Mendocino College sophomore student-athlete, Jamar King, is attracting even more attention from major FBS programs. Early last week, National Championship winner Alabama Crimson Tide’s head coach, Nick Saban, flew to Ukiah and met with King at the Mendocino College Campus.
- January 25, 2016
- January 23, 2016
Mendocino College sophomore student-athlete Jamar King is attracting the attention of several four-year college football programs, including major FBS program at The Ohio State University.
- May 5, 2015
Mendocino College Softball had 5 players receive All Conference awards for their efforts during the 2015 Season. 1st team honors were awarded to Kyndall Smallcomb (.369), Amber McQueen (.329). Sophomore Haley Higgins was awarded 2nd team All Conference and finished the season with a 902 fielding percentage.
Two freshmen (Emily Brooks and Kimberly Mitchell) also received honorable mention All Conference awards. Emily Brooks was a impact player in the outfield for the Eagles and Kimberly Mitchell was one of the conference best hitters with a .353 batting average.
- May 5, 2015
The Mendocino College Eagles finished the 2015 season with an overall 11-19 record. The Eagles started the season slowly with losses to traditional powers Santa Rosa and 2014 playoff team Butte College. However, they then began to soar as they entered the Bay Valley Conference with wins over Yuba College, Contra Costa College, Los Medanos and Napa College (playing to the wire on multiple occasions). Mendocino was lead by a group of talented sophmores: Haley Higgins, Raquel Contreras, Kyndal Smallcomb of Ukiah, Amber Mcqueen of Upper Lake and pitcher Amanda Kamita from Stockton California