Mid Season Roundup — FCC Teams Excelling

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Photo by: Daisy Rodriguez

Jenna Goldsberry (4), Sydney Molander (2), and Carly Kosinski (11) celebrate on the court.

Volleyball

The Fresno City College Rams volleyball team is 13-4 record, with a 7-0 in the Central Valley Conference. The team is on its way to clinching its eighth conference title in a row. The Rams have won 56 conference games in a row. The team is also ranked No.9 in the state.

Men’s Soccer

The Fresno City College Rams men’s soccer team is sitting at 9-4-4. They’ve won 5 straight games. They are being led offensively by Freshman forward Jose Ramirez who leads the Rams with 7 goals. He also leads the Rams in points with 15. Sophomore midfielder Sergio Segura has 6 goals and 13 points this season.

Wrestling

Fresno City College is at the top team in California Community College wrestling with wins at the Modesto Junior College Invitational, Santa Ana Tournament and Sacramento City College.
FCC has been led by Julian Gaytan, Martine Sandoval, Mo Nasser and Jonas Gaytan. At the Santa Ana Tournament, the team overcame Mt. San Antonio College, the team the Rams defeated last fall for the state title.
The Rams defeated Santa Rosa 47-0 on Oct. 7 for the first Big 8 Conference win.

Women’s Soccer

With a record of 11-0-3 and a No.1 ranking in the country, the Fresno City College Women’s soccer team is currently undefeated.
Along with an undefeated record, the team has won 6 consecutive games since their tie against LA Pierce on Sept. 22.
Sophomore Forward Yesseniah Delgadillo has scored 5 goals, leading the team in the number of goals this season.
The team has allowed only 6 goals and shutout 8 opponents.

Football

The Fresno City College Rams football team is at 4-2 this season. The team sustained two close losses against City College of San Francisco and Butte {39-34 and 24-21, respectively).
The Rams have one of the best passing offenses in the state. They are ninth in touchdown passes, 21st in passing yards, 15th in passing yards per game and 14th in yards per attempt. Quarterback Christian Rossi has looked fantastic this year with 1,677 yards,18 touchdowns to only 4 interceptions. He has completed 65.7 percent of his passes. Freshman Kailon Carter has been Rossi’s go-to-guy this season with 689 yards and 8 touchdowns.