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All five San Mateo County women’s and men’s community college basketball teams have earned postseason berths in the California Community College Athletic Association state regional tournaments — with first-round games set for Wednesday night.

College of San Mateo is featured in the season 10 of The College Tour, a groundbreaking series from Emmy-nominated producers Alex Boylan, Lisa Hennessy, and Burton Roberts, which is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

The College of San Mateo softball team won their 15th straight Thursday with an 8-0 mercy-rule win at home over Chabot. It marks the Lady Bulldogs’ third straight one-hit shutout, and their eighth overall shutout of the season.

The College of San Mateo softball team (11-1) has won 10 straight and is flexing quite a bit of depth on the mound. Three Lady Bulldogs combined on a five-inning no-hitter last Friday in an 11-0 mercy-rule win at home over Folsom Lake (3-5).

The beginning of February featured milestones of 700, 600, and 500 for College of San Mateo athletics. Softball coach Nicole Quigley-Borg started the month reaching 600 wins with a doubleheader sweep of visiting Sacramento City College. Following another pair of victories over College of the Siskiyous on Saturday, she now has a record of 602-145 in 18 seasons at the CSM helm.

Nohemi Livingston has turned in two stellar starts to begin her softball career on the Hilltop. On the heels of a one-hit shutout in her collegiate debut last week, the Capuchino graduate fired a regulation no-hitter Saturday in College of San Mateo’s 5-0 home win over College of Siskiyous.

Riley Goulding and JoJo Cardinale will forever be linked in College of San Mateo Bulldogs baseball history. Goulding earned his first win as CSM’s new head baseball coach Friday, in the California Community College Athletic Association season opener, a 5-1 win at home against Cabrillo College.

Down by 18 points in the second half, and without its season leading scorer, the College of San Mateo men’s basketball team staged a tremendous comeback to knock off No. 22-ranked Ohlone College, 71-66, Wednesday night at College Heights gymnasium. Both teams are now 2-2 in Coast North play.

Last week’s state coaches poll does not have Skyline in the top 25 rankings, while CCSF is No. 12, Chabot (1-2, 13-6) No. 17, and San Mateo No. 21. CSM, at 14-5, currently has the best overall record in the conference.

San Mateo County basketball teams bring pacesetting non-league records into the official start of Coast North Conference play this week.