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Athletics News

The College of San Mateo women’s water polo team took third place in the Coast Conference South Division finals, topping Laney College 14-9 in the third-place game last Friday.

With College of San Mateo head coach Larry Owens set to retire at the end of the season, Saturday marked the final regular-season home game of his career. There’s a good chance it won’t be his final game at College Heights Stadium though as the Bulldogs clinched the Bay 6 Conference championship Saturday with a 66-21 win over Santa Rosa Junior College.

Larry Owens will coach his last regular season home football game at College of San Mateo on Saturday, Nov. 4 at 1pm, against Santa Rosa JC. All former CSM football players are invited to return to College Heights Stadium for the special day, which will also feature a post-game private gathering at the College Center for gridiron alumni following the game. 

Trailing by 9 to City College of San Francisco midway through the third quarter, CSM looked to be floundering yet again at George Rush Stadium, a venue where the Bulldogs hadn’t won since 1988. Then quarterback Miles Kendrick and wide receiver Rajae Johnson paired for two sudden touchdown strikes to turn the tide, leading a 42-31 comeback win, CSM’s first in San Francisco in nearly 30 years, and the first — and last — in the career of Bulldogs head coach Larry Owens.

The No. 4-ranked College of San Mateo Bulldogs, entering Saturday’s Bay 6 Conference opener as clear favorites over the De Anza Dons, took a lesson from the Division I ranks.

Three weeks after College of San Mateo football escaped with a 1-point win when Sierra College botched a snap on would-be game-ending field goal, the Bulldogs got bit by a similar mishap.

CSM catapulted into the No. 2 spot in the state rankings after thoroughly dominant 51-12 victory over Butte, which at least for now surrendered its claim as the top team in Northern California.

Making the first start of his collegiate career, the freshman quarterback racked up 347 total yards to lead the No. 6-ranked College of San Mateo Bulldogs to a 51-12 rout of No.2 Butte College Saturday at College Heights Stadium. The win is CSM’s fourth straight to start the season.

The No. 7-ranked Bulldogs (3-0 overall) shut down Fresno City College’s final three possessions to hold on for a 21-19 victory Saturday at Ratcliffe Stadium. With the win, CSM is off to a 3-0 start for the second time in three years.

College of San Mateo caught two big breaks in the fourth quarter Saturday to escape from Sierra College with a 37-36 win in Week 2 of the community college football season.