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The College of San Mateo Bulldogs will play for the California Community College Athletic Association state championship Saturday at Wheelock Stadium on the campus of Riverside Community College with a 1:05 p.m. kickoff.

The College of San Mateo Bulldogs retained the CCCAA Northern California football championship by the skin of their pointy teeth. After taking a 17-point lead into the fourth quarter, the Bulldogs (11-1) held off a late surge by American River College to claim a 30-27 victory Saturday at College Heights Stadium.

College of San Mateo’s Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) program recently embarked on an enriching journey to the SACNAS (Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science) Conference held in Portland, Oregon. This prestigious event celebrated as the National Diversity in STEM Conference, provided a platform for CSM MESA students to engage with luminaries in their fields, participate in STEM-focused workshops, explore career prospects, and gather insights into pursuing graduate education.

A redshirt freshman out of Consumnes Oaks-Elk Grove, Grigsby has etched himself among the top community college quarterbacks in the state. Currently ranked fourth in the California Community College Athletic Association with 272.5 passing yards per game, third in touchdown throws with 30 and third in QB efficiency at 180.1, the unassuming 5-11, 188-pounder has been unstoppable in recent must-win situations.

It is only appropriate that the College of San Mateo football staff grades out both the players and plays when they go through film session after a game. After all, coaches, especially at the college of level, are teachers. Coaching is teaching, so head coach Tim Tulloch and the Bulldogs are in a constant state of evaluation and coaching.

The College of San Mateo football team opened defense of its 2022 state and national championship by taking on a familiar foe at College Heights Stadium Saturday, hosting fourth-seeded Modesto in the semifinals of the CCCAA Northern California regional tournament. The top-seeded Bulldogs were hosting the Pirates in the playoffs for the second year in a row. Last year, the Bulldogs cruised to a 30-0 win.

College of San Mateo is proud to announce that it will receive the 2023 Equity Champions of Higher Education award from The Campaign for College Opportunity, an honor granted to only a handful of California Community Colleges.

CSM claimed a 44-17 victory over City College of San Francisco in a must-win regular-season finale Saturday at Bulldog Stadium. With the win, CSM claimed the Bay 6 Conference championship for the second straight year.

No. 1 City College of San Francisco (9-0) takes its 10-game winning streak to No. 5 College of San Mateo (9-1), the reigning state champion, for the Bay 6 Conference title.

The stage is set for the biggest community college football showdown of the year.

Following another 60-point Bay 6 League victory, 62-7 over visiting San Joaquin Delta College, reigning state champion College of San Mateo (8-1 overall) will pit matching 4-0 league records with City College of San Francisco (9-0) in a Saturday, Nov. 11 title showdown at College Heights Stadium at 1 p.m.