Ventura College Athletics

2020 Ventura College Men's & Women's Track & Field Team News

  • Pirate Athletics Lists 83 4-Year Transfers for 2019-20
    August 31, 2020
    The Ventura College Athletic Department is pleased to report that they list 83 student athletes from 2019-20 who are slated to transfer to four-year institutions in the fall, as of August 31. Of those transfers, 60 plan on continuing their athletic careers at their new school, most of them with an athletic scholarship. The transferring student athletes will attend 58 different schools in 26 states around the country. 
  • 2020 VC Men's and Women's Track & Field Review
    April 30, 2020
    2020 was already a transition yer for the Ventura College track and field teams. With former VC All-American and new head coach Tomak Czerwinski at the helm, the Pirates began anew in January and racked up some solid performances before the season was stopped in mid-March due to the coronavirus. 
  • CCCAA Cancels Spring Seasons, Restores Eligibility
    March 20, 2020
    The California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Board of Directors voted unanimously on Thursday that the remainder of the 2020 spring sports season will be canceled, the spring season of competition for approximately 9,500 student-athletes will be restored and face-to-face recruiting and recruiting-related travel is being prohibited immediately but will be re-evaluated next month. Ventura College is a participant in the CCCAA, and the college has moved to all online instruction for the remainder of the spring semester.
  • VC Athletics Postpones Spring Sports Indefinitely
    March 13, 2020
    In accordance with a directive from the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA), Ventura College has indefinitely postponed all spring sports, including nontradtional seasons, due to concerns over the COVID-19 outbreak. The move was voted upon by the CCCAA Board of Directors on Thursday afternoon.
  • VC Has Two State Scholar Teams, Garcia Named to Honor Roll
    March 05, 2020
    The California Community College Athletic Association has named its team and individual scholar awards for the 2018-19, and Ventura College is once again well represented. The Pirates' men's tennis and women's track and field teams were both named State Scholar Teams for the academic year, and VC's Tatiana Garcia has been named to the State Scholar Athlete Honor Roll. The scholar team honors are Ventura's 38th and 39th awards since the program's inception in 1997-98.
  • Pirates Post Big Marks at the Santa Monica Classic
    February 29, 2020
    The VC men's and women's track and field teams hit the road on Saturday at the Santa Monica Classic for sprinters and jumpers. Aubrianna Smith was a double winner in the 100 m and 200m for the women and Gillian Serate won the long jump. Jake Reinwald, meanwhile, was a double winner for the men, taking the long jump and 100m.
  • Individuals Shine at the WSC North Track Meet
    February 21, 2020
    The Pirates' men's and women's track and field teams traveled to Bakersfield Friday for the Western State conference North meet hosted by the Renegades. VC brought home eight individual victories on the day. Julian Gibson, Jake Reinwald and Jaedon Rogers all captured gold for the Ventrua men while Alisann Tolosa, Brieanna Tafoya, Olivia Burton and Aubrianna Smith led the way for the VC women.
  • Pirates Compete at Western State Conference Relays
    February 14, 2020
    The Pirate Men's and Women's track and field teams traveled to West Los Angeles on Friday to face conference foes in the Western State Conference Relays. The Pirate women had a successful day winning multiple relays on the track while the VC men also brought home some hardware in the non-scoring meet.
  • Men's and Women's Track & Field Opens 2020 Season
    February 07, 2020
    The Ventura College men's and women's track and field teams opened their 2020 seasons Friday at Bakersfield College in the annual Battle of the Regions. The Pirates had a solid opening day of competition, collecting 18 SoCal Championships minimum standard qualifying marks.