Renegade Athletics - Top 12 Moments of 2019

Renegade Athletics - Top 12 Moments of 2019

Bakersfield, CA - Over the course of the past calendar year Renegade Athletics has witnessed another record round of accomplishments for the department. As we close out 2019 here's a look back at the 'Top 12' moments:


12. Installation of the new field turf/track in Memorial Stadium over the summer. 


11. The Dean & Adah Gay Sports Complex being named the 2019 National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Field of the Year for the California Junior College Level.


10. Daizhiana Ebert breaking the 22 year old Women's Long Jump record in May. Her jump of 19' 6 1/4" broke the previous record of 19' 5 1/4" made in 1997 by Aisha Harrison.


9. Wrestling winning the SCWA Conference title for the third time in the last four years. They would go on to place 3rd in the state to end the season. 


8. Baseball claiming their second straight outright Western State Conference (WSC) Championship, going 15-5 in conference.



7. Softball winning their second straight outright Western State Conference (WSC) title this last spring, going 16-0 in conference play.



6. Kayleen Sanchez from Women's Tennis winning the Western State Conference (WSC) Women's Tennis Singles Championship and then with partner Paige Darstein they won the WSC Women's Tennis Doubles Championship.



5. Jacob Whitby from Renegade Track and Field winning a second straight Western State Conference (WSC) title in discus. He was later named the 2019 WSC Co-Field Athlete of the Year.


4. Renegade Volleyball winning their FOURTH consecutive Western State Conference (WSC) Championship this fall.



3. Renegade Swimming's Daran Towns being named the 2019 Western State Conference (WSC) Co-Female Swimmer of the Year and setting THREE new school records this season in the 100m Free, 200m Free and the 500m Free!


2. Renegade Wrestling's Jonathan Hunter being named the 174 lb. State Champion and receiving All-American honors at the CCCAA State Wresting Championships this fall; leading the team to an overall 3rd place state finish.


1. Renegade Men's Soccer winning the Western State Conference Championship for the first time in program history this last fall!




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