Alexis Larsen completed her freshman season of golf for Napa Valley College with a top-20 finish at the California Community College Athletic Association Women’s Golf Championships on Monday.
Napa Valley College lost seven straight non-conference matches to start the 2021 men’s soccer season. The Storm was 0-7 at the time, with three of those defeats by shutout, as it headed into the Bay Valley Conference season. Where Napa Valley is now is at the very top of the Bay Valley standings and on its way to the California Community College Athletic Association-Northern California Regional playoffs.
It was a busy week with a lot of travel for the Napa Valley College women’s golf team.
A week or so ago, Napa Valley College men’s soccer coach Rogelio Ochoa was talking about the importance of upcoming Bay Valley Conference matches on the schedule against Yuba College-Marysville and College of Marin-Kentfield.
Napa Valley College, along with Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) across the country are being recognized this week by President Biden, during National Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week, before the start of LatinX Heritage Month being celebrated September 15-October 15.
- Honoring Native American History Month
- Response to war / Israel-Gaza conflict
- Celebrating Filipinx American History Month
- NVC Student Named 2023 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar
- Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month
- New Tech High School Develops Early College Program
- Flag in the Map Exhibit At Napa Valley College