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Matt Borchert and the Solano College women's basketball team will face a familiar foe in the opening round of the Falcons' annual tournament, which begins today. Of course, when Borchert was drawing up the bracket for this year's event, he didn't
Solano fell to 2-2 overall and will have a consolation quarterfinal game at 4 p.m. today against Thursday's loser of the game between Porterville and Riverside. Denish Lundy led Solano against Ventura with 14 points, Taylor Hamilton scored 13 and
The Falcons could have two more comparable versions alongside Hamilton this year. It's no wonder head coach Matt Borchert is excited about this year's Solano squad, which could be one of the best in recent memory. "I'm very excited about this group...
The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 50 minutes ago Updated 1 minute ago Bisexual college women in the U.S. are significantly more likely to deal with depression and consider suicide than their heterosexual peers, and they suffer from those problems
Solano led 42-28 at halftime and extended the lead in the second half. The Falcons were able to play strong defense and score points off turnovers. Taylor Hamilton led Solano wih 18 points, Ariel Clay scored 16 and Nikki Andaya had 13. Solano will
Candis Hatfield and Bryce Branagan-Franco made the first team for the Falcons, who finished 9-4-1 in BVC games and 11-7-3 overall. Tia Rowley and Crystal Thompson-Andreas were named to the second team.
Solano had reached the playoffs the first 11 years of the program's existence. This year the Falcons will finish 10-8-3 overall and third in the Bay Valley Conference with a record of 9-4-1. Center midfielders Crystal Thompson-Andreas and Tia Rowley
Megan Welsh scored the third after a pass from Harmonie Carranza to make it 3-0 at the half...Danelle Hendershot had the shutout in goal for the Falcons (10-6-3, 9-2-1), who take on Mendocino on Tuesday and Folsom Lake on Friday in the final week of
The Falcons improved to 9-6-3 overall, 8-2-1 in Bay Valley Conference play.
Dooley scored two goals and had two assists for the Falcons (6-6-3, 5-2-1 Bay Valley Conference). Megan Welsh also had two goals, and Geneva Bouchet, Kelsey Hamister both scored. Bouchet spent the last 20 minutes as the goalkeeper, the first time