College Sports

Regional digest: Trosin, defense spark ARC in football

Tanner Trosin passed for 250 yards and three touchdowns, and the defense scored three touchdowns as American River College beat De Anza 49-28 Saturday in Cupertino.

Trosin hit Tyler Young and Mark Ellis for scoring strikes of 54 and 60 yards for the Beavers (2-0), ranked No. 4 in Northern California.

Brothers Robert and Damion Sanders returned interceptions 35 and 38 yards, respectively, for touchdowns in the second half for ARC, which plays San Joaquin Delta in Stockton next week.

Joe Davidson

UCD runner places 10th

Clara MacLeod finished 10th in the women’s 6K to pace three Aggies in the top 20, and Austin Goins was 15th in the men’s 8K, headlining UC Davis’ performances at the WCC Preview cross-country meet in Sunnyvale, UCD reported.

The UC Davis women finished sixth with 142 points. Loyola Marymount placed first as Danielle Shanahan won the individual title in 20 minutes, 50.9 seconds.

MacLeod finished in 21:35.0, topping her previous collegiate best of 22:17.5 at last year’s Santa Clara Invitational. Nicole Lane placed 14th in 21:47.2, and Rianna Goins was 19th in 21:56.8.

The UCD men finished fourth out of eight teams with 109 points, placing behind Cal Poly (29), Santa Clara (46) and Loyola Marymount (82). Cal Poly’s Clayton Hutchins took individual honors in 24:19.3.

Austin Goins ran 25:00.1, improving his previous best of 26:16 at last year’s Doc Adams Open in Davis.


• Erika Conners served up five aces, and Kaylin Squyres totaled 10 kills and 13 digs to lead the UC Davis volleyball team (3-6) to a 25-23, 25-23, 25-14 victory over Seattle in the final match of the Washington/Seattle Tournament in Seattle, according to UCD.

Earlier, Allie Wegener posted 10 kills, 11 digs and four aces, and Megan Lancaster dug 21 shots but the Aggies fell to UNLV 31-29, 25-13, 25-20. UCD’s Katie Quinn chipped in seven kills and four blocks.

• Teddy Nicholson of the No. 10 UC Davis men’s water polo team (1-4) scored three goals, but the Aggies could not overcome an early deficit in a 17-7 loss to No. 3 Cal (5-0) in Berkeley, according to UCD.

Bee Sports staff