Come join the Folsom Lake College women's soccer team and coaches on Monday, January 15th (Martin Luther King Jr. Day) for our "College Prep Camp!" This camp is open to all high school girls, grades 9-12.
The FLC women’s volleyball team knew they would have to be at their best against undefeated & #1 ranked Irvine Valley College in the CCCAA state championship quarter-finals at Solano College on Saturday afternoon, but the Lasers proved their ranking was worthy as they downed the feisty Falcon squad in straight sets, 25-14, 25-16, and 25-15.
The Folsom Lake College women’s soccer team saw their remarkable season come to a heartbreaking end on Friday night at American River College when they lost to Santa Barbara City College, 2-1, in the CCCAA state championship semi-finals.
The Falcons’ second-round game in the Comet Classic Tournament was played against College of the Canyons on Friday afternoon at Contra Costa College, and neither team seemed interested in playing much defense as the Cougars pulled away for a 111-89 victory.
A raucous contingent of Falcon parents and particularly FLC student athletes (the Flock?) turned out in Rocklin to witness a Folsom Lake 4-set victory over the higher-seeded Wolverines, 22-25, 25-17, 25-13, 25-20, on Saturday night in Round 2 of the CCCAA state playoffs.
The Folsom Lake Falcons and Santa Rosa Bear Cubs met for the sixth time in two years on Saturday afternoon - with a berth in the State Final Four at stake – at Falcon Stadium. But this time, there would be no overtime or tie, as the Falcons pulled away in the second half for a hard-fought 2-0 victory.
The Folsom Lake College women’s soccer team continued their march through the postseason on Tuesday afternoon with a convincing 2-0 victory over district rival American River at sun-splashed Falcon Stadium.
Playing in their first CCCAA state playoff game in program history on Saturday afternoon, the Falcons’ season came to an unexpected early end as they lost an excruciatingly close match to Big 8 Conference rival Santa Rosa, 1-0, at Falcon Stadium.
The inaugural game for the Folsom Lake College men’s basketball team did not go as hoped for on Tuesday night, as the Mendocino Eagles shot the lights out at Falcon Gym on their way to a convincing 99-77 win.
The Folsom Lake College women’s basketball team made history on Tuesday night, riding the wave of home-court enthusiasm as they pulled away from Mendocino to win their first game ever played at Falcon Gym, 83-55.
The Folsom Lake women’s volleyball team’s faint hopes of a Big 8 co-championship disappeared in the Delta College Gym on Friday night as the Falcons lost to the Mustangs in straight sets, 17-25, 18-25, and 20-25.
There was bound to be a letdown after already having clinched the Big 8 title, but the Folsom Lake men’s soccer team still managed a 1-1 tie with Big 8 runner-up Cosumnes River on Friday afternoon in south Sacramento.
With their victory in Santa Rosa on Wednesday night, the FLC women’s volleyball team avoided their recent trend of stumbling through the opening set (or two), this time winning in straight sets, 25-16, 25-21, and 31-29.