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  • Two Gauchos tabbed All-OEC
    February 17, 2018
    The women’s basketball team had two players named to the all-Orange Empire Conference Team on Saturday morning at the post-season coaches meeting at Fullerton College. Raven Herrington and Kayla De Leon were both named to the team by the coaches.
  • Gauchos topple Pirates behind Herrington
    February 07, 2018
    The Saddleback women’s basketball team defeated Orange Coast College, 76-72, on Wednesday night inside the Saddleback Gymnasium. The Gauchos came back from a double-digit deficit behind Raven Herrington.
  • Gauchos find gold at Copper Mountain
    January 31, 2018
    The Saddleback women’s basketball team got back into the win column with an 86-30 victory over Copper Mountain College on Wednesday in Joshua Tree. The Gauchos received 16 points each from Kayla De Leon and Nadia Taghavi-Dinani in breaking a six game losing streak.
  • De Leon sets new mark in narrow loss
    January 18, 2018
    The Saddleback women’s basketball team lost a heartbreaker on Wednesday night when they fell in overtime to Riverside City College, 97-93. All wasn’t lost, however, as freshman Kayla De Leon set the new program record for three-pointers in a game.
  • Saddleback blows out Copper Mountain in first meeting
    January 05, 2018
    The Saddleback women’s basketball team evened its conference record with an 80-34 win over Copper Mountain College. It was the first-ever meeting between the two programs.
  • De Leon sets school record in win over Mesa
    November 17, 2017
    The Saddleback women’s basketball team defeated San Diego Mesa College, 78-56, on Friday in the consolation bracket of the Gaucho Classic. The Gauchos will play Irvine Valley in the consolation finals on Saturday.
  • Gauchos dominate opener over Rio Hondo
    November 03, 2017
    The Saddleback women’s basketball team opened the season with a 88-50 win over Rio Hondo College on Friday at the Mt. San Antonio College Linda G. Smith Memorial Tip-Off Classic. The Gauchos led by 21 at the half and never looked back.