SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE PANTHERS
Mailing Address 3835 Freeport Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95822 Athletic Department Phone 916-558-2425 Founded/Enrollment 1916/21,562 Nickname/Colors Panthers/Maroon & Gold Conference Affiliation Big 8 Conference Conference Opponents American River College, Consumnes River College, Diablo Valley College, Modesto Junior College, San Joaquin Delta College, Santa Rosa Junior College, Sierra College Web Address www.sccpanthers.com President (Interim) Whitney Yamamura Dean of Kinesiology, Health & Athletics Mitchel Campbell Athletic Coordinator Paul Carmazzi Division Secretary Laura Love Academic Advisor Victoria Cornelius Equipment Managers David Whittington/David Jackson Sports Information Directors Steve Gill/Rueben Davis Sports Information Office 916-558-2489 Public Address Announcer Steve Gill Head Coach Derek Sullivan Assistant Coaches Deskaheh Bomberry, Pete Pryor, Drew Henning, Matt Sturges, Bo Henning, Lynn Black, Jon Ray, Al Leyva, Eric Sanchez Athletic Trainer Michael Kauffman Baseball Office Phone 916- 558-2684 2016 Overall Record 27-11 2016 Conference Record 15-6 California State Championships 1951/1953/1988/1998/1999
Los Rios Community College Non-Discrimination Policy
It is the policy of the Los Rios Community College District to take action to guarantee that no qualified student or prospective student or any person in her/her educational relationship with the Districty shall be discriminated against or excluded from any benefits, activities, or programs on the grounds of ethnic group identification, religion, sex, age, color, sexual orientation, or physical or mental disability, nor shall any students be discriminated against for conversing in a language other than English. However, students shall be required to speak English when an instructional setting necessitates the use of English for educational or communication purposes.
Foundation and Organization
Founded in 1916 as a department of Sacramento High School, Sacramento City College is the seventh oldest public community college in California and the oldest institution of higher learning in Sacramento. Sacramento City College has a proud history as a pioneer in the region for diversity, quality education, and community partnership. Rare for its time, SCC was founded by a woman (Belle Cooledge) and with an all female class as its first graduates, the college began with the spirit of inclusion at its very heart. First known as Sacramento Junior College, Cooledge founded the college to provide a safe, welcoming place for students to learn the basics for a college education, and to be a gathering spot for extra-curricular activities that would bring the community together. With this founding principle, Sacramento Junior College opened in 1916 on the top floor of Sacramento High School with 46 students and 16 part-time instructors. The college eventually gained its own campus at the corner of Sutterville and Freeport where it opened its doors to students in 1926. The campus consisted of just two buildings at the time. Thirty-eight years later, Sacramento City College separated from the Sacramento City Unified School District to join the newly organized Los Rios Junior College District Now known as the Los Rios Community College District, Sacramento City is one of four sister colleges in the greater Sacramento area. SCC has grown by leaps and bounds in many ways. Now, nearly 100 years later, SCC has certainly evolved with the times, but at its heart the college vision remains the same: to create a learning community that celebrates diversity, nurtures personal growth, and inspires academic and economic leadership.
2017 Sacramento City College Panthers Baseball Media Guide