OHLONE – WHERE CULTURE AND UNITY
The story of the modern day people of Ohlone alongside their beautiful Community College cannot be completed without giving into account the historical achievement and the recorded history of the Ohlone “Renegade” football team and how they have transformed into what they are today. It is engraved in the heart of every Grown up Ohlone citizen, the struggles and how the Ohlone School was established in the year 1966. The Ohlone Community College of Fremont had quite a number of learning and recreational facilities, some of which were created right from the birth of the School, such as performing art center, the student center, technology center among others.
OHLONE SCHOOL ATHELETICS
Athletics is an intellectual idea that develops fundamental student learning effectiveness that link straight to achieving success in everyday life. The Athletic training program intends to encourage student success in attaining most of these learning outcomes and consequently supervising and perhaps attaining a plethora of academic fulfillment goals which include GPA, course as well as course realization, and transfer.
The reason for the student learning efficiency related to athletics consist of the following:
• Observe the importance of sport and develop a regular regimen of physical activity and exercise.
• Build up sport specific skill sets in preparation for transfer or entry into professional or Olympic sports.
• Demonstrate a high level thinking skills as they apply to game strategies and situations.
• Develop and illustrate the strong connection between preparation for and execution of reliable and good work, sacrifice to personal and team targets, acceptance of team diversity, and effective leadership skills.
Ohlone College is a member of the Coast Conference. The conference includes all colleges that are found throughout the Greater Bay Area, additionally other regions such as Gilroy, Santa Cruz, Monterey and San Jose. Various sport activities are been performed all year round around the school campus, ranging from winter to fall and spring, with the exception of the scorching summer. The categories of sports activities that are offered at Ohlone College consist of the following:
– Winter: Basket Ball (Men and Women)
– Spring: Basket Ball (Men), Softball (Women) and Swim/Dive (Men and Women).
– Fall: Soccer (men and women), Volleyball (Women) and Water Polo (Men and Women)
The College has two sized soccer pitches, where all the college home games are been played. These fields are:
• Central park soccer field which is located at 1110 Stevenson Boulevard, Fremont.
• TAK Stadium (Named after Native Tak Fudenna). The stadium can be located at 38442 Fremont Boulevard in Fremont.
HISTORY IN WORDS
The soccer activity for both men and women is the most participatory sport within the campus with many glorious days from the times of Lev Krishner and Gary Plummer to Brannon Romac and Greivin Pacheco. Last year soccer season has in stored a lot of promise on the horizon for men and women teams, many talented shows was anticipated to make for a successful season for both. But the women’s soccer team season came to disappointing end with an early exit from the playoffs after been knocked out by the stoic Santa Rosa. It is anticipated that the Lady renegade’s will bounce back after the premature exit this year and come back even stronger
For any student who is willing to take part in the soccer section as well as other sport activities and the intercollegiate sport, he/she can check the pre-requisite and Eligibility requirement on CCCAA’s (California Community College Athletic Association) website portal at www.cccaasports.org or visit block 9 to contact the Kinesiology and Athletics Division Office for further information.