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Western State Conference

Big Sky Conference

The Western State Conference (WSC) is a college athletic conference that is affiliated with the California Community College Athletic Association. The conference was established in 1950, making it the oldest community college conference in California. Its members are based in the Greater Los Angeles Area.

Contents

  • Members 1
  • Venues 2
  • Sports offered 3
  • External links 4

Members

The league currently has 16 full members:
Institution Nickname Location Founded Enrollment
Allan Hancock College Allan Hancock Bulldogs Santa Maria, California 1920 18,500
Antelope Valley College Antelope Valley Marauders Lancaster, California 1929 14,024
Bakersfield College Bakersfield Renegades Bakersfield, California 1913 15,000
College of the Canyons Canyons Cougars Santa Clarita, California 1969 17,089
Citrus College Citrus Owls Glendora, California 1915 11,000
Cuesta College Cuesta Cougars San Luis Obispo, California 1963 11,150
Glendale Community College Glendale Vaqueros Glendale, California 1927 19,029
Los Angeles Mission College Mission Eagles Sylmar, Los Angeles 1975 unknown
Los Angeles Pierce College Pierce Brahmas Woodland Hills, California 1947 18,000
Los Angeles Valley College Valley Monarchs Valley Glen, California 1949 17,000
Moorpark College Moorpark Raiders Moorpark, California 1963 15,400
Oxnard College Oxnard Condors Oxnard, California 1975 7,233
Santa Barbara City College Santa Barbara Vaqueros Santa Barbara, California 1909 17,000
Santa Monica College Santa Monica Corsairs Santa Monica, California 1929 32,000
Ventura College Ventura Pirates Ventura, California 1925 13,000
West Los Angeles College West L.A. Wildcats Culver City, California 1969 8,000

Venues

School Football stadium Stadium capacity Basketball arena Arena capacity
Allan Hancock College TBA TBA Joe White Memorial Gymnasium TBA
Bakersfield College Memorial Stadium 20,000 TBA TBA
College of the Canyons Cougar Stadium 7,500 TBA TBA
Citrus College Citrus Stadium 10,000 The Owl's Nest 2,000
Cuesta College Non-Football School N/A TBA TBA
Glendale College Sartoris Field TBA Verdugo Gym TBA
Los Angeles Pierce College John Shepard Stadium 5,500 TBA TBA
Los Angeles Valley College Monarch Stadium 10,000 TBA TBA
Moorpark College Griffin Stadium 6,000 Raider Pavilion TBA
Oxnard College Non-Football School N/A Condor Center TBA
Santa Barbara City College La Playa Stadium 10,000 Sports Pavilion TBA
Santa Monica College Corsair Field 4,850 Corsair Pavilion 1,600
Ventura College Ventura Sports Complex 3,000 Event Center 1,800
West Los Angeles College TBA TBA TBA TBA

Sports offered

  • Baseball (men's)
  • Basketball (men's and women's)
  • Cross Country (men's and women's)
  • Golf (men's and women's)
  • Soccer (men's and women's)
  • Softball (women's)
  • Swimming & Diving (men's and women's)
  • Tennis (men's and women's)
  • Track & Field (men's and women's)
  • Volleyball (men's and women's)
  • Water Polo (men's and women's)

External links

  • coasports.org
  • Official website
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