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2016
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The College of the Canyons men's soccer team had six players earn All-Western State Conference, South Division accolades after a season in which the Cougars placed fourth with an 8-12-2 overall record and 4-5-1 mark in conference play. Headlining the group of honorees were All-WSC First Team selections Adrian Arguello and Anthony Salvadori. Earning All-WSC Second Team honors were sophomore goalkeeper Cristian Arriaga and sophomore defender Kevin Rivas. Honorable mention selections for the Cougars included freshman midfielder Aaron Winsick and forward/midfielder Jean-Daniel Lukabika Alves.


2015
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The 2015 College of the Canyons men’s soccer team completed the season with a 7-5-7 overall record and a 7-3-6 mark in conference play to finish fourth in the WSC, South. Six Cougars earned All-WSC honors at season’s end. Sophomore forward Oscar Sanchez led the team in scoring with eight goals, four assists, 20 points and was named First-Team All-WSC along with sophomore defender Omar Navarro. Goalkeeper Christian Arriaga was credited with eight shutouts in his freshman season and earned Second-Team All-WSC honors for his efforts along with freshman defender Anthony Salvadori. Sophomore Tristin Rochow and freshman Luis Arriaga both earned All-WSC Honorable Mention honors. The Cougars finished the season undefeated at home going 4-0-4.

2014
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COC finished in third place in the WSC, with a 10-3-6 overall record and an 8-3-6 mark against conference opponents. The team hit its stride from Sept. 12 through Oct. 14 during which the Cougars enjoyed a nine-game unbeaten streak. Despite this, Canyons finished just short of a trip to the postseason. Seven members of the 2014 men's soccer team were named to the WSC All-Conference team, including sophomore Juan Camacho, freshman Oscar Sanchez and defender Chris Tumasone who each earned First Team All-Conference honors.

2013
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The COC men’s soccer team finished in fifth place in the Western State Conference with a 6-10-4 overall record and 6-8-2 conference record. Canyons had five Cougars named all-conference, including sophomore Jamie Bent, who was named first-team All-WSC. 

2012
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The men’s soccer team had a rough year finishing in seventh place in the conference with a 4-10-6 overall record and 3-8-5 conference record. Freshman Brandon Davy was named First-Team All-WSC and four other Cougars were donned all-conference.  

2011
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The College of the Canyons men’s soccer team finished the 2011 season with a 7-5-8 overall record and a 5-5-4-conference record. Unfortunately, the team missed out on the postseason tournament. COC’s biggest victory came in a 5-0 route of Moorpark College in September.

2010
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The men’s soccer team finished out the regular season with a seven-game win streak that moved the Cougars into third place in the Western State Conference. Canyons struggled in the first half of the conference season with a 2-3-2 record, but the second half was a different story. COC beat every team in the conference during its second go-around with each team and played its way to a sixth seed in the playoffs. In first-round action, COC blanked Palomar 3-0 at home and earned a match with Cerritos College. College of the Canyons, freshman midfielder Victor Rodriguez scored two second-half goals to help the No. 6 Cougars defeat the No. 3 Cerritos Falcons 2-1 in the second round of the regional playoffs. Next up for COC, the Cougars took on Santa Ana, a team that they had already lost to during the 2010 season and had beat them in the third round of the 2009 playoffs. COC scored three goals in the final seven minutes of regulation to defeat No. 2 Santa Ana 3-1 to advance to the state championship tournament hosted by College of the Canyons. Headed into the state playoffs for the first time in program history, the Cougars were slated against the No. 1 team from Northern California, Fresno City College. Canyons scored three goals in a 26-minute span to knock off top-seeded Fresno City 3-0 in the semifinals for a chance to take on the defending state champions Mt. SAC. In the state championship game, COC lost to the Mounties 4-0 in a game that saw the Cougars lose players to red cards during the game.

2009
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The men’s soccer team took a turn for the better this season, after finishing 2008 with only four wins. There are no reminders of last season’s squad as the Cougars are came in second place in the conference and earned their first playoff bid since 2004. Much of the success came in the form of Golden Valley alum Andres Bueno who was named the conference player of the year. The Cougars made it all the way to the third round of the playoffs, after defeating No. 9 Santa Barbara, No. 1 Rio Hondo, but were finally defeated by No. 4 Santa Ana. They finished the season 14-7-2 record and 9-3-2 conference record. 

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