Athletics Director - Jaye Tashima

Athletics Director - Jaye Tashima

Jaye Tashima, Athletics Director, Victor Valley College - photo

Message from the Athletics Director

In keeping with the philosophy of providing programs to meet the diverse needs of students so that they may continue to develop physically, mentally, and emotionally throughout their lifetime, Victor Valley College supports and encourages students to participate in its athletic programs.

To meet this philosophic commitment, Victor Valley College athletic offerings include football, softball, men's and women's tennis, women's volleyball, men's and women's basketball, wrestling, golf, men's and women's soccer, men's and women's cross country, track, field, and baseball.

Victor Valley College is a member of the Foothill Athletic Conference and also competes with other community college conferences, California State and University junior varsity teams, private colleges, and service teams. A student must be enrolled in 12 units to participate in the intercollegiate athletic program. Student athletes are granted up to two years of eligibility but must complete 24 units between seasons of competition with a "C" or better grade average in order to be eligible for the second year.

There are other factors that are essential in determining eligibility, and athletes should consult with the eligibility coordinator regarding eligibility matters. All varsity athletic classes meet ten laboratory hours per week for 3 units. CSU, UC (UC credit limitation). For course descriptions, see Section IX of the catalog.