2003 California Bowl / Playoff Lineup

Sacramento, CA . . . The California Community Colleges Commission on Athletics (COA) Football Bowl Game Selection Committee today announced the participants in this year's crop of football bowl games. Bowl participants, are: Playoff seed rankings, as outlined in the COA Football Guide, are in BOLD. Final regular-season record and final poll rankings are in parenthesis.

November 22:

East County Bowl (host Los Medanos College), 1pm
Solano (6-4, #15N) vs. Diablo Valley (6-4, #13N)

National Bowl (host Mt. San Antonio College), 6pm
#8S Saddleback (8-2, #7S) vs. #1S Mt. San Antonio (9-1, #3S, Mission American Div Co-Champ)

Pacific Graffiti Bowl (host Modesto Junior College), 3pm
West Hills (6-4, #11N) vs. Laney (7-3, #10N)

Potato Bowl (host Bakersfield College), 1:15pm
Cerritos (6-4, #13S) vs. Victor Valley (7-3, #11S)

Producers Dairy Bowl (host Fresno City College), 4pm
Allan Hancock (8-2, #9S) vs. Fresno (8-2, #6N)

Silicon Valley Bowl (host Foothill College), 1pm
San Mateo (9-1, #8N, Golden Gate Co-Champ) vs. San Joaquin Delta (9-1, #4N)

Southwestern College South County Bowl (host Southwestern College), 1pm
#7S Citrus (9-1, #T5S, WSC South Div Co-Champ) vs. #2S Grossmont (10-0, #2S, Foothill Champ)

US Bank Beach Bowl (host Santa Monica College), 1pm
#5S Santa Monica (7-3, #12S, WSC South Div Co-Champ) vs. #4S Fullerton (8-2, #T5S, Mission National Div Champ)

Verizon Southern California Bowl (host Chaffey College), 1pm
El Camino (7-3, #10S) vs. Chaffey (8-2, #8S)

Western State Bowl (host College of the Canyons), 7pm
#6S Palomar (8-2, #4S, Mission American Div Co-Champ) vs. #3S Canyons (10-0, #1S, WSC North Div Champ)

 November 29:

Capital Shrine Bowl (host Sacramento City College), 12 pm
Gavilan (5-5, #17N, Coast Champ) vs. Sierra (10-0, #5N, Bay Valley Champ)
 

Tri Counties Bank Holiday Bowl (host Butte College), 12 pm
Feather River (9-1, #9N) vs. Butte (8-2, #7N)

Southern California Semifinal Games (hosted by higher seed)
TBA

December 6:

CLO Bowl (Santa Rosa Junior College), 1pm
West Valley (6-4, #12N, Golden Gate Co-Champ) vs. Santa Rosa (10-0, #2N, Mid Empire Champ)

San Francisco Hawaiian Punch Bowl (City College of San Francisco), 1pm
#2N Reedley (9-1, #3N, Valley Champ) vs. #1N San Francisco (10-0, #1N, NorCal Champ)

Southern California Championship Game (hosted by higher seed)
TBA

December 13:

California Community Colleges Commission on Athletics Football Championship (Bakersfield College)
Presented by Blue Diamond Growers and the Bakersfield Sports Marketing Council

In Northern California, the San Francisco Hawaiian Punch Bowl will serve as the Northern California championship contest.

In Southern California, the National Bowl, Southwestern College South County Bowl, US Bank Beach Bowl and the Western State Bowl will serve as first-round playoff games. Semifinal (November 29) and championship (December 6) games will be hosted by the higher seed.

The winners of the Northern California and Southern California championship playoff games will advance to the California Community Colleges Commission on Athletics Football Championship presented by Blue Diamond Growers and the Bakersfield Sports Marketing Council on December 13, 2002 at Bakersfield College's Memorial Stadium in Bakersfield, California.  Kick-off is scheduled for 1 p.m.

For more information on the California Community Colleges Commission on Athletics Football Championship presented by Blue Diamond Growers and the Bakersfield Sports Marketing Council, as well as news and updates of all 23 COA sanctioned sports, visit www.coasports.org.

 


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