Bakersfield College sophomore Michael Guillory has committed to play at University of Los Angeles College of Divinity, which competes in Association of Christian College Athletics (ACCA). In 2019-20 they were the ACCA National Champions with a record of 30-1.

The native of Pearland, Texas, played only one season for the Renegades, averaging 9.8 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game.

The 6-foot-2, 190-pound guard played in all 28 games for BC and was named the Western State Conference South co-defensive player of the year and honorable mention all-WSC South

Guillory scored in double figures 16 times last season, including a season-best 17 points in a 64-60 victory over College of the Canyons. He was 3 for 6 from 3-point range in the contest.

BC track and field

Five Renegades track and field athletes were named to the 2019 all-state academic team.

Gabriella Lugo, Noemi Esparza, Adolfo Escudero, Jacoby Whitby and Fabian Velasquez were each selected to be recognized by the (California Community College Cross Country & Track Coaches Association.

To make the team track and field student athletes must complete a minimum of 24 academic units with a 3.5 GPA or higher.

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Moardeeb

Play for who? All I know is as far as candy goes I love Divinity.

Gene Pool Chlorinator

You make morons look like Einstein...

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