With a minute left on the clock, College of the Canyons soccer team captain Hailey Phipps scored a goal from 16 yards outside the box, lifting the Cougars to a 1-0 win against Moorpark College.
Overcome by emotion, the 19-year-old began to cry.
Just two days earlier, on Oct. 1, 2017 Phipps was at the...
Story and photo by Jesse Muñoz/COC Sports Information Director
College of the Canyons All-American women’s soccer player Hailey Phipps has signed a National Letter of Intent with Lubbock Christian University and will continue her career as a member of the Chaparrals.
Lubbock Christian University...
College of the Canyons sophomore soccer player Angel Quintero has been named the Western State Conference East Division Player of the Year to lead a class of 12 Cougars earning postseason awards, including All-American defender Hailey Phipps.
COC head coach Justin Lundin was also named WSC, East Coach...
For 89 minutes Tuesday night, the College of the Canyons women’s soccer team dominated the time of possession but could not put together a scoring play.
But with just over a minute left to play, sophomore Hailey Phipps delivered a powerful kick from 16 yards outside the box, just beyond the reach...
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