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2014 - 2015 - 2016 - 2017

Close competition to head the ball in the game against Pierce College. (Photo by Dale Beck)

Valley's Artur Mheryan fires from close range to score a goal in the 9-8 win
over Citrus College. Men's water polo is ranked #2 in California. (Photo by Dale Beck)

Hancock's Ellyn Clardy prepares to fire on Valley's Loreny Valdez. The shot was blocked and
the Monarchs went on to win 9-5. Valdez is second in the conference in saves. (Photo by Dale Beck)


Wide receiver Faizon Knight is upended by a Cerritos Falcon. The Monarchs returned to the
gridiron after their perfect 11-0 seaon. (Photo courtesy Stanley Norman, Cerritos College)





A Message From the Athletic Director

On behalf of the Los Angeles Valley College athletic staff; ourAthletic Director Jim Fenwick vice president over athletics, Karen Daar; the dean over athletics, Jermain Pipkin; and all of our student- athletes, we extend our best wishes for a great start to the new school year and fall sports.  Our goal is for student success through our athletic programs!  We hope to provide a great experience on the playing field and assist our students with their transfer goals!  It begins with our experienced and committed staff, equipment, travel, beautiful facilities, and last but not the least, support from our fans that have joined the Monarch Family.

This is a very important time to join the Valley College athletic family.  We hope to provide an affordable, successful track, providing tremendous exposure, for our student-athletes to transfer to a four-year experience.  We hope to increase the number of student-athlete graduates and transfers again this year!  Our faculty and staff, with their commitment and support, have set the tone for another great and successful year.

We recognize and appreciate your association and support and hope to see you at our athletic contests.


Jim Fenwick
Athletic Director



2018 Hall of Fame
Inductees Announced

The 2018 edition of the Monarchs' Hall of Fame has been announced and will include eight individuals and one team. The inductees:

  • Eddie Baeza - Baseball
  • John Becker - Football
  • Angelo Cimity - Trainer
  • José Cortez - Football
  • Gary Honjio - Coach (Gymnastics & Diving)
  • Doug Michelson - Coach (Basketball)
  • Sue Patterson McDonald - Track
  • Jack Steptoe - Football
  • 1966 Swim Team

This year's event is slated for Saturday, June 30, at 5:00 in Monarch Hall. Advanced tickets are available through the LAVC Foundation.

"The Zone"

Our student athletes refer to our new computer lab, as “The Zone”, or the endzone that gets them where they want to go!




The new state of the art, satellite computer lab that was recently completed, within the new Community

Service Building, next to the Monarch Athletic Center. The "Zone" is funded and supported by the Equity Grant on campus.

This facility is available to all student athletes from 9am to 2pm daily! English and Math tutors are provided every Tuesday and Wednesday.  The computer center is the home of our athletic counselor, Reggie Reed (pictured on the right). Reggie is available to meet with all student athletes regarding their counseling needs. Full supervision is provided by John Fonua (pictured on the left).  As the supervising monitor, John collaborates with head coaches of all sports to ensure their teams study hall goals are met.

We are fortunate for the Equity Grant funding and proud of what we have to offer our student athletes to stay committed to their academic goals.



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