A member of the highly-competitive Valley Conference, Sierra College football is recognized as an elite national football program. The Wolverines have appeared in ten bowl games, and won 37 straight games from 2002-2005. More than 80 players have moved on to play at four-year schools the last few years.
There’s nothing like a Sierra College football game on a crisp fall Saturday afternoon. Few community college game environments can equal the noise and the color of a sold-out Homer “Buzz” Ostrom Stadium on game day!
The Wolverines take on City College of San Francisco in the Hawaiian Punch Bowl at CCSF on Dec. 7 at noon!
Opening in 2007, ”The Buzz” has been host to some of the great moments in Sierra College football history. The 1500-seat facility, named after legendary Sierra football coach and athletic director, Homer Ostrom, features a speedy field turf surface, a state-of-the-art press box, and incredible sight lines. There is not a bad seat in the house!
Such legendary Wolverines as Lamon Muldrow (San Jose St.), Carl Moore (Florida), Bryson Littlejohn (Oregon), Mike Grant (UNLV), Paul Vassallo (Arizona), Brandon Michalkiewicz (Cal Poly) and Scotty Enos (Hawaii) entered the national spotlight playing at “The Buzz.”
General admission tickets for regular season games at “The Buzz” cost $8; student & senior tickets are $5. Sierra students get into games FREE with a Fall 2011 ASSC sticker. Fans joining the Wolverine Athletic Association (WAA) receive free admission to all home games and can enjoy pre-game BBQs and reserved, cushioned seating.
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Coach Noonan previously was the Citrus College offensive coordinator. During his four years there, Noonan’s quarterbacks set school... More