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Baseball

Doug Jumelet

916-484-8294

Basketball - Men's

Mark Giorgi

916-484-8272

Basketball - Women's

J.R. Matsunami

916-484-8441

Cross Country - Men's

Rick Anderson »

916-484-8143

Rick Anderson

Coach Rick Anderson was a 1982 graduate of Cordova High School, lettering in cross country all three seasons. He was also the Metro League mile and two-mile champion his senior season for the Lancers. Upon graduation, he competed at American River College in Cross Country and Track & Field for one season in each sport before enlisting in the US Navy for six years.

In 1993, he enrolled once again at American River College. After two semesters of only academics, he competed in Track & Field specializing in the Decathlon (8th in Northern California) and 3000 meter steeplechase. During that semester he also received the "Pepsi Scholar Athlete of the Year" award and was voted captain of his track team. During the following Cross Country season he was again voted team captain for the Camino Norte Conference Champion Beavers.

After completion of his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at California State University, Sacramento, he joined the coaching staff as an assistant as well as assisting in coaching the men's and women's track & field teams.

In 1996, Coach Anderson was hired as the Head Coach for the Men's Cross Country team, and in 2001 was hired full-time as the Head Men's Cross Country Coach, Assistant Track & Field Coach, and Physical Education Instructor. He took over the Head Men’s Track & Field position in January of 2002.

Under coach Anderson, the Beavers cross country teams have won 13 Conference Championships (1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2006-2012), seven Northern California Championships (1998, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2010-2012), and three State Championship (2005, 2011, 2012). Coach Anderson was also California Community College Cross Country Coach of the Year in 2004, 2006, and 2011and Northern California Community College Cross Country Coach of the Year multiple times. He also received the 2011 Community College Track & Field Coach of the Year.

He has also served as the California Community College Cross Country and Track & Field Coaches Association President from 2005-2009.

Cross Country - Women's

Jeanette Allred-Powless »

916-484-8935

 

Football

Jon Osterhout »

916-484-8134

Jon Osterhout

Coach Osterhout returns for his fourth season at American River College and was named the interim Head Football Coach on January 27th 2014.  Osterhout took over the offensive play calling duties this past season for a unit that finished 5th in the state in points per game 7th in rushing and 8th in total offense during the 2012 season.  Under the direction of Coach Haflich and the offensive staff, Osterhout has helped the Beavers shatter numerous offensive records and helped lead them to their first undefeated season in 2011.  His tutelage in the offensive line the past two years has aided 13 offensive linemen move on to four year colleges.

Prior to 2011, Coach Osterhout spent three years (in his second tenure) as Sacramento State’s defensive line coach. In 2008, Osterhout’s impact on the line was directly felt as the team limited the opposition to just 97.2 yards per game. That total was the lowest in the Big Sky Conference, the best in the school’s Div. I-AA/FCS era, and the second best all-time in Hornet history.  By 2010, Osterhout had helped Christian Clark and Zach Nash to postseason accolades including 2nd Team All-America honors by The Sports Network and the Associated Press (Nash). 

From 2006-2008 Coach Osterhout was a graduate assistant for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, working extensively with the defensive line. In 2007, he assisted as the Huskers broke in four new starters on the defensive front. In his first year at NU, Osterhout helped develop a unit that included 2006 Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year Adam Carriker, who was selected as the 13th overall pick in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams, and Jay Moore, who was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the fourth round.   He also mentored Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh for two years.

Prior to Nebraska, Osterhout spent four of his six years on the Hornet coaching staff as the team’s defensive line coach. He began coaching the defensive line in 2002 and under his leadership; Sacramento State allowed nearly 90 fewer rushing yards per game and had 12 more quarterback sacks.

As a player, Osterhout starred for the Hornets from 1995-99.  Following his senior season, Osterhout was a first-team All-America and signed a free agent contract with the Washington Redskins.  He was also a two-time all-Big Sky Conference selection and was the team’s captain, most valuable player and most inspirational player as a senior. He was one of nine players inducted to the school’s football hall of fame in May 2008.

A native of Roseville, Calif., Osterhout was a two sport athlete in football and baseball at Oakmont High School. In football, he was a first team all-Capital Athletic League selection and a second team all-Metro pick by the Sacramento Bee as a senior.

Osterhout graduated from Sacramento State with a degree in communication studies and is currently completing his master’s in Kinesiology from Fresno Pacific. He married former Hornet volleyball player Alison Gahr in the summer of 2005 and the couple have two children, Hudson & Chelsea Osterhout.

Golf - Men's

Michael Thomas »

916-484-8312

Michael Thomas

 

Golf - Women's

Raye Maero »

916-484-8281

RRaye Maero has been the head women’s golf coach at American River College for three years. She started as a full-time faculty member at American River College in 1996. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from UC Davis in 1979 and earned a single-subject physical education teaching credential from California State University, Sacramento in 1984. While teaching and coaching at the high school level, Raye earned her Master of Arts degree in Adapted Physical Education from California State University, Long Beach in 1992.

Now, as the head women’s golf coach, Raye works tirelessly to develop golfers into competitors and lead dedicated student-athletes to the next level of education. As a full-time faculty member at the college, Raye is available for her athletes on a regular basis. She is passionate about athletics and education with a strong desire to develop teams that promote integrity, leadership and confidence in their members.

Soccer - Men's

Paul Hansen

916-484-8203

Soccer - Women's

Paul Arellanes

916-484-8352

Softball

Lisa Delgado »

916-484-8444

 

Swimming - Men's

Eric Black

916-484-8286

Swimming - Women's

Bethani Black »

916-484-8302

Bethani Black

 

Tennis - Men's

Bo Jabery-Madison »

916-484-8177

Bo Jabery-Madison

Bo Jabery-Madison has been the head coach for the American River College men’s tennis team for nine years. In that time, the team has compiled a record of 116-41 with three conference titles. The team has qualified for the playoffs in each season and has finished in the top ten in the state rankings six times. In 2013 the team had a 22-1 record, won the conference title outright, reached the Northern California team playoff final, and finished as the third ranked team in the state. In addition to the on-court success, the American River men’s tennis team has won the men’s tennis state team G.P.A. award three times (2008, 2009, 2010) and has consistently transferred players on to four-year institutions on athletic and academic scholarships.

Bo was born in Sacramento and grew up in nearby Carmichael. He competed for the men’s tennis team at ARC in 1997 (for Ralph Freund) and 1999 (for Greg Anderson). He made All-Conference First Team in both seasons, was chosen as team MVP in 1997, and won the conference doubles title in 1999. After his time at ARC he transferred to UC Davis, where he competed for the Aggies in 2000 and 2001. He made the scholar-athlete list in both seasons and in 2001 he was recognized as the team’s Most Inspirational Player. Bo remains active in tournament and league play. He has reached a twelve-month ranking of #19 in singles and #16 in individual doubles in the Northern California open division. He also competes in USTA league tennis for Gold River Racquet Club in the 5.0+ division.

Tennis - Women's

Reed Stout

916-484-8336

Track and Field - Men's

Rick Anderson »

916-484-8143

Rick Anderson

Coach Rick Anderson was a 1982 graduate of Cordova High School, lettering in cross country all three seasons. He was also the Metro League mile and two-mile champion his senior season for the Lancers. Upon graduation, he competed at American River College in Cross Country and Track & Field for one season in each sport before enlisting in the US Navy for six years.

In 1993, he enrolled once again at American River College. After two semesters of only academics, he competed in Track & Field specializing in the Decathlon (8th in Northern California) and 3000 meter steeplechase. During that semester he also received the "Pepsi Scholar Athlete of the Year" award and was voted captain of his track team. During the following Cross Country season he was again voted team captain for the Camino Norte Conference Champion Beavers.

After completion of his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at California State University, Sacramento, he joined the coaching staff as an assistant as well as assisting in coaching the men's and women's track & field teams.

In 1996, Coach Anderson was hired as the Head Coach for the Men's Cross Country team, and in 2001 was hired full-time as the Head Men's Cross Country Coach, Assistant Track & Field Coach, and Physical Education Instructor. He took over the Head Men’s Track & Field position in January of 2002.

Under coach Anderson, the Beavers cross country teams have won 13 Conference Championships (1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2006-2012), seven Northern California Championships (1998, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2010-2012), and three State Championship (2005, 2011, 2012). Coach Anderson was also California Community College Cross Country Coach of the Year in 2004, 2006, and 2011and Northern California Community College Cross Country Coach of the Year multiple times. He also received the 2011 Community College Track & Field Coach of the Year.

He has also served as the California Community College Cross Country and Track & Field Coaches Association President from 2005-2009.

Track and Field - Women's

Jeanette Allred-Powless »

916-484-8935

Jeanette Allred-Powless

 

Volleyball

Ashlie Hain »

916-484-8301

Ashlie Hain

Ashlie has been the Head Volleyball Coach at American River College from 2009 – Present. Listed below are some of her accomplishments as a player and coach.

  • 2012 Head Coach Synergy Force VBC 16-1’s
  • 2009-2010 18-1’s Coach Force VBC
  • 2005-2011 All-American Camps Head Coach
  • Earned a Masters of Science at Azusa Pacific University
  • “Karch Khronicles” Fox Sports West
  • 2007-2008 Associate Head Coach Moorpark College
  • 2007-2008 Coach at Sport Shack VBC
  • 2007-2008 Office Manager AIG
  • 2006-2007 Velocity Sports Performance Rep
  • 2006-2007 Played for OK Kastela Split, Croatia (2nd place finish)
  • 2005-2006 Played for TSV Allianz Stuttgart, Germany (1st place finish)
  • 2001-2006 Balboa Bay Volleyball Clinics
  • 2003-2005 Coach at Orange County VBC
  • Hold Career and Season Assist records at UCI
  • Captain of UCI Womens Volleyball Team back to backNCAA appearances for the first time in school history
  • Big West 1st Team 2003
  • Big West Honorable Mention 2004
  • Waikiki Beach Invitational All-Tournament Team
  • UC Irvine Student Athlete of the Year 2005
  • Bachelors of Psychology at UC Irvine
  • 2001 CIF Champion La Reina High School
  • 2001 State Finalist La Reina High School
Water Polo - Men's

Eric Black

916-484-8286

Water Polo - Women's

Tyson Frenn »

916-484-8201

Tyson Frenn

Coach Tyson Frenn is currently in his second season as the head coach of ARC women's water polo. Tyson has been a part of ARC aquatics for several years, assisting with tournaments, championship events and alumni functions.  He was also the men’s water polo assistant coach from 2009-2010.

In Tyson’s first year at the helm of the women’s program he led the Beavers to an undefeated record in Northern California, finishing 1st at the Big 8 Conference Championships and 1st at the Northern California Regional Championships, all while earning Northern California Coach of Year honors.  The team would eventually go on to finish 3rd at the State Water Polo Championships!

Tyson was previously the head boys and girls coach at Rio Americano High School from 2011-2013.  Tyson lead the Raiders to a total of five CAL league titles and four CIF-SJS Section Championship titles!  He coached numerous all-league and all-section athletes including two CIF-SJS Players of the Year and seven HS All-Americans!

Tyson grew up swimming and playing water polo. He played under the American River College Head Men's Coach Eric Black as a club athlete and then for his first 2 years of college. He continued on to play and earn a Sociology degree from CUNY Queens College (New York, NY). From there Tyson earned his Masters degree from Concordia University (Irvine, CA) in Sport Coaching and Athletic Administration.

Tyson brings great excitement and energy to the program. He is creative and insightful in his coaching. He brings great enthusiasm to each practice creating an environment where each athlete is challenged to grow and develop daily. ARC is excited to have him in the program.