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Impressive first half propels men’s basketball

The Lancers’ men’s basketball team won their first home game of the season with a 69-61 victory over El Camino College on Wednesday. Continue reading

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Freshman duo leads women’s basketball to OT win

In a see-sawing battle, the women’s basketball team overcame a top 10 state ranked team for the first time this season by defeating the El Camino Warriors in a thrilling 70-66 overtime victory in a non-conference game at Hutto-Pattinson gym. Continue reading

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Men’s baketball defeats Trade Tech

Coming off a tough three-point loss to Mt. SAC last Friday, the PCC Men’s basketball team bounced back on the road when they traveled to Los Angeles Trade Tech and defeated a winless Beavers team. Continue reading

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McGee looks to end Lancers’ slump

The Lancers’ baseball program begins their rebuilding process with the hiring of head coach Pat McGee, a former assistant coach at Mount San Antonio College who hopes to turn around the struggling Lancers in his first head-coaching gig. Continue reading

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Much more than a Badminton coach

Appearances can be deceptive when it comes to new Lancers women’s badminton coach Jennifer Ho. Although small in stature, softly spoken and unassuming in nature, Ho is up for any challenge in her new role and expects nothing less from her young proteges. Continue reading

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Second half surge propels women’s basketball

Pasadena pulled off a nail-biting away win at LA Trade Tech College, defeating the Lady Techsters 76-70 on Wednesday night. Continue reading

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Women’s basketball lose second straight conference game

The stage was set for arguably one of the games of the conference season, with the No. 18 ranked Lancers hoping to cause an upset and also wanting to atone for a thrilling one-point overtime loss to East LA College in their previous conference match-up on January 10. Both teams showed in their intense pre-game huddles this wasn’t just another game. Continue reading

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Badminton team holds high hopes for upcoming season

With the upcoming season rapidly approaching, the women’s badminton team is shaping up to be a promising mix of new and returning players eager to reclaim the South Coast Conference title. Continue reading

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Men’s basketball looks to rebound from embarrassing loss

From the outside looking in it’s easy to assume that the 2014-15 Lancers men’s basketball team is in the midst of a rebuilding season. Continue reading

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Women’s volleyball optimistic despite missing playoffs

With the departure of five sophomores from last season’s squad and an early season-ending injury to the team’s lone returning sophomore, Saige Spence, the Lancers finished the season with a 5-16 overall record, good for sixth place in the South Coast Conference. Continue reading

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