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World Cup Shines Spotlight on Growing Popularity of Soccer in the U.S.

The FIFA World Cup is the world’s most watched sporting event. The month-long international tournament draws the attention of hardcore fans and casual fans alike. FIFA estimates that at least one billion people watched the World Cup Final in 2010, … Continue reading

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OP-ED: Students react to NBA’s lifetime ban on Clippers owner Donald Sterling

On Tuesday, NBA commissioner Adam Silver brought the hammer down on Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling for the fallout of his racist comments, banning him for life from all NBA activities or business with the league going forward. “I … Continue reading

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Clark takes the 400m conference champion title

All season, Lancer runner Breanna Clark has been consistently climbing the ranks in the women’s 400-meter race and finishes the season the first Lancer to have the title of Conference Champion in the event. Continue reading

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Long-time assistant coach Mary Geer to retire

PCC softball honored veteran assistant coach Mary Geer, who is saying farewell to the softball program after 21 seasons, prior to the 2014 season finale held on April 22 against co-champions East Lost Angeles College. Geer threw a ceremonial first-pitch … Continue reading

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Photo Story: PCC at the Cal State LA Twilight Track Meet

The PCC track team at the Cal State LA Twilight Open, in Los Angeles, April 17, 2014.  

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Baseball fails to play spoiler against Mt. SAC

Despite hitting their first home run of the long 2014 season, PCC could not find much run support Tuesday night as they were routed 11-2 by the Mounties of Mt. San Antonio College. Continue reading

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Women’s swimming sets six conference records

The 2014 Lancer women’s swim team made a bold statement with their impressive performance at this year’s South Coast Conference Championships, breaking several conference records. Continue reading

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Carmina Ortiz looks to be more than just a double threat

Carmina Ortiz may only be 18 but she is dominating the local sports world, playing both badminton and volleyball as she excels for the Lancers while harboring aspirations to become a special education teacher.

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Baseball drops tenth consecutive game despite very close losses

After a hard-fought series against El Camino-Compton Center the past week, Pasadena lost its tenth straight game on Tuesday by a score of 5-3 versus Irvine Valley College. The Lancers have lost their last three games by a combined four … Continue reading

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Clark shines at Mt. SAC Relays

Lancer runner Breanna Clark is quickly becoming a standout star this season out on the track and she didn’t disappoint at the Mt SAC Relays on Saturday. Continue reading

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