The Lancers football team continued to struggle Saturday, losing 50-19 against the Ventura Pirates despite playing at home.
Decimated by injuries and turnovers throughout the entire game, the Lancers football team lost its second consecutive game Saturday in a 38-30 defeat to East Los Angeles College.
The Lancers’ volleyball team snapped a 9-match losing streak Friday with a home victory over East Los Angeles College.
The Lancers volleyball team remains winless on the 2014 season after their conference opening loss to Mt. San Antonio on Friday.
The Lancers men’s soccer team made a big statement with their 1-0 victory over the state’s No. 5-ranked Mt. SAC Mounties on Friday.
Before the 2014 season began, the Lancers volleyball team and coaching staff were well aware of the big shoes to team had to fill. Gone from last year’s team are the Lancers’ all-time aces and kills leader, Nora To’omalatai, and last season’s vocal leader Thula Parks.
The Lancers football team displayed it’s much improved defense for the home fans during Saturday’s 19-7 victory over LA Harbor College. The victory was the Lancers first home win since 2011.
Despite a disappointing 2013 season, head coach Terry Stoddard and the Lancers water polo team expect a noticeable improvement to both the offense and defense since five sophomores will be returning for the upcoming season.
According to a recent University of Texas at Austin report, male students of color have lower academic outcomes than White male students who are significantly less engaged.
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.