Lancers’ postseason has been cut short after falling to No. 2 MiraCosta in three sets (16-25, 20-25, 16-25) during round one of the SoCal Regional Playoff last Tuesday.
Leaving home for the first time is hard when moving across the state or even just across town, but when relocating cross country for the dream and leaving r family behind, it pays to have your friends along for the ride.
Lancers’ volleyball swept No. 18 Ventura College in a remarkable three set match (25-13, 25-19, 28-26) Saturday night at the SoCal Regional Playoffs, play-in-round.
The men’s basketball team received a Consolation trophy over the weekend at the Skip Robinson Classic after defeating rival Mt. San Antonio College (Mt.SAC), 56-67 in game three.
Monday, October 30 Facilities reported a black male sleeping on the floor in the C-building on the 4th floor and was advised to leave. A suspicious white male was being observed while exiting the men’s locker room in the GM-building. Two suspicious subjects were escorted off campus after being seen between the U and UU buildings. A 23 year old student was transported to a hospital after having a seizure near the Bonnie structure on campus. A microwave was reported to be on fire in …
Lancers’ volleyball were crowned SCC North title after defeating second place Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) Wednesday night in an electrifying four set match (24-26, 25-18, 25-20, 25-22) and are now locked in for playoffs.
Lancers’ volleyball extend their winning streak to six and took possession of first place (3-0) in SCC North after an intense four set match against Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) Wednesday night then a victory over Chaffey College Friday, Oct. 13th.
After three unbeaten games, the men’s soccer team suffered its first loss of the pre-season against L.A. Mission College 3-1. From the start of the match PCC looked to score, but far too often the players were giving up possession in the final third.
After three unbeaten games, the men’s soccer team suffered its first loss of the pre-season against L.A. Mission College 3-1. From the start of the match PCC looked to score, but far too often the players were giving up possession in the final third. A counter-attack for LA Mission in the 12th minute prompted a one versus one situation with their forward Javier Moran and PCC goalkeeper Andrew Espinoza, in what seemed as a breakaway save from Espinoza. Frustration ruled the Lancers after the ref …
Laughing in disbelief, Camilia Grases locked eyes with teammate Christy Lam (4 goals), after a scored goal from half-way down the pool in a 16-1 game-one rout of the Santa Ana Dons Saturday Morning.