Women’s volleyball was crushed on Wednesday by the El Camino Warriors (3-1), but their spirits were flying high against the Cerritos Falcons Friday, when they added another conference win (3-2) to their three previous victories toward playoffs. “Hot and cold,” said Head Coach Mike Terrill when reflecting on Wednesday’s performance against the Warriors. Point-wise, the Lancers rode El Camino’s coat tails each set throughout the match, never falling more than five points behind. However, the Warriors defense was ruthless. Outside Hitter Mikayla Clark made 17 …
Women’s Volleyball took a whacking against the Moorpark Raiders Wednesday night but kept on attacking, and prevailed against the Citrus College Owls and the Antelope Valley Marauders on the same day and on the same court, Friday afternoon.
PCC’s water polo team is making waves as they begin their season triumphantly crushing the Santa Monica Corsairs during a mini tournament at LA Valley college Saturday morning, and coming just short of a point from victory against the San Diego Miramar Jets directly after.
Monday, May 13, 2019 There were reports of two transients and later, one disruptive, non-student attempting to access the GM building. All parties were escorted off campus. Library staff reported a subject watching inappropriate content on a library computer. Subject was escorted off campus. Tuesday, May 14, 2019 A male subject was escorted off campus after facilities staff reported him wandering through the Science Village. A staff member reported a subject using vulgar language toward her at the Mirror Pools. The report was taken but …
Although I am a cinematic fan of all three principal actors, I cannot say I was a complete fan of the movie “The Intruder,” especially with current ticket prices. The acting was good and the main location and surrounding property were captivating, but the story, however, was weak, and the fear factor was non-existent.
Heading into their off-season Lancers softball did not perform in the playoffs as the athletes, their coaches, or the school, had fully hoped, but still managed to impress themselves and secure rank number 9 in Southern California (SoCal) and the State as a whole.
The Lancers Track and Field team had a busy and surprisingly underwhelming week at Cerritos College Tuesday and Saturday, as the South Coast Conference (SCC) Prelims and Championship meets transpired.
Continuing their winning streak, The Lancers racked up three more wins by annihilating the Rio Hondo Roadrunners.
Having only won two of their eight South Coast Conference (SCC) matches, women’s basketball still managed to qualify for the playoffs despite Wednesday’s close loss to Mt. SAC.
Being the only sports team at Pasadena City College (PCC) to make it to the South Coast Conference (SCC) North Division Playoffs, the Lancers were fully prepared, however, going up against the number one ranked team in the state proved to be harder than expected. The Lasers’ title remains intact, having only lost one match in the last two seasons, after beaming victory away from the Lancers in a three set match ( 25-27, 22-25, 18-25) Tuesday night at Irvine Valley College. PCC did not …