Pasadena City College (PCC) is scheduled to restart its tentative sports season for Spring 2021 after the COVID-19 virus abruptly ended the Spring season earlier this year. Football, cross-country, men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s basketball are scheduled to have their first practice Jan. 18.
PCC is promoting Virtual 5K for Student-Athletes
Pasadena City College Athletics department is promoting a Run PCC Virtual 5K event scheduled Friday, June 12 through Sunday, June 14, with the aim of raising money for its student-athletes.
PCC Vanquishes Compton in First Victory of Season
Thanks to an aggressive game on Tuesday, Lancers Women’s Soccer drove home their first win of the season, with a 2-0 victory against Compton College, bringing their standing up to 1-7-3 at the game’s end.
Lancers gored by the Bulls
On the road at L.A. Pierce college, the Lancers were in command for a majority of the game and on their way to a hard fought road win, but an incredible comeback by Pierce College spoiled the Lancers plans as they lost 44-43.
Lancers trampled by the Roadrunners at home
After a loss against Mount San Antonio earlier in the week, the men’s soccer team slipped further away Friday night after losing to Rio Hondo 4-3 in the second half.
PCC falls to ELAC: A loss 12 years in the making
The PCC women’s volleyball team began the 2018 South Coast Conference on the wrong foot after losing to East Los Angeles College in a five-set home game Wednesday evening. Last year, the Lancers won the 2017 SCC North title with a flawless 8-0 performance. While hoping to snag another win after pummeling LA Trade-Tech 3-0 last Friday, the Lancers did not expect for ELAC’s defense to knock them out of the Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium with a 3-2 loss, scoring 25-20, 16-25, 25-20, 15-25, 15-12. The Huskies …
Lancers devoured by the Wolverines
In their third straight loss before conference play begins, the PCC football team allowed the most points ever in a game this season on Saturday night in a devastating 69-20 loss against San Bernardino Valley. After 4 plays, rushing 30 yards, and scoring a touchdown in the first quarter, San Bernardino Valley was on the board 6-0 after PCC’s defensive line, Jayson Jones blocked SBV’s kick for the extra point. The Lancer defense was unable to stop SBV offense from scoring touchdowns in the 1st, …
From benchwarmer to the best on the team
Emily Ahedo did not start her PCC athletic career the way she wanted to. En route to graduating at San Gabriel Mission High, Ahedo started looking into joining the Lancer volleyball team late. Debating between a two and four year college option, Ahedo made some last minute choices that affected her career. Much to Ahedo’s dismay, all the team spots were already filled by the time she decided she would come to a two year college. The PCC volleyball coach, Mike Terrill, made the …
PCC takes down GCC in close game
Men’s soccer emerged victorious at Glendale on Friday night, edging their neighbors out 2-0, to improve on their already great start to the season. The game was neck and neck throughout most of the 90 minutes, with both of the goals being scored at the end of each half. The rest of the game, however, was quite uneventful with only a few yellow cards on either side and some emotional comments between players. Lancer’s forward Eduardo Gonzalez scored the first goal with a header crossing …
Lancers drowned out in conference play
After missing the playoffs by one game last year, water polo looked like a force to be reckoned with in 2018; that dream has disappeared quickly however as they were defeated in their first three conference games this season.