Appearances can be deceptive when it comes to new Lancers women’s badminton coach Jennifer Ho. Although small in stature, softly spoken and unassuming in nature, Ho is up for any challenge in her new role and expects nothing less from her young proteges.
With the upcoming season rapidly approaching, the women’s badminton team is shaping up to be a promising mix of new and returning players eager to reclaim the South Coast Conference title.
With the departure of five sophomores from last season’s squad and an early season-ending injury to the team’s lone returning sophomore, Saige Spence, the Lancers finished the season with a 5-16 overall record, good for sixth place in the South Coast Conference.
The women’s volleyball team finally broke a four-game losing streak, but more importantly their win in straight sets over LA Trade tech enabled sophomore’s Megan Williams and Sabrina Takeuchi to taste victory in their final home game in a Lancers uniform
The women’s volleyball team overcame a slow start to beat the LA Harbor Seahawks in an impressive straight-sets win at Hutto-Pattinson gymnasium Wednesday night. The Lancers swept LA Harbor, 25-23, 25-20, 25-22 in a match where the scoreboard didn’t reflect the gritty nature of their performance. With the Seahawks losing straight sets in all previous five conference games, PCC was expected to dismiss the Seahawks easily due to their 2-3 conference record. The Lancers were forced on the back-foot early on due to poor execution …
The Lancers’ volleyball team competed in the Grossmont Quad tournament on Saturday and lost both their matches against Palomar and Grossmont.
The Lancers badminton team was seeking revenge against East Los Angeles College (ELAC) Friday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium but ultimately fell short, losing 15-6.
PCC’s badminton team is already hard at work preparing for the upcoming season with coach Bill Sanchez’s goal to “play well, work hard.”