Share: Lancers will join the American Mountain League in fall and coaches say this league will make for an interesting season. Follow:
Share: PCC Football has been a bit of a circus in recent years. The cycle of bringing in a new coach every year with hype and player support only to have the team go under .500 and lose said coach for various suspicious reasons has plagued Pasadena City. When most recent hire Thomas Maher was put on administrative leave only weeks before the 2017 season, the cycle was looking like it was about to repeat itself. Follow:
Share: The 2018 Lancers Badminton team was one for the ages. The determination, confidence, and competitive superiority all combined to form a perfect storm for Pasadena to finish a perfect 13-0. Head coach Jennifer Ho started the season with high expectations, and said after their 21-0 win over Compton that her team “were state champions last year, and I expect them to win this year.” Sophomore Natalie Ong also said “last year, we only had two girls that really carried our team to the championship…this …
Share: In the world of sprints, where a fraction of a second can mean the difference between the best runners and the rest of the pack, one lap catapulted Brennan Doyle, PCC’s second year track standout, from relative obscurity to the radars of college recruiters around the country. Follow:
Share: Lancer’s swim broke records, ranked in state titles, and created a rip tide for their freshmen swimmers to follow to sophomore glory. Follow:
Community colleges are doing the right thing and offering four-year degrees at a two-year school price.
Unfortunately, the Lancers, who finished above .500 with a and an 8-6-7 record, will not technically have home field advantage even when they will be the “home” team.
For the first time in 11 years, both the men’s and women’s cross country teams raced at the CCCAA State Championships in Fresno on Nov. 17.