Going into the final week of play, the Lancers held their own destiny needing to win both games against Cerritos to guarantee a spot in the Southern California Regional Playoffs for the third straight year and they did so by setting new school records and outscoring the Falcons 22-9 in the series.
The women’s basketball team plays from start to finish in a ‘no-sub’ spell due to dwindling numbers, pushing them to the brink in the 41st Gilcrest tournament. They finished in sixth place despite losing half their games, and they continue their fight today at the College of the Desert Winter Classic against Fullerton College.
Despite the overall season record of 9-16, the Lancers women’s water polo have managed to maintain a strong bond and focus on what to improve on for next season. “Every season concludes with the enjoyment of the sophomores participating for two years and what they brought to the team environment and to our play,” said Coach Terry Stoddard. “One of the takeaways would be to replace what they contributed with incoming freshmen and the sophomores that are returning next year.” The Lancers faced their third …
After allowing four goals to Cerritos for the second time this season, PCC goalkeeper Andrew Espinoza turned towards his sideline and flung off his goalie glove, cracking it like a whip; Friday’s 4-1 loss came to a Falcon team which played with 10 men for over half the match.
PCC water polo suffered their third loss of the season by a score of 3-16 against Cerritos College on Wednesday afternoon, giving them their lowest score of the season thus far.
Lancers baseball suffered their fourth consecutive loss Tuesday on the road against the Cerritos College Falcons, falling to 1-12 in the South Coast Conference play and 4-20 overall for the 2014 season.
The Pasadena women’s swim team looked nothing short of dominant on Friday during their dual meet with Cerritos and El Camino, coming within a literal blink of an eye away—.11 seconds—from sweeping all 14 events as they topped Cerritos 136-133 and beat El Camino 170-90.
With their full court pressure defense, the Lancers’ recorded 14 steals and forced the Falcons to turn the ball over 29 times.
Defense was the name of the game on Tuesday afternoon for the men’s soccer team, as it took on one of the best teams in the Cerritos College Falcons and came away happily with a 1-1 tie.
The Lancers football team played solid defense against the Cerritos College Falcons on Saturday, but dropped the ball when it came to offense.