After last week’s loss against rivals East Los Angeles College, the Lancers ended the football season in a devastating 54-29 loss on Saturday against undefeated Santa Ana College.
The Lancers rode into the Homecoming game on a five game high, but were tested by crosstown rivals and defending Champions East Los Angeles College with a humbling loss of 14 – 42 in the last home game of the season.
After a 35-6 victory over LA Southwest this weekend, PCC football has proven to be a definite threat to win the SCFA Metro League title, as they remain tied with Santa Ana for first place.
As if two times weren’t enough, Lancers’ badminton proved themselves triumphant as they beat ELAC in their third conference game against each other with a 20-1 victory.
After struggling in the beginning of the match, the Lancers won the battle against East Los Angeles College (ELAC) Thursday evening with major clutch hits. PCC is now 4-1 in SCC North and just one game behind first place Mt. SAC.
In the second round of the SoCal Regionals, PCC’s women’s basketball team came up short in an overtime loss to East Los Angeles College (ELAC) 70-64, ending their season at a record of 21-10.
It was a terrible loss for PCC in their last away game at ELAC, as they walked away from a 63-17 defeat, making that their fifth and final loss away from home. They got ran out of town by the Huskies and go into next week’s homecoming game 4-5. The game started out rough as the Lancers allowed East Los Angeles to score three touchdowns in less than seven minutes, giving them a huge lead of 42-0 as they entered halftime. The third quarter was …
The Lancers badminton team continue their perfect season by defeating East LA College Friday, 15-6, improving to a 4-0 overall record.
Interim track and field coach Bobby Godinez accepted the vacant head football coaching position at East Los Angeles College to take effect in the 2016-2017 season.
The PCC women’s basketball team was unable to contain East Los Angeles College’s penetration offense and fell to their SCC-North rivals 58-45 in the third round of the playoffs. The Huskies dominated on both ends of the floor throughout the game and held the Lancers scoreless for minutes on end on multiple occasions. Though Pasadena played hard to fight back after being behind, it wasn’t enough to come out with the victory. Head coach Joe Peron said his team played in spurts and it affected …