After nine straight losses, the depressing streak finally ended for Lancers baseball as the team cruised to a 6-3 victory over Cerro Coso College on March 27 at Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.
The opportunities were definitely there, but the Lancer baseball team could not deliver as they fell to 1-5 in South Coast Conference play last week. PCC was edged 6-5 by El Camino College on March 12 at Jackie Robinson Memorial Field and again 10-5 while visiting El Camino on March 14.
An extremely frustrating day on offense summed up the loss for Lancers baseball on Feb. 22 as the team fell 7-3 to Grossmont College at Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.
Despite having only three total hits, Lancers baseball got off to a fast start and held on to win 5-4 over Irvine Valley College on Feb. 21 at Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.
The Lancers baseball team put in a valiant effort hosting West Los Angeles College, but were edged 10-9 in extra innings on Feb. 16 at Jackie Robinson Memorial Field. PCC lost the game in the tenth inning, marking the third one-run loss at home this season.
The PCC baseball team returned home from its road trip after two very discouraging non-conference losses, being routed 12-4 by Rio Hondo College on Feb. 13 and getting a 17-3 thrashing at the hands of LA Pierce College on Feb. 15.
Lancer baseball came up just short again in its second home game of the season, losing 4-3 to Victor Valley College on Feb. 9 at Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.
At the age of 29 while majoring in sports medicine, Lancers pitcher and third baseman Daniel Gomez is playing in his second season as a member of the PCC baseball team.
The baseball team took a step backwards on Feb. 5 with an 11-4 loss at Grossmont College and then on Feb. 7 the Lancers were buried from the start with a 16-2 trampling at the hands of Irvine Valley College on the road.