Stellar pitching and dogged perseverance helped the Lancers add two more games to their impressive winning streak.
The PCC Football team lost their season opener 52-17 to Long Beach on Saturday night, amidst controversy surrounding Head Coach Thomas Maher, who was suspended for undisclosed reasons two weeks ago.
Pasadena softball was sent home early, ending an unsuccessful week after a 10-1 loss in the fifth inning to Cerritos College at Nancy Kelly field last Thursday.
The Lancers women’s basketball team squandered a double-digit lead they held for most of the championship game on Sunday and fell to Long Beach City College 62-57. Playing on their own home court was a big part of Pasadena’s 46-point win against Imperial Valley College on Friday and 53-point win against Pierce on Saturday. The home court played little advantage in the final game, as Long Beach fans’ noise echoed in the gymnasium during the entire 40 minutes of the game.
The women’s soccer team dropped two games over the weekend, extending their losing streak to five games with one game left to play.
The PCC women’s soccer team took to the road on Tuesday evening to Long Beach City College, looking for their first road win of the season. However, those plans will remain on hold, as the Lancers dropped their match to the Vikings, 4-0. The loss drops the Lancers to 4-7-3 (2-4-1), with their last win coming three weeks ago.