Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) ended Pasadena women’s swimming 18 dual meet win streak, beating Pasadena 138-136 at the aquatics center Friday afternoon.
Pasadena softball started out last week losing to Mt. San Antonio College, 7-3, on Tuesday but came back strong, shutting out El Camino College, 6-0, in a battle for third place at Robinson Park on Thursday afternoon. Mt. SAC added to their 9-game winning streak after taking an early lead, scoring three runs in the first inning and remaining in control for the remainder of the game. Head coach Monica Tantlinger hoped that the tournament Pasadena played in the previous weekend would have better prepared …
The women’s basketball team was unable to upset Mt. SAC after only making one basket in their 55-43 loss on Friday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
The Lady Lancers extended their winning streak to three after two away games with a lopsided 87-30 win over El Camino College-Compton Center on Feb. 10 and an impressive 77-53 win against a frustrated SoCal Region No. 7 East Los Angeles College on Feb. 12.
On a gloomy Friday morning, the Pasadena City College cross country team took their talents to the 68th annual Mt. SAC invitational where the greatest athletes in the area compete. Over 23 schools showed up looking to achieve one goal: completing one of the most difficult courses in cross country.
Despite hitting their first home run of the long 2014 season, PCC could not find much run support Tuesday night as they were routed 11-2 by the Mounties of Mt. San Antonio College.
After a sore 3-2 loss against LA Harbor on Friday, the Lancers men’s soccer team (4-3-5) demolished the four-time defending CCCAA state champions Mt. San Antonio College (SAC) on Tuesday in a 5-2 win that Lancers head coach called “one of the biggest upsets of all time.”
The womenâ€™s softball team suffered its fourth straight loss to No. 14 Mt. Sac, 14-0 on Tuesday, after falling to Long Beach, 4-1, East L.A., 13-4 and El Camino, 9-8 last week.