The Pasadena City College Men’s Basketball team handily defeated Mt. San Antonio College 75-58 in their second conference game of the season, extending their winning streak to 10 games. The Lancers dominated the game from the opening tip after which they quickly moved the ball up the court and put up 5 points immediately, which set the tone for the rest of the game. Toward the end of the first half, the Lancers got a bit sloppy and began rushing plays but they quickly reigned …
PCC Sports fans will be allowed into the gym and stadium
PCC has announced that sports fans can return to attend sports events in-person Wednesday, October 13 via their online portal pcclancers.com and other social media outlets.
More than a handshake: PCC struggles to get athletes to commit
Recruiting is all about building relationships. It usually starts off with a simple handshake. College coaches who build the best relationships, will recruit the best players, which usually leads to them having the best programs in the country. Then there’s the fun part. Prospective recruits get to experience tons of campus tours and special passes for games.
Lancers’ star hitter transfers to top Division I baseball program
After his final season was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Marco Martinez, who holds the title for the third-most hits in PCC baseball history, committed to play baseball at California State University, Fullerton.
Former NFL star Michael Vick shows his grit in a sit down with PCC students
Michael Vick, former professional NFL quarterback, shared his experiences with resiliency in a sit down on Zoom, to encourage students at Pasadena City College to stay determined through the COVID-19 epidemic.
PCC basketball legend is one-step away from traveling to the Hall of Fame
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced a total of 14 candidates for the 2021 election on March 9. Among those selected, PCC alumnus and former Los Angeles Lakers superstar Michael Cooper, better known as “Coop”, was among them. “It’s such a great honor. You know, when you play this game, you play the game for the love of it, for the camaraderie of a team sport, and to win championships. So to be singled out and looked at as an individual, you know, I’m …
‘Is he staring at me because I coughed or because I’m Asian?’
If Hollywood films have taught us anything, it’s that student-athletes have it good. Channeling Spike Lee’s “He Got Game”, it seems that participating in a sport almost always gains you the stereotypical college experience: notoriety, success and of course, invites to all the best parties. Except, none of these movies took place in the middle of a pandemic that claimed the lives of over half a million Americans in less than a year. And so, 20-year-old Kinesiology major Madison Blohm, sighs. “Covid has just been…mean …
PCC men’s soccer team practices despite COVID
The PCC men’s soccer team have been practicing every Tuesday since the beginning of Aug. between 8 a.m and 10 a.m. to prepare for the 2021 Spring season. Without the assistance of their coaches, the student-athletes took it upon themselves to run their own practices even though there are 18,641 COVID-19 cases and 146 deaths in Los Angeles County in the month of Nov., according to Los Angeles Public Health.
PCC soccer has a ‘born leader’ in freshman midfielder
As a 5-year-old, PCC midfielder Mario Urbina remembered watching one of his favorite soccer teams play in the 2010 World Cup with his family. The Urbinas’, especially his grandfather, would wake up at 6:00 a.m. to watch Honduras, a small country in Central America between Guatemala and El Salvador. On other days, Urbina would find his grandfather watching soccer after he came home from school. This was a special time for both of them because it gave them a chance to connect with each other …
PCC Football ‘army’ and invincible Badminton Lancers are ready for 2021
The last time the PCC Football team was on the field they went 6-4, their first winning record since 2008. And for the first time in 45 years, they had back-to-back shutouts while closing down the season in second place in the SCFA American Pacific League. Lancers defeated their opponents 98-2 over their last three games. After his third season, coach Steven Mojarro has the Lancers on the right track. The winning has certainly helped the team in the recruiting department.