Lancers took on conference opponents LA Trade Tech (LATT) on Wednesday, Oct. 4th, leading the game from the get-go to continue their stunning spread from the previous week of over 10 points with a final score of 16-5.
PCC water polo suffered their third loss of the season by a score of 3-16 against Cerritos College on Wednesday afternoon, giving them their lowest score of the season thus far.
Imagine a family setting up to see their star swimmer perform in the state championship. Their precious little pride and joy has been ahead the whole season, by any standards it would seem like they had it in the bag. Then a freshman comes from behind, steals both titles and breaks not one, but two school records. That freshman is Melissa Cienega.
The PCC swim team has high hopes and ambitious goals for 2016. The team, who placed 5th in state championships last year, looks to raise their rankings and beat individual school records. Terry Stoddard begins his 17th season as head coach with one overall goal: team success. “ We’re looking for improvement in our conference and to try to repeat our conference dual meet season,” he said. “We were fifth in state last year, as well as eighth, seventh and fifth in previous years so …
Frederick swam her fastest, literally, to the finishing line. As she got out of the pool, she heard the roar of applause from the stands. She didnâ€™t know it, but Frederick had broken yet another Pasadena City College swims record.