The PCC men’s basketball team is bad. And when I say bad, I mean awful. Horrible, substandard, inferior, unacceptable, or abhorrent. It doesn’t matter what synonym you choose, they all apply. It’s gotten so ugly that the bus driver should start charging the student-athletes for rides. I hate to criticize so harshly, but they are the second-worst basketball team in the entire state. And there are 100 teams from as far north as Mendocino College all the way down south towards the three San Diego …
Volleyball advances in SoCal Regional Playoffs
Lancers’ volleyball swept No. 18 Ventura College in a remarkable three set match (25-13, 25-19, 28-26) Saturday night at the SoCal Regional Playoffs, play-in-round.
Volleyball suffers consecutive losses
After losing at Ventura College Wednesday and dropping a home match against Long Beach City College on Friday, the Lancers have now dropped nine of their last eleven sets, including all of their last six.
Lancers’ struggles on the diamond continue
Despite a hot start to the season for Lancer baseball, winning their first six games, the team has lost consecutive games for the second week in a row.
Hit or miss season for baseball leads to 5-4 record
After a rough outing versus Mt. San Jacinto on Feb. 20, the men’s baseball team rebounded nicely with an 8-5 win over Ventura last Thursday before losing in dramatic fashion to Rio Hondo 3-2 over the weekend.
Men’s basketball aims high with a freshman-filled team
The men’s basketball team will enter the upcoming season with only a handful of players that have experience on the Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium’s hardwood floor. The Lancers will be without some key pieces of last season’s team. Sophomore guard Dejon Williams was a large part of the team’s offense and averaged 15 points per game shooting 41 percent from the field, but he won’t return.
Football makes strong comeback in final quarter, but fails to win
Despite a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter, the Lancers were not able to pull ahead of No. 7 ranked Ventura College Saturday night in what marked the third conference loss for the PCC football team since the start of the season.
Football wins their first under Kaumeyer in Even’s return to the field
PCC football pulled off their first win under first-year head coach Thom Kaumeyer, 27-16, against East Los Angeles College on Saturday night, ending an 11-game losing streak dating back to last year.