Winning matters! Does your individual production lead to team success? It’s not enough to be a regular starter or be a good role player. To be on this list, you have to be one of the best at PCC, one of best in the South Coast Conference (SCC), and damn near one of the best in the state. And it’s only fair to separate the best into three separate categories. The MVPs, the game changers, and the leaders in descending order. We’re also listing the …
After the last home-game victory for the season was played on Wednesday night against L.A. Trade-Tech, the Lancers suffered a tough loss during Friday’s away game against Mt. San Antonio College, with a close 4-point loss that would make their journey into playoffs not as positive as was intended.
After a third-round exit in the playoffs to nemesis East Los Angeles College, the Lady Lancers missed out on a trip to the state championship again.
In what feels like deja-vu all over again, the PCC Lancers potential trip to this years state tournament came to a disappointing end. For the third time in four years, PCC has been unable to overcome the ELAC Huskies, losing 78-53, in the third round of the Southern California Regional Playoffs this past Saturday.
With only five seconds left on the clock, the women’s basketball team managed to keep their playoff hopes alive with a crucial defensive play Saturday night.
After a dominant start to preseason, with the PCC women’s basketball team winning their first three out of five games by double digits, the Lancers suffered their first defeat to put their current preseason record at 8-1.
After only having eight players last year and having to play some players almost 40 minutes a game, Pasadena City College women’s basketball head coach Joe Peron knew he had to make it a priority to recruit heavy this offseason to make sure he has the depth to avoid a repeat.
“Nope, I’ll never coach.” Those were the words Joe Peron echoed to George Terzian, his former coach at PCC, when Terzian told him that he would make an incredible coach one day. As to why Peron never entertained the possibility of coaching when he was younger, he said he had seen other coaches embarrass their players, something he would never want to do. “They humiliate them, they spit on ‘em, and I thought I’d never coach,” Peron said. After transferring from PCC and graduating from …
As the 2017-2018 academic year comes to a close, so does all of the sports that PCC competes in. This year was a one to be proud of if you were a Lancer athlete as six teams made the playoffs, and three brought back championships.
After a slow start Thursday night, P women’s basketball came back to defeat San Diego city college 66-60.