It had been 14 years in which Erica Perez had been blazing her way through soccer fields. 14 years of soccer being her reason to wake up, to pick up a ball, to practice drills for hours. 14 years of experiencing pre-game jitters instantly switching to game mode once the whistle blows. 14 years of soccer being a core source of her happiness, until one day, the story was no longer about soccer.
New women’s soccer head coach, Terryn Soelberg becomes the first female and full-time instructor in the history of PCC’s women soccer program.
Thanks to an aggressive game on Tuesday, Lancers Women’s Soccer drove home their first win of the season, with a 2-0 victory against Compton College, bringing their standing up to 1-7-3 at the game’s end.
Tuesday’s game redeemed the Lancer’s attack with a 1-1 draw against Long Beach Community College.
The PCC women’s soccer team lost 5-1 against the Fullerton College Hornets on a scorching Friday late afternoon, making it their fourth loss in the last six games.
Women’s soccer found their rhythm after a 3-0 win against San Diego City College on Friday.
The Pasadena women’s soccer team ended their season with sophomore goalkeeper Angelique Ulmer’s 13th career shutout, a 0-0 tie to Long Beach, and a lot of “what ifs.”
Goalkeeper Angelique Ulmer secured another home victory as well as a spot in the PCC record books with her 12th career shutout in the Lancers’ 2-0 win over ECC Compton on Friday afternoon.
Mt. SAC snuck a lone goal passed sophomore goalkeeper with just a minute left in injury time to defeat the Lancers’ women’s soccer team on Tuesday afternoon at Robinson Stadium.
It’s nearly impossible to catch Lancers women’s soccer head coach with anything but an ear-to-ear smile as he steps out onto the turf of Robinson Stadium. As he begins his second season as head coach, he already feels right at home.