At first glance, Robert Morgan looks like a normal football player. But when he is talking about his future on and off the field, he believes his fate is in his hands.
Interim track and field coach Bobby Godinez accepted the vacant head football coaching position at East Los Angeles College to take effect in the 2016-2017 season.
The PCC women’s basketball team was unable to contain East Los Angeles College’s penetration offense and fell to their SCC-North rivals 58-45 in the third round of the playoffs. The Huskies dominated on both ends of the floor throughout the game and held the Lancers scoreless for minutes on end on multiple occasions. Though Pasadena played hard to fight back after being behind, it wasn’t enough to come out with the victory. Head coach Joe Peron said his team played in spurts and it affected …
Whether the football players like it or not, Thomas Maher is returning to PCC as the new football head coach, but he faces an uphill battle on and off the field. Maher will replace current head coach Thom Kaumeyer, who many players fought to keep last Wednesday at the Board of Trustees meeting. Maher coached at PCC from 1996-2004 before being fired and was brought back in 2005 as a receivers coach through the offseason and the first game of the season before being laid …
The women’s basketball team got over the hump that was Rio Hondo’s late-game push and defeated the Roadrunners, 65-54, in coach Joe Peron’s 50th playoff win to move on to the next round of the SoCal Regional playoffs.
The women’s basketball team was unable to upset Mt. SAC after only making one basket in their 55-43 loss on Friday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
Despite pleas from PCC football players to retain their coach during the Board of Trustees meeting yesterday, the board unanimously decided to name Fullerton quarterbacks coach Tom Maher the new head coach of the Lancers football team.
The Lady Lancers extended their winning streak to three after two away games with a lopsided 87-30 win over El Camino College-Compton Center on Feb. 10 and an impressive 77-53 win against a frustrated SoCal Region No. 7 East Los Angeles College on Feb. 12.
The Lady Lancers fell to South Region’s No. 2 Mt. San Antonio College last Wednesday 96-71 but successfully defeated Los Angeles Trade Technical College last Friday 58-51 to even the matchup record and move to third in the SCC-North standings.
As the first division game is approaching for the women’s basketball team, the Lancers plan to stay in good spirits despite their uneven play so far. They are currently 11-9 overall and sit tied for No. 14 in the South Region rankings.