In the eyes of most sports fans who enjoyed reading Grantland’s type of journalism, ESPN’s decision to close the site was a disappointment to them. But there wasn’t a definite reason to explain the closing. Was it due to the firing of founder and editor-in-chief Bill Simmons or is it the start of the end for online longform sports journalism? ESPN isn’t about the quality of work the company puts their name on necessarily. ESPN’s official statement said, “…We have decided to direct our time and …
Men’s soccer expect to improve next season with new coach
Head coach Edgar Manvelyan will resign as PCC men’s soccer head coach and his assistant coach Henry Cabral will take over. Manvelyan looks to continue with recruiting, scheduling, and fulfilling his duties as a coach during the offseason. He has four sophomores who will be moving on to the university level and he hopes to help them. Manvelyan said, “I will not have the time to fully commit.”
Lady Lancers take third place at Vaquero Shootout
The Lancers women’s basketball team took home the third place trophy in Glendale’s tournament over the weekend after a double-digit win on Thursday against Fullerton, a painful loss on Friday against Ventura, and a blowout win on Saturday against College of the Desert.
Women’s basketball comes up short in host tournament
The Lancers women’s basketball team squandered a double-digit lead they held for most of the championship game on Sunday and fell to Long Beach City College 62-57. Playing on their own home court was a big part of Pasadena’s 46-point win against Imperial Valley College on Friday and 53-point win against Pierce on Saturday. The home court played little advantage in the final game, as Long Beach fans’ noise echoed in the gymnasium during the entire 40 minutes of the game.
Men’s soccer sits in dead-last place in the conference
The Lancers’ men’s soccer team’s frustration with each other continued when they were outplayed by Cerritos in a 4-0 away loss before regaining their composure at El Camino College-Compton Center in a scoreless tie.
Women’s basketball overlook the potholes on the path to the trophy
Head coach Joseph Peron is entering his 20th season at PCC and despite the bumps in the road this offseason, he’s intent on reaching further milestones.
Lancers football gets trampled by Allan Hancock’s rushers
The first quarter of Saturday’s game was a seesaw battle with the Lancers scoring first, the Bulldogs’ answering with a touchdown of their own, then Pasadena dodging a bullet by completing a touchdown pass on fourth down.
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.
Men’s soccer win their first game of the season
The Lancers men’s soccer team was stunned in Friday’s loss to Cerritos College by a last-minute goal but redeemed themselves in Tuesday’s win over El Camino College-Compton Center to snap a nine-game winless streak.
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.