Monday Oct. 5: A student reported that his vehicle was hit on Friday while it was parked in Lot 4, Level 1. Campus police reported that the incident is under investigation. A female student reported that she was walking on Foothill Blvd. and was hit by a female driver that was coming out of the CEC parking lot. The student said that she had some knee pain and didn’t take down any information from the driver. Tuesday Oct. 6: A student reported that his vehicle …
Lancers end their losing streak but begin another
The Lancers ended their losing streak by tying 1-1 against El Camino College on Friday but quickly tallied another loss in a 1-0 defeat against East Los Angeles College on Tuesday.
Police Blotter: Man seen ‘possibly exposing himself’
Monday Sept. 28: An administration member at the Community Educational Center stated a disabled student has reported being physically abused at his/her home. Student met with counselor and a psychiatrist was notified to meet with the student. Tuesday Sept. 29: A male reported being assaulted near the north side of the L building when he was bumped into while riding his skateboard. He stated that the man who bumped into him began to curse at him. A male student reported their backpack was stolen from …
Men’s soccer couldn’t find their rhythm against Mt. SAC
The Lancers’ foul-plagued men’s soccer team finished the game with nine players and lost their first conference game 4-0 against No. 5-ranked Mt. San Antonio College. Their losing streak is now at seven games. Freshman defender Jorge Mejia was sent off in the 4th minute and freshman midfielder Alex Goddard was sent off in the 60th minute.
Lancers losing streak now at 5 games
The Lancers men’s soccer team lost another non-conference game Friday, extending their losing streak to five games as San Diego Mesa College defeated them 5-2. The Lancers had a streak of 376 minutes without scoring going into this game and have allowed six unanswered goals dating back to their game-tying goal in the 74th minute against Santa Ana College on Sept. 1.
Coach Joe Peron will return to his players for 2015-2016 season
Women’s basketball head coach Joe Peron returned to his coaching position for his 20th season in 2015-2016 after being suspended following violations that occurred toward the end of last season.
Lancers get off to a slow start
The Lancers were unable to continue the momentum from Tuesday’s tie game against Santa Ana and lost to the Santiago Canyon College Hawks 2-0 on Friday.
Monday April 6: A call was received from the Pasadena Police Department informing of a female adult who was a victim of the theft of her medical marijuana card. The female stated she was involved in a “fight” with a White male adult who stole her medical card. Her last known location was the library. An officer responded, conducted an area check, and approached students in the area but none were aware of the incident. They were unable to locate the subject. Library staff contacted …
Baseball loses three to conference foes
After rallying from two runs down to tie the game, the Lancers gave up 11 runs in the last two innings to lose their third straight game to the El Camino College Warriors, 14-4, on Saturday afternoon. In their games against El Camino, the Lancers gave up five runs in the ninth inning on Tuesday, two runs in the sixth inning and seven runs in the eighth inning on Thursday, and eight runs in the seventh inning and three runs in the ninth inning on …
Softball wins second straight
Down by three runs with two outs in the first inning, all the Lancers wanted was an out to get them out of the hole and back on offense. The softball team maintained their strategy and beat the Los Angeles Harbor College Seahawks 6-5 on Wednesday afternoon on their home turf to improve their record to 10-5 overall.