The Pasadena City College cross country team had a subpar season even due to head coach Armand Crespo being terminated before the South Coast Conference championships.
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On a gloomy Friday morning, the Pasadena City College cross country team took their talents to the 68th annual Mt. SAC invitational where the greatest athletes in the area compete. Over 23 schools showed up looking to achieve one goal: completing one of the most difficult courses in cross country.
After having a two-week break, The Pasadena City College cross country team took on the record breaking heat last Friday at Riverside College. The whole day started off rough for The Lancers, having a 30 minute delay due to a few teams not being on time for the race. The women were supposed to start at 10 a.m. but did not until 10:30. Many of the women runners were not happy considering that they had to warm up again. The race started at an aggressive …
On a hot Saturday morning, schools and all age groups across Southern California competed in the third annual Rose City Running Classic at Hahamonga Park.
The Pasadena City College women’s soccer team lost 3-1 to Mt. San Jacinto Friday night, dropping their third match in four games.
Pasadena City College’s football season opener vs. El Camino last Saturday night did not go as expected for new head coach Thom Kaumeyer in a tough 31-23 loss. During the first quarter, the Lancers had a great kickoff return to midfield, setting up freshmen quarterback Jett Evens. Evens and the offense drove 50 yards down the field in eight plays before capping the drive with a nine-yard touchdown pass to DaiCorri Briscoe. The defense had a decent first half, only allowing El Camino 15 points. …