The PCC baseball team came into Tuesday’s series opener against Mt. SAC on yet another losing streak. Losers of their last five in a row and nine of their last 10, the Lancers hadn’t scored a run in their last couple of games. Fortunately, that all changed on Tuesday, as PCC did just enough to win the ballgame 2-0.
Education is more valuable
With the NCAA hosting its annual College Basketball Championship Tournament, or as most people know it, March Madness, the recent debate about whether student athletes should recieve a paycheck or not has been raging. During March Madness, companies from all over get to cash in on a great opportunity to advertise their products with millions of people around the country tuning in to watch the games. The NCAA sure is making millions of dollars off this and their athletes do not receive a single dime. Many …
Lancers handle ECC Compton, Peron wins 450th game
With the two best players on the PCC women’s basketball team not on the court Friday night against ECC Compton, the Lancers would need a solid game from the reserves. Not only did they deliver one, but they eased to a 62-39 victory over the Tartars.
Men’s baketball defeats Trade Tech
Coming off a tough three-point loss to Mt. SAC last Friday, the PCC Men’s basketball team bounced back on the road when they traveled to Los Angeles Trade Tech and defeated a winless Beavers team.
Women’s soccer drops fifth straight
The women’s soccer team dropped two games over the weekend, extending their losing streak to five games with one game left to play.
Sorority hazing must stop
College fraternities may be rooted as part of college culture and part of the college experience to many. However, fraternities have been in the news for incidents regarding racism and sexual violence.
Women’s soccer remain winless on the road
The PCC women’s soccer team took to the road on Tuesday evening to Long Beach City College, looking for their first road win of the season. However, those plans will remain on hold, as the Lancers dropped their match to the Vikings, 4-0. The loss drops the Lancers to 4-7-3 (2-4-1), with their last win coming three weeks ago.
Is American Football too dangerous?
American football has been around for many decades. Throughout all those decades, times have changed. Football used to be a sport where you only wore a helmet over your head and some pads to cover your legs. Now, you have a helmet with a facemask, pads over your shoulders and chest area, and pants that have padding everywhere.
Should Bill Simmons have been suspended?
In an NFL season that has been filled with controversy and turmoil through the first month of the 2014 regular season, the drama continues. This time, the biggest sports network in America, ESPN, is now involved.
Football grabs second straight victory
Coming into Saturday’s game against the College of Canyons Cougars, the PCC football team hadn’t won back-to-back games since 2010… All that has changed.