The Lancers keep a clean home record (8-0) after beating Rio Hondo and Chaffey College for the third time this season.
Lancers volleyball beat Chaffey College in four sets on Wednesday, their fifth win in a row and their second win of the South Coast Conference North Division.
Coming off of a three-game winning streak against El Camino College-Compton Center, the Lancers weren’t able to keep that same momentum flowing as they lost to Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) on Tuesday, 9-4, to drop the first game of the conference series.
PCC baseball snapped a four-game losing streak with a 10-5 win over LA Harbor, but lost yet another conference series 2-1.
The Lancers softball team slid back into the Bash at the Beach tournament after a two-game loss against top-ranked Fullerton (No. 6) and Saddleback (No. 9) on Saturday and responded with wins against Orange Coast College (OCC) and Golden West on Sunday.
Joseph Amador, a history major, served four years in the Navy as an Aviation Ordnanceman also known as “mag rats.” His job description involved building bombs and rockets, while also maintaining torpedoes, aerial mines and missiles. Spending most of his time on the USS Abraham Lincoln CVN 72 below the water line in the ship, he was unable to see the light of day for long periods of time.
PCC softball pulled off an intense game winning play in the last inning as Orange Coast College (OCC) tried to rally back, ending the game with a final score of 4-3 Saturday at OCC.
Lancers softball isn’t off to a great start. The recent shutout against Santa Barbara College on Saturday puts them on a three game losing streak as they fell 11-1 in a shortened five inning game due to the eight-run mercy rule.
It’s been a while since the Sierra Madre Playhouse (SMP) has produced a thrilling play. This season they’ve decided to change that by bringing back one of Broadway’s popular historic long-running thrillers, “Deathtrap”.
As soon as PCC alumni Rodon Ogilvie could describe how he felt about his recent transfer to Idaho State, a big smile appeared on his face as he said, “making history right now.” The last time a PCC athlete committed to Idaho State was 20 years ago.