Born and raised on the beautiful island of Kauai, 19 year old twins Shawna and Shane Ogata bring their academics, athleticism, and their Hawaiian hospitality to PCC. Both majoring in business, Shawna played two seasons for the Lancers volleyball team, while Shane plays baseball. The twins share a passion for the beach and their natives roots but what makes them stand out is the love they have for each other. Unlike most siblings, Shane and Shawna are best friends.
Despite a tremendous outing by pitcher Pica Madrid, Pasadena softball was eliminated in the first round of the CCCAA Regional Playoffs after losing an extra inning thriller on the road against fourth seeded Palomar College on Saturday.
Having a ruff day? Visit Dog Cafe, nestled in LA’s dog-friendly neighborhood Silverlake for a large selection of coffee, tea and furry four legged companions.
The long wait is over, Pasadena baseball captured their first conference title in 50 years after a thrilling 14-12 road victory at Mt Sac. The victory clinched sole possession of first place in the South Coast Conference North Division.
Led by an explosive offensive performance, Pasadena baseball defeated Rio Hondo College 10-4 on Thursday afternoon at Brookside Park, extending their lead in the SCC North Division race.
The surging Pasadena baseball team won their 16th game of the season Thursday afternoon and remain tied for first place in the SCC North division race as the Lancers completed the season sweep at LA Harbor College, beating them on their own turf.
The Lancers division-leading baseball team won a thrilling extra inning conference game 7-6 over LA Harbor College on Tuesday at Brookside Park.
Lancers baseball bested Long Beach City College (LBCC) for the first time since 2014 in a thrilling 3-2 grudge match last Thursday afternoon at Brookside Park.