Lancers volleyball knocked out of regionals by Grossmont in thriller

In an incredibly close game filled with skill and intensity, PCC lost to Grossmont in a 3-2 match last Tuesday. Losing this match kicked the Lancers out of the Southern California Regionals final. The team proved to be an efficient and hardworking team, and ultimately lost to Grossmont by only 4 points in the final set. “We were very predictable and kind of did the same thing over and over with the same result and didn’t make a change,” coach Mike Terrill said. “But, I’m …

Lancers buck the Broncos in final game of tournament

Pasadena City College men’s basketball defeated LA Pierce 74-51 in the final game of the 5th annual Skip Robinson Classic tournament on Saturday. This is the Lancers’ third win in as many days, bringing their season record to 4 wins and 3 losses. In front of a modest crowd, the Lancers established an early lead with 14 uncontested points in the first few minutes and managed to maintain a 20 point lead over the visiting LA Pierce Broncos for the majority of the game. Attempting …

Lancers basketball looks to bounce back with tournament win

PCC’s basketball team will host the 5th annual Skip Robinson basketball tournament this week from Thu to Sat at 7 p.m. in Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. The Lancers (1-3) will play three back to back games against Barstow, Glendale and LA Pierce, respectively, giving the head coach Ryan Frazer a chance to live up to the tournament’s namesake and to celebrate the former athletic director Skip Robinson. This is Frazer’s “first semester, first year, first everything” as PCC’s 16th head coach in the school basketball team’s 99-year …

Lancers hold on to win despite late push from Victor Valley

The Lancers last home game of the regular season quickly opened with PCC leaving their opponent scoreless until the third quarter. Victor Valley made it a close fight with PCC’s second, and third string defensive squad in the end only losing by a mere five points. It was the sophomores last game as Lancers at PCC, ending their time at the school in front of the home fans before transferring to the next steps in their football careers. In the win, PCC improved their record …

Women’s Volleyball team gets raided by Vikings in 3-1 loss

With music blaring loud, the Lancers Women’s Volleyball team practiced before their game against Long Beach. Fired up from a good win, the team were ready to fight to keep their momentum going. However, despite putting up a good fight throughout the game, the Lancers volleyball team lost to The Long Beach Vikings 3-1. The team fought long and hard through each set, keeping the scores relatively close but failing to overtake the Vikings. The game got off to a rocky start, with loose coordination …

100-yard kick return lone bright spot in rain-soaked loss to Grossmont

A cacophony of noises is heard, from the beating of marching band drums to the PA system playing AC/DC, amping up the crowd and the Lancers football team in what will be a game filled with chaotic flag tosses, on-field scrums and an eventual rain dampened loss to Grossmont. Both teams came into the game with an 0-1 record in American Mountain League conference play, but only one came out on top. Grossmont won the coin toss giving PCC the choice of receiving or kicking. …

PCC women’s soccer confused by El Camino game plan in 5-1 loss

Despite their game being postponed due to the heat, the PCC Women’s Soccer team continued the ritual of their 12 p.m. practice under the scorching sun. By 4 p.m., their ritual would end under the watchful eyes of the competing El Camino Warriors as the game began. Coming off of 2 wins, they came into Tuesday afternoon confident that they were going to secure a win and continue their streak, according to Forward Andrea Sanchez. “I thought we had this one because we had prepared …