With South Coast Conference playoffs on the horizon, hopes for Lancers seem to be slim but still possible as their two games against ELAC and Mt. San Antonio(MT.SAC) ended in ties keeping them in contention.
Following an unexpected loss against Rio Hondo, the men’s soccer team managed to redeem themselves by defeating Chaffey College 2-1 last week, keeping their playoff hopes alive and well.
After a brutal loss last week to Long Beach, the men’s soccer team were able to break out of a three game losing streak with a win against Compton College 2-1 in non-conference game on Tuesday.
After a loss against Mount San Antonio earlier in the week, the men’s soccer team slipped further away Friday night after losing to Rio Hondo 4-3 in the second half.
Men’s soccer emerged victorious at Glendale on Friday night, edging their neighbors out 2-0, to improve on their already great start to the season. The game was neck and neck throughout most of the 90 minutes, with both of the goals being scored at the end of each half. The rest of the game, however, was quite uneventful with only a few yellow cards on either side and some emotional comments between players. Lancer’s forward Eduardo Gonzalez scored the first goal with a header crossing …
The Lancers moved to an overall record of 2-2-1 after a heartbreaking 1-1 tie following a late stoppage time penalty kick goal by the state’s number one ranked Taft.
The Lancer defense allowed 2 goals in the first half against Antelope Valley on Friday, which was too much for the offense to overcome as the team would eventually go on to lose the game by a final score of 2-0.
“This is not a joke,” promised Will Ferrell back in 2016 when introduced at the LAFC ownership press conference. The third Major League Soccer team in Los Angeles finally had its home debut this Sunday, and a joke is not a word that could describe the event.
As a country, we are still in a World Cup blues after the United States flopped harder than the Falcons against the Patriots in Superbowl LI, after they carelessly blew their chances like Paris Saint-Germain against Barcelona in the Champions League, and after they broke the hearts of die-hard fans, similar to what the Astros did against Dodgers in the World Series. That being said, the United States Soccer Federation needs improvement in the league and the national team. Change is imminent. On the last …
It was never going to be an easy season for the men’s soccer team, coming into this season with only 5 returning players and 20 freshmen with no experience in community college soccer. The Lancers finished dead last at fifth place (1-6-1) in a competitive South Coast Conference and at an overall of 5-11-4 after 22 games.