Cross-country is tentatively having its first meet in February and its last meet in April. April is set to be the start for the track and field season. This means the cross-country season will overlap into the beginning of the track season, according to Head Coach Innocent Egbunike in an email. “We are hoping that with the way we train the athletes, we will not have any injuries,” said Egbunike. “But if we do, we have very capable athletic trainers that will help keep our …
As a part of their reaction to COVID-19, PCC suspended sports games and practices for an indefinite amount of time following the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAAs) unanimous vote last Thursday. This decision is suspending seven sports which will affect 109 athlete’s overall at PCC.
The track and field team had their first meet in two weeks, and while there was a slight delay due to weather conditions, the women’s team struggled early on, while the men’s time excelled throughout the day.
It has only been her first semester and freshman Olivia Ruiz has already proven to be an incredible runner for Pasadena City College. The San Marino High School graduate placed 33 out of 167 runners during the California Community College Athletic Association State Championship on Nov. 23 at Fresno’s Woodward Park.
The Lancers eagerly raced at the Golden West Invitationals Friday Sept. 20, at Central Park in Huntington Beach. The women’s team participated in the 5k run, placing eight out of 10, while the men’s team ran the four mile, placing eight out of 14.
Kessa Rychlick steps up to the starting line preparing herself for the 100 meter hurdles, the gun goes off, and in 15.75 seconds she’s broken the three year winning drought plaguing the women’s track team here at PCC.
Pasadena City College’s [PCC] track and field had a difficult season this spring semester as they faced multiple injuries throughout their meets, including Jared Whitt one of team’s promising athlete.
With no event wins for the men’s track and field team at this years South Coast Conference Prelims and championships from April 23-27, they were ultimately left out of the winners circle in the SCC finals, placing fifth out of six scoring colleges with a score of 34 points.
The Lancers Track and Field team had a busy and surprisingly underwhelming week at Cerritos College Tuesday and Saturday, as the South Coast Conference (SCC) Prelims and Championship meets transpired.
Jared Whitt honored Pasadena City College with a gold medal in the triple jump as well as contributed in getting silver medals in 4×100 and 4×400 meter relays, while Kessa Rychlik took fourth place in 400 meter and brought a bronze medal to the team in 4×100 meter relay on Friday in Arnie Robinson International at San Diego Mesa College.