Being the only sports team at Pasadena City College (PCC) to make it to the South Coast Conference (SCC) North Division Playoffs, the Lancers were fully prepared, however, going up against the number one ranked team in the state proved to be harder than expected. The Lasers’ title remains intact, having only lost one match in the last two seasons, after beaming victory away from the Lancers in a three set match ( 25-27, 22-25, 18-25) Tuesday night at Irvine Valley College. PCC did not …
Pasadena City College women’s volleyball team were able to get revenge for their loss to Mt.San Antonio two weeks ago by beating them this past Saturday in a SoCal Regional Playoff Play-In Round match.
After lancing the Roadrunners at home on Wednesday, the Lancers poached the Panthers on their own court Friday to win their second consecutive South Coast Conference (SCC) North Division championship lead by head coach Mike Terrill, who holds two conference titles in just three seasons.
The Lancers took home their fourth South Coast Conference victory of the season Wednesday evening after defeating East Los Angeles College in a three set match.
The Lancers effortlessly defeated the LA Harbor Seahawks in three-sets Wednesday night at the Hutto-Patterson Gym in their last non-conference match of the season.
With two away games this past week, the Lancers did not let victory come easy to the Riverside Tigers Wednesday night and put up a respectable fight against the Long Beach Vikings as well on Friday night.
The Lancers easily crushed their away game against Rio Hondo on Wednesday and in a nail biting victory here at home on Friday night, snatched the lead from Chaffey, and claimed the 5-set win, making them 3-1 for conference matches.
The PCC women’s volleyball team began the 2018 South Coast Conference on the wrong foot after losing to East Los Angeles College in a five-set home game Wednesday evening. Last year, the Lancers won the 2017 SCC North title with a flawless 8-0 performance. While hoping to snag another win after pummeling LA Trade-Tech 3-0 last Friday, the Lancers did not expect for ELAC’s defense to knock them out of the Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium with a 3-2 loss, scoring 25-20, 16-25, 25-20, 15-25, 15-12. The Huskies …