Though Wednesday’s game resulted in a loss against El Camino, the Lancers were quick to dig their way back to a win at Friday’s game against LA Trade-Tech, setting a school record of 11 service aces by freshman Ariana Fatoohi. The Lancers fell short Wednesday night when they played against El Camino who is ranked No. 3 in the league. They started their first set strong but lost their aggressive mindset by the second. Head coach Mike Terrill emphasized that a big topic that was …
Emily Ahedo did not start her PCC athletic career the way she wanted to. En route to graduating at San Gabriel Mission High, Ahedo started looking into joining the Lancer volleyball team late. Debating between a two and four year college option, Ahedo made some last minute choices that affected her career. Much to Ahedo’s dismay, all the team spots were already filled by the time she decided she would come to a two year college. The PCC volleyball coach, Mike Terrill, made the …
Lancer volleyball continued to fight through a tough preseason winning only one out of their three matches this week at the Hutto-Patterson Gym dropping their record to a mediocre 3-6.
The Lancers executed their first away game Saturday morning against the Santa Barbara Vaqueros 3-2, but fell short in the second game against the Bakersfield Renegades later that afternoon 0-3.
The Lancers looked promising Wednesday night, taking the first set of the night but let the next three slip from their grasp handing the Moorpark Raiders yet another win. In theme with the rest of this season, the team fell to 1-3 did not take home the victory.
Lancers’ postseason has been cut short after falling to No. 2 MiraCosta in three sets (16-25, 20-25, 16-25) during round one of the SoCal Regional Playoff last Tuesday.
Lancers’ volleyball swept No. 18 Ventura College in a remarkable three set match (25-13, 25-19, 28-26) Saturday night at the SoCal Regional Playoffs, play-in-round.
Lancers’ volleyball were crowned SCC North title after defeating second place Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) Wednesday night in an electrifying four set match (24-26, 25-18, 25-20, 25-22) and are now locked in for playoffs.
Lancers’ volleyball narrowly defeated East Los Angeles College (ELAC) in a heated five set match Friday evening (15-25, 25-19, 17-25, 25-23, 15-9), successfully defending their first place title in the South Coast Conference North Division (6-0).
Just before the third set of their match against LA Trade Tech College (LATTC) Wednesday night, the Lancers volleyball team stood in an 89 degree gym exchanging energetic congratulations and cheerful laughter, while the LATTC Beavers wandered quietly towards their water coolers as PCC claimed their eighth win of their last 9 games, 25-9, 25-17, 25-12. The team had reason to be excited, having won the second set without using a single sophomore. The sophomores obliterated their competition 25-9 in the opening set and were …