Once undefeated at the start of the month, the Lancers suffered a terrible turn in fortune as they were delivered their worst home loss in the team’s history against Rio Hondo College on Tuesday and then fell to Cerritos College on Saturday.
The Pasadena City College women’s soccer team scored their biggest win in 20 years as they trounced the West Los Angeles Wildcats, 11-1, on Wednesday at Robinson Stadium.
A mob of red and gold jerseys stormed Mt. San Jacinto’s half of the field, unleashing a flurry of passes leading to the first of many points for the Lancers. Although the Lancers had a slow and steady start, only able to score one point in the first half, the second half erupted when various PCC attackers scored seven points in rapid succession.
Thanks to an aggressive game on Tuesday, Lancers Women’s Soccer drove home their first win of the season, with a 2-0 victory against Compton College, bringing their standing up to 1-7-3 at the game’s end.
The Pasadena City College (PCC) women’s soccer team has come a long way since their 6-0 start. Although there were some tough obstacles and competition, the team ended their year with positive lessons.
The Pasadena City College (PCC) women’s soccer team has come a long way since their 6-0 start. Although there were some tough obstacles and competition, the team ended their year with positive learnings. The start of a 6-0 season set off the team to great expectations. Yet, during the East Los Angeles College (ELAC) game on the evening of October 3, the first SCC North game for the Lancers ended a 1-1 draw. Creating risky moves during this game, Coach Reggie Rivas made the switch …
Coming into Friday’s game at Rio Hondo with high hopes of moving on to playoffs, PCC women’s soccer earned a devastating result with a 4-0 loss, ending their season without a playoff berth.
After earning another conference win last Friday against East Los Angeles, PCC’s women soccer team kept the momentum going with 1-0 victory against Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) on Tuesday. This win pushed the Lancers out of their fifth place SCC rank to a third place tie with Mt. SAC.
After two consecutive SCC Crossover wins, the Lancers suffered a 0-3 loss at last Friday’s game against Cerritos College.