The smell of freshly mowed grass is blown from the surrounding field into the dugout, where nervous, sweaty palms are rampant and eager shoes tap anxiously on the dusty ground. An eager dad awaits in the stands ready to cheer at first bat. Walking on to home plate, navy helmet weighing heavy on her head, Angel Wintercorn approaches the tee which is nearly as tall as she is. One of only three girls on the team, she stares at the ball determinedly and swings.
The Lancers pushed through the 2018 season with several successful streaks, and had momentum going into the playoffs.
In the final game of the regular season last weekend, the Lancers failed to maintain a two-run lead in the final inning allowing Moorpark to hand them a crushing 6-5 defeat; regardless, the Lancers finished the season in second place in the SCC North, good enough for a spot in the Southern California Regional Playoffs. 12th seeded PCC will be facing Santiago Canyon this Friday in a three game series to determine who will advance into round two of the playoffs. The Lancers finished the …
The Lancers’ 9-game win streak was snapped Tuesday by Mt. San Antonio College (Mt.SAC), the conference leader and one of the top ranked teams in the state.
The Lancers proved their prowess on the field Friday winning both sides of a doubleheader to extend their win streak to nine games. The wins came against Glendale City College and Golden West College at Robinson Park on a sweltering spring day.
The PCC baseball team sat in the stands on Wednesday, encouraging PCC softball pitcher Angel Wintercorn as she settled into her first no-hitter of the season and an eventual 12-0 mercy rule victory over Compton College.
After snapping their losing streak last week, softball took another win on Thursday, in a landslide 11-0 victory at Rio Hondo College (RCC) bringing their overall record to 7-6.
After struggling in the beginning of the match, the Lancers won the battle against East Los Angeles College (ELAC) Thursday evening with major clutch hits. PCC is now 4-1 in SCC North and just one game behind first place Mt. SAC.
Pasadena softball is now 5-5 overall after rallying late in the fifth inning to beat Long Beach City College (LBCC) two runs to one at home on Wednesday and embarrassing El Camino College Compton Center (ECCC) fourteen runs to none on the road Friday.