The Lancers swim team made a huge statement during the three-day South Coast Conference Championship by walking away with 11 event wins in hand and multiple awards recognizing the players and coaches.
Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) ended Pasadena women’s swimming 18 dual meet win streak, beating Pasadena 138-136 at the aquatics center Friday afternoon.
The women’s swim team dominated both opposing teams in the first South Coast Conference double dual of the season against East Los Angeles College and Long Beach City College on Friday. It was the team’s 14th consecutive conference duals win and since 2014 they won 17 of their 18 meets.
Ariahn Givens, a sophomore two-sport water athlete at PCC, last year had one of her best yet. With water polo season ending and the swim season about to start, Givens hopes to improve on the progress she made last year.
The Lancers finished the Citrus Tournament with a 1-2 record over the weekend after coming into the tournament on a three-game win streak.
After earning their first victory in the South Coast Conference versus El Camino last week in dominant fashion, the women’s water polo team scurried away from East Los Angeles with a 8-4 victory on Wednesday to improve to .500 in conference play and overall.
After winning their season-opening game at the Los Angeles Valley tournament, the women’s water polo team suffered a tough loss against Chaffey College this past Wednesday during their South Coast Conference game opener.
The Lancers women’s swim team is preparing for the 2015 CCCAA State Championships that begin Thursday at East Los Angeles Community College and continue for three days through the weekend.
Coming off a perfect 8-0 dual conference title in the South Coast Conference, women’s swimming is poised to make a run at the SCC Championship title this weekend at East Los Angeles College.
Women’s swimming came out on top against rival Mt. San Antonio College and Cerritos College in a double dual, scoring 157-117 and 175-96 respectively in the first round of South Coast Conference games on Friday at the Aquatic Center.