There’s a first for everything and this season the Lancers have picked up more than just first time victories. This program has suffered for the past 40-plus years, but this year a legacy and culture have been built.
Joe Osorio is a man that is “going with the flow of life.” He hails from Ridgecrest in California’s High Desert. He played baseball for Burroughs High School and is taking some time off from sports to focus on his education, but hopes to return to baseball as either a professional player or a coach and is majoring in communications.
The long wait is over, Pasadena baseball captured their first conference title in 50 years after a thrilling 14-12 road victory at Mt Sac. The victory clinched sole possession of first place in the South Coast Conference North Division.
Disclaimer: I’ve somehow managed to avoid writing a real life sports story for the past 2 semesters, taking the easy route and writing profile stories about coaches and feature stories on events happening during games. The following is the Lifestyle Editor’s sarcastic attempt at covering a sports game. No baseball players were harmed in the process of writing this critical review.
The surging Pasadena baseball team won their 16th game of the season Thursday afternoon and remain tied for first place in the SCC North division race as the Lancers completed the season sweep at LA Harbor College, beating them on their own turf.
The Lancers division-leading baseball team won a thrilling extra inning conference game 7-6 over LA Harbor College on Tuesday at Brookside Park.
Despite a hot start to the season for Lancer baseball, winning their first six games, the team has lost consecutive games for the second week in a row.
The Lancers baseball team are on another three-game losing streak after a solitary win broke up their previous seven games without a win.
After a rough outing versus Mt. San Jacinto on Feb. 20, the men’s baseball team rebounded nicely with an 8-5 win over Ventura last Thursday before losing in dramatic fashion to Rio Hondo 3-2 over the weekend.
With March Madness just around the corner, the debate on whether or not college athletes should be paid is heating up. And while collegiate sports bring in large sums of money every year, college athletes should in no way receive a salary.