A challenging battle awaited the lady Lancers as they entered the second-round of the playoffs, and would soon face a disappointing end to their season. The Lancers lost by an 11-point margin, 58-47, to Mt. San Jacinto Eagles on Friday.
After the last home-game victory for the season was played on Wednesday night against L.A. Trade-Tech, the Lancers suffered a tough loss during Friday’s away game against Mt. San Antonio College, with a close 4-point loss that would make their journey into playoffs not as positive as was intended.
The PCC women’s basketball team was unable to contain East Los Angeles College’s penetration offense and fell to their SCC-North rivals 58-45 in the third round of the playoffs. The Huskies dominated on both ends of the floor throughout the game and held the Lancers scoreless for minutes on end on multiple occasions. Though Pasadena played hard to fight back after being behind, it wasn’t enough to come out with the victory. Head coach Joe Peron said his team played in spurts and it affected …
The women’s basketball team got over the hump that was Rio Hondo’s late-game push and defeated the Roadrunners, 65-54, in coach Joe Peron’s 50th playoff win to move on to the next round of the SoCal Regional playoffs.
The women’s basketball team was unable to upset Mt. SAC after only making one basket in their 55-43 loss on Friday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
The Lady Lancers extended their winning streak to three after two away games with a lopsided 87-30 win over El Camino College-Compton Center on Feb. 10 and an impressive 77-53 win against a frustrated SoCal Region No. 7 East Los Angeles College on Feb. 12.
The Lady Lancers fell to South Region’s No. 2 Mt. San Antonio College last Wednesday 96-71 but successfully defeated Los Angeles Trade Technical College last Friday 58-51 to even the matchup record and move to third in the SCC-North standings.
Despite looking impressive before conference play, the Lancers women’s basketball team is now 1-2 after falling to East Los Angeles College (ELAC) 47-51 Wednesday night at home.
The Lancers women’s basketball team squandered a double-digit lead they held for most of the championship game on Sunday and fell to Long Beach City College 62-57. Playing on their own home court was a big part of Pasadena’s 46-point win against Imperial Valley College on Friday and 53-point win against Pierce on Saturday. The home court played little advantage in the final game, as Long Beach fans’ noise echoed in the gymnasium during the entire 40 minutes of the game.
Head coach Joseph Peron is entering his 20th season at PCC and despite the bumps in the road this offseason, he’s intent on reaching further milestones.