A last minute goal gave the Lancers a 2-1 win over Rio Hondo Friday at El Camino College, ending the season with PCC placing 5th in the South Coast Conference Tournament.
After going on the road Tuesday and losing 2-0 to El Camino the men’s soccer team came back home and got an impressive 4-2 win over undefeated Cerritos Friday afternoon.
Despite being knocked out of contention for the South Coast Conference playoffs, the Lancers played their highest scoring game in sixteen years against Imperial Valley on Thursday, beating them 7-0 and continuing their season.
After a loss against LA Harbor earlier in the week, the men’s soccer team ended their three game losing streak with a 4-3 road win against Long Beach Friday night.
After a loss earlier in the week to Mt. San Antonio (5-2), the Men’s soccer team failed to get another win after a 2-0 loss on the road to the Huskies.
Scorching temperatures failed to slow the Lancers as they blazed past Allan Hancock at Robinson Stadium on Friday, netting a 2-0 victory over the Bulldogs.
The Lancers fielded 19 freshman in their 24-man squad, which exposed these 18 year olds against more seasoned, stronger and tactically astute 22 and 23-year-old opposition. According to head coach Edgar Manvelyan, this was the major reason for his team’s displeasing season.