After losing the past four games and only having one win under their belt, the women’s soccer team has come out victorious once again with a 6-2 final score against LA Valley College. The win did more than boost just their status, it brought confidence to the team who have had a rocky start to their season. Being on the road the last two weeks in a hundred degree weather has had an affect on the team as well as their fans. In particular Kristin …
“I’m going to fuck her up!”
Once undefeated at the start of the month, the Lancers suffered a terrible turn in fortune as they were delivered their worst home loss in the team’s history against Rio Hondo College on Tuesday and then fell to Cerritos College on Saturday.
The Pasadena City College women’s soccer team scored their biggest win in 20 years as they trounced the West Los Angeles Wildcats, 11-1, on Wednesday at Robinson Stadium.
The Lancers badminton team continue their perfect season by defeating East LA College Friday, 15-6, improving to a 4-0 overall record.
The Lancers women’s soccer team came away with their fourth win in five games against El Camino on Tuesday at Robinson Stadium. The Lancers set the tempo for the game right away at kickoff, finding the back of the net in the first 10 minutes of the game with Alexis Acosta’s goal. Typically, the Lancers have trouble getting goals in the first half but they looked strong coming out. El Camino battled with the Lancers in the midfield, making PCC fight hard for their second …
The women’s soccer team dropped two games over the weekend, extending their losing streak to five games with one game left to play.
The PCC women’s soccer team took to the road on Tuesday evening to Long Beach City College, looking for their first road win of the season. However, those plans will remain on hold, as the Lancers dropped their match to the Vikings, 4-0. The loss drops the Lancers to 4-7-3 (2-4-1), with their last win coming three weeks ago.