PCC Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve Ryan Frazer as the new head basketball coach Wednesday, March 16 in the Crevling Lounge. “I picked PCC because of the opportunity I saw there,” Frazer said. “The location is ideal in terms of recruitment and students being able to drive to campus. I know the history of the program and know it is one of very few schools to be a multiple time state champion. The challenge of starting over doesn’t really scare me, it actually …
The men’s basketball season saw many ups and downs from dealing with injuries suffered by key players, to the team reaching the playoffs for the first time in four years but still fell short of even advancing to the second round.
The Lancers men’s basketball team ended the season with a blowout loss against Mount San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) and are looking forward to a new class of recruits next year.
After losing against Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) on Wednesday, the Lancers men’s basketball team managed to bounce back with a home victory against LA Trade Tech.
PCC’s women and men’s basketball games were held during a special Coaches vs. Cancer event Friday night.
After adding two additional losses to their losing record this season, the PCC men’s basketball team is looking to finish the last five games of the season strong.
The men’s basketball team will enter the upcoming season with only a handful of players that have experience on the Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium’s hardwood floor. The Lancers will be without some key pieces of last season’s team. Sophomore guard Dejon Williams was a large part of the team’s offense and averaged 15 points per game shooting 41 percent from the field, but he won’t return.
The Lancers’ men’s basketball team dropped another close home game Wednesday evening, losing 85-82 against East Los Angeles College. The tough defeat drops the Lancers to 11-14 on the season and likely ends the their chances of qualifying for the team’s second consecutive postseason appearance.
Despite a valiant second half comeback, the Lancers men’s basketball team was unable to pull off the upset, losing to the state’s No. 10 ranked Long Beach Vikings, 74-65, Wednesday evening at the Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
The Lancers’ men’s basketball team won their first home game of the season with a 69-61 victory over El Camino College on Wednesday.