PCC’s softball team took another loss against El Camino due to the lack of hits that resulted in a final score of 5-2.
Heading into their off-season Lancers softball did not perform in the playoffs as the athletes, their coaches, or the school, had fully hoped, but still managed to impress themselves and secure rank number 9 in Southern California (SoCal) and the State as a whole.
With only six games left in the season, the Lancer’s Women Softball team has won double as many games as they’ve lost. This past week, the team played an eventful series of games, with an initial loss to Mt. San Antonio Community College, followed by a victorious home win against Los Angeles Harbor.
In the final game of the regular season last weekend, the Lancers failed to maintain a two-run lead in the final inning allowing Moorpark to hand them a crushing 6-5 defeat; regardless, the Lancers finished the season in second place in the SCC North, good enough for a spot in the Southern California Regional Playoffs. 12th seeded PCC will be facing Santiago Canyon this Friday in a three game series to determine who will advance into round two of the playoffs. The Lancers finished the …
After boasting a 9-1 record over a 10 game stretch, PCC’s softball team entered a non-conference weekend series with a target on their backs. In attempts to prove that they deserve such a titanous record, they ended up at a mediocre 1-2 as they head back to playing meaningful games.
The Lancers’ 9-game win streak was snapped Tuesday by Mt. San Antonio College (Mt.SAC), the conference leader and one of the top ranked teams in the state.
The Lancers proved their prowess on the field Friday winning both sides of a doubleheader to extend their win streak to nine games. The wins came against Glendale City College and Golden West College at Robinson Park on a sweltering spring day.
The PCC baseball team sat in the stands on Wednesday, encouraging PCC softball pitcher Angel Wintercorn as she settled into her first no-hitter of the season and an eventual 12-0 mercy rule victory over Compton College.
After struggling in the beginning of the match, the Lancers won the battle against East Los Angeles College (ELAC) Thursday evening with major clutch hits. PCC is now 4-1 in SCC North and just one game behind first place Mt. SAC.
Pasadena softball suffered a tough loss against El Camino College (ECC) on Tuesday, losing 7-2 on the road.