PCC’s baseball team battled late with a three-run 7th inning, and were able to beat Santa Barbara 6-3 on Wednesday afternoon, improving their overall record to 9-6. Starting pitcher Nathan Garkow got off to a rocky start in the 1st inning. After getting two quick outs, Garkow gave up solid contact to the opposing team and yielded three runs. “I knew coming into today that [Santa Barbara] is a good hitting team,” Garkow said. “I was leaving the ball up in the zone in the …
Women’s soccer conclude promising season
The Pasadena City College (PCC) women’s soccer team has come a long way since their 6-0 start. Although there were some tough obstacles and competition, the team ended their year with positive learnings. The start of a 6-0 season set off the team to great expectations. Yet, during the East Los Angeles College (ELAC) game on the evening of October 3, the first SCC North game for the Lancers ended a 1-1 draw. Creating risky moves during this game, Coach Reggie Rivas made the switch …
Water Polo have positive season, despite poor record
Despite the overall season record of 9-16, the Lancers women’s water polo have managed to maintain a strong bond and focus on what to improve on for next season. “Every season concludes with the enjoyment of the sophomores participating for two years and what they brought to the team environment and to our play,” said Coach Terry Stoddard. “One of the takeaways would be to replace what they contributed with incoming freshmen and the sophomores that are returning next year.” The Lancers faced their third …
Men’s soccer end disappointing season with loss
It was a dreary Friday afternoon for the PCC men’s soccer team as they lost their final game of the season to Rio Hondo College 3-0.
Women’s soccer end season by missing playoffs
Coming into Friday’s game at Rio Hondo with high hopes of moving on to playoffs, PCC women’s soccer earned a devastating result with a 4-0 loss, ending their season without a playoff berth.
Lancers volleyball comfortably beats Beavers
Just before the third set of their match against LA Trade Tech College (LATTC) Wednesday night, the Lancers volleyball team stood in an 89 degree gym exchanging energetic congratulations and cheerful laughter, while the LATTC Beavers wandered quietly towards their water coolers as PCC claimed their eighth win of their last 9 games, 25-9, 25-17, 25-12. The team had reason to be excited, having won the second set without using a single sophomore. The sophomores obliterated their competition 25-9 in the opening set and were …
Lancers collapse vs 10-man Cerritos
After allowing four goals to Cerritos for the second time this season, PCC goalkeeper Andrew Espinoza turned towards his sideline and flung off his goalie glove, cracking it like a whip; Friday’s 4-1 loss came to a Falcon team which played with 10 men for over half the match.
El Camino shatters volleyball’s six game win streak
An often thunderously loud Hutto Patterson gymnasium was eerily quiet Friday night, filled with the dull murmurs of conversations recognizing that the Lancers’ 6-game win streak was coming to a sudden end, as they lost to the El Camino Warriors (25-21, 25-13, 25-13).
Victory over Long Beach ends soccer’s winless slump
The Lancers climbed out of their 7-game winless streak with a triumphant 2-1 win against Long Beach City College.
Controversy in Lancer’s second home game
The Lancers second home game was filled with goals and controversy, however it was Rio Hondo College who ended up on top, winning 3-2 after a tense 90 minutes of play.