Beginning with an abysmal 1-2 record in the “We Play Hard” tournament, Lancers have seemed to turn a corner, winning their first official preseason with an impressive 90-63 score against El Camino.
When you think of golf, you think of Tiger Woods. He is one of the greatest golfers of all time. While Woods isn’t the same dominant force as he was over a decade ago, he has definitely faced his share of uphill battles. Many believed he would never win another championship again, but with his incredible playmaking and progression throughout the year, he shockingly won the 2018 Tour Championship, marking the greatest comeback ever seen in golf. Tiger Woods’ name is synonymous with golf, and …
Though Wednesday’s game resulted in a loss against El Camino, the Lancers were quick to dig their way back to a win at Friday’s game against LA Trade-Tech, setting a school record of 11 service aces by freshman Ariana Fatoohi. The Lancers fell short Wednesday night when they played against El Camino who is ranked No. 3 in the league. They started their first set strong but lost their aggressive mindset by the second. Head coach Mike Terrill emphasized that a big topic that was …
After missing the playoffs by one game last year, water polo looked like a force to be reckoned with in 2018; that dream has disappeared quickly however as they were defeated in their first three conference games this season.
The Lancers executed their first away game Saturday morning against the Santa Barbara Vaqueros 3-2, but fell short in the second game against the Bakersfield Renegades later that afternoon 0-3.
When Nike decided to use Colin Kaepernick as the face of their 30th “Just Do It” campaign, I was shocked, yet enthralled by their controversial decision. Kaepernick embodies the rights we all have as American citizens. To stand up for our beliefs and our rights to freedom of speech.
The Lancers looked promising Wednesday night, taking the first set of the night but let the next three slip from their grasp handing the Moorpark Raiders yet another win. In theme with the rest of this season, the team fell to 1-3 did not take home the victory.
The Lancers football team overcame four turnovers and a 4th quarter deficit Saturday to win their first home opener since 2011.
The Courier newsroom here on campus is fairly quiet for most of the week, with writers and photographers vicariously editing photos and articles to insure that they are ready for publishing on Wednesday nights. On Thursdays, however, the room is filled with the voices of the whole staff as they stand in front of the whiteboard projecting the front page of The Courier.
In the world of sprints, where a fraction of a second can mean the difference between the best runners and the rest of the pack, one lap catapulted Brennan Doyle, PCC’s second year track standout, from relative obscurity to the radars of college recruiters around the country.