The Lancers track and field team started their season with the South Coast Conference Opener hosted by Mt. San Antonio College on Feb. 6.
On an overcast afternoon, the men’s and women’s track and field teams broke a sweat preparing for their first meet of the 2015 season. Once again headed by Armand Crespo, who’s served as head track coach in the 2008-2010 seasons, the teams consists primarily of new talent. Staying on the safe side of his prediction, Crespo has his eye on a few diamonds in the rough that may be contenders at the state championships. “It’s really hard to say. There’s some particular athletes out here …
Lancer runner Breanna Clark is quickly becoming a standout star this season out on the track and she didn’t disappoint at the Mt SAC Relays on Saturday.
Attaining a college degree, pursuing a music career, and training for the 2016 Olympics are all commendable, full time commitments by themselves. Pasadena Sophomore Sophia Kapri is currently tackling all of these things at once.
The track and field team is having one of the better seasons of any PCC sports team this semester, but lately it’s been the athletes who throw barbaric objects through the air for distance who are turning heads.
Not only is Lancer runner Breanna Clark one of the best in Southern California at what she does, but she also has to overcome an obstacle not many other runners have to take on; autism.
Alongside top universities from around California, the PCC track and field team competed at the CSUN invitational on Saturday, snatching up first places and several personal records.