Ariahn Givens, a sophomore two-sport water athlete at PCC, last year had one of her best yet. With water polo season ending and the swim season about to start, Givens hopes to improve on the progress she made last year.
After winning their season-opening game at the Los Angeles Valley tournament, the women’s water polo team suffered a tough loss against Chaffey College this past Wednesday during their South Coast Conference game opener.
The women’s water polo team suffered a crushing 16-4 defeat at the hands of the Cerritos Falcons on Wednesday afternoon.
The Women’s Water Polo team never trailed on Wednesday afternoon as they dominated the LA Trade Tech Beavers, 26-5, in their home opener at the PCC Aquatic Center.
Women’s water polo is treading rough waters after losing 11 straight games and falling to 0-8 in South Coast Conference.
In a game that saw Pasadena maintain a lead until the fourth quarter, Women’s water polo let a win slide through their fingers against Saddleback College Saturday, losing by just one point.
The Lancers were able to get freshman defender Scarlett Bonilla and utility player Jazmine Hernandez back in the water after missing last week’s game due to injuries.
The Lancers water polo team could not overcome a slow start against visiting South Coast rivals El Camino College and wound up losing 15-4 in a rout.
After numerous seasons of horrendous play, most of the Lancer sports teams have ended their seasons with losing records. This semester, football is 0-3. Water polo is worse, dropping its first four games. Volleyball has been unlucky with a 1-5 opening to the season (having to forfeit its first two games, which were wins.)
The women’s water polo team dropped their first two games against the Rio Hondo College Roadrunners and East Los Angeles College Huskies at the Aquatic Center on Sept. 18 in their season openers.