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Power Show Highlights 2 Wins For Softball At Glendale Tourney (January 30)
Men's Cagers Give El Camino A Tuff Time, 69-61 (January 29)
PCC's Allison Lacey Playing Softball At CSUN (January 29)
Women's Hoops Rally Past 8th-Ranked ECC In OT, 70-66 (January 28)
Oxnard Spoils Baseball Coach McGee's Debut (January 27)
Softball Opens With Wild 13-9 Win At AVC (January 27)
PCC Spring Preview: Softball Expects Improvement In 2015 (January 26)
Harbor Foils Men's Basketball, 66-61 (January 24)
Hodges, Free Throws Help Women's Hoops Secure Harbor Victory (January 24)
PCC Spring Preview: New Coach Hopes To Change Baseball Fortunes (January 23)
Football Sends Two More To Next Level (January 22)
Coaches vs. Cancer Night At HP Gym Wednesday, Feb. 4 (January 22)
Women's Basketball Rallies For Win At Trade Tech (January 21)
Men's Cagers In 3-Way Tie For 2nd In SCC North (January 21)
Women's Cagers Can't Keep Up With State No. 1 Mt. SAC (January 16)

All the Sports News


Potential out-of-state athletes must print and then fill out an official agreement at the link above as an understanding of the necessary expenses needed to attend PCC. This document must be sent to the specific head coach for the sport in which the potential student-athlete intends on participating.
It can be sent via fax to:  626-585-7929 or can be scanned as an attachment and
e-mailed to the PCC head coach. Those e-mails can be found on the home page for each sport listed below "Athletic Programs" to the right of the screen.


Pasadena City College sponsors intercollegiate teams through the Kinesiology, Health & Athletics Division. The Lancer teams play (except for football) in the South Coast Conference, considered among the most competitive community college conferences in the nation. The PCC football team is a member of the Southern California Football Association as part of the National Northern Conference. PCC athletics is led by new Athletic Director John Woods, hired in June, 2011. Football coach Fred Fimbres and softball coach Brittany Williams were both new head coaching hires in Woods' first month on the job.

Pasadena City College offers 16 intercollegiate sports teams in 11 different sports.


  • Men/Women Cross Country
  • Men/Women Soccer
  • Women/Water Polo
  • Women/Volleyball
  • Men/Football
  • Men/Women Basketball


  • Men/Baseball
  • Women/Softball
  • Men/Women Track and Field
  • Men/Women Swimming and Diving
  • Women/Badminton

2011-2012 SCOREBOARD

Overall Record
Conference Record
Men's Basketball

FINAL 16-12

7-6, 2nd Place North Div.
Women's Basketball
FINAL 17-13,
15th Seed, SoCal Playoffs, Advanced to Round 2
5th Place
Men's Cross Country
FINAL 25th at SoCal Finals;
Sacripanti 101st

8th Place,
Angus Leung 31st

Women's Cross Country
FINAL 10th at CCCAA State Meet;
Elizabeth Lyons 53rd
3rd Place,
Lyons 9th
Men's Football
1-4, 5th
Men's Soccer
FINAL 7-10-4
2-9-3, 7th
Women's Soccer
FINAL 7-9-5
4-7-3, 5th
Women's Water Polo
FINAL 11-17
4-6, 6th
Women's Volleyball
FINAL 20-5, SoCal No. 6 Seed, Ranked 12th
In Final State Top 25 Poll
11-3, 2nd Place
Women's Badminton

Angie Ortiz Wins
CCCAA State Singles Crown;
35-match conference win streak going into 2013

SCC Champions;
Ortiz, SCC Singles Champion;
SCC Doubles Champion
Men's Baseball
FINAL 6-30
4-17, Tie 7th Place
Women's Softball
FINAL 9-30
4-17, 7th Place
Men's Swimming

Stephen To,
State Champion 200 Butterfly,
15th Place at CCCAA State Meet

6th Place at
SCC Championships
Women's Swimming

29th Place at CCCAA State Meet
Courtney Jensen, 12th, 1,650 Free

4th Place at
SCC Championships

Men's Track/Field
Luis Dorantes, 4th, 10,000;
Team 34th Place;
Caleb Wood
SCC Javelin Champion,
Conference Field Athlete of Meet
3rd Place,
Highest Finish in Men's Track since 1997
Women's Track/Field
Tenia Sebastian, 4th, 400 Hurdles;
Team 34th Place
6th Place

*-Football is SCFA National Northern Conference (starting 2012), all other sports South Coast Conference

2010-2011 Scoreboard

2009-2010 Scoreboard/Recent PCC Sports Accomplishments/Alumni Highlights

2008-2009 Scoreboard

If you are interested in more information and would like to contact the coach for a specific sport, please complete the section for each sport by hitting the sport link on the right side of this page, then clicking the "Interested Athletes" link on the home page for each specific sport. By filling out the questionaire for student-athletes and hitting submit, your player information will go directly to the head coach.

Athletics Website Coordinator/Sports Information: Robert Lewis,


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Go to Full Schedule

January 31, Saturday

Baseball: at Antelope Valley (Doubleheader-Game 2) 2:00 PM
Baseball: at Antelope Valley (Doubleheader-Game 1) 11:00 AM
Women's Softball: v. Gateway (Arizona) at Glendale Tournament 11:00 AM
Women's Softball: v. Oxnard at Glendale Tournament 3:00 PM
Women's Softball: v. Antelope Valley at Glendale Tournament 5:00 PM

February 3, Tuesday

Women's Softball: hosts Moorpark (Home Opener) 2:00 PM
Baseball: hosts Oxnard (Home Opener) 2:00 PM

February 4, Wednesday

Women's Basketball: hosts Long Beach City 7:00 PM
Women's Softball: at Citrus 2:30 PM
Men's Basketball: hosts Long Beach City 5:00 PM

February 6, Friday

Men's Basketball: hosts El Camino-Compton Center 5:00 PM
Women's Basketball: hosts El Camino-Compton Center 7:00 PM
Men's/Women's Track and Field: at South Coast Conference Opener TBA

February 7, Saturday

Women's Softball: at Southwestern 12:00 PM
Baseball: at West Los Angeles 12:00 PM

February 10, Tuesday

Women's Softball: at Cerritos (South Coast Conference Opener) 3:00 PM

February 11, Wednesday

Women's Basketball: hosts East Los Angeles 7:00 PM
Men's Basketball: hosts East Los Angeles 5:00 PM

February 12, Thursday

Women's Softball: hosts El Camino 2:00 PM

February 13, Friday

Baseball: hosts LA Valley 2:00 PM
Men's/Women's Swimming and Diving: SCC Pentathalon and Relays (Swimming Only) 12:00 PM

February 14, Saturday

Men's/Women's Swimming and Diving: SCC Relays (Diving Only) 12:00 PM
Baseball: hosts Rio Hondo 12:00 PM

February 17, Tuesday

Women's Softball: at Long Beach 3:00 PM

February 18, Wednesday

Men's Basketball: at Mt. San Antonio 5:00 PM
Women's Basketball: at Mt. San Antonio 7:00 PM

February 19, Thursday

Baseball: hosts LA Valley (at University of La Verne) 2:00 PM
Men's/Women's Swimming and Diving: Mt. SAC Invite (Diving Only) TBA
Women's Softball: at Mt. San Antonio 5:00 PM
Men's/Women's Track and Field: at Combined Events Challenge TBA

February 20, Friday

Men's/Women's Track and Field: at Day of the Baton Relays TBA
Women's Softball: hosts Pierce 2:00 PM
Men's/Women's Swimming and Diving: Mt. SAC Invite (Swimming Only) TBA
Baseball: hosts Ventura 2:00 PM
Women's Basketball: hosts LA Trade Tech 7:00 PM
Men's Basketball: hosts LA Trade Tech 5:00 PM

February 24, Tuesday

Baseball: hosts Los Angeles Mission 2:00 PM
Women's Softball: hosts LA Harbor 2:00 PM

February 25, Wednesday

Women's Basketball: SoCal Regional Playoff 7:00 PM
Men's Basketball: SoCal Regional Playoffs 7:00 PM
Women's Badminton: at East Los Angeles 3:00 PM

February 26, Thursday

Baseball: at Citrus 2:00 PM
Women's Softball: at East Los Angeles 3:00 PM

February 27, Friday

Men's/Women's Swimming and Diving: hosts Double Dual: v. Mt. SAC, Cerritos 12:30 PM
Women's Badminton: hosts El Camino College-Compton Center 2:00 PM

February 28, Saturday

Baseball: hosts West Los Angeles 12:00 PM
Women's Softball: at Glendale 12:00 PM
Men's/Women's Track and Field: at Cerritos Invitational TBA











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