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PCC Season Preview: Veteran Influence Key For Women's Volleyball (August 27)
PCC Season Preview: Goals A Priority For Women's Soccer in 2015 (August 26)
Football Team Preparing For 2015 Season (August 24)
Baseball Coach McGee Sends 5 Lancers To Next Level (August 11)
PCC 2015-16 Sports Hall of Fame Selections Announced (August 3)
PCC Baseball's Cage, Quire Lead Colorado Squad To CSL Championship (July 30)
PCC Men's Basketball's Faruk Oyalade Signs With UAV (July 21)

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:  626-585-7920 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.


INFO: Pasadena City College sponsors intercollegiate teams through the Physical Education area. The Lancers 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.

HISTORY: PCC is home of the 2012 state badminton singles champion in Angie Ortiz, the 2012 conference champions in women's volleyball and badminton; and the 2009 CCCAA state title by women's basketball. Baseball Hall of Famer and 20th Century icon Jackie Robinson, Los Angeles Lakers great Michael Cooper, 3-time Academy Award actor nominee Nick Nolte (football), NCAA basketball coaching Hall of Famer Jerry Tarkanian, and international soccer star Yura Movsisyan are some of the many famous PCC athletic alumni.

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

2012-2013 SCOREBOARD

Overall Record
Conference Record
Women's Basketball
FINAL 22-7, State No. 9 Ranked,
SoCal No. 6 seed,
Shay Jackson,
All-State 2nd Team

12-4, 3rd Place in SCC
Men's Basketball
FINAL 8-18
4-9, 4th Place in SCC North
Men's Cross Country
FINAL 22nd at CCCAA State Meet
Kevin Cano, 77th place

6th Place, Francis Lee, 18th

Women's Cross Country
FINAL 15th at CCCAA State Meet
Diane Lombardi, 42nd place
4th Place,
Diane Lombardi, 9th,
All-SCC 2nd Team
Men's Football
FINAL *3-7
*Bakersfield, Cerritos forfeit
1-5, 6th Place
Men's Soccer
FINAL 6-9-6
6-3-5, tied 4th Place
Women's Soccer
FINAL 12-5-5, SoCal Playoff Participant, 16th Seed
8-2-4, 2nd Place
Women's Water Polo
FINAL 11-17
4-6, 5th Place
Women's Volleyball
FINAL 21-5,
No. 5 SoCal Playoff Seed,
Regional Finalist,
State No. 7-ranked;
All-State Jackie Valle-Acosta

13-1, SCC Co-Champions
Co-MVP Jen Estrada;
Co-Coach of Year Tammy Silva
Women's Badminton
Angie Ortiz 3rd Place
In CCCAA State Singles

10-2, SCC Co-Champions
Angie Ortiz,
SCC Singles/Doubles Champion

Men's Baseball
FINAL 4-32
1-20, 8th Place,
Phillip Perez,
All-SCC 2nd Team
Women's Softball
FINAL 15-25

7-14, 6th Place,
All-SCC 1st Team
Katelyn Thordarson;
2nd Team-
Audrey Serna
Men's Swimming

25th at CCCAA State Meet
To 4th, 100 Butterfly,
6th, 200 Butterfly

2-5 Duals, 6th Place
Stephen To,
2-time Butterfly Champion
Women's Swimming
FINAL, 8th Place
at CCCAA State Meet,
Cheung, 2nd, 200 IM;
7th, 100 Back
PCC 800 Free Relay, 4th
Frederick, 4th, 100 IM
Frederick, 5th, 200 Free
PCC 200 Medley Relay, 6th
PCC 400 Free Relay, 6th
 2-6 Duals, 5th Place
Shannon Cheung,
SCC Swimmer of Year;
Coach of Year,
Terry Stoddard
Men's Track/Field
FINAL State 22nd Place,
Steven Williams, 4th,
High Jump
Caleb Wood, 6th, Javelin
SoCal 5th Place
3rd Place,
Caleb Wood,
Javelin, Discus Champion,
SCC Field Athlete
of the Meet
Shetty 200 Champ
C. White 400 Champ
Green 400H Champ
Women's Track/Field
FINAL State 9th Place,
Omhunique Browne,
CCCAA State Champion,
100, 200 meters;
SoCal Finals, 6th Place
SoCal 100, 200 Champion
3rd Place,
Omhunique Browne,
100, 200 Champion;
SCC Running Events Athlete of the Year and Finals Meet

*-Football is SCFA National Northern Conference, all other sports South Coast Conference

2011-2012 Scoreboard

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.

Sports Information Specialist/Athletic Website Editor: Robert Lewis,


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September 1, Tuesday

Women's Soccer: at Santa Ana (season opener) 2:00 PM
Men's Soccer: at Santa Ana (season opener) 4:00 PM

September 2, Wednesday

Women's Volleyball: hosts Mt. San Jacinto (season/home opener) 6:00 PM

September 4, Friday

Women's Soccer: hosts Moorpark (home opener) 3:00 PM
Men's Soccer: at Santiago Canyon 3:00 PM

September 5, Saturday

Football: at El Camino (season opener) 5:00 PM
Cross Country: at Mark Covert Classic (season opener) TBA

September 8, Tuesday

Women's Soccer: hosts Pierce 3:00 PM

September 9, Wednesday

Women's Volleyball: hosts Citrus 6:00 PM
Men's Soccer: at Chaffey 4:00 PM

September 11, Friday

Men's Soccer: hosts Rio Hondo (home opener) 4:00 PM
Women's Soccer: at San Diego City 3:00 PM
Women's Water Polo: at LA Valley Tournament TBA

September 12, Saturday

Football: hosts Grossmont (home opener) 6:00 PM
Cross Country: at UC Riverside Invitational TBA

September 15, Tuesday

Men's Soccer: hosts San Bernardino Valley 3:00 PM

September 16, Wednesday

Women's Volleyball: hosts Ventura 6:00 PM
Women's Water Polo: at Chaffey (SCC Opener) 3:00 PM

September 18, Friday

Women's Volleyball: v. Rio Hondo at Orange Coast Quad Tournament 2:00 PM
Women's Soccer: at Mt. San Jacinto 4:00 PM
Men's Soccer: hosts San Diego Mesa 3:00 PM
Cross Country: at SoCal Preview Meet TBA
Women's Volleyball: v. Glendale at Orange Coast Quad Tournament 4:00 PM

September 19, Saturday

Football: at Los Angeles Harbor 6:00 PM
Women's Water Polo: at El Camino Tournament TBA

September 22, Tuesday

Women's Soccer: hosts Glendale 3:00 PM

September 25, Friday

Women's Soccer: at Fullerton 4:00 PM
Women's Volleyball: at 6th Pierce Invitational TBA
Men's Soccer: hosts Cuyamaca 4:00 PM
Women's Water Polo: at Cabrillo Tournament TBA

September 26, Saturday

Football: hosts Canyons (SCFA NNC opener) 6:00 PM
Men's/Women's Cross Country: hosts Rose City Running Classic TBA

September 28, Monday

Women's Water Polo: hosts Long Beach City 3:00 PM - 12:00 AM

September 29, Tuesday

Men's Soccer: hosts Mt. San Antonio (SCC Opener) 3:00 PM
Women's Soccer: at Mt. San Antonio (SCC Opener) 4:00 PM










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