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SPORTS NEWS 2011 - 2012

coppingFormer PCC Pitcher Copping Signs With Seattle Mariners

Cameron Copping, a top pitcher for the Pasadena City College baseball team in 2009-2010, signed a minor league, free agent contract with the Seattle Mariners Thursday. Copping led the Lancers in innings pitched and strikeouts during his two Lancers' seasons, earning a scholarship to the University of Buffalo (N.Y.).

Release date 6-30-2012

rangelAlumni Spotlight: Two-Sport Star Rangel Excels At Texas Wesleyan

Although Marissa Rangel has moved on from the Pasadena City College softball and volleyball programs, her experiences as a two-sport Lancer have followed her throughout her successful playing career at Texas Wesleyan University.

Release date 6-21-2012

mhopkinsVolleyball's Hopkins Advancing To New York Mercy College

Mallorie Hopkins, a two-year letterman on the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team, accepted a playing/academic scholarship to attend Mercy College, a NCAA Division II institution located in Dobbs Ferry, New York.

Release date 6-19-2012

martinFormer PCC Water Polo Coach Martin Profiled In CNN/Sports Illustrated Feature

Nicholas Martin, who spent 27 years as head coach of the Pasadena City College men's water polo team, will be profiled in the June 18 issue of Sports Illustrated. Martin participated in a video interview held at PCC's Aquatic Center as part of an in-depth feature by CNN/SI on the 1956 Hungarian Olympic team. 

Release date 6-13-2012

laceyWomen's Basketball Center Tonisha Lacey Headed To Prairie View A&M

Pasadena City College women's basketball center Tonisha Lacey will continue her education and playing career at NCAA Division I Prairie View A&M University (Texas) with a full, two-year athletic scholarship. Lacey, an All-South Coast Conference First Team selection and two-year Lancers' letterman, picked PVAMU after also considering offers from Cal State Northridge, Cal State Fullerton, San Francisco, and Hawaii Pacific.

Release date 6-4-2012

toPCC's To, Liu, Velasquez Make All-American Swimming List

After capturing the CCCAA State 200-yard butterfly title, Pasadena City College swimmer Stephen To learned his 1:50.52 time finished second fastest in the nation. To earned 2012 All-American honors in both the 200 and 100-butterfly events (ninth in the nation). 

Release date 6-1-2012

ortiz/crumpBadminton's Ortiz, Basketball's Crump 2011-2012 PCC Athletes Of The Year

The Pasadena City College Kinesiology, Health & Athletics Division named women's badminton player Angie Ortiz and men's basketball player Givon Crump as the 2011-2012 PCC Athletes of the Year. 

Release date 5-21-2012

dorantesTrack's Dorantes, Sebastian 4th In State Meet Events

Pasadena City College sophomores Luis Dorantes and Tenia Sebastian finished in fourth place in their respective events at the CCCAA State Track and Field Meet held May 18-19 at Cerritos College. The Lancers' 2011-2012 athletic sports season concluded with the state championships. 

Release date 5-20-2012

Start Race Times Released For State Track/Field

Pasadena City College track and field athletes Luis Dorantes and Tenia Sebastian will each be running in the evening in their respective events at the CCCAA State Championships at Cerritos College Friday-Saturday, May 18-19.

Release date 5-16-2012

lyons, barraganPCC's Sebastian 3rd In 400 Hurdles At SoCals

Sophomore Tenia Sebastian placed third in the 400-meter hurdles in what was the lone highlight for the Pasadena City College track and field teams in the Southern California Finals meet Saturday at San Diego Mesa College.

Release date 5-13-2012

ortizAngie Ortiz Captures State Badminton Singles Title

Freshman Angie Ortiz performed a Pasadena City College athletics first Saturday afternoon. The Lancer captured the CCCAA State Individual Singles championship, the first by a PCC player in the 13 years of California Community College women's badminton. In the finals match at San Diego City College, Ortiz rallied from a set down to defeat City College of San Francisco's Evonne Zheng, 18-21, 21-12, 21-12.

Release date 5-12-2012

givon crumpPCC Men's Basketball Star Givon Crump Signs With D-1 Cal State Fullerton

Pasadena City College men's basketball sophomore Givon Crump, who led the South Coast Conference in scoring this past season, signed a 4-year university scholarship offer to attend NCAA Division I Cal State Fullerton. Crump is expected to play at the small forward position.

Release date 5-9-2012

ortiz-gutierrezOrtiz Earns SCC Singles, Doubles Individual Championships

Pasadena City College women's badminton freshman Angie Ortiz went the 3-set distance in winning both the singles and doubles titles at the South Coast Conference Individual Tournament held May 4 at the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club. 

Release date 5-7-2012

sebastianWomen's Track Sebastian Qualifies For SoCal Finals

Pasadena City College women's sophomore Tenia Sebastian raced the third fastest time in the 400-meter hurdles May 5 at the Southern California Track and Field Prelims Meet held at San Diego Mesa College.

Release date 5-7-2012

ortizSan Diego City Ends Perfect Season For PCC Badminton

The all-freshmen Pasadena City College badminton team won just one of five matches that went the extra third set, setting the tone for San Diego City College's 16-5 victory over the Lancers in the Southern California Championship final held Wednesday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 5-3-2012

chavezMatt Chavez Named All-SCC Baseball First Team

It was a first for Pasadena City College head baseball coach Evan O'Meara. Sophomore infielder Matt Chavez became the first Lancer in the eight years O'Meara has directed the program to be selected All-South Coast Conference First Team. 

Release date 5-2-2012

brittanyLancer CF Brittany Skoien Makes All-SCC Softball First Team

For the first time since 2008, the Pasadena City College softball team earned an All-South Coast Conference First Team selection as sophomore centerfielder Brittany Skoien was honored by conference coaches.

Release date 5-1-2012

dorantesPCC Men's Track And Field Finishes Rare 3rd At SCC Finals

While the Pasadena City College men's track and field program has had many highlights in its storied history, the Lancers as a team have not achieved much success in their years as a member of the South Coast Conference. With second-year head coach Larry Wade directing the program along with assistant distance coach Armand Crespo, it appears a change for the better is starting to take place.

Release date 4-30-2012

toPCC's To Rallies To State Swim 200 Butterfly Title

Nine state meet records were set at the fast indoor pool that is the East Los Angeles College Swim Stadium. But none of those swims had the drama or element of comeback quite like the one turned in by Pasadena City College freshman Stephen To on Saturday. To somehow stormed from back in the field and made a furious rally in the final 50 yards to become state 200-yard butterfly champion.

Release date 4-29-2012

ron ballatorePCC Swim Coaching Legend Ron Ballatore Remembered

Ron Ballatore, head coach of a Pasadena City College record five state champion men's swimming teams, passed away Friday after a long bout with bone cancer. Ballatorre, 71, died at a hospital in Gainsville, Fla., where he resided.

Release date 4-28-2012

parkerHutto-Patterson Gymnasium Hosts LA Sparks Exhibition May 5

Pasadena City College's Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium will be the site for an exhibition women's basketball game between the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks and China's National Team on Saturday, May 5. Tip-off is 4 p.m. 

Release date 4-27-2012

woodPCC Track And Field's Caleb Wood Wins SCC Javelin Title At Prelims

Pasadena City College freshman Caleb Wood used his season-best throw of 170 feet, 6 inches to become South Coast Conference champion in the men's javelin event. Wood's victory highlighted the PCC men's and women's track and field teams' performance during the SCC Prelims held Tuesday at El Camino College-Compton Center.

Release date 4-26-2012

chavezPCC's Chavez Hitting Well Near Baseball Season End

Left-handed hitting sophomore Matt Chavez is making his bid to receive All-South Coast Conference recognition thanks to an outstanding season at the plate for the Pasadena City College baseball team. 

Release date 4-25-2012

espinoza/liangBadminton Clinches 4th Straight SCC Title, Host SD City In SoCal Final May 2

The Pasadena City College women's badminton team and its all-freshmen roster clinched its fourth consecutive South Coast Conference title, setting up another trip to the Southern California Championship match. The Lancers will host San Diego City College Wednesday, May 2 in a 3 p.m. final at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 4-25-2012

cariol liuPCC Men To, Liu Qualify For State Swim Meet

Pasadena City College men swimmers Stephen To and Cario Liu followed up their double event victories at the South Coast Conference Championships April 19-21 by each qualifying for this week's CCCAA State Swimming and Diving Championships at East Los Angeles College April 26-28.

Release date 4-24-2012

pcc womenWomen's Swim 4th At SCC; Velasquez, Jensen Qualify For State Meet

For the second straight season, the Pasadena City College women's swim team finished in fourth place at the South Coast Conference Championships held April 19-21 at the PCC Aquatic Center.

Release date 4-24-2012

stephen toTwo More PCC Men's Champions At SCC Swim Championships, Day 2

All season, the Pasadena City College men's swim team has centered around the performances of sophomore giant Cario Liu and freshman sensation Stephen To. On Day 2 of the PCC-hosted South Coast Conference Championships Friday, the pair swam to form in each recording impressive event victories.

Release date 4-21-2012

velasquez,jensenSwimmers Velasquez, Liu Grab Event Wins At SCC Championships, Day 1

Pasadena City College women's sophomore Mikela Velasquez became a back-to-back champion in the 100-yard individual medley (IM) and men's sophomore Cario Liu scored an exciting comeback win in the 200 IM to highlight the opening day of the South Coast Conference Swimming Championships held Thursday at the PCC Aquatic Center.

Release date 4-20-2012

gutierrezRematch With ELAC: All PCC Badminton, 19-2

On Mar. 23, East Los Angeles College established it might have the ability to stop the juggernaut known as the Pasadena City College badminton team. The Huskies stretched the Lancers to the limit in that match, 11-10. But in the rematch Wednesday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium, PCC pounded East LA in a dominating 19-2 victory. It was the Lancers' 30th consecutive South Coast Conference triumph.

Release date 4-13-2012

bskoienSophomore Skoien Consistent For PCC Softball

A returning part-time infielder from two seasons ago, sophomore Brittany Skoien has shown maturity patrolling a new position--center field--and has turned into the Pasadena City College softball team's top offensive threat in 2012. Skoien reached base in all three of her appearances Thursday in a 9-1 loss to South Coast Conference/state power Mt. San Antonio at Robinson Park.

Release date 4-13-2012

dominguezLack Of Offense New Challenge For PCC Baseball

While the Pasadena City College baseball team's pitching staff has shown signs of efficiency in the past week, the Lancers' hitters have done little to support the better pitching efforts. On Tuesday, starter Brett Smith hurled seven strong innings, allowing just two runs, but PCC's offense was shut down by Long Beach ace Steve Gallardo in a 4-2, South Coast Conference loss at Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.

Release date 4-10-2012

teniaSebastian, Men's 4x100 Relay Become State Track Contenders

Tenia Sebastian put herself among the state's top contenders in the 400 hurdles as the Pasadena City College women's track and field sprinter raced the current fourth fastest state time at the Cal State Los Angeles Tommy Lister Classic held April 7.

Release date 4-10-2012

Football's 2012 Schedule Released

The Southern California Football Association (SCFA) officially released the 2012 schedule today as the dates and times for Pasadena City College football games are now set. 

Release date 4-9-2012

griffen-gonzalezWomen's Swim 5th; Men's Liu, To Win Events At 12th Pasadena Invite

Things that have shaped this Pasadena City College swim season continued to stay consistent at the 12th Pasadena Invitational held Friday-Saturday at the Aquatic Center. The PCC women's team impressed with a fifth place overall finish while the Lancers' men once again saw big performances from their dynamic duo of Cario Liu and Stephen To.

Release date 4-8-2012

cario liuFirst Day Results of 12th Pasadena Swim Invitational

Pasadena City College and Lancers men's and women's swim head coach Terry Stoddard hosted the first day of the 12th Pasadena Invitational Friday at the Aquatic Center.

Release date 4-7-2012

suleymanyanSoftball Scores Season-High 19 Runs In Compton Rout

The Pasadena City College softball team scored more runs Thursday than it had during eight previous losses as the Lancers welcomed a return to the win column with a 19-4 rout over host El Camino College-Compton Center. The game was called after five innings due to the 8-run mercy rule.

Release date 4-6-2012

ortiz-gutierrezMilestone 50th Coaching Win For Badminton's Sanchez

It's 50 victories and counting for Pasadena City College women's badminton head coach Bill Sanchez as his all-freshman Lancers stayed perfect this season at 7-0 with three match wins last week. 

Release date 4-2-2012

gomezDramatic Finish As Baseball Holds On To 9-8 Victory Over Cerritos

Baseball has a way that can allow most any player an opportunity to redeem himself. That was the case Saturday afternoon as a pair of sophomores came through when it counted to save Pasadena City College's 9-8, South Coast Conference victory over Cerritos at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.

Release date 4-1-2012

watrobaWomen's Swim Scores Exciting 62-60 Win Over LBCC

With perhaps its finest corps of top performers in 13 years under head coach Terry Stoddard, the Pasadena City College women's swim team went to the limit to defeat host Long Beach City College Friday afternoon. The Lancers scored a 62-60 victory over the Vikings and also downed Los Angeles Trade-Tech, 91-30, as the team concluded the dual meet portion of the season with a strong 5-3 South Coast Conference record.

Release date 3-31-2012

chavezSoftball Reaches A Low Point

Never was the adage "adding insult to injury" more appropriate than Thursday's chain of events during the Pasadena City College softball team's game against visiting Long Beach City College.

Release date 3-29-2012

gonzalezBaseball Drops To SCC Cellar

In a battle to stay out of the basement of the South Coast Conference, the Pasadena City College baseball team held a brief 3-0 lead, but went on to lose to Cerritos, 13-6, Tuesday at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.

Release date 3-27-2012

boltBadminton Eeks Out 11-10 Thriller, Keeps SCC Streak Alive

After three straight South Coast Conference titles, the Pasadena City College badminton team has become a marked squad for opponents. Host East Los Angeles nearly put an end to a long South Coast Conference winning streak by the Lancers on Mar. 23, but PCC kept the streak alive now at 27 consecutive conference matches, edging the Huskies, 11-10.

Release date 3-26-2012

sebastianTrack Sets High Marks At PCC-Hosted Pasadena Games

The Pasadena City College men's and women's track and field teams wanted to do their best at the PCC-hosted, 69th Pasadena Games held Friday and Saturday at Robinson Stadium. In their lone home meet of the season, sophomore distance runner Luis Dorantes led a bevy of Lancers athletes who earned high places at the event.

Release date 3-25-2012

watrobaTrio Keys Women's Swim To Win Over ELAC

Mikela Velasquez, Giselle Mendieta and Paige Watroba each won a pair of races to lead the Pasadena City College women's swim team to a 150-121 team triumph over East Los Angeles in a South Coast Conference double dual meet held Friday at the Aquatic Center.

Release date 3-24-2012

halsteadHalstead Provides Power, But Baseball Slumps

David Halstead rocked a home run and a double in a display of power for Pasadena City College's 6-foot-2, 230-pound freshman first baseman Thursday. But his longball efforts were but a lone brightspot in a week where the Lancers' baseball team lost three South Coast Coast games in a span of four days.

Release date 3-23-2012

Football Hosts "Day At The Races" At Santa Anita Mar. 24

The Pasadena City College football program is hosting its first fundraiser for the 2012 season, "A Day At The Races" on Saturday, Mar. 24 at Santa Anita Park. 

Release date 3-20-2012

maddyMoorpark No Hits Softball, 3-1

The Pasadena City College softball team's leadoff hitter Maddy Gianoli reached on a hit-by-pitch, stole second, and ultimately scored on a sacrifice fly by Kayla Moore. As easy as it was for PCC to score that first-inning run, it became an impossible task the rest of the game for the Lancers' offense against Moorpark pitcher Marti Lewis. The Raiders' hurler tossed a complete-game, no-hitter and slugged a solo home run over the centerfield fence in the sixth inning to hand PCC a 3-1, non-conference loss at Robinson Park.

Release date 3-19-2012

Track and Field Hosts 69th Pasadena Games Mar. 23-24

Pasadena City College's Robinson Stadium is the site for the 69th edition of the Pasadena Games, a two-day track and field meet that will feature community college, high school, and open invitational competitors on Friday-Saturday, Mar. 23-24.

Release date 3-19-2012

espinozaBadminton Runs SCC Win Streak To 25 Matches

The Pasadena City College badminton team ran its South Coast Conference winning streak to 25 matches by blanking host El Camino College-Compton Center, 21-0, Friday.

Release date 3-18-2012

dorantesMen's Track Dorantes Records Fastest 10,000 At Oxy Distance Carnival

Pasadena City College sophomore Luis Dorantes established himself as the state's premier distance runner with the current California Community College fastest time of 31 minutes, 4.62 seconds in the 10,000 meters event at Friday night's Occidental College Distance Carnival. Dorantes (pictured) placed second in the mixed race that included 4-year university racers.

Release date 3-17-2012

mendietaBaker's Dozen In Event Wins For PCC Swim Teams At SCC Meet

The 2012 Pasadena City College men's and women's swim teams have a strong talent base as they scored 13 event victories Friday, but those wins didn't translate enough in team scoring as PCC split a South Coast Conference, double dual meet Friday at Mt. San Antonio College.  

Release date 3-17-2012

anjaniWith All Freshmen, Women's Badminton Opens 2012 On Winning Note

After three straight South Coast Conference championship seasons, the Pasadena City College women's badminton team entered 2012 with a little uncertainty. The Lancers and three-time, SCC Coach of the Year Bill Sanchez have reloaded the roster with all freshmen due to the graduation of his entire player ladder from the 2011 undefeated conference title team.

Release date 3-15-2012

stone/celebrateBaseball Rallies From 4 Down In 9th, Edges ELAC, 10-9

The improbable seems to be working for the Pasadena City College baseball team. The Lancers' chances looked bleak after letting a 5-1 lead slip away against visiting East Los Angeles Thursday. The Huskies took a 9-5 lead into the bottom of the ninth inning, but PCC rallied for five runs capped by Sean Stone's walk-off, 2-out, 2-run line single to right to pull out a 10-9, South Coast Conference win.

Release date 3-15-2012

skoienSoftball Walks Past Compton, 11-3

Using patience at the plate, the Pasadena City College softball team drew a season-high 13 walks Tuesday and snapped a 6-game, South Coast Conference losing streak with an 11-3 victory over visiting El Camino College-Compton Center. The game, played at Robinson Park, ended in the bottom of the sixth due to the 8-run mercy rule.

Release date 3-14-2012

santamariaELAC's Novelo Shuts Down Baseball, 7-0

The Pasadena City College baseball team couldn't solve East Los Angeles pitching ace Elias Novelo as the freshman hurled eight innings of 5-hit, shutout ball in the Lancers' 7-0, South Coast Conference loss at Cal State Los Angeles Tuesday night.

Release date 3-14-2012

lyonsPCC Track's Lyons 2nd in 5,000 Race At Fullerton Brown Invitational

An All-South Coast Conference cross country runner, Pasadena City College women's track and field sophomore Elizabeth Lyons is displaying that distance strength of late for the Lancers. Lyons took second place in the 5,000 meters "C" race at the Ben Brown Invitational Meet held at Cal State Fullerton Mar. 9-10. 

Release date 3-14-2012

jensenMen Take 2nd, Women 3rd at Mariner Swim Invitational

The Pasadena City College men's swim team placed second at the Mariner Invitational meet held Saturday at College of Marin. The Lancers were again paced by the talented pair of freshman Stephen To and sophomore Cario Liu.

Release date 3-12-2012

d.gomezBaseball Rewarded For Doing Right Thing

Imposing a one-game suspension on more than half of his roster, Pasadena City College head baseball coach Evan O'Meara wanted to teach his club a lesson Saturday. He suited just 12 players, including two pitchers at the corner infield positions, and a seldom-used reserve outfielder. But a funny thing happened at Los Angeles Harbor College--the Lancers won with the decidedly mismatched lineup, stunning the Seahawks, 6-4, for the team's first South Coast Conference victory.

Release date 3-11-2012

mchavezRough Patch Troubles Baseball

From losing a 7-6, 10-inning, heartbreaker on Tuesday to getting wiped out Thursday, 16-4, the Pasadena City College baseball team is finding that wins are getting harder to come by. The Lancers are 2-11 to start the 2012 season and 0-2 in South Coast Conference play after the two losses against Los Angeles Harbor College this week. The team has lost five straight.

Release date 3-9-2012

agonzalezFormer PCC Coach Martinez Directs El Camino Over Softball

It was the new coach v. the old coach with the legendary coach watching in Thursday's South Coast Conference game between the Pasadena City College softball team and visiting El Camino. With retired, 500-plus wins coach Sandi Iverson in attendance, PCC's first-year head coach Brittany Williams took on El Camino's new coach and former Lancers' head coach Elaine Martinez. In Martinez's first visit back to Pasadena since leaving after the 2010 season, her Warriors outlasted Williams' Lancers, 11-7, at Robinson Park.

Release date 3-9-2012

toSwim Teams Gain Split In SCC-Opening Meet

The Pasadena City College men's and women's swim teams each scored a victory over El Camino College while suffering a defeat in each gender v. Chaffey in a South Coast Conference-opening double dual meet Friday held at the PCC Aquatic Center.

Release date 3-2-2012

skoienWithout Moore, PCC Softball Producing Less

With Thursday's 8-0 loss to East Los Angeles College, the Pasadena City College softball team has been shut out in back-to-back, South Coast Conference games. The Lancers lack of offense has coincided with an injury to sophomore leading hitter Kayla Moore, who is out this week with a muscle strain.

Release date 3-2-2012

robinson dayRobinson Legacy Showcased On Replica Baseball Jersey Day

The pre-game ceremony honoring 20th century icon and alumnus Jackie Robinson and his accomplishments brought out Pasadena City College staff, students, administrators as well as members of the Robinson family prior to the Lancers' game Tuesday against Irvine Valley College held at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field. 

Release date 2-29-2012

cario liuPCC Swimmer Liu Records Highest Men's Individual Score At Mt. SAC Invite

Pasadena City College sophomore Cario Liu established himself as the state's current top men's swimmer with his versatile and electrifying performance at the Mt. San Antonio Invitational meet held Saturday. 

Release date 2-27-2012

walkerPCC Track And Field Season Features Variety

While in many seasons of Pasadena City College track and field, the Lancers teams have featured primarily sprinters and some middle distance runners, the 2012 squads have more of a balanced roster of athletes. PCC has shown some promise in the field events after two events.

Release date 2-27-2012

dduranPair of 10s For Softball In Twin Bill Sweep Over SBVC

The Pasadena City College softball team found its mojo at the plate Friday. The Lancers knocked out 30 hits over two games and pounded San Bernardino Valley, 10-1 and 10-4, in a non-conference, doubleheader sweep at Robinson Park.

Release date 2-25-2012

stokesWomen's Basketball Pushes No. 2 Ventura, But Season Ends, 55-50

The Pasadena City College women's basketball team played its best basketball of the 2011-2012 over the final month of the season. The 15th-seeded Lancers handled the ball well and played tenacious defense against No. 2 seed Ventura College, but it wasn't enough in a 55-50 loss to the host Pirates in Round 2 of the Southern California Regional Playoffs Saturday night.

Release date 2-25-2012

jerseysReplica 1938 PJC Baseball Tops To Be Worn In Jackie Robinson's Honor Feb. 28

As part of Pasadena City College's celebration of Black History Month, the Lancers baseball team will honor the college's greatest alumnus--Baseball Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson--by wearing special replica jerseys of Robinson's 1938 Pasadena Junior College team on Tuesday, Feb. 28 for its game against Irvine Valley College.

Release date 2-23-2012

stellaMiracle Comeback For Women's Basketball, Edges AVC, 67-65

In the greatest comeback in the playoff history of Pasadena City College women's basketball, the 15th seeded Lancers rallied from 25 points down to defeat 18th seed Antelope Valley, 67-65, Wednesday night. PCC kept its perfect record in all playoff games at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium, now at 18-0, in advancing to Round 2 of the Southern California Regional Playoffs.

Release date 2-22-2012

four LancersAll-State Stokes Leads 4 Women's Cagers Named All-SCC

Sophomore forward Marquetta Stokes, recently selected to the All-State Third Team, led a four-player Pasadena City College women's basketball contingent selected to the 2011-2012 All-South Coast Conference First and Second Teams.

Release date 2-21-2012

laceyWomen's Basketball Gets 15th Playoff Seed, Hosts 18th AVC Wednesday

The Pasadena City College women's basketball team went from no chance of making the postseason a few weeks to gaining the 15th seed at the Southern California Regional Playoff seedings meeting held Monday at Santa Ana College. It is the 11th straight season that Coach Joe Peron's teams have advanced to the regional playoffs.

Release date 2-20-2012

crump,thomas,smithMen's Hoops Miss Playoff Seed; Crump Leads 3 Named All-SCC

The Pasadena City College men's basketball team once again was left out of the Southern California Regional Playoffs as the Lancers learned Monday afternoon their 16-12 overall record and second place finish in the South Coast Conference North Division weren't enough to convince the coaches' seeding committee for a berth.

Release date 2-20-2012

mooreMoore Delivers Two Ways As Softball Goes To 2-0 In SCC

Sophomore Kayla Moore is both the Pasadena City College softball team's pitching ace and top hitter this season. Moore continued excelling in both areas Thursday when she batted 3-for-3, scored three runs, and twirled a complete-game, 4-hitter in the Lancers' 7-1 win at El Camino College-Compton Center.

Release date 2-19-2012

emersonEmerson Blows Out Candles, Baseball Beats 6th-Rated Glendale

Will Emerson played the role of stopper on his 22nd birthday Saturday afternoon. The transfer sophomore starting pitcher hurled shutout ball over the game's first eight innings as the visiting Pasadena City College baseball team knocked off Southern California Region No. 6-ranked Glendale, 5-4, at Stengel Field.

Release date 2-18-2012

destineeWomen's Cagers Close Regular Season On 4-Game Win Streak

The Pasadena City College women's basketball team got a little more than it bargained for against a skeleton, 5-player Los Angeles Southwest squad Friday night. The Lancers, though, buckled down on defense and closed out the South Coast Conference season with a 66-57 victory over the host Cougars.

Release date 2-17-2012

mikelaWomen's Swimmer Velasquez Grabs 2 Event Wins At 2012-Opening SCC Penthatlon

Pasadena City College women's swim team sophomore Mikela Velasquez has simply picked up where she left off last year when she was a two-time, South Coast Conference champion. Velasquez swam to victories in the 100-yard freestyle and the 50-butterfly events at the 2012 season-opening SCC Pentathlon held Friday at the PCC Aquatic Center.

Release date 2-17-2012

5 sophsWomen's Basketball Pulls Off Another Big Upset, Downs No. 7 ELAC, 60-56

High off of consecutive victories last week over the previous top two teams in the South Coast Conference, the East Los Angeles College women's basketball team came into Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium Wednesday as the new second place team in the SCC and sporting the state's No. 7 ranking. The Huskies' chances looked good v. the unranked Lancers considering they had already beaten them twice this season.

Release date 2-15-2012

crumpMen's Hoops Clinch 2nd Place in SCC North

The Pasadena City College men's basketball team took care of business in its regular season finale Wednesday night. The Lancers clinched second place in the South Coast Conference North Division behind a 71-61 triumph over East Los Angeles at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. 

Release date 2-15-2012

salasValentine Day's Candy For Softball, A Win To Open SCC Play

The Pasadena City College softball team scored two runs in the eighth inning and held on to defeat host El Camino College, 7-6, Tuesday in the South Coast Conference opening game for both teams.

Release date 2-14-2012

g. gonzalezVictor Valley Spoils Baseball's Home Opener

Playing on a refurbished Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field for the first time this season on Tuesday, the Pasadena City College baseball team couldn't add to some early offense and went on to lose to Victor Valley, 8-3.

Release date 2-14-2012

gonzalezSoftball Scores Comeback Win In Game 1, Splits DH v. Porterville

The Pasadena City College softball team rallied for three runs in the bottom of the 10th inning Saturday for an 8-7 win as the Lancers split a doubleheader against Porterville College at Robinson Park. 

Release date 2-13-2012

gcrumpCrump Passes 500-Point Mark; Men's Cagers Ready For ELAC Showdown

Sophomore guard Givon Crump scored 23 points Friday as the Pasadena City College men's basketball team regained second place in the South Coast Conference North Division with a 73-65 victory over host El Camino College-Compton Center.

Release date 2-11-2012

wongWong Drains Nine 3s, Scores 30 In Women's Hoops Triumph

Lightning indeed struck twice for Pasadena City College women's basketball sophomore guard Kim Wong. Exactly one year after she poured in eight 3-pointers in a win over El Camino College-Compton Center, Wong did one better Friday night, swishing nine 3s as part of her career-high 30 points in the Lancers' 79-43 win over host Compton.

Release date 2-10-2012

laik carterHot Shooting Helps Men's Basketball Trip Trade-Tech, 91-78

Superb shooting from the floor and from the free throw line helped the Pasadena City College men's basketball team record a 91-78, South Coast Conference road victory Wednesday at Los Angeles Trade-Tech.

Release date 2-8-2012

laceyPCC Controls Offensive Boards In Women's Cagers Win

Twenty-four second chances on offensive rebounds allowed the Pasadena City College women's basketball team to do enough to defeat host Los Angeles Trade-Tech, 58-49, Wednesday evening in a South Coast Conference game.

Release date 2-8-2012

mcgrath,thomasMen's Hoops Shooting For 2nd As SCC Season Winds Down

After Friday's 74-62 loss to first-place Mt. San Antonio, the Pasadena City College men's basketball team has three games left in the South Coast Conference season. The Lancers likely need to win all three if they hope to make the Southern California Regional Playoffs.

Release date 2-6-2012

b. smithSparkling Pitching By Smith, Emerson Help Baseball Split DH With AVC

Brilliant pitching starts by sophomore Brett Smith and transfer Will Emerson have given the Pasadena City College baseball team reason to be excited after the pair limited host Antelope Valley College to just one run in splitting a 2012 season-opening doubleheader Saturday.

Release date 2-5-2012

martinez blockWomen's Cagers Unable To Keep Up With No. 2 Mt. SAC

After its finest game of the season Wednesday in an upset over state No. 6-ranked Cerritos, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team suffered a letdown Friday. The Lancers went nearly eight minutes before scoring their first field goal as No. 2-ranked and South Coast Conference first-place Mt. San Antonio handed them a 77-53 loss at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 2-4-2012

gianoliPitching Propels Softball To 2-1 Win

Left-hander Casey Ramirez threw five strong innings and closer Kayla Moore shut the door with two scoreless innings as the Pasadena City College softball team edged Oxnard, 2-1, in the Lancers' home opener Friday at Robinson Park.

Release date 2-3-2012

Baseball Anticipates Start Of 2012 Season

The Pasadena City College baseball team is looking forward to the start of the 2012 season as the Lancers open with a doubleheader Saturday, Feb. 4 at Antelope Valley College. PCC is under the direction of head coach Evan O'Meara, in his eighth season running the Lancers.

Release date 2-2-2012

machadoWomen's Hoops Stun State No. 6 Cerritos, 78-66

For at least one evening, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team found the tonic that has made the Lancers one of the state's finest programs over the past decade. PCC head coach Joe Peron made changes in his rotation scheme and it resulted in an upset victory over state No. 6-ranked Cerritos College, 78-66, Wednesday night. The win by the South Coast Conference's fifth-place and unranked Lancers over the second-place Falcons fueled Pasadena's quest for a 2012 playoff berth.

Release date 2-2-2012

crump dunkCrump Scores 39 As Men's Basketball Returns To Win Column

Sophomore guard Givon Crump posted the fifth-highest scoring game in Pasadena City College men's basketball history Wednesday as his 39 points propelled the Lancers over Cerritos College, 73-60, in a South Coast Conference game at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 2-2-2012

oddeninoSoftball Picks Up First Win At Glendale Tourney

The Pasadena City College softball team opened the 2012 season with three losses, but then erupted for an 8-0 victory over San Bernardino Valley Saturday evening for a satisfying finish to the season-opening Glendale Classic tournament.

Release date 1-29-2012

csmithSCC Crossover Games Problem For Men's Basketball

A member of the South Coast Conference North Division, the Pasadena City College men's basketball team has one more chance to record a win v. a SCC South Division opponent. The Lancers host Cerritos College Wednesday, Feb. 1 in a 7 p.m. tip-off at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 1-28-2012

laceyWomen's Basketball Earns Key SCC Win Over ECC, 78-65

For the past decade, the postseason has not been a subject of doubt for the Pasadena City College women's basketball team. But 2011-2012 has seen the Lancers put into the situation of needing key contests to determine their fate. PCC's 78-65 road win at El Camino College Friday night was a positive step in the Lancers' quest for a playoff spot.

Release date 1-27-2012

mooreSoftball 2012 Preview: New Coach Williams Invigorates Lancers

New Pasadena City College women's softball head coach Brittany Williams is excited about her first season in charge of the Lancers' program. With a combination of returning players and a strong crop of freshmen, Williams feels her team can compete well enough in the state's strongest conference-the South Coast.

Release date 1-25-2012

burchMen's Basketball Can't Recover From 11-Point Half

During the first half of Wednesday night's game, the Pasadena City College men's basketball team played as if there were a lid covering the Hutto-Patterson rim. The Lancers totaled a modern-day school record for least points scored in a half with 11 and went on to lose their third straight South Coast Conference contest, 54-47, against visiting Los Angeles Harbor College.

Release date 1-25-2012

stokesStokes Joins 500-Point Club For Women's Hoops

Recently, Pasadena City College women's basketball forward Marquetta Stokes passed the 500-point mark in her Lancers' career as she became the 26th player in school history to achieve the feat.

Release date 1-22-2012

tatumSurging Long Beach Downs Men's Cagers, 79-62

The last time the Pasadena City College men's basketball team got a glimpse of Friday's opponent Long Beach City College, the Vikings were reeling. While PCC didn't face LBCC at its L.L. Kennedy & Associates Thanksgiving Classic, Long Beach lost three straight games in the round-robin tournament. The Vikings opened the season with eight straight defeats.

Release date 1-21-2012

State No. 12 LBCC Hands Women's Hoops 32-Point Loss

Long Beach City College, the state's No. 12-ranked team, handed the visiting Pasadena City College women's basketball team its worst South Coast Conference loss in 16 seasons under PCC head coach Joe Peron Friday night. The Vikings overpowered the Lancers, 74-42.

Release date 1-20-2012

Tonight's Basketball Games At Long Beach Video Streamed

Tonight's Pasadena City College basketball doubleheader at Long Beach City College will be video streamed live on the internet, beginning with the women's game at 5 p.m. The men's game follows at 7 p.m.

Release date 1-20-2012

sellersFirst Half Bonanza Leads Women's Basketball To 78-49 Win

For one half, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team reminded itself and others that it is more than capable of lighting up the scoreboard. The Lancers opened an 11-0 lead and wouldn't let up as they outscored visiting Los Angeles Southwest, 50-18, in the first half on their way to an easy 78-49, South Coast Conference victory Wednesday evening.

Release date 1-18-2012

rashad smithLA Southwest's Defense Silences Men's Hoops, 62-49

For the first 15 minutes of its South Coast Conference contest, the Pasadena City College men's basketball team kept pace with state No. 6-ranked Los Angeles Southwest. The Lancers led 6-0, and refused to go behind after five different ties. But as soon as the Cougars made the game's only lead change at 23-22, the LASW defense took control of things.

Release date 1-18-2012

Football Returns To SCFA National Northern Conference In 2012

After participating the last two seasons in the National Southern Conference, the Pasadena City College football team will return to the Southern California Football Association's National Northern Conference in 2012. In their fifth season as part of the SCFA, the Lancers rejoined the same division they played in the 2008 and 2009 seasons.

Release date 1-13-2012

crumpCrump's 34 Points Help Men's Cagers To 3rd Straight SCC Win

Only one player on the Pasadena City College men's basketball team is scoring in double figures average per game this season. But that player is scoring enough for two double-digit scorers. Givon Crump burned the nets for a team season-high 34 points to lead the Lancers to their third consecutive South Coast Conference victory, defeating host East Los Angeles College, 75-67, Friday night. 

Release date 1-13-2012

Another Setback For Women's Basketball, Now 9-10

After 10 straight trips to the postseason, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team is facing its most uphill challenge in 2011-2012. The visiting Lancers once again dropped below the .500 mark in South Coast Conference play at 3-4 as they faltered against state No. 6-ranked East Los Angeles College, 78-70, Friday night.

Release date 1-13-2012

martinezSeason-High 97 Points For Women's Basketball In Compton Rout

Six different Lancers either reached or surpassed their 2011-2012 season highs in points resulting in a team high for points this season as Pasadena City College routed winless El Camino College-Compton Center, 97-48, Wednesday in a South Coast Conference game at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 1-11-2012

crumpMen's Basketball Soars To 103-74 Win Over Compton

It's been a while since the Pasadena City College men's basketball team advanced to the Southern California Regional Playoffs. In fact, the Lancers haven't been to the postseason since the 2003-2004 season. But the 2011-2012 Lancers, a squad with 10 freshmen and just two sophomores, are starting to create a buzz around campus.

Release date 1-11-2012

Women's Softball Team To Hold Open Tryouts Wednesday, Jan. 11

The Pasadena City College women's softball team, under the direction of first-year head coach Brittany Williams, will hold open tryouts for the 2012 intercollegiate season this Wednesday, Jan. 11. The tryouts take place from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at PCC's home field, Robinson Park, located off campus at 1081 N. Fair Oaks Ave.

Release date 1-9-2012

csmithSmith's Buzzer Beater Gives Men's Hoops 76-74 Home Victory

Dribbling the ball at halfcourt, freshman Chris Smith knew there would not be much time to create a play. So the speedy reserve point guard made a spint to the basket and his layup dropped in with just 0.7 seconds left, giving the Pasadena City College men's basketball team a thrilling, 76-74 victory over Los Angeles Trade-Tech Friday night at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 1-6-2012

stella,tiffanyGhazarian, Lacey Help Women's Basketball Back Into Win Column

Coming off the bench, frosh guard Stella Ghazarian scored 19 points and sophomore center Tonisha Lacey powered her way to 13 points and 14 rebounds as the Pasadena City College women's basketball team snapped a 3-game losing streak in defeating Los Angeles Trade-Tech, 71-61, Friday night in a South Coast Conference game at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 1-6-2012

stokesRare 3-Game Losing Streak for Women's Hoops

Whether the law of averages have caught up to the Pasadena City College women's basketball program or not, the 2011-2012 Lancers are not achieving at the level set by Coach Joe Peron's recent teams. Last season, PCC had a streak of seven straight seasons of advancing to the CCCAA State Championship tournament snapped, but did reach the regional finals.

Release date 1-5-2012

crumpState 14th-Ranked Mt. SAC Downs Men's Basketball

The Pasadena City College men's basketball team opened South Coast Conference play Wednesday with a 71-56 loss at state No. 14-ranked Mt. San Antonio. The unranked Lancers had their overall record drop back to .500 at 8-8.

Release date 1-5-2012

dscottWomen's Basketball's Scott Joins USC Roster, To Play For PCC Great Cooper

Pasadena City College standout Dominique Scott, the 2010-2011 South Coast Conference Player of the Year, has joined the 2011-2012 USC women's basketball roster as she will play for PCC Sports Hall of Fame great and Trojans' head coach Michael Cooper.

Release date 12-26-2011

tatumHoliday Blahs For Men's Basketball In Pierce Loss

After putting together a stretch in which it won six of its last eight games, the Pasadena City College men's basketball team appeared rusty in allowing a season high in points during an 88-73, non-conference loss at Los Angeles Pierce College Friday night. It was the Lancers' first game in 13 days.

Release date 12-24-2011

ghazarianWomen's Cagers Can't Overcome Early Deficit, Fall To No. 12 Cerritos

It was 11-0, then 19-2, and eventually 26-5. Unfortunately for the Pasadena City College women's basketball team, it was on the short end of those lopsided early scores as the state No. 20-ranked Lancers never could catch No. 12 Cerritos in a 75-58, South Coast Conference loss at Gahr High School Wednesday night. 

Release date 12-22-2011

machadoWomen's Hoops Uses Free Throws To Beat El Camino In OT

The Pasadena City College women's basketball team pretty much knows nearly every South Coast Conference game will be a battle in a season where an amazing six teams from the SCC are rated in this week's top 12 in Southern California.

Release date 12-16-2011

stokesRose City Classic Is PCC's Domain Again

While the Pasadena City College women's basketball team hasn't had the best of starts to a season, the Lancers have always relied on their annual December host tournament to get the team rolling in the right direction. For the 11th time in 14 seasons, PCC captured the re-named DoubleTree by Hilton Rose City Classic, holding on to defeat College of the Canyons, 71-65, in the championship final Sunday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 12-11-2011

corneliousReserves Help Women's Hoops Advance To Rose City Classic Final

While the Pasadena City College women's basketball team has gone with a set starting five that features five sophomores, the Lancers and head coach Joe Peron have recently seen the team's reserve unit take a more prominent role. The bench corps outscored the starters, 39-24, and in the process helped PCC advance to the championship final of the DoubleTree by Hilton Rose City Classic with a 63-42 victory over West Los Angeles Saturday night. All tournament games for the 14th edition of the R-C-C are played on campus at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 12-10-2011

martinMen's Basketball Surpasses Last Year's Win Total After 13 Games

It took just 13 games for the Pasadena City College men's basketball team to win more contests--eight--than it did in the entire 2010-2011 season--seven. The 2011-2012 Lancers grabbed third place at the Santa Barbara City College Tournament Dec. 9-11, downing the host Vaqueros, 76-55, in the third place final Saturday.

Release date 12-10-2011

stella ghazarianWomen's Cagers Return To Form In PCC Tourney Victory

On Friday night, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team returned to the form that has made it one of the premier programs in California. The Lancers scored a season high in points and posted their least points allowed thus far this season in an 85-53 rout over Lassen during the first round of the DoubleTree by Hilton Rose City Classic at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 12-9-2011

laceyLong Beach Sends Women's Basketball To SCC-Opening Defeat

The last time a Pasadena City College women's basketball team lost to Long Beach City College, Bill Clinton was President of the United States, and a young coach by the name of Joe Peron was beginning his first season in charge of the Lancers. That was until Wednesday night. 

Release date 12-7-2011

aguilarPCC Football Alum Jeremy Aguilar Named LSC Linebacker Of The Year

Jeremy Aguilar, twice a team-leading tackler on the Pasadena City College football team in 2008 and 2009, is continuing his success at the next level. The junior Aguilar was named the 2011 Lone Star Conference Linebacker of the Year as a top defensive player for NCAA Division II Texas A&M-Kingsville University.

Release date 11-28-2011

thomasDefense Carries Men's Cagers To 2-1 Mark In PCC Tourney

Playing without its top scorer Givon Crump due to a scratched eye, the Pasadena City College men's basketball team changed its approach in the PCC-hosted L.L. Kennedy & Associates Thanksgiving Tournament held Nov. 25, 27-28 at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. The Lancers buckled down on defense resulting in a 52-43 victory over San Bernardino Valley to close out the round-robin tourney Monday.

Release date 11-28-2011

ramos-mccorristonGrossmont Halts Women's Volleyball Playoff Run, 3-1

(El Cajon) -- Twenty-five attack errors were too much to overcome for the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team Saturday night. The sixth-seeded Lancers fizzled offensively and couldn't defend against Grossmont College's middle blockers as their 2011 season came to an end with a 25-18, 14-25, 25-22, 25-19 loss at the No. 3-seeded Griffins in the second round of the Southern California Regional Playoffs.

Release date 11-27-2011

carterMen's Hoops Wins 3rd Straight, Routs Moorpark, 81-57

With no players returning from last season, the expectations for the Pasadena City College men's basketball team weren't high going into the 2011-2012 season. After eight games, however, the Lancers are off to a fine 5-3 start, including a current 3-game winning streak and victories in four of the last five games. On Friday, PCC thrashed Moorpark, 81-57, on the first day of the PCC-hosted L.L. Kennedy & Associates Thanksgiving Tournament at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 11-25-2011

Second Round Volleyball Regional On Stream Video

The Southern California second round regional playoff match featuring state No. 8-ranked Pasadena City College at No. 5-rated Grossmont College can be seen live on stream video on Saturday night at 6 p.m.

Release date 11-25-2011

sellersWomen's Basketball Takes 3rd Place At Saddleback Tourney

The Pasadena City College women's basketball team lost once to a fellow South Coast Conference opponent at the Saddleback College Lady Gaucho Classic. The Lancers made sure it wouldn't happen twice at the Mission Viejo tournament. PCC's bench scored 25 of the team's 36 points in the first half as the Lancers overcame an early deficit to defeat LA Trade Tech, 69-54, to win the third place final Wednesday afternoon. 

Release date 11-23-2011

celebrationNew Lineup Spurs Women's Volleyball To Playoff Sweep Over Bakersfield

Pasadena City College women's volleyball head coach Tammy Silva decided to roll the dice and heavily play three reserve freshmen Tuesday night in the sixth-seeded Lancers' first-round Southern California Regional Playoff match against 11th-seed Bakersfield. The new lineup paid off for PCC as the state's No. 8-ranked team swept the Renegades, 25-17, 30-28, 25-22, at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 11-23-2011

peters austinSCFA All-NSC 1st Team For Football's Peters, Austin

The Southern California Football Association released the 2011 All-National Southern Conference Team with two Pasadena City College players making the First Team in state receptions leader and sophomore wide receiver Wayne Peters and second-year defensive back Tyrell Austin.

Release date 11-22-2011

wp 4Youth Is Served: 4 PCC Freshmen Make All-SCC Women's Water Polo Team

The Pasadena City College women's water polo team placed four freshmen on the All-South Coast Conference Teams after an 11-win season by the Lancers. Goalie Shelby Gregg and utility Makenzie Blank were First Team selections while 2-meter/attacker Miline Minassians and utility Paloma Barrera were chosen Second Team.

Release date 11-22-2011

xuSixth-Seed Women's Volleyball Hosts Bakersfield In SoCal Playoff Tuesday, Nov. 22

The Pasadena City College women's volleyball team earned a home playoff match for the third straight season under fifth-year head coach Tammy Silva. The Lancers were selected as the No. 6 seed Sunday in the conference seeding meeting held at PCC.

Release date 11-21-2011

moe,xu,valleacostaMoe Named All-SoCal Region, 6 VB Players Make All-SCC

Pasadena City College sophomore women's volleyball player Ella Moe, the conference leader in hitting, was selected to the All-Southern California Region Team and was one of six Lancers chosen to the 2011 All-South Coast Conference Teams.

Release date 11-21-2011

thomasMen's Basketball Takes Consolation Title At SBVC Tournament

The Pasadena City College men's basketball team captured the consolation title at the San Bernardino Valley College Alvin Hunter Classic held Nov. 18-20. The Lancers defeated Santa Barbara City College, 74-65, in the consolation final Sunday.

Release date 11-21-2011

four lancersFour Women's Soccer Players Picked All-SCC

In the South Coast Conference, the higher a team's placing, the greater number of players make the All-SCC team. An improvement from one place in the standings, going from sixth to fifth, resulted in four Lancers being selected to the 2011 All-SCC Teams.

Release date 11-20-2011

gor/ryoKirakosyan, Tarui Earn All-SCC Men's Soccer Honors

Sophomores Gor Kirakosyan and Ryosuke Tarui, Pasadena City College's top two playmakers, were selected to the 2011 All-South Coast Conference Teams by conference coaches.

Release date 11-20-2011

women's xcountryState 10th Place Is Best Women's Cross Country Finish In 15 Years

With its most successful women's cross country season since 1996, Pasadena City College showed its worth at the CCCAA State Championships Saturday at Fresno's Woodward Park. The Lancers' 10th place team finish was highlighted by five PCC runners racing among the top 101. It was the highest team finish for the Lancers since they placed fourth overall at the 1996 state meet.

Release date 11-19-2011

sophomoresSophomores Celebrate Women's VB Conference Finale

The Pasadena City College women's volleyball freshmen sang the national anthem as a tribute to the sophomores Wednesday night, then the second-year Lancers celebrated Sophomore Night with a 25-10, 25-11, 25-14 sweep over Los Angeles Trade Tech in the teams' South Coast Conference final match at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 11-16-2011

burchHot Shooting Starts Men's Cagers On Way To Home Win

For the first six minutes of its 2011-2012 home opener Tuesday night, it was nothing but net for the Pasadena City College men's basketball team. The Lancers sank their first six shots from the floor, all outside jumpers to bolt out to an early 17-6 lead. The opening spurt sent PCC on its way to a 67-60 triumph over Southwestern College at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 11-15-2011

stokesChaffey Hands Women's Hoops Worst Home Loss In 10 Years

Chaffey College won the Pasadena City College-hosted Veteran's Day Classic Tournament title Sunday. And while it was an upset by the state No. 20-ranked Panthers over the No. 7-rated Lancers, the huger upset for Pasadena was the manner of defeat at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium, losing by 21 points, 87-66, in the championship final.

Release date 11-14-2011

laceyLacey Rebounds PCC Over Cypress, 64-63

Things were looking grim for the Pasadena City College women's basketball team as it trailed Cypress, 41-33, six minutes into the second half of their Veteran's Day Classic tournament semifinal Saturday afternoon at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. But just as Vera Machado provided the fire in the team's Friday win over Citrus, it was returning sophomore center Tonisha Lacey's turn to key a Lancers' comeback.

Release date 11-13-2011

tolsonOrange Coast Defensive Strategy Works As Men's Hoops Lose, 65-62

After scoring 59 points over his first two games as a Lancer, Givon Crump became a marked man for opponents. The Pasadena City College transfer guard was the object of Orange Coast College's defense as he was double-teamed often Saturday. The Pirates used a full-court press, limited Crump to just two points, and defeated PCC, 65-62, in the consolation final of the Ventura College "We Play Hard" Tournament.

Release date 11-13-2011

rodriguezFootball Again Keeps Mt. SAC Close In Season Finale

It doesn't seem to matter the differences between the Mt. San Antonio and Pasadena City College football teams. On Saturday night at the PCC Homecoming Game, the Lancers again put the fear in the Mounties, taking a 14-10 lead in the third quarter. While Mt. SAC prevailed, 27-14, the Lancers made the No. 8 team in the nation sweat it out before 1,000-plus fans at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 11-13-2011

Men's Hoops Edges Miramar, 76-74

The Pasadena City College men's basketball team advanced to the consolation final of the Ventura College "We Play Hard" Tournament behind a 76-74 win over Miramar College Friday. The Lancers face Orange Coast College Saturday, Nov. 12 in a 1 p.m. game for fifth place.

Release date 11-12-2011

machadoMachado's Bombs Give Women's Basketball Season-Opening Win

Returning sophomore guard Vera Machado was Ms. Clutch Friday night as her long-range shooting helped the Pasadena City College women's basketball team defeat Citrus, 64-58, opening the 2011-2012 season in the PCC-hosted Veteran's Day Classic at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 11-12-2011

crumpCrump Scores 27, But Men's Cagers Fall In Opener

Givon Crump poured in 27 points during the Pasadena City College men's basketball team season-opening, 77-72 loss to Antelope Valley in the first round of the Ventura College "We Play Hard" Tournament Thursday evening.

Release date 11-11-2011

gutierrezWomen's Soccer Season Comes To A Close

The Pasadena City College women's soccer team earned a 0-0 tie at Mt. San Antonio College Friday night and ended the 2011 season in the process. PCC's final record was 7-9-5 and 4-7-3 for fifth place in the powerful South Coast Conference.

Release date 11-11-2011

gonzalezMen's Soccer Gives SCC Champs A Scare, Ends 2011 With 1-0 Loss

The final result was a loss, but the Pasadena City College men's soccer team knew it earned the respect of its worthy opponent, undefeated and two-time defending state champion Mt. San Antonio College as the Lancers held tough in a 1-0 season-ending defeat at Walnut.

Release date 11-10-2011

estradaVolleyball's Estrada, Gallardo Stand Out In ELAC Win

The state's No. 8-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team rebounded from its loss to El Camino Wednesday by steamrolling East Los Angeles, 25-12, 25-12, 25-17, Thursday night at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 11-10-2011

xuWomen's Volleyball 14-Match Home Win Streak Halted By El Camino

The Pasadena City College women's volleyball team entered Wednesday's showdown against state No. 4-ranked El Camino College with its confidence high and with 6-foot-1, middle blocker Megan Callen back in the lineup.

Release date 11-9-2011

crumpMen's Basketball Plays at Season-Opening Ventura Tournament Nov. 10-12

The Pasadena City College men's basketball team opens the 2011-2012 season Thursday, Nov. 10 when the Lancers face Antelope Valley in a 5 p.m. game at the Ventura College "We Play Hard" Tournament.

Release date 11-8-2011

marquetta stokesWomen's Basketball Hosts Veteran's Day Classic Nov. 11-13

The Pasadena City College women's basketball team hosts the 2011-2012 season-opening Veteran's Day Classic Friday-Sunday, Nov. 11-13 at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. 

Release date 11-8-2011

callenCallen Returns, Volleyball Whips LA Harbor

The Pasadena City College women's volleyball team welcomed the return of freshman middle blocker Megan Callen as the Lancers hammered host Los Angeles Harbor College, 25-8, 25-15, 25-21, Friday night in a South Coast Conference match.

Release date 11-6-2011

barreraWomen's Water Polo Closes 2011 Season

The Pasadena City College women's water polo team finished 1-2 and ended its 2011 season with a sixth place finish at the South Coast Conference Championships held Thursday and Saturday at Mt. San Antonio College.

Release date 11-5-2011

julienQuarterback Thin, Football Falls To Grossmont

The Pasadena City College football team is running out of quarterbacks in trying to finish out the 2011 season. The Lancers were forced to go to their fourth-string signal caller in the second quarter Saturday night with yet another injury to a starting QB. From the point third-stringer and current starter Zeek Julien injured an ankle, visiting Grossmont College took advantage of the situation and went on to dominate the Lancers, 42-13, in a SCFA National Southern Conference game at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 11-5-2011

gara,rosalesRosales' Hat Trick Caps Late Comeback For Men's Soccer

After taking a 2-1 halftime lead, El Camino College seemed content in trying to play a containment defensive style to protect that advantage. The strategy worked all the way up until the 82nd minute. That's when the Pasadena City College men's soccer team and forward Irving Rosales blitzed the unsuspecting Warriors.

Release date 11-4-2011

rios/lombardiWomen's Cross Country Highest SoCal Finish in 8 Years

The Pasadena City College women's cross country team continued its impressive team season by taking 13th place at the Southern California Championships Friday at Ontario's Guasti Regional Park. It is the highest team SoCal finish by the Lancers since taking 12th in the 2003 meet, and the performance allowed the Lancers to qualify as a team for the CCCAA State Championships.

Release date 11-4-2011

harrierMen's Cross Country Season Comes To Sloppy End

After being given a reprieve to qualify for the Southern California Championships despite a last-place finish at the South Coast Conference Championships, PCC took 25th place out of 28 teams at the SoCal meet held Friday at Ontario's Guasti Regional Park. The season officially ended for the Lancers this race.

Release date 11-4-2011

Women's Soccer Knocks Off 3rd Place El Camino

Vanessa Capra assisted on all three Pasadena City College women's soccer team goals, including feeding a cross to Mallory Gutierrez for the game-winning score with eight minutes left as the fifth-place Lancers edged third-place El Camino College Friday. The South Coast Conference match was the home finale for PCC.

Release date 11-4-2011

faustWomen's Volleyball Sideout Cerritos, 3-0

In volleyball, sideout used to be the only way a team could score. When the points' rules changed a decade ago to a rally scoring system, the need for winning the serve or gaining the sideout became less important. On Wednesday, state No. 7-ranked Pasadena City College brought back some of the fun associated with keeping a sideout during the Lancers' speedy sweep over visiting Cerritos College, 25-8, 25-17, 25-17, at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 11-2-2011

alcarazRally Too Late For Men's Soccer v. East LA

The flurry performed late in the second half by the Pasadena City College men's soccer team showed a glimpse of the offensive firepower of the Lancers this season. Three goals were knocked in over a 21-minute span during Tuesday's South Coast Conference home game against East Los Angeles College.

Release date 11-1-2011

capraWomen's Soccer Uses Late Goal To Tie ELAC, 2-2

The Pasadena City College women's soccer team was pleased to earn a 2-2 tie against visiting East Los Angeles College Tuesday. But the Lancers knew they were ever so close to leaving Robinson Stadium with a win instead.

Release date 11-1-2011

leungSCC Last For Men's Cross Country, But Qualifies For SoCal Meet

How strong is the South Coast Conference in men's cross country this year? Well, strong enough that Pasadena City College, the eighth and last place team at Saturday's SCC Championships received the news the season will continue at the upcoming Southern California Championships.

Release date 10-30-2011

faleofaFootball Self Destructs In Palomar Loss

Committing six turnovers, five on fumbles, the Pasadena City College football team had little go right in a 40-6, SCFA National Southern Conference loss against host Palomar Saturday night at Escondido High's Wilson Stadium.

Release date 10-30-2011

lyonsWomen's Cross Country Races 3rd, Lyons 9th At SCC Championships

The Pasadena City College women's cross country team raced to its highest team finish in a decade--third place--at the 2011 South Coast Conference Championships Saturday morning at Cerritos Regional Park.

Release date 10-30-2011

gutierrrezOffense Comes Together For Women's Soccer In 4-0 Win

The Pasadena City College women's soccer team exploded for three second-half goals and went on to complete a 4-0, South Coast Conference victory at Los Angeles Harbor College Friday afternoon. The Lancers scored more than two goals in a contest for the first time in more than a month and reached their highest goal total in 10 conference matches this season.

Release date 10-29-2011

acostaWomen's Volleyball Stunned By Mt. SAC In 3

Coming into a key South Coast Conference matchup Friday night at state No. 8-ranked Mt. San Antonio, the No. 7-rated Pasadena City College women's volleyball team looked to solidify its hold on second place in the conference. Sitting at match point in the first set, 24-22, the roof collapsed on the Lancers.

Release date 10-28-2011

moeWomen's Volleyball Smashes LBCC in 3

The No. 7-rated Pasadena City College women's volleyball team hasn't always looked like one of the state's top-ranked teams this season. But on Wednesday night, the Lancers looked every bit the ranking in a dominating sweep over Long Beach City College, 25-8, 25-16, 25-21, in a South Coast Conference match at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 10-26-2011

greggWomen's Water Polo Wins 2 In Battle At The Beach

The Pasadena City College women's water polo team continued its rise in performance by winning a pair of games at the Long Beach City College-hosted Battle at the Beach Tournament Oct. 21-22.

Release date 10-25-2011

joleen galeazzi-pimentelWomen's Soccer Can't Stop Cerritos Onslaught, 6-2

The Pasadena City College women's soccer team did something Tuesday that no other squad had accomplished this season--score more than one goal in a game v. undefeated Cerritos College. Other than an interesting statistic, however, the feat meant little to the Lancers as the Falcons peppered the PCC goal for 25 shots in a lopsided, South Coast Conference loss to Cerritos, 6-2.

Release date 10-25-2011

rosalesRosales' 2 Goals Not Enough For Men's Soccer v. Cerritos

For a few minutes Tuesday, the Pasadena City College men's soccer team saw an opportunity to catch South Coast Conference power Cerritos College during their game at Robinson Stadium. The Lancers had sliced a 2-0 halftime deficit to 2-1 on a goal by Irving Rosales in the 54th minute.

Release date 10-25-2011

State Champion PCC Baseball Coach Ron Robinson Passes At 84

Ron Robinson, 84, who coached the last state champion baseball team at Pasadena City College in 1967, died Monday morning after a courageous battle with cancer. Robinson was the head baseball coach at PCC from 1961-1974.

Release date 10-24-2011

owensThird Quarter Nightmare Haunts Football In 56-21 Loss At No. 1 Saddleback

The Pasadena City College football team went toe to toe with SoCal No. 1-rated Saddleback, the nation's No. 4 ranked team, Saturday night at the Gauchos' home field in Mission Viejo. For 30 minutes, the Lancers created several scoring opportunities and headed for the locker room, trailing just 21-14.

Release date 10-22-2011

PCC Football At Saddleback To Be Broadcast In Live Stream Video

The Pasadena City College football game on Saturday night will be broadcast live on the Gaucho Sports Network, starting at 6 p.m.  For fans unable to make the trip to Mission Viejo or out of town for the weekend, they can watch the game live on stream video at Saddleback's website for a donation charge of $10.

Release date 10-21-2011

xuVolleyball Speeds Past Trade Tech, 3-0

For two games Friday night, the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team resembled more of the squad that has built a No. 6 spot in the state Top 25 rankings. PCC went with an all-freshmen lineup in the final game and easily swept past host Los Angeles Trade Tech College, 25-11, 25-10, 25-18, in a South Coast Conference match.

Release date 10-21-2011

mendietaWomen's Water Polo Evens SCC Mark At 3-3

Makenzie Blank scored four goals in a span of three minutes during the first half to help the Pasadena City College women's water polo team down Rio Hondo, 10-6, in a South Coast Conference game at the Aquatic Center Wednesday afternoon.

Release date 10-19-2011

josephJoseph Helps Volleyball Sweep ELAC

Making the switch to outside hitter, Yanise Joseph pounded down her season-high 15 kills in helping the state's No. 6-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team sweep host East Los Angeles College, 25-19, 25-19, 25-16, in a South Coast Conference match Wednesday night.

Release date 10-19-2011

blankWater Polo Goes 2-2 At Citrus Tournament

The improving Pasadena City College women's water polo team won two of four games at the Citrus College Tournament Oct. 14-15. 

Release date 10-18-2011

pone faleofaFootball Jumps To No. 14 In Regional Rankings

Behind a 30-20 upset win over previously undefeated Fullerton Saturday, the Pasadena City College football team went from unranked to No. 14 on this week's CCCAA state regional Top 20 poll. 

Release date 10-18-2011

washburnWomen's Soccer Breaks Slide, Blanks Mt. SAC, 2-0

The Pasadena City College women's soccer team snapped out of both a scoring slump and a 5-match, South Coast Conference winless streak Tuesday as the Lancers shut out Mt. San Antonio College, 2-0, at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 10-18-2011

mirandaMt. SAC Too Much For Men's Soccer, 4-1

A year ago, the Pasadena City College men's soccer team surprised many when it rallied to beat Mt. San Antonio College, 3-2, in what was the Lancers' biggest highlight of the 2010 season. Ever since that match, Mt. SAC has been a team on a mission.

Release date 10-18-2011

pone faleofaFootball Shocks No. 3-Rated Fullerton, 30-20

In his first season at Pasadena City College, Lancers head football coach Fred Fimbres brought his unranked team into SCFA National Southern Conference play Saturday night against the nation's No. 14-ranked and regional No. 3-rated Fullerton College. Suffice to say the rankings are going to change this coming week.

Release date 10-15-2011

callenEl Camino Keeps Hex On PCC Volleyball

Since the start of the 2008 season, the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team has rarely been swept in a match. The Lancers have lost in three games only seven times through Friday night. Unfortunately for the state's No. 6-ranked PCC, five of those blankings were performed by its toughest South Coast Conference rival--No. 4-rated El Camino College.

Release date 10-14-2011

rosalesRosales Sparks Men's Soccer In 2-2 Tie With LBCC

With top scorer and playmaker Gor Kirakosyan out with an injury the past few matches, the Pasadena City College men's soccer team has looked for someone else to step up offensively. On Friday, freshman forward Irving Rosales, an early season sensation who had cooled off recently, found his scoring touch again with two goals as the Lancers settled for a 2-2, South Coast Conference tie against visiting Long Beach City College.

Release date 10-14-2011

whiteWomen's Soccer Searching For Offense

The South Coast Conference schedule has never been an easy task for the Pasadena City College women's soccer team. This is especially true when it comes to scoring goals.

Release date 10-14-2011

irahetaEight Players Net Goals In WWP's 20-8 Win Over Trade Tech

The Pasadena City College women's water polo team jumped out to a 13-0 lead during the first half and went on to rout host Los Angeles Trade Tech College, 20-8, in a South Coast Conference game Wednesday.

Release date 10-13-2011

diaz/martinsenSilva Coaches 50th SCC Victory, Volleyball Takes Harbor

Twelve different Lancers spiked kills in helping the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team record head coach Tammy Silva's milestone 50th South Coast Conference victory Wednesday night. State No. 6-ranked PCC swept Los Angeles Harbor College, 25-16, 25-15, 25-9, at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 10-12-2011

petersFootball Among State Stat Leaders At Midway Mark

While the Pasadena City College football team prepares for the start of SCFA National Southern Conference play this week, the 2-3 Lancers are high in several team and individual statistical categories.

Release date 10-11-2011

greggWater Polo's Gregg Records Rare Feat In Citrus Win

As the Lancers primary goalie, Shelby Gregg is known for her versatility in the pool, and not just for her defensive prowess. Gregg displayed her skills in full form Saturday. She made 12 saves over the first three quarters, totaled six steals and even led the team on the scoreboard with three goals in a 7-6, Pasadena City College women's water polo team victory over Citrus to close out the 11th Pasadena Bowl Tournament.

Release date 10-10-2011

basketball madnessMeet The 2011-2012 PCC Hoops Teams: "Night of Madness," Thursday, Oct. 13

The Pasadena City College 2011-2012 men's and women's basketball teams will be on public display for the first time Thursday, October 13 as the two programs hold a "Night of Madness." Free admission to the event also includes a free t-shirt for the first 150 fans in attendance.

Release date 10-10-2011

lyonsCross Country Women Bolt To 2nd Place, Men 3rd At Brubaker Meet

The Pasadena City College women's cross country team placed second out of eight teams competing Friday morning at the Brubaker Invitational meet held at Orange County's Irvine Park. The Santa Ana College-hosted meet also featured a third place by PCC in the men's race.

Release date 10-8-2011

ramos-mccoristonWomen's Volleyball Breezes Past Cerritos

The state's No. 6-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team improved to 3-0 in the South Coast Conference behind a sweep over Cerritos College, 25-17, 25-15, 25-23, Friday night at Gahr High School.

Release date 10-7-2011

valle-acostaHoudini Act For Women's VB: Another 5-Game Win Over Mt. SAC

In its previous two home matches, the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team trailed 2-games-to-1 only to come back and win in five games. The state's No. 6-ranked Lancers were in far dire straits Wednesday in their South Coast Conference meeting with No. 11 Mt. San Antonio. 

Release date 10-6-2011

blankBlank Scores 6 Goals, But Water Polo On Short End v. Mt. SAC, 14-8

The Pasadena City College women's water polo team played well throughout its South Coast Conference match against visiting Mt. San Antonio College Wednesday afternoon, but ultimately mistakes in both zones helped the Mounties overtake the Lancers, 14-8.

Release date 10-5-2011

washburnWomen's Soccer Pulls Out 2-2 Tie With Harbor

Two goals just three minutes apart late in the first half helped the Pasadena City College women's soccer team rally for a 2-2 tie against Los Angeles Harbor College Tuesday in a South Coast Conference game at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 10-4-2011

benitezMen's Soccer Can't Sustain Lead With Harbor, Tie 2-2

For the second straight match, the Pasadena City College men's soccer team suffered a defensive breakdown. The Lancers couldn't protect a 2-0 lead as Los Angeles Harbor College fought back for a 2-2, South Coast Conference tie Tuesday at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 10-4-2011

riosRios Grabs 36th As Women's Cross Country 10th In SoCal Preview Meet

Freshman Zahina Rios raced a 20:07 time to take 36th place overall in leading the Pasadena City College women's cross country team to 10th at the SoCal Preview Meet held Friday at Guasti Regional Park in Ontario.

Release date 10-3-2011

estradaShaky Start, But No. 6 Volleyball Downs LBCC In SCC Opener

Ranked No. 6 in the State Top 25 Poll, the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team came out flat to begin its South Coast Conference opener at unranked Long Beach City College Friday. PCC dropped the first game, losing by nine points, but recovered with three consecutive dominating games in defeating the pesky Vikings, 16-25, 25-17, 25-9, 25-13.

Release date 10-2-2011

jahnke, morris, haggardFootball Succombs To Turnovers In 33-19 Loss At Ventura

Ventura College forced five Pasadena City College turnovers, two that produced instant touchdowns as the Pirates handed the Lancers a 33-19, SCFA non-conference, football defeat Saturday afternoon at the Ventura Sports Complex.

Release date 10-1-2011

gallardoState No. 6 Volleyball Enters SCC Play At 8-1

The state's No. 6-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team took third place at the Los Angeles Pierce College 2nd Brahma Invitational tournament Sept. 23-24. While the Lancers had a 7-match win streak snapped in a disappointing 5-game loss to No. 13 Golden West, they are busy preparing for this week's beginning to the South Coast Conference schedule.

Release date 9-29-2011

vcapraWomen's Soccer Stretches Undefeated Streak To 5 Matches

Posting a 1-0 home victory over El Camino College Compton Center Tuesday in its South Coast Conference opener, the Pasadena City College women's soccer team extended its undefeated streak to five games (4-0-1) in improving the Lancers' overall record to 4-2-2.

Release date 9-28-2011

kirakosyan leapsMen's Soccer, Kirakosyan Keep Juggernaut Going

Matching last year's win total in just eight matches this season, the Pasadena City College men's soccer team continued its ability to dominate opponents with a 3-1, South Coast Conference-opening victory over El Camino College Compton Center Tuesday at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 9-28-2011

milenePower Play Clicks For Water Polo In 11-8 Win Over El Camino

The Pasadena City College women's water polo team scored three times on the power play Wednesday and it was ultimately the difference in the Lancers' 11-8, South Coast Conference win over El Camino College at the Aquatic Center.

Release date 9-28-2011

barreraBarrera Sets Single-Game Assist Record; WP 2-2 At Cabrillo Tournament

Paloma Barrera tied the Pasadena City College women's water polo record for assists in a game with six plus she added two goals in the Lancers' 12-8 win over host Cabrillo at the Cabrillo Tournament completed on Saturday. 

Release date 9-26-2011

Hernandez Passes For 445 Yards, 4 TDs In Loss At COD

(PALM DESERT) -- Despite the third highest passing total in PCC football history by quarterback Cesar Hernandez, the Pasadena City College football team could not contain a speedy College of the Desert squad in a 58-28 SCFA non-conference loss Saturday night.

Release date 9-24-2011

blankBlank's 7 Goals Powers Water Polo To First Win

Makenzie Blank scored seven goals on just nine attempts and added two assists as the Pasadena City College women's water polo team secured its first victory of 2011 in a 15-2 triumph over West Valley at the Cabrillo Tournament Friday.

Release date 9-24-2011

gor k.Kirakosyan On Scoring Binge, Men's Soccer 5-1-1

With the program off to its best start since 2003, the Pasadena City College men's soccer team is 5-1-1 in the pre-conference season. The Lancers' successful start has been spearheaded by sophomore forward Gor Kirakosyan's playmaking talents.

Release date 9-23-2011

ramos-mccorristonWomen's Volleyball Survives In 5 v. Orange Coast

A six-time state champion, Orange Coast College has been a consistent California Community College power in women's volleyball. While Pasadena City College has yet to win a CCCAA title in its history, the Lancers have joined the Pirates the past few years as a state highly-ranked program under head coach Tammy Silva.

Release date 9-22-2011

jwilliamsFootball's Williams Named NSC Defensive Player of Week

Pasadena City College freshman defensive back Jarron Williams, a local talent from John Muir High, was selected as the SCFA National Southern Conference Defensive Player of the Week for week No. 3. Williams intercepted two passes, returning one for a 35-yard touchdown in the Lancers' 39-9 victory at Los Angeles Valley College Sept. 17.

Release date 9-22-2011

sacripanti/lombardiWomen's Cross Country Takes 10th At UC Riverside

Finishing higher than eight 4-year university squads, the Pasadena City College women's cross country team placed 10th overall at the UC Riverside Invitational meet held Saturday morning. Leading the Lancers' charge was Diane Lombardi in 59th place out of 248 runners.

Release date 9-18-2011

hernandezHernandez Passes, Rushes Football To 39-9 Rout At LAVC

With the news that starting quarterback Justin Posthuma will likely take a medical redshirt after being injured during last week's loss to Allan Hancock, the Pasadena City College football team has turned the signal calling duties over to letterman left-hander Cesar Hernandez.

Release date 9-17-2011

galeazzi-pimentelWomen Soccer's Gutierrez Extends Goal-Scoring Streak To 5 Games

Mallory Gutierrez kept her goal-scoring streak alive at five games as the Pasadena City College women's soccer team blanked host Mt. San Jacinto College, 3-0, in a non-conference game Friday afternoon.

Release date 9-16-2011

taruiMen's Soccer Settles For Late 2-2 Tie At Victor Valley

The Pasadena City College men's soccer team let a 2-0 lead slip away Wednesday as host Victor Valley scored at the end of extra time for a 2-2 tie in a non-conference match.

Release date 9-15-2011

moeVolleyball Ranked No. 6 In First State Top 25 Poll

The undefeated Pasadena City College women's volleyball team was rated sixth in the first CCCWVCA State Top 25 poll released this week. The Lancers are 5-0 thus far, including an impressive 4-game win over No. 13 Cypress.

Release date 9-14-2011

padiilaWomen's Water Polo Young, But Versatile In 2011

With a roster featuring nearly all freshmen, the Pasadena City College women's water polo team embarks on a season that will be about developing players to improve on a daily basis, according to head coach Terry Stoddard. 

Release date 9-14-2011

vcapraEarly Flurry Helps Women's Soccer Defeat SMC, 4-3

The Pasadena City College women's soccer team scored three goals in a seven-minute span early in the first half, then withstood a furious second-half onslaught by visiting Santa Monica College in posting a 4-3, non-conference victory Tuesday at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 9-13-2011

callenPair of Quality Wins At ECC Tourney Keeps Volleyball Perfect

Last year, Cypress College prevented the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team from making it to the CCCAA State final four tournament with a 4-game win over the Lancers in round 3 of the SoCal playoffs. PCC was able to exact a little revenge Sept. 9 at the El Camino College Classic in Torrance.

Release date 9-12-2011

jimenezMen's Soccer Back On Track, Now 4-1

After a head-scratching loss to Los Angeles Mission College early last week, the Pasadena City College men's soccer team returned to its offensive ways in a 4-1 road victory at College of the Desert Sept. 9.

Release date 9-12-2011

game tying goalWomen's Soccer Pulls Out Tie With Moorpark, 1-1

Sophomore forward Mallory Gutierrez's goal with one minute remaining lifted the Pasadena City College women's soccer team to a 1-1, non-conference tie Friday at Moorpark College. 

Release date 9-10-2011

morrisAllan Hancock Overpowers Football, 55-21

The statistics will show that the Pasadena City College football team gained more yards, 399-393, and totaled more first downs, 23-21, than visiting Allan Hancock College. But the real story was on the scoreboard as the Bulldogs' defense forced PCC's offense into a bevy of mistakes in Hancock's 55-21 victory at Robinson Stadium Saturday evening.

Release date 9-10-2011

e. rodriguezPCC Cross-Country Alum Rodriguez Named CCAA Athlete of Week

Ernesto Rodriguez, a state meet participant in his two seasons at Pasadena City College in 2008-2009, was selected the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Cross Country Male Runner of the Week for his current team at San Francisco State University. 

Release date 9-9-2011

moeAnother 5-Game Win For Women's Volleyball v. AVC

The Pasadena City College women's volleyball team may not like being extended in its recent matches, but the Lancers can chalk up another 5-game victory Wednesday at Antelope Valley College. PCC allowed the Marauders to rally from two games down, but won the decisive fifth game in a 25-19, 25-14, 20-25, 23-25, 15-9 non-conference win.

Release date 9-8-2011

lugoSoftball's Danielle Lugo Joins Other PCC Alumnae At Morgan State University

Danielle Lugo, a sophomore first baseman on the Pasadena City College women's softball team, signed a scholarship to attend Morgan State University. Lugo will join 2009 PCC alumnae in Amber Frame and Tiffany Rubin at the Baltimore, Md. college. 

Release date 9-7-2011

posthumaFootball QB Posthuma Named SCFA Offensive Player of the Week

Freshman quarterback Justin Posthuma was named SCFA National Southern Conference Offensive Player of the Week after his five-touchdown passing performance in Pasadena City College's 49-28, season-opening football victory over Glendale Sept. 3.

Release date 9-7-2011

manoyanLA Mission Snaps Men's Soccer Win Streak

Twice, the Pasadena City College men's soccer team shot itself in the proverbial foot with goals that were redirected off of PCC defenders into the Lancers net. The misplays led to an end of Pasadena's three-game winning streak in a 6-1 loss to Los Angeles Mission College Tuesday afternoon at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 9-6-2011

whiteWomen's Soccer Rallies, But Santa Ana Responds In 4-2 Loss

The Pasadena City College women's soccer team fought through a hot afternoon at Robinson Stadium and showed spark in coming back from a 2-0 halftime deficit to tie it 2-2. However, the visiting Santa Ana College Dons scored two goals in a two-minute span late in the match to send the Lancers to a 4-2 defeat.

Release date 9-6-2011

posthumaPosthuma Posts Historic Pass In Football's 49-28 Opening Win Over Glendale

Freshman quarterback Justin Posthuma passed for five touchdowns, including the longest completion in Pasadena City College football history, as the Lancers gave first-year head coach Fred Fimbres a 49-28 season-opening triumph over Glendale College Saturday night. The SCFA game drew a crowd of nearly 2,000 fans at PCC's Robinson Stadium.

Release date 9-4-2011

austinWomen's Soccer Looks For Improvement In 2011

After a first season that saw his team start with promise but fizzle thanks to injuries and tough South Coast Conference opponents, Pasadena City College women's soccer head coach Randy Lilavois is looking for the Lancers to show improvement and excel more as the season progresses in 2011. 

Release date 9-3-2011

smilesRosales Scores Again, 3 Straight Wins For Men's Soccer

Freshman forward Irving Rosales has scored at least one goal in each of his first three intercollegiate matches. That has been the lucky charm for the Pasadena City College men's soccer team as it won its third straight, non-conference match, 2-0, over Fullerton College at Robinson Stadium Friday afternoon. 

Release date 9-3-2011

chris leCross Country Newcomers To Be Tested In 2011

The Traci van der Wyk Show ended last year, a two-year run that featured the highest individual placings by a Pasadena City College women's cross country runner in school history. No one is following that closely to her speedy footsteps in 2011, but PCC Head Coach Armand Crespo feels he has some worthy runners on both Lancers teams this season. 

Release date 9-3-2011

Eighty-Seventh Season Of PCC Football Begins

The Fred Fimbres Coaching Era begins for the Pasadena City College football team as the first-year PCC head coach leads his troops against Glendale College in a SCFA non-conference game Saturday, Sept. 3. The 87th season opener for the Lancers has a 6 p.m. kickoff at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 9-2-2011

rosalesMen's Soccer Dominates SD Mesa, 4-0

It took just two games for two Pasadena City College men's soccer players to match last year's leading goal scoring mark over the entire 2010 season. Sophomore forward Gor Kirakosyan and frosh forward Irving Rosales each picked up their third goal as the Lancers rolled past San Diego Mesa, 4-0, in PCC's home opener Wednesday at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 8-31-2011

kirakosyanMen's Soccer Begins 2011 Season On Winning Note, 4-1 Over Cuyamaca

In last year's debut season for Edgar Manvelyan as Pasadena City College men's soccer head coach, the Lancers clearly played a controlled strategy, emphasizing defense. It showed in the low amount of scoring in PCC games in 2010. The Lancers averaged just 1.45 goals per game, but limited opponents to even less at 1.25.

Release date 8-27-2011

anolani and valle-acostaWomen's Volleyball Opens 2011 Season With 2 Wins

It went from terrific to scary for the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team Friday in its season-opening Pasadena Quad Tournament. The Lancers looked like well-oiled machine in blowing out Glendale in three games, but followed that with a mistaken-ridden match that went the distance against Citrus. PCC avoided being upset by the feisty Owls, battling back from down 12-9 in the fifth set for a five-game victory. 

Release date 8-26-2011

xuWomen's Volleyball: Setter Strong In 2011

Every year in women's volleyball, a team yearns to have a person to rely on at the setter position in order to quarterback the offense. Great setters have often been the difference between who wins a conference or even state title. The Pasadena City College women's volleyball team comes into the 2011 season in an envious situation. The Lancers have not one, but two setters with enormous talent.

Release date 8-25-2011

haggardLocals Highlight PCC Football Intrasquad Scrimmage Friday, Aug. 26

Featuring its largest local class of players in the past two decades, the Pasadena City College football team will hold an intrasquad scrimmage on Friday, Aug. 26 at Robinson Stadium. The Lancers will begin plays monitored by official game referees at 5 p.m.

Release date 8-22-2011

harrisonFootball Sends 13 More Players To 4-Year Universities

As the Pasadena City College football team prepares for the upcoming 2011 season, the Lancers welcomed the news that 12 more players from the 2010 team and one player from the 2009 squad have earned scholarships to four-year universities.

Release date 8-4-2011

brittany williamsBrittany Williams Promoted To PCC Softball Head Coach

Brittany Williams was promoted to head coach of the Pasadena City College women's softball team. Williams served as an assistant coach for the Lancers this past season and now will be in charge of the program, starting with the 2012 squad.

Release date 7-13-2011

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