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SPORTS NEWS 2012 - 2013

brownePCC's Browne To Run For St. Kitts and Nevis National Team

After winning two CCCAA state titles and being named the Pasadena City College 2012-13 Women's Athlete of the Year, freshman track and field sprinter Omhunique Browne announced her intentions of running for the national team of the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis, a twin-island state located in the West Indies.

Release date 6-19-2013

posthumaFootball QB Posthuma Goes Division I At Southeastern Louisiana

Justin Posthuma, a redshirt freshman quarterback on the 2012 Pasadena City College football team, is headed to NCAA Division I Southeastern Louisiana University on a grant-in aid scholarship. Posthuma went through some highs and lows at PCC, originally joining the Lancers' program in 2011.

Release date 6-13-2013

alcaraz, cabellerosMen's Soccer Pair Earn Scholarships To Manhattanville College

Two sophomore defenders from the 2012 Pasadena City College men's soccer team will continue to play together as teammates at the next level. All-South Coast Conference First Team choice Michael Alcaraz and All-SCC Second Teamer Yeyson Caballeros each earned scholarships to attend NCAA Division III Manhattanville College in New York. 

Release date 6-11-2013

ficocelliSoftball's Ficocelli Heading To William Penn U.

Pasadena City College softball sophomore Natalie Ficocelli, the only player to play for head coach Brittany Williams' first two Lancers teams, has earned a scholarship to play/attend William Penn University (West Des Moines, Iowa). Ficocelli was the Lancers' starting first baseman this past season and an All-South Coast Conference honorable mention.

Release date 6-10-2013

to, browneTrackster Browne, Swimmer To Named PCC 2012-13 Athletes of the Year

State champion women's track and field freshman sprinter Omhunique Browne and men's sophomore swimmer Stephen To, a state champion himself a year ago, are the 2012-2013 Pasadena City College Athletes of the Year. Ironically, both are local talents from the same prep sports program at San Marino High. 

Release date 5-30-2013

bushPCC Hoops Announcer Huisha Bush Lands LA Sparks Job

Huisha Bush, the long-time announcer for Pasadena City College women's and men's basketball games, is the new public address voice for the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks. With more than 10,000 fans in attendance, Bush announced the Sparks' home-opening victory over Seattle on Sunday at the Staples Center.

Release date 5-28-2013

williamsMen's Track and Field's Williams Takes 4th In High Jump At State Meet

For the Pasadena City College men's track and field team, the various accomplishments of the regular season didn't parlay as well at the CCCAA State Championship meet May 18-19 at College of San Mateo. The Lancers settled for a tie for 22nd place out of 38 colleges who scored points after scoring fifth at the SoCal Championships. 

Release date 5-20-2013

browneOmh-Unique! Browne Sets PCC Women's Track First With 2 State Titles

Omhunique Browne completed her own triple crown Saturday by becoming the first Pasadena City College women's track and field athlete to win two state titles at the CCCAA State Championships held at College of San Mateo. Browne's feat of winning the 100- and 200-meter state sprinting golds follows her wins in each event at both the South Coast Conference and Southern California Championships. 

Release date 5-18-2013

j.tarkanianCoaching Great Jerry Tarkanian To Enter PCC Court of Champions

Jerry Tarkanian, a legendary Pasadena City College alumnus and head coach of the Lancers' 1967 state champion men's basketball team, has been selected as just the 17th individual to join the PCC Dick Ratliff Court of Champions.

Release date 5-16-2013

zinnamonMen's Track and Field Take 5th At SoCals

The Pasadena City College men's track and field team didn't win an event at the Southern California Championships Saturday, but what they did do is earn the respect of the region once again in placing fifth overall.

Release date 5-14-2013

browneWhat Can Browne Do For PCC? Win SoCal 100, 200 Titles

Pasadena City College women's track and field sprinter Omhunique Browne is determined to be the best in the state in the 100- and 200-meter dashes and is one step away after her sterling performances at the Southern California Championships held Saturday at Antelope Valley College. Browne won the 100 and 200 titles in helping the Lancers finish a school best-ever sixth place in SoCal.

Release date 5-13-2013

ortizLancer Ortiz Settles For 3rd Place Medal In State Badminton

In the individual singles semifinals of the Pasadena City College-hosted  CCCAA Women’s Badminton State Championships Saturday, Lancer Angie Ortiz looked poised to advance to the finals. She won a hard-fought first set and was three points away in the second set from clinching her match v. Skyline's Anna Nguyen.

Release date 5-12-2013

ortizBadminton's Ortiz Survives 2012 State Final Rematch, Advances To Semis Saturday

Though there were 35 participants on day one of the CCCAA Women’s Badminton State Championships on Friday, all eyes were focused on two in a marquee singles quarterfinal matchup in Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. Defending state champion Angie Ortiz of Pasadena City College faced off against rival Evonne Zheng of City College of San Francisco with spectators crowded around the court and watching in silence during rallies and exploding with applause after points.

Release date 5-10-2013

liewPCC Hosts CCCAA State Badminton Championship Tournament May 9-11

Pasadena City College's Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium is the host site for this week's California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) State Badminton Championships to be held Thursday-Saturday, May 9-11.

Release date 5-8-2013

perezPCC's Phillip Perez Named All-SCC Baseball 2nd Team

Freshman Phillip Perez was the Pasadena City College baseball team's lone selection to the 2013 All-South Coast Conference Second Team at the designated hitter slot. Perez, who also played some right field and first base for the Lancers, batted .300 in 16 conference games with three doubles and three RBI.

Release date 5-8-2013

thordarsonPCC Softball Shortstop Thordarson Named All-SCC 1st Team

Pasadena City College shortstop Katelyn Thordarson, a freshman from Maranatha High, was named to the 13-player, All-South Coast Conference Softball First Team by conference coaches. 

Release date 5-8-2013

relay teamList of PCC Women's Swim School Records Set in 2013

Here is a breakdown of the Pasadena City College women's swim team list of school records broken in the just completed 2013 season. The Lancers earned their highest finish in school history at the CCCAA State Championships in eighth place

Release date 5-8-2013

browneLancer Browne Earns 2 SCC Women's Track Awards

Pasadena City College freshman sprinter Omhunique Browne was named the South Coast Conference Women's Track Athlete of the Year and SCC Women's Running Athlete of the Meet for her performance at the conference championships meet. The honors were part of the conference awards selected by head coaches last week.

Release date 5-6-2013

shepherdLancers Track and Field Establish High Marks At SoCal Prelims

The Pasadena City College men's and women's track and field teams positioned themselves with their performances Saturday at the Southern California Prelims meet held at Antelope Valley College. The SoCal Championships will take place at AVC next Saturday, May 11.

Release date 5-5-2013

ortizAngie Ortiz Wins SCC Individual Singles, Doubles Crowns Again

Pasadena City College women's badminton sophomore Angie Ortiz made it back-to-back seasons as the South Coast Conference individual singles and doubles champion after her performance Friday in the SCC Individual Championships Tournament held at Manhattan Beach Badminton Club.

Release date 5-4-2013

mckinley/sernaDiver McKinley, Cross Country's Serna Named Valedictorians

Pasadena City College athletics celebrated  two student-athletes as among the 10-person group of valedictorians that took part in Friday's 88th PCC Commencement ceremony at Robinson Stadium. [editor's note--release was revised after ceremony took place].

Release date 5-3-2013

ortizSan Diego City Once Again Gets Best Of Badminton, 16-5

Sophomore Angie Ortiz did all she could for the Pasadena City College women's badminton team Wednesday, but one player does not make a team. Host San Diego City College stretched its winning streak to 19 matches and defeated the Lancers for the second straight year in the Southern California Championship final, 16-5.

Release date 5-2-2013

avedisianWomen's Badminton Plays For SoCal Title at SDCC

The Pasadena City College women's badminton team, winner of five consecutive South Coast Conference titles, will once again play for the Southern California championship today at 3 p.m. at Pacific Coast Athletic Conference champion San Diego City College

Release date 5-1-2013

batemanPCC WR Alum Kemonte Bateman Signs With Denver Broncos

Kemonte Batemen, a wide receiver who played on the 2009-2010 Pasadena City College football team, has signed a rookie free agent contract with the NFL's Denver Broncos. 

Release date 5-1-2013

toMen's Swimming's To Ends PCC Career With 2 More State Medals

Pasadena City College men's swimmer Stephen To can certainly be proud of a Lancers' career that placed him as one of the school's great butterfly swimmers. To closed out the PCC season April 26-27 by accomplishing a fourth place medal in the 100-yard butterfly and a sixth place in the 200 butterfly at the CCCAA State Championships held at East Los Angeles College.

Release date 4-30-2013

shettyMen's Track and Field Score 3 Sprint Titles At SCC Finals, Take 3rd

The Pasadena City College men's track and field team may have only matched last year's third place finish at the South Coast Conference Prelims/Championships, but the reality is that the 2013 team has greatly improved in the sprint events. 

Release date 4-30-2013

clark/browneBrowne's Double Helps Women's Track and Field Place 3rd In SCC

For the first time in 12 years, the Pasadena City College women's track and field team finished as high as third place at the South Coast Conference Championships. The Lancers performed the feat in the combined SCC Prelims and Finals meets that took place April 23 and April 26 at Mt. San Antonio College. 

Release date 4-30-2013

swim's fourPCC Women's Swim Best Finish Ever, Placed No. 8 At State Meet

No season in the history of Pasadena City College women's swimming compares to the just completed 2013 campaign. The Lancers caught fire at the CCCAA State Championships as its tiny 4-swimmer contingent scored the highest state finish in school history in eighth place. The event took place April 25-27 at the East Los Angeles College Swim Stadium.

Release date 4-27-2013

woodTrack and Field's Caleb Wood Repeats SCC Javelin Title

Pasadena City College men's track and field thrower Caleb Wood won his second straight South Coast Conference title in the javelin event Tuesday, winning with a throw of 184 feet, 2 inches at the SCC Prelims Meet held at Mt. San Antonio College. 

Release date 4-26-2013

frederickFrederick Takes 4th, Breaks PCC Record In State Meet 100 IM

Pasadena City College women's swimmer Emily Frederick entered the 2013 CCCAA State Championships meet looking for a new challenge. Although she held the Lancers' school record in the 100-yard individual medley on an early-season swim, Frederick abandoned that event for others later in the year and at the recent South Coast Conference Championships. 

Release date 4-25-2013

yanBadminton's Lower Ladder Improves In Compton Win

The Pasadena City College women's badminton maybe looking to the future with freshmen Serena Yan, Sophia Njomin, and  Grace Park. The international trio were looking strong Wednesday during th Lancers' 20-1, South Coast Conference victory over visiting El Camino College-Compton Center. 

Release date 4-25-2013

fico/shaneSoftball Closes Improved 2013 Season On High Note

The Pasadena City College women's softball team finished the 2013 season in style as the Lancers mercied Los Angeles Harbor, 10-0, in the South Coast Conference finale for both teams. It was the 11th time this season that the Lancers defeated an opponent in a game called early due to the 8-run rule. 

Release date 4-24-2013

s.williamsTrack and Field Ready For SCC Prelims/Finals

The Pasadena City College men's and women's track and field teams participate in the South Coast Conference Prelims Tuesday, April 23 at Mt. San Antonio College. The SCC Finals then take place at the Walnut campus' Hilmer Lodge Stadium on Friday, April 26. 

Release date 4-23-2013

extonFormer PCC Baseball Coach Lani Exton Passes Away At 76

Alan "Lani" Exton, the Pasadena City College head baseball coach in the late 1970s, passed away Sunday at Citrus Valley Medical Center due to undisclosed causes. He was 76.

Release date 4-23-2013

to in actionStephen To Doubles Again As SCC Butterfly Champion

Pasadena City College men's swimmer Stephen To hit a double for the second straight season by winning both the 100- and 200-yard butterfly titles at the 2013 South Coast Conference Swimming Championships held April 18-20 at Chaffey College.

Release date 4-22-2013

cheung/stoddardCheung Named SCC Women's Swimmer Of Year; PCC Sets 12 School Records

From a historic standpoint, it doesn't get better than the performance of the Pasadena City College women's swim team at the South Coast Conference Championships held April 18-20 at Chaffey College. The Lancers had no chance of capturing a conference team title due to their small numbers, but overall team success and new PCC records were a huge part of this weekend's outcome.

Release date 4-21-2013

cheungCheung Captures Historic SCC, PCC Record In Winning 200 IM

In the recent history of Pasadena City College women's swimming going back to the 1990s, the Lancers had never seen one of their student-athletes own a South Coast Conference record. That was until Friday when freshman Shannon Cheung broke a 13-year-old conference record and set a new PCC school record in winning the 200-yard individual medley at the SCC Championships held at Chaffey College. Cheung's 2-minute, 8.51 seconds time shattered the previous conference record of 2:10.46 set in 2000 by Golden West's Micah Burden.

Release date 4-20-2013

stephen toTo(e) The Line: PCC Men's Swimmer Repeats SCC 100 Butterfly Title

For the second straight year, Pasadena City College men's swimmer Stephen To won the 100-yard butterfly title on day 2 of the 2013 South Coast Conference Championships held Friday at Chaffey College.

Release date 4-20-2013

freestyle champsMore PCC School Records Shattered On Day 1, SCC Swim Finals

Shannon Cheung broke the 14th different Pasadena City College women's swim school record set this season Thursday in winning the 500-yard freestyle title on day 1 of the 2013 South Coast Conference Swimming Championships at Chaffey College. Cheung's victory was one of five PCC records shattered thus far at the conference finals.

Release date 4-19-2013

ortizPCC Badminton Clinches Tie For 5th Straight SCC Crown

After having its streak of 41 conference victories snapped by East Los Angeles College on April 10, the Pasadena City College women’s badminton team was looking to not only avenge the loss but also clinch the South Coast Conference title outright when it faced the Huskies again in Monterey Park on Friday. But ELAC had different plans as it kept it close throughout the entire event and eventually edged the Lancers again in a heartbreaker, 11-10.

Release date 4-19-2013

palaciosBadminton Rebounds With 19-2 Win Over ECC

Stinging a bit from the end of the program's 41-match, South Coast Conference winning streak, the Pasadena City College women's badminton team put away their disappointment in knocking of host El Camino College, 19-2, Wednesday.

Release date 4-18-2013

marona/medranoFootball's Marona, Medrano Earn 4-Year University Scholarships

The Pasadena City College football team held a signing ceremony Tuesday for 2012 lettermen Tyler Marona and Andrew Medrano, who both earned scholarships to play at the university level.

Release date 4-16-2013

frederickWomen's Swim Owns Bevy Of Top SCC Seed Times

In a record-setting year in Pasadena City College women's swimming, the Lancers hold a number of top seed times going into the 2013 South Coast Conference Championships to be held Thursday-Saturday, April 18-20 at Chaffey College. 

Release date 4-16-2013

anderson/mckinleyPCC Divers Make A Splash At SCC/SoCal Championships

The 2013 season for Pasadena City College divers culminated with season-best performances for the Lancers at the South Coast Conference/Southern California Championships held April 12-13 at El Camino College. 

Release date 4-15-2013

canoPCC Track's Cano Wins Steeplechase At Mt. SAC Relays

Pasadena City College men's track and field runner Kevin Cano rallied from way back in the field to win the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the 55th Mt. San Antonio Relays held April 13 in Walnut. Cano, a sophomore, posted his personal best time of 9 minutes, 37.4 seconds to place him sixth on the state list. 

Release date 4-15-2013

delano"42" Showing Reminder of PCC Alumnus Jackie Robinson's Legacy

Pasadena City College hosted a private screening of the film "42," depicting the historic 1947 Major League Baseball rookie season of alumnus Jackie Robinson (1937-39), before a packed house of PCC officials, members of the Robinson family, current student-athletes, coaches, and alumni at the ArcLight Pasadena Theater on Friday.   

Release date 4-12-2013

scoreboardSoftball Loses Wild 25-13 Affair v. El Camino

On an afternoon where the Pasadena City College softball team totaled its season high of 20 hits, visiting El Camino College put on an even better hitting clinic with 26 hits as the Warriors shook off a PCC rally to defeat the Lancers, 25-13, in a South Coast Conference game at Robinson Park. 

Release date 4-11-2013

shaghigBadminton's 41-Match Conference Win Streak Ends

There will be no "42" for the Pasadena City College women's badminton team. The Lancers saw their South Coast Conference winning streak end at 41 matches Wednesday as East Los Angeles College upended them, 13-8, at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 4-11-2013

smithWomen's Track Runs Season-Best 47.60 Relay At CSLA Meet

The Pasadena City College women's track and field team is in preparation mode for the upcoming South Coast Conference Championships. The Lancers are among the state leaders in a slew of events and expect to be a force in the 4x100 meter relay. At the Cal State Los Angeles Invitational April 5-6, PCC won the event with a season-best 47.60 mark, good enough for No. 5 currently among state community colleges.

Release date 4-10-2013

fraijoOffense Void For Baseball

For the fourth time in the past nine games, the Pasadena City College baseball team failed to plate a run as Mt. San Antonio handed the hapless Lancers their 12th consecutive South Coast Conference loss, 9-0, Tuesday. The game was the first of a 3-game set between the two teams played at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field. 

Release date 4-10-2013

tarkPCC Alumnus Jerry Tarkanian Named To Basketball Hall of Fame

Jerry Tarkanian, a Pasadena City College alumnus and head coach of the Lancers' 1967 state champion men's basketball team, was named as part of the 2013 class of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Monday.

Release date 4-9-2013

smithSeventh Place For Men's Swim At Pasadena Invitational

In previous years, the Pasadena City College men's swim team has used its Pasadena Invitational as a revealing tuneup to good things at the South Coast Conference Championships and CCCAA State Championships. After the Lancers' seventh place finish at the 13th edition of their invitational on April 5-6, it is hard to gauge what will happen for some of the squad's top swimmers.

Release date 4-9-2013

emilyFrederick Breaks 50,100 Freestyle, Helps Set 3 Women Relay Records At 13th Pasadena Invitational

After recovering from a back injury that left her out of the water for two weeks, Pasadena City College women's swimmer Emily Frederick is all the way back and returning to her sensational freshman-season form. Frederick broke her own school record in winning the 100-yard freestyle, broke her 50 freestyle record, and helped snap three school relay records to highlight the Lancers' performances at the 13th Pasadena Invitational held Friday-Saturday.

Release date 4-7-2013

graceBadminton Continues SCC Dominance

Ringing up its 41st consecutive South Coast Conference victory Friday, the Pasadena City College women's badminton team is at the halfway mark of what will likely be its fifth straight conference championship season. The Lancers wiped out El Camino, 19-2, at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. 

Release date 4-5-2013

hernandezSoftball Sweeps Season Series v. Compton

For the third time in 2013, the Pasadena City College softball team mercied El Camino College-Compton Center, 9-1, Thursday in a South Coast Conference game at Robinson Park. The Lancers outscored the last-place Tartars, 33-4, in their three encounters.

Release date 4-4-2013

ficocelliFicocelli's Blast Not Enough In 7-6 Softball Loss

Sophomore Natalie Ficocelli, the only returning sophomore from head coach Brittany Williams' first season in 2012, did her best to lead the Pasadena City College softball team Tuesday in its South Coast Conference game at East Los Angeles College.

Release date 4-3-2013

chiodoPCC Men Split Cerritos Swim Double Dual

In its final dual South Coast Conference meet, the Pasadena City College men's swim team defeated LA Trade Tech, 131-102, while losing to host Cerritos College, 196-69, on March 28.

Release date 4-1-2013

bashamCheung, Basham Score Triples At SCC Double Dual

Pasadena City College women's swim team freshmen Shannon Cheung and Arolyn Basham each recorded three event victories in a South Coast Conference double dual meet held at Cerritos College March 28. 

Release date 4-1-2013

thordarsonThordarson's Defense/Offense Leads Softball

As a freshman, shortstop Katelyn Thordarson has become the Pasadena City College softball team's most complete player. Thordarson exhibited her talents at the plate and in the field once again Thursday in helping the Lancers hammer Los Angeles Harbor College, 11-3, in a South Coast Conference game called after five innings due to the 8-run rule. The game was played at PCC's off-campus home at Robinson Park.

Release date 3-28-2013

liewLiew Emerges To Help Badminton Over ELAC

The Pasadena City College women's badminton team reached its 40th consecutive conference victory on Wednesday by defeating East Los Angeles College, 16-5, at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. The Lancers are showing no signs of slowing down, continuing to find improvement each match.

Release date 3-28-2013

grantSpeed Helps Baseball To 6-3 Win

It was a harmless hit, or so it seemed. In the second inning, with runners on second and third and two outs, Pasadena City College baseball team leftfielder Kori Grant hit a short pop that fell about 30 feet from home plate. The speedy Grant beat out the throw to first by Cerro Coso pitcher Roberto Hernandez for an infield single. In the process rightfielder Anthony Martinez crossed the plate from third followed moments later by hustling centerfielder Charles Smith, who scored all the way from second base.

Release date 3-27-2013

movsisyanPCC Alum Yura Movsisyan Shines In Russian Soccer League

The legend of former Pasadena City College men's soccer player Yura Movsisyan continued to grow on March 10 when the U.S.-Armenian international scored three goals in his debut for Spartak Moscow during a 3-1 win over Terek Grozny. It was Movsisyan's debut for his new team in the Russian Premier League.

Release date 3-26-2013

whiteLancer Sprinter Christian White Seizes Moment At Pasadena Games

Pasadena City College men's track and field sprinter Christian White picked the perfect time for his best race of the season Saturday. White, a freshman from Laurel High in Maryland, put on his best impression of the "Roadrunner," and posted the state's best mark this year in the 400 meters, a 47.44 seconds time at the 70th Pasadena Games held at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 3-26-2013

andersonMen's Swimming Sees Improvement, 1-1 At Home Double Dual

Stephen To, Michael Chiodo and diver Chris Anderson all picked up event wins as the Pasadena City College men's swim team recorded its first win of the South Coast Conference season, splitting a double dual v. Rio Hondo and Long Beach City Colleges on Friday.

Release date 3-25-2013

arolynFor Women's Swim, 50-Breaststroke Record Basham's To Keep

After tying a 17-year-old school record in the 50-yard breaststroke in her very first collegiate meet, freshman Arolyn Basham has continued to practice hard for the Pasadena City College women's swim team. Basham found a challenge Friday in Long Beach City College swimmer Jackie Rojas and the pair's duel pushed Basham to the record outright at 32.78 seconds set during the Lancers-hosted double dual meet. 

Release date 3-25-2013

avedisianThirty-Nine Straight SCC Wins For PCC Badminton

It was easy sailing for the Pasadena City College badminton team as it rolled to another win on Friday, defeating El Camino College, 19-2, at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. This 39th consecutive conference victory for the Lancers improves the team’s record to 4-2 overall, and undefeated at 4-0 in the South Coast Conference.

Release date 3-25-2013

amodiaWomen's Trackster Amodia Climbs To 2nd In State in 400 Hurdles

Omhunique Browne continued her impressive season as one of the state's top sprinters during the 70th Pasadena Games on Saturday. And while her stock is rising, another Pasadena City College women's track and field star emerged over the weekend in hurdler Sophia Amodia. 

Release date 3-25-2013

ficocelliSoftball: 3 Days, 3 SCC Games, 3 Losses

A tough three-day stretch for the Pasadena City College softball team ended Thursday with the Lancers' third straight South Coast Conference loss, a 4-1 decision to Long Beach City College at Robinson Park.

Release date 3-22-2013

stranskyBaseball Pitching, A Brightspot In Dismal Streak

One of the primary concerns going into the 2013 season for the Pasadena City College baseball team was the lack of reliable pitching arms for the Lancers. Twenty games into the campaign, it turns out starting pitching has become the team's biggest strength behind the arms of sophomore righthander Evan Stransky and freshman Tim Shiba. 

Release date 3-21-2013

pgamesTrack and Field Hosts 70th Pasadena Games March 22-23

Pasadena City College's Robinson Stadium is the site once again for the 70th Pasadena Games, a multi-level track and field event featuring college, top high school, and exhibition pro races, on Thursday-Friday, March 22-23.

Release date 3-21-2013

njominBadminton Depth Seen In 20-1 Win Over Compton

Though head coach Bill Sanchez decided to rest some of his top players, the Pasadena City College women’s badminton team proved it is a force to be reckoned with by defeating El Camino College-Compton Center, 20-1, at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium Wednesday. That makes it 38 consecutive conference wins for the Lancers.

Release date 3-20-2013

cheungCheung Breaks PCC 50-Backstroke Record; Women Split Double Dual At ECC

For nine years, 2004 alumnae Joelle Johnson held the Pasadena City College women's swim record for fastest time in the 50-yard backstroke before 2013 freshman Emily Frederick broke the mark at the season-opening SCC Pentathlon. Frederick's record stood for just a month as frosh teammate Shannon Cheung once again reset the mark with a another new PCC standard of 28.89 seconds.

Release date 3-19-2013

cano/leeTrack and Field Continues String of Top Times/Marks

The Pasadena City College men's and women's track and field teams continue to improve their standing in many events after competing in a pair of meets on March 15 and March 16.

Release date 3-18-2013

boltBadminton Pushed By ELAC, But Triumph, 13-8

Host East Los Angeles College challenged the four-time defending South Coast Conference champion Pasadena City College women's badminton team Friday, but the Lancers prevailed, 13-8. It was PCC's 37th consecutive conference victory.

Release date 3-17-2013

perezBaseball Swept by El Camino

The Pasadena City College baseball team hit into six double plays as host El Camino College completed a 3-game sweep over the Lancers, 10-4, in a South Coast Conference game Saturday.

Release date 3-16-2013

espinosaBadminton Extends SCC Winning Streak

A four-time defending champion of the South Coast Conference, the Pasadena City College women's badminton team extended its conference winning streak to 36 matches with a 20-1, SCC-opening victory at El Camino College Wednesday.

Release date 3-14-2013

cuirizAnother Road Win, Double Digits For Softball

The Pasadena City College softball team won its second straight South Coast Conference road game Tuesday while reaching double figures in runs once again in a 12-1, six-inning rout over host El Camino College-Compton Center.

Release date 3-13-2013

robledoBaseball Rallies Twice, But Not Enough In 6-5 Loss

The South Coast Conference record reads 1-3 for the Pasadena City College baseball team, but, in four games, the Lancers have been in a position to win all of them. Despite putting together rallies in the sixth and ninth innings, PCC fell short in a 6-5 loss to El Camino College Tuesday at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field. 

Release date 3-13-2013

Cheerleading Tryouts March 18-22 At PCC

Tryouts for the 2013-14 Pasadena City College cheerleading squad will take place all next week from Monday, March 18 through Friday, March 22. The tryouts, open to all PCC students, will be held each day from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the PCC W-building gymnasium, located next to the PCC Aquatic Center. 

Release date 3-12-2013

browneWomen's Sprinter Browne 2nd Fastest In Nation in 100

Omhunique Browne is fittingly unique in women's track and field history at Pasadena City College. While the Lancers have had some seen throwers, jumpers and middle distance runners excel over the years, PCC hasn't really cultivated a truly great sprinter. That is until this season in Browne, a freshman from San Marino High, who is setting her sights on some big sprint prizes by May.

Release date 3-12-2013

boltNorth Trip Is Reminder That Badminton Has Way To Go

To get his Pasadena City College women's badminton team "battle-tested," head coach Bill Sanchez took his Lancers to Northern California this past weekend. The results were disappointing with a pair of dual match losses, and an indicator to Sanchez that PCC will have to practice hard to improve.

Release date 3-11-2013

watrobaWomen's Swim Continues Impressive Marks, Records

The freshmen trio of Emily Frederick, Arolyn Basham, and Shannon Cheung along with sophomore Paige Watroba continued their relentless assault on the Pasadena City College women's swimming record book with their performances March 8-9 at the Chaffey Invitational. 

Release date 3-11-2013

ToPCC's To Wins Both Butterfly Events At Chaffey Invitational

Sophomore Stephen To showed why he is a leading contender for state in the 100-yard and 200-yard butterfly events by winning both at the Chaffey Invitational held March 8-9 at Riverside City College. 

Release date 3-11-2013

shibaSquandered Leads Cost PCC Baseball

The Pasadena City College baseball team let another lead slip away Saturday in their second straight loss to Los Angeles Harbor, 10-6, at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Field. After winning the opener v. Harbor, the Lancers lost two straight in their South Coast Conference opening series.

Release date 3-9-2013

b. fraijoBaseball Starts SCC Season With 3-2 Win Over Harbor

The Pasadena City College baseball team used patience and a couple of strategic moves by head coach Evan O'Meara to help pull out a 3-2 win over Los Angeles Harbor College Tuesday afternoon in the South Coast Conference opener for both squads. The game was played at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.

Release date 3-6-2013

thordarsonSoftball Powers Way To 11-6 Win At Harbor

First baseman Sara Quintero snapped a 5-5 tie in the top of the seventh inning, blasting a 3-run homer as the Pasadena City College softball team downed host Los Angeles Harbor, 11-6, Tuesday in a South Coast Conference game. While the team has won at neutral tournament sites, it was the first time in seven 2013 games that PCC won a game on the road.

Release date 3-6-2013

brownWomen's Trackster Brown Runs State's 2nd Fastest 200 At UNLV Invitational

Pasadena City College women's track frosh sprinter Omhunique Brown raced the second fastest 200 meters time in the state this season with her 24.36 seconds mark at the UNLV Invitational held March 1-2 in Las Vegas.

Release date 3-4-2013

toMen's Swimmer Stephen To Setting To Build On Last Year's State Title

Pasadena City College men's sophomore swimmer Stephen To, the defending state champion in the 200-yard butterfly, opened the South Coast Conference dual meet season by winning that event at a PCC-hosted double dual against Mt. San Antonio and Chaffey Colleges held March 1.

Release date 3-4-2013

izumida, lacey, quinteroWomen's Softball Takes 4th Place at Golden West Tournament

The Pasadena City College softball team hit a milestone of sorts this weekend in taking fourth place at the Golden West Tournament. With 10 victories this season, the Lancers have already surpassed the win total of the last three years as they set sights on matching the 20-win mark put together by the 2009 team.

Release date 3-4-2013

ortiz/liewBadminton At Grossmont Tournament: Ortiz Takes Singles, Teams With Liew To Win Doubles Titles

She was the first CCCAA state singles champion in Pasadena City College women's badminton history last season. She earned the PCC Women's Athlete of the Year for the 2011-2012 sports season. And that was as a freshman. So now a sophomore, Angie Ortiz is looking for what she can do as an encore.

Release date 3-2-2013

shayHutto-Patterson Playoff Win Streak, Season Ends For Women's Hoops

For the first time since Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium opened its doors at Pasadena City College in 1999-2000, the Lancers women's basketball team lost a home playoff game as No. 11 seed Irvine Valley College upset the No. 6 seed PCC, 66-53, Saturday night. It was a Round 2 game of the Southern California Regional Playoffs.

Release date 3-2-2013

bashamRecords Keep Falling For PCC Women's Swim Fearless Four

With just four swimmers on a seven-person roster, it was perhaps fitting that the Pasadena City College women's swimming and diving team posted a new school record in the 200-yard medley relay Friday during the Lancers' double dual home meet against Mt. San Antonio and Chaffey Colleges. Now the "Fearless Four" of PCC can all attach their name to one all-time mark as phenom newcomer Emily Frederick, freshman Arolyn Basham, sophomore Paige Watroba, and freshman Shannon Cheung recorded a 1:55.55 

Release date 3-2-2013

shanebergerClose Losses To Mt. SAC, LBCC Sign Of Softball's Improvement

From 2010-2012, the Pasadena City College softball team seemed to lose its way as a program. The Lancers struggled for victories (27) spread out each in three straight nine-win years under three different head coaches. The South Coast Conference competition was even worse for the Lancers, who have won only 12 league games during that period.

Release date 3-1-2013

fredericksThree More PCC Women's Swim Records For Frederick At Mt. SAC Invitational

It's taken Emily Frederick just two meets to make the Pasadena City College sports information office want to simply toss out the "updated" Lancers women's swim record list. The freshman Frederick added to her two records from her collegiate debut by winning three events and setting three brand new PCC school records at the Mt. San Antonio Mt. SAC Invitational held Feb. 22-23.

Release date 2-27-2013

fraijoBaseball Stuck In Pre-Conference Tough Spell

The Pasadena City College baseball team continued its funk, losing to Oxnard College, 9-1, Tuesday in a non-conference game at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field. The Lancers fell to 2-10 while the Condors have won five straight games (two v. PCC) since starting the year at 0-5.

Release date 2-27-2013

shay/parksWomen Cager Shay Jackson Named All-State; Kaitlyn Parks Joins Her On All-SCC 1st Team

Pasadena City College women's basketball sophomore point guard Shay Jackson was selected to the All-State Second Team and joined freshman center Kaitlyn Parks as choices to the All-South Coast Conference First Team.

Release date 2-26-2013

swan/tatumMen's Basketball Places Swanegan, Tatum All-SCC

Sophomore guard Mike Swanegan, the league leader in 3-point baskets, and second-year forward Alec Tatum, the team's leading rebounder, were the Pasadena City College men's basketball team selections to the 2012-13 All-South Coast Conference North Division Team.

Release date 2-26-2013

clark/browneWomen's Track Excels At Pasadena Relays

With the luxury of racing on its home Robinson Stadium track, the Pasadena City College women's track and field team recorded the second fastest times in the state this year in two relays during the Pasadena Relays held Feb. 22.

Release date 2-26-2013

izumidaSoftball, Izumida Blanks El Camino, 2-0

Melissa Izumida hurled a six-hitter and pitched her third shutout of the season as the Pasadena City College softball team turned back El Camino College,  2-0, Feb. 21 in a South Coast Conference game at Robinson Park. The Lancers are 8-8 overall, 2-2 in conference and a sparkling 7-1 at home.

Release date 2-26-2013

leeMen's Track Wins Own Pasadena Relays

Led by an impressive first place by the 4x400 meter relay squad, the Pasadena City College men's track and field team won five events and took first place in the team scoring at the Pasadena Relays held Feb. 22 at Robinson Stadium. 

Release date 2-26-2013

Women's Basketball Seeded No. 6, Hosts No. 11 Irvine Valley, Saturday, Mar. 2

Fresh off a 22-6 regular season and a third place finish in the South Coast Conference, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team received the No. 6 seed and will host No. 11 Irvine Valley in Round 2 of the Southern California Regional Playoffs. The Lancers and Lasers, from the Orange Empire Conference, will meet Saturday, March 2 in a 7 p.m. tip-off at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. 

Release date 2-25-2013

Men's Basketball Season Ends In Loss To State No. 16 ELAC

Much like the way the Pasadena City College men's basketball team played Friday, the Lancers couldn't shake their inconsistent ways. The Lancers again played one half of competitive, high level basketball only to play the second 20 minutes like they forgot how they kept the game close in the first place. 

Release date 2-23-2013

amartinezMartinez, Stransky Lead Baseball's Win Over Irvine Valley

Rightfielder Anthony Martinez knocked in four runs on a pair of 2-RBI singles and Evan Stransky hurled eight strong innings as the Pasadena City College baseball team snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 5-4 victory over Irvine Valley College at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field Thursday afternoon. The game was a makeup of a rainout from Feb. 19.

Release date 2-22-2013

lovingLoving It: Women's Cagers Close Regular Season On High Note

In 17 seasons under head coach Joe Peron, no Pasadena City College women's basketball team has clamped down on defense better than the 2012-2013 Lancers. On Friday night, PCC did its routine of swallowing the other team's offense while playing enough offense of its own to notch a 66-45 victory at Cerritos College in the South Coast Conference finale.

Release date 2-22-2013

groupBetter Late Than Never: Women's Hoops Recover v. LA Trade Tech

For more than 15 minutes Wednesday night, Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium might as well have been the Shatford Library. Visiting Los Angeles Trade Tech, the eighth place team in the South Coast Conference, rolled into the facility with a skeleton, 5-player, no subs squad, and quietly outplayed the state's No. 9-ranked Pasadena City College women's basketball team for most of the first half.

Release date 2-21-2013

sharesShares The Wealth: Rare Rebound/Assist Double-Double Leads Men's Hoops

If one player on the Pasadena City College men's basketball team exemplified energetic, it would be sophomore guard Steven Shares. A transfer who has turned into a defensive talent, the 6-foot-3, Pasadena High product has had to earn his minutes, often coming off the Lancers' bench.

Release date 2-21-2013

clarkTrack and Field Teams Combine For 15 Events Wins at Cerritos Invite

At the sparsely attended Cerritos College Invitational Feb. 15-16, the Pasadena City College men's and women's track and field teams continued to show depth and strength in many areas, evidenced by the 10 event wins turned in by the men's team and five first-place finishes by the women's squad.

Release date 2-20-2013

fredericksFrederick Shatters 2 School Swim Records At Season-Opening SCC Pentathlon

In the history of Pasadena City College athletics, it is hard to find a student-athlete with a more dynamic collegiate debut than women's freshman swimmer Emily Frederick. On Friday, Feb. 15, the Lancers opened the 2013 season in the South Coast Conference Pentathlon held at East Los Angeles College's Swim Stadium.

Release date 2-19-2013

dr. bellDr. Robert Bell Assumes PCC Athletic Director Role

Pasadena City College has announced that Dr. Robert Bell has taken over the duties of athletic director for the Lancers’ intercollegiate sports program. Dr. Bell replaces John Woods, who has completed his extended assignment with the college. 

Release date 2-19-2013

stuteThird 1-Run Loss Frustrates PCC Baseball

Saturday home games are usually festive occasions for collegiate baseball teams. Parents of players are often more free to attend games and even weekend passersby will stop to take in the competition. The 2013 Pasadena City College baseball team, however, has not enjoyed its recent Saturdays at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial  Field.                                                    

Release date 2-17-2013

cliftonOvertime Loss To Trade Tech Latest Men's Basketball Setback

For the second straight home game, the Pasadena City College men's basketball team watched a sure win turn into a head-shaking loss. The Lancers led visiting and South Coast Conference North Division last-place Los Angeles Trade Tech for nearly the entire 40 minutes of regulation play 

Release date 2-17-2013

pink pccDefense Remains Constant In Another 20-Win Season For Women's Hoops

In most recent seasons, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team built its reputation on a high energy, quick-paced offense and one of the state's top fastbreak units. But in 2012-13, the Lancers have utilized a tight half court defense, one that has been the theme of the team's success.

Release date 2-16-2013

Bill Sanchez To Coach PCC Women's Volleyball In 2013

Pasadena City College has announced that Bill Sanchez will assume the duties of interim head women's volleyball coach for the 2013 season. Tammy Silva, the Lancers' head coach for the past six seasons, is taking a one year sabbatical from coaching and is expected to return for the 2014 season.

Release date 2-15-2013

track file photoPCC Track and Field Host Pasadena Relays, Friday, Feb. 22

The Pasadena City College track and field program hosts the Pasadena Relays Friday, Feb. 22 at Robinson Stadium. Meet director is PCC track and field head coach Larry Wade. The relay events begin at 3 p.m. and run throughout the evening. 

Release date 2-15-2013

thordarsonSoftball Keeps Home Victory Streak Alive At 6 Games

The Pasadena City College softball team continued its run of success at Robinson Park Thursday with a 12-2, South Coast Conference victory over El Camino College-Compton Center. The Lancers are 6-0 in home games this season, outscoring opponents by a 43-6 count. 

Release date 2-15-2013

shayjacksonWomen's Cagers Take Sole Possession of 3rd In SCC

Once again, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team met a challenge and conquered it on Wednesday evening. The Lancers grabbed sole possession of third place in the South Coast Conference, avenging an early league loss to Los Angeles Southwest with a 66-62 triumph over the Cougars at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 2-14-2013

quinteroSoftball Lets SCC Opener Slip Away v. ELAC, 7-6

The Pasadena City College softball team couldn't have come closer to winning its South Coast Conference opener Tuesday at East Los Angeles College. The Lancers were one out away from clinching what would have been a 6-5 victory. Instead, an error by shortstop Allison Lacey on a fielder's choice throw to third allowed the Huskies to it.

Release date 2-12-2013

cwoodCaleb Wood Opens PCC Men's Track and Field Season With 2 Event Triumphs

After being named the South Coast Conference Field Athlete of the Year last season, sophomore thrower Caleb Wood is trying to make an encore. Wood began the 2013 Pasadena City College men's track and field season Friday by winning two events at the Mt. SAC Season Opener meet held at Mt. San Antonio College.

Release date 2-11-2013

lombardiWomen's Track and Field Win 6 Races At Mt. SAC Opener Meet

For most teams, one track and field meet certainly doesn't define a season. But the results of one meet can often dictate the course of a season. The 2013 Pasadena City College women's track and field established itself as a conference and state contender with its showing Friday at the Mt. SAC Season Opener meet held at Mt. San Antonio College.

Release date 2-11-2013

stellaWomen's Hoops' Guards Spur Win Over El Camino

While defense has been a constant for the Pasadena City College women's basketball team this season, head coach Joe Peron has looked for better production on offense, particularly from his sophomore starting guards. On Friday night for one of the few times this season, the pair of point guard Shay Jackson and shooting specialist Stella Ghazarian emerged together in the same game.

Release date 2-9-2013

shanebergerHome Domination For Softball, Sweep SMC In Doubleheader

The Pasadena City College softball team stayed perfect in home games at Robinson Park this season at 5-0 after sweeping Santa Monica College, 8-0 and 9-1, in a doubleheader Saturday where each game was ended in the fifth inning due to the 8-run mercy rule. 

Release date 2-9-2013

shibaShiba's Pitching Stands Out In 4-3 Loss to Victor Valley

The Pasadena City College baseball team seems to have a gem of a starter in freshman knuckleballer Tim Shiba. The question is will the team be able to give him enough run support? Such was not the case Saturday as Shiba's complete-game, 9-hitter resulted in a 4-3 loss by the Lancers against visiting Victor Valley College. The game was played at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.

Release date 2-9-2013

gomezBaseball's Daniel Gomez Makes CCCBCA All-State Academic Team

Daniel Gomez, a sophomore pitcher on the Pasadena City College baseball team, was chosen to the 2013 CCCBCA All-State Academic Team. Gomez was one of 18 players selected throughout the state's community college teams. Only six of those players were from Southern California region squads.

Release date 2-8-2013

c.smithEl Camino Buzzer Beater Stuns Men's Cagers, 71-70

It seemed like the perfect ending for the Pasadena City College men's basketball team Wednesday night in its South Coast Conference game against El Camino College at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. The Lancers battled back from 10 points down in the second half, then took the lead, 70-68, when sophomore guard Chris Smith made a driving layup with only 3.8 seconds remaining. 

Release date 2-7-2013

jeffersonWomen's Basketball Overwhelms ECC Compton, 83-29

For the 11th time this season, the No. 9-ranked Pasadena City College women's basketball team held an opponent to less than 50 points with all 11 games resulting in wins. The Lancers' 83-29 rout over visiting El Camino College-Compton Center Wednesday evening proved to be the lowest point total allowed all season, the most points scored by PCC, and the 54-point margin of victory the largest also of the 2012-2013 campaign.

Release date 2-6-2013

sernaAnother Home Shutout For Surging PCC Softball

In the two previous seasons since the Pasadena City College softball team began playing home games at Robinson Park, the Lancers were often trying to avoid being on the wrong side of the  mercy rule or scratching to just score a run. So far in 2013, it's the opponents who can't score on the Lancers, at least at PCC's off-campus home diamond.

Release date 2-5-2013

richardsPosition Depth Gives PCC Baseball Reason To Look Up In 2013

The Pasadena City College baseball team has a dilemma as the 2013 season began this weekend, but unlike recent seasons, it's the type of situation the coaching staff can look as a positive. Instead of fielding a set starting nine unit in the field, ninth-year head coach Evan O'Meara's Lancers have a bevy of interchangeable parts and more depth at starting spots than in any previous season.

Release date 2-3-2013

parksWomen's Cagers Give State No. 1 Mt. SAC A Scare, Lose, 52-45

After an upset victory over No. 5-ranked Long Beach City College Wednesday, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team set its sights on a bigger fish to reel in---state No. 1 Mt. San Antonio College. With 16 minutes left, the 10th-rated Lancers led, 38-37, on a long 3-point bomb by Stella Ghazarian. 

Release date 2-1-2013

jrJackie Robinson's Birthday Celebrated at PCC

Pasadena City College celebrates today, Jan. 31, the birthday of its most famous alumnus Jackie Robinson. A four-sport star at Pasadena Junior College, Robinson went on to break the modern color barrier in Major League Baseball on his way to a Hall of Fame career. A 20th century icon, Robinson is known for being at the forefront of the civil rights movement.

Release date 1-31-2013

pitchersSoftball Sweeps Doubleheader With Pair of Shutouts

The Pasadena City College softball team couldn't have asked for a better home-opening afternoon Thursday. The Lancers not only swept their non-conference doubleheader v. Bartsow, but blanked the Vikings in both ends, 8-0 in six innings in game 1, and a 7-0 shutout in game 2. 

Release date 1-31-2013

lovingHuge Win For No. 10 Women's Hoops Over No. 5 LBCC, 56-44

The old school-yard line "I can beat you with one hand tied behind my back," applied Wednesday during a South Coast Conference and state top 10 matchup between visiting No. 5 Long Beach and the No. 10 Pasadena City College women's basketball team. In an effort to solve the team's season-long issues at the free throw line, PCC head coach Joe Peron instructed his players to shoot free throws with one hand while the other hand tucked behind their backs. That strategy resulted in seven straight free throws being made during a 56-44 upset win by the Lancers.

Release date 1-31-2013

tatumTatum Rebounds Men's Basketball In Win Over LBCC

The Pasadena City College men's basketball coaching staff knew what forward Alec Tatum was capable of going into his sophomore season. The 6-foot-6 Tatum isn't overwhelming in his size, but his rebounding skills were certainly his biggest asset. On Wednesday, Tatum put on a clinic as he became the first Lancer in 10 years to pull down 20 rebounds in a game in PCC's 74-70, South Coast Conference victory over Long Beach City College at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 1-30-2013

quinteroSoftball Opens 2013 Season With Rout Over Orange Coast, 17-5

With only one returning player from last season and one from two seasons ago, the 2013 Pasadena City College softball team comes into the new season with a youthful roster. But second-year PCC head coach Brittany Williams points out that her 14 freshman players are far more  "game-experienced" than the Lancers of last season. 

Release date 1-26-2013

sharesCerritos Hands Men's Cagers 3rd Straight Loss

For the third straight game, the Pasadena City College men's basketball team let its opponent jump out to a big lead, and while the Lancers rallied, they again fell short in a 95-85, South Coast Conference defeat at Cerritos College Friday night. The Falcons hosted their first home game on campus since 2010 due to renovations on the Cerritos Aviary gym. 

Release date 1-25-2013

PCC Spring Sports Schedules Released

Pasadena City College released its Spring sports schedules today for baseball, softball, women's badminton, men's and women's swimming and diving, and men's and women's track and field. 

Release date 1-25-2013

duboseBench A Difference In Women's Basketball Win Over Cerritos

One only has to look at the final game box to see how the state No. 11-ranked Pasadena City College women's basketball team's second string proved to be an important factor in the Lancers' 54-51, South Coast Conference victory over Cerritos College at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium Wednesday night.

Release date 1-24-2013

cliftonRally Falls Short For Men's Hoops v. 8th-Ranked ELAC

Down by as much as 21 points in the second half, the host Pasadena City College men's basketball team gave its best shot in rallying back into the contest, but fell a little short in a 68-64, South Coast Conference loss against state No. 8-ranked East Los Angeles College Wednesday night. 

Release date 1-24-2013

pathwaysPathways Program Celebrated At PCC Basketball Doubleheader Jan. 23

"PCC Pathways Night" will take place as part of the Pasadena City College basketball teams' doubleheader Wednesday evening at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. The First Year Pathways (FYP) program, a recipient of the 2012 Chancellor's Student Success Award, guarantees new, incoming PCC students full schedules of classes, including difficult-to-get English and math courses. 

Release date 1-22-2013

reedPCC Alum David Reed To Appear In Super Bowl XLVII

David Reed, a Pasadena City College football alumnus from 2006-2007, will appear in Super Bowl XLVII (47) as a member of the Baltimore Ravens as they face the San Francisco 49ers. The NFL championship game takes place at the New Orleans' Superdome on Sunday, Feb. 3. The Super Bowl is annually the most-watched television event in the United States.

Release date 1-22-2013

martinMartin's Big Game Not Enough For Men's Basketball

Sophomore center Lorelle Martin put together his most productive performance as a Lancer, but in a losing cause as host El Camino College-Compton Center won a shootout over the Pasadena City College men's basketball team, 95-91, Friday night in a South Coast Conference game. 

Release date 1-19-2013

ghazarianGhazarian On Target In Women's Basketball Rout Over Trade Tech

Sophomore guard Stella Ghazarian showed the form Friday night that made her an All-South Coast Conference Second Team selection last season. Ghazarian converted 8-for-12 shots from the field, including drilling five 3-point bombs as part of her season-high 24 points in leading the Pasadena City College women's basketball team to an 80-49 road victory at Los Angeles Trade Tech. 

Release date 1-18-2013

Men's Basketball Controls Trade Tech, 63-56

The Pasadena City College men's basketball team moved its South Coast Conference record to 2-1 behind a 63-56 victory at Los Angeles Trade Tech Wednesday night. The Lancers improved to 6-10 overall.

Release date 1-17-2013

jacksonWomen's Cagers Bounce Back In Downing ELAC, 68-54

Ranked No. 11 in this week's state poll, but still reeling a bit from an upset loss at Los Angeles Southwest on Jan. 11, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team had reason to be concerned about facing the No. 14-ranked Huskies at East Los Angeles College. The Lancers proceeded to play easily their best game in the South Coast Conference thus far, nearly leading from start to finish in a 68-54 triumph. 

Release date 1-16-2013

jacksonWomen's Basketball Falls Under .500 In SCC Play With LASW Upset

It appears the 2012-2013 South Coast Conference season will be another struggle for the Pasadena City College women's basketball team. Despite a current No. 11 ranking in the state (eighth in the Southland), the Lancers dropped to 2-3 in conference play as host Los Angeles Southwest College upset them, 84-81, Jan. 11.

Release date 1-15-2013

tolsonMt. SAC Defuses Men's Hoops' Strong Start, 76-61

Despite slick defense that highlighted a 21-14 advantage in the game's first 14 minutes, the Pasadena City College men's basketball team couldn't sustain the high level of play as state No. 2-ranked Mt. San Antonio College handed the Lancers a 76-61, South Coast Conference defeat Friday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 1-12-2013

martinezWomen's Basketball Continues Dominance Over El Camino

On a night when the college paid tribute to head coach Joe Peron for his accomplishment of 400 wins in his 17-year career, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team stretched its winning streak over El Camino College to 23 games with a 72-41 triumph Wednesday.

Release date 1-10-2013

dockettDockett, Brooks Rally Men's Cagers To SCC-Opening Win

Freshman point guard Jeffrey Dockett and sophomore guard Evan Brooks each reached their individual season highs in points Wednesday as the Pasadena City College men's basketball team rallied from a 13-point, second-half deficit to defeat Los Angeles Southwest College, 83-79, in the South Coast Conference opener for both teams. The contest was also PCC's first home game of the 2012-2013 season.

Release date 1-9-2013

crockomCrockom Spurs Women's Hoops To 1st SCC Win

With her team playing sluggishly during the first half, freshman forward Tyler Crockom scored 11 of the Lancers' first 16 points. In the second half, it was Crockom's defensive work, including six steals, that allowed the Pasadena City College women's basketball team to pull away from feisty host El Camino College-Compton Center, 68-38, Friday night.

Release date 1-5-2013

callenVolleyball's Megan Callen Earns Scholarship To Dominican University

Middle blocker Megan Callen became the first Lancer sophomore from the 2012 South Coast Conference co-champion Pasadena City College women's volleyball team to move to the next level. Callen signed a scholarship to attend and play at NCAA Division II Dominican University of California.

Release date 1-5-2013

peronCoach Peron Reaches Milestone No. 400 Women's Basketball Victory

Already the winningest head coach in Pasadena City College basketball history, Joe Peron reached another milestone Sunday in notching career win No. 400 in now his 17th season in charge of the Lancers. The PCC women downed host San Jose, 56-48, to take third place at the San Jose City College Lady Jaguar Invitational. 

Release date 12-30-2012

dockettMen's Basketball Settle For 4th At Imperial Valley Tourney

The Pasadena City College men's basketball team finished the 2012 portion of the 2012-13 season with a fourth place finish at the Imperial Valley Holiday Tournament Dec. 28-30. The Lancers closed out pre-conference action at 4-9.

Release date 12-30-2012

Women's Basketball Rebounds Over Laney

Dropped to No. 10 in the state poll after losing three of its last four games, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team returned to the win column Friday with a 54-44 triumph over Laney in the opening round of the San Jose City College Lady Jaguar Invitational.

Release date 12-28-2012

theusPCC-Mt. SAC Rivalry Hits Low For Women's Basketball

Many could argue that the rivalry between Pasadena City College and Mt. San Antonio in women's basketball is the most heralded in community college sports. The programs have played epic battles, including the 2004 state championship final, and a few overtime games that decided conference titles between them. 

Release date 12-23-2012

rivasReggie Rivas Promoted To Co-Head Coach of PCC Women's Soccer

An assistant coach the past two seasons, Reggie Rivas was promoted to co-head coach of the Pasadena City College women's soccer team, effective immediately. Rivas will team with current co-head coach Randy Lilavois for the 2013 season, according to PCC athletic director John Woods. The co-head coaching spots are both part-time positions with the college.

Release date 12-21-2012

lovingWomen's Hoops Lose Conference Opener For 2nd Straight Year

With a state No. 8-ranking and an 8-1 record, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team hoped it had erased the memories of last season when the team struggled to a fifth place finish in the powerful South Coast Conference. On Wednesday, No. 10 Long Beach City College handed the Lancers a conference-opening defeat for the second consecutive season. 

Release date 12-20-2012

skoienSoftball All-SCC OF Brittany Skoien Now At William Penn University

Brittany Skoien, an All-South Coast Conference First Team selection as an outfielder for the Pasadena City College softball team this past season, accepted a scholarship to play and attend William Penn University (West Des Moines, Iowa). 

Release date 12-19-2012

floor drawingHutto-Patterson Gym Floor Gets Makeover

For the first time since it opened in 1999 at Pasadena City College, the center competition floor of Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium is getting a complete makeover. The home floor design has changed dramatically to reflect a traditional look.

Release date 12-14-2012

cliftonSouthwestern Sends Men's Hoops To 3-7

After a 2-1/2 hour bus ride to Chula Vista, the Pasadena City College men's basketball team opened its game at Southwestern as if it didn't leave the vehicle. The Jaguars ran out to a 12-1 lead and went on to defeat the Lancers, 85-80, in a non-conference game Friday night.

Release date 12-14-2012

shay jacksonThe Shay-Hey Kid Ignites Women's Basketball To Rose City Win

On Sunday, the final day of the 15th Rose City Classic at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team found itself facing the possibility of a second straight loss and surely a big drop from its current state No. 5 ranking.

Release date 12-11-2012

vanderwyk/alaouiPCC Alum Van der Wyk On Impressive Adams State Cross Country Team

Finishing her junior collegiate season, former Pasadena City College women's cross country great Tracee van der Wyk helped Adams State College (Colorado) to conference and regional titles as well as a third place at the NCAA Division II National Championships last month.

Release date 12-11-2012

jacksonLA Pierce Stuns Women's Hoops, Ends Lancers' 7-Game Win Streak

Off to its best start to a season in six years, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team had thoughts of the 2006-2007 season when the Lancers set a school record with a 28-game win streak. One-fourth of that isn't bad but state No. 5-ranked PCC will have to settle for a 7-game win streak after unranked Los Angeles Pierce College pulled off a 64-52 upset at the 15th Rose City Classic Saturday evening.

Release date 12-10-2012

matthewsSharp Shooting Men's Cagers Take 3rd Place At SBCC Classic

Eleven different Lancers made at least one field goal as the Pasadena City College men's basketball team blew out Cypress, 101-74, to take third place at the 40th Santa Barbara City College Classic Saturday.

Release date 12-10-2012

parksState No. 5-Ranked Women's Basketball Now 7-0

One of just three teams in the state still undefeated, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team rolled to its seventh straight victory, 70-55, over West Los Angeles in the opening round of the 15th Rose City Classic Tournament Friday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 12-9-2012

Men's Basketball Loses To Mt. SAC, Plays For 3rd Place Saturday

The Pasadena City College men's basketball team ran into its South Coast Conference North Division nemesis Mt. San Antonio Friday at the 40th Santa Barbara City College Classic. As has been the case in recent years, the state No. 4-ranked Mounties posted a 79-66 victory over the unranked Lancers in the championship semifinals.

Release date 12-8-2012

swanSwanegan Scores 35 In Men's Hoops Win Over LAVC

Pasadena City College sophomore guard Mike Swanegan became just the sixth Lancers men's basketball player in the last 10 years to score 35 points in a game as PCC defeated Los Angeles Valley, 92-80, in the opening round of the 40th Santa Barbara City College Classic Thursday night. 

Release date 12-6-2012

brooksTurnovers Hurting Men's Cagers

The 2012-2013 Pasadena City College men's basketball team is off to a disappointing 1-5 start and the Lancers' 87-70 non-conference defeat at Santa Monica Nov. 30 repeated the team's current problem--making too many turnovers.

Release date 12-4-2012

canteroPCC Soccer Alumnus Cantero Named Honorable Mention NAIA All-American

Men's soccer player Francisco Cantero, a top defender at Pasadena City College in 2010, was named NAIA All-American honorable mention for his play as a senior at Kansas Wesleyan University. 

Release date 12-4-2012

joseph/boykinLA Pierce Ends SCC Champion Lancers Volleyball Season In 3

Pasadena City College women's volleyball head coach Tammy Silva can only look back at what might have been for this year's Lancers as well as her 2010 team. Both squads were Southern California Regional Playoff finalists. And both missed by one win of making it into the CCCAA State Championships.

Release date 11-28-2012

15th Rose City Classic Hosted By Women's Hoops Dec. 7-9

For the second time in the 15-year history of the Rose City Classic, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team will host a 6-team, round-robin tournament with no team champion and only an all-tournament individual team selected. The Lancers will participate in three of the nine games over three days from Friday-Sunday, Dec. 7-9 at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 11-27-2012

celebrationWomen's Volleyball Rallies To Upset OCC in 5; Face No. 1 LA Pierce Tuesday

The No. 5-seeded  Pasadena City College women’s volleyball team rallied from down 2-0 in sets and fought off match point in the fifth game to upset No. 4 seed Orange Coast College, 19-25, 22-25, 25-15, 25-17, 16-14, in round 2 of the Southern California Regional Playoffs Saturday night in Costa Mesa.

Release date 11-25-2012

magana, pierson, torresTop Scorer, Top Tackler Named All-SCFA NNC Football 2nd Team

A lean season for Pasadena City College football team translated to no First Team choices and only three Lancers picked to the 2012 All-SCFA National Northern Conference Second Team. The selections were all freshmen in kicker Martin Magana, defensive lineman Dalyou Pierson, and offensive lineman Jose Torres.

Release date 11-24-2012

capra, nunez, whiteBest Year By Women's Soccer Since 2005 Nets All-SCC Loot

An outstanding season by the Pasadena City College women's soccer team resulted in the Lancers receiving three All-South Coast Conference First Team selections and three more chosen to the Second Team.

Release date 11-23-2012

harrisonThanksgiving Inspiration: PCC Hall of Famer Jerome Harrison Recovers From Brain Surgery

Pasadena City College Sports Hall of Famer and football alumnus Jerome Harrison, the only running back in school history to post back-to-back 1,000 yard rushing seasons in 2002-2003, was profiled by CBS Sports during its NFL Thanksgiving Day national broadcast.

Release date 11-23-2012

alcaraz/anguianoDefense Gets Rewarded For Men's Soccer On All-SCC Team

After finishing in fourth place in the difficult South Coast Conference, the 2012 Pasadena City College men's soccer team placed two players on the All-SCC First Team and two more on the Second Team. Fittingly, a pair of Lancers' sophomore defenders were selected by conference coaches to the First Team in Elio Anguiano and Michael Alcaraz.

Release date 11-22-2012

gregg/blankPCC's Blank, Gregg Repeat As All-SCC Women's Water Polo 1st Team

For the second consecutive season, Pasadena City College women's water polo players Makenzie Blank and Shelby Gregg were picked to the All-South Coast Conference First Team. Blank, a utility player, became the Lancers' all-time leading scorer with 168 goals while Gregg set the school record for most saves in one season this year with 279.

Release date 11-22-2012

valle-acostaWomen's Volleyball Records Round 1 Playoff Sweep Over SBCC

Rated No. 9 in the state and the fifth seed in the Southern California Regional playoff field, the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team swept state No. 18-ranked Santa Barbara City College, 25-20, 25-19, 25-15, Tuesday night in a round 1 match before more than 200 fans at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. 

Release date 11-21-2012

lombardiLombardi Leads PCC Women To 15th At State Meet

Diane Lombardi ran to 42nd place individually as the Pasadena City College women's cross country team placed 15th at the CCCAA State Championship meet held Nov. 17 at Fresno's Woodward Park. Lombardi ran a time of 19 minutes, 34.11 seconds over the 3.1 mile course. 

Release date 11-20-2012

canoPCC Men "Places" As Team: A First At State Cross Country Meet In 11 Years

For each of the previous six meets, the Pasadena City College men's team was paced by its fastest runner in each of the events--freshman Francis Lee. But on Saturday at the CCCAA State Championships, a different Lancer emerged to run a big race.

Release date 11-20-2012

swannyMen' Hoops Slump At 1-4

It was two games and out for the Pasadena City College men's basketball team Nov. 16-17 at the San Bernardino Valley College Hunter Classic. The Lancers were badly outrebounded in a 78-72 first-round loss to College of the Desert on Friday. PCC was eliminated Saturday by fellow South Coast Conference foe El Camino College-Compton Center, losing by a 101-95 score.

Release date 11-20-2012

BREAKING NEWS--Volleyball Seed Switched To No. 5, Now Host Santa Barbara Tuesday, Nov. 20

Due to a re-seeding ordered by the CCCAA, the Southern California Regional Playoff women's volleyball field has changed with Pasadena City College moving from No. 6 to No. 5 in seeding and now playing No. 12 Santa Barbara City College. The first round match for the Lancers remains at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium on Tuesday, Nov. 20 at 6 p.m.

Release date 11-20-2012

estrada comboEstrada Co-South Coast Conference MVP; Volleyball 6th Seed For Playoffs

It's good times for the state No. 11-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team. The co-South Coast Conference champion Lancers placed five players on the 2012 All-SCC First Team, including sophomore libero Jennifer Estrada being named Co-MVP. The 19-4 Lancers then earned the No. 6 seed of 16 teams at Sunday's regional seeding meeting held at PCC.

 

Release date 11-19-2012

martinezWomen's Basketball Wins Saddleback Tournament, Now 6-0

Like a sports car driving on its way to Las Vegas, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team has left the disappointment of last season behind in its rear view mirror. The No. 10-ranked Lancers are back to being a state power as exemplified by their triumph in winning the Saddleback College Lady Gaucho Classic II held Nov. 16-18 in Mission Viejo.

Release date 11-19-2012

papacWomen's Soccer Season Ends In Playoff OT, Fall To SMC, 2-1

After 120 minutes of exhausting, yet exciting women's soccer, No. 16-seeded Pasadena City College saw its best season since the early 2000s come to an end in a 2-1 overtime loss to No. 17 Santa Monica Tuesday at Occidental College. The game was a play-in round match of the Southern California Regional Playoffs, the first appearance by the Lancers in the postseason since 2007.

Release date 11-16-2012

sinclairFootball's Sinclair Earns SCFA Player of the Week For Finale

Running back Zach Sinclair became the third Pasadena City College athlete to earn SCFA National Northern Conference Player of the Week honors for his performance in the football team's 38-17 season-ending loss at Bakersfield Nov. 10.

Release date 11-16-2012

celebratioinPCC Volleyball Captures Co-SCC Championship, Takes Mt. SAC in 4

The state No. 11-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team used a powerful hitting attack in the opening two sets, then relied on defense and passing in rallying in the fourth set to become South Coast Conference co-champions with a 4-game victory over No. 18 Mt. San Antonio, 25-15, 25-15, 21-25, 26-24, Wednesday night at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. The Lancers won their second conference title in four seasons under their sixth-year head coach Tammy Silva after never before winning a title in the sport. 

Release date 11-14-2012

Women's Soccer Takes 16th Seed, Hosts SMC In Play-In Round Thursday

For the first time since 2007, the Pasadena City College women's soccer team has advanced to the Southern California Regional Playoffs. On Tuesday at the regional coaches seeding meeting, the Lancers received the No. 16 seed out of 18 teams. The Lancers hosts No. 17 Santa Monica College in a play-in round game on Thursday, Nov. 15. The 3 p.m. game will be played at Occidental College due to the fact that PCC's Robinson Stadium field is too narrow to be sanctioned for postseason competition.

Release date 11-13-2012

estradaVolleyball Needs Win In Last Match For SCC Title

The situation is set for the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team to to tie El Camino College for the South Coast Conference title. The Lancers (18-4 overall) are knotted with the Warriors (18-4) for first place in the SCC with identical 12-1 records. On Wednesday, Nov. 14, the pressure is on the state No. 9 Lancers to defeat No. 16-ranked Mt. San Antonio in their conference finale. Tip-off for the conference finale is 6 p.m. at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 11-11-2012

julienFootball Season Ends With Hard-Fought Loss v. No. 4 Bakersfield

In the season's last three games, the Pasadena City College football team put legitimate scares into high-ranked teams. Losses to regionally rated No. 10 Allan Hancock, No. 2 Ventura and No. 4 Bakersfield were contests decided in the final quarter with the Lancers as close as a one possession margin of either being ahead or tied.

Release date 11-11-2012

clifton2012-2013 Men's Basketball Preview--Lancers Open 1-2 At Ventura Tournament

A 3-point loss v. a perennial state power, an 8-point victory, and an overtime defeat opened the 2012-2013 season for the Pasadena City College men's basketball team this weekend. The Lancers were 1-2, losing the consolation title game to Moorpark, 88-78, in overtime Saturday at the Ventura College We Play Hard Tournament (held Nov. 8-10).

Release date 11-11-2012

jacksonAnother Day At The Parks For 3-0 Women's Basketball

The Pasadena City College women's basketball team finished 3-0 at the PCC-hosted Veteran's Day Classic, the 2012-13 season-opening round robin tournament held at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium from Nov. 9-11.

Release date 11-11-2012

sophomoresWomen's Soccer Nets 8 In SCC Finale Rout

Playing under the lights Friday at Robinson Stadium, the Pasadena City College women's soccer team celebrated Sophomore Night by scoring the most goals in a match in 11 years, pounding El Camino College-Compton Center, 8-0. PCC finished the regular season in second place in the South Coast Conference with a 12-4-5 overall record and 8-2-4 league mark.

Release date 11-10-2012

parks2012-2013 Women's Basketball Preview--Parks' Shining Debut Leads Lancers' Opening Win

Last season was a trying one at times for Pasadena City College women's basketball head coach Joe Peron. A perennial state power, the Lancers struggled in South Coast Conference play last season and while the team came on strong late in the year, the team did not advance to the third round of regional playoffs for the first time since 2002.

Release date 11-10-2012

ghazarianWomen's Basketball Opens 2012-13 Season, Hosts Veteran's Classic Nov. 9-11

The Pasadena City College women's basketball team opens the 2012-2013 season on Friday, Nov. 9 by hosting the annual Veteran's Day Classic tip-off tournament at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. The three-day event will feature nine round-robin games between six colleges.

Release date 11-8-2012

swaneganMen's Basketball Opens 2012-2013 Season At Ventura Tournament

The Pasadena City College 2012-2013 men's basketball team opens the season today at the 5th Ventura College "We Play Hard" Tournament. The Lancers will play perennial state power Saddleback in a game slated for 3 p.m. The tournament runs from Thursday, Nov. 8 through Saturday, Nov. 10.

Release date 11-8-2012

faustEl Camino Ends Volleyball's Perfect SCC Run

One streak snapped deserves another. Or at least it was payback time for state No. 14-ranked El Camino College when the host Warriors upset the No. 9 Pasadena City College women's volleyball team, 25-19, 25-22, 16-25, 25-23, Wednesday. El Camino prevented the Lancers from clinching the South Coast Conference title, ending PCC's 13-match conference winning streak dating back to last year.

Release date 11-8-2012

saavedraSaavedra's Natural Hat Trick Gives Women's Soccer Upset Win Over Cerritos

Cassandra Saavedra scored the natural hat trick (three goals in a row), all on header attempts, as the Pasadena City College women's soccer team upset state No. 3-ranked and nationally No. 4-rated Cerritos College, 4-2, Tuesday at Robinson Stadium. PCC defeated the Falcons for the first time since 2004, snapping a winless streak v. Cerritos of 13-0-3.

Release date 11-7-2012

Men's Soccer Out of Playoff Picture

Still reeling from having a victory foiled in a last-second tie v. Mt. San Antonio last week, the Pasadena City College men's soccer team had its postseason fate sealed Tuesday in a 5-0 loss at Cerritos College. The defeat snapped a seven-match (4-0-3) undefeated streak by the Lancers.

Release date 11-7-2012

greggWomen's Water Polo Takes SCC 5th As Gregg Sets Saves Record

In a season of record setting performances, the Pasadena City College women's water polo team saved one more for its last 2012 match. Sophomore Shelby Gregg broke the school record for saves in a season with 279 during PCC's 7-5 overtime victory over El Camino Saturday. The win allowed the Lancers to overtake ECC for fifth place at the South Coast Conference Championship Tournament held Nov. 1 and 3 at Cerritos College.

Release date 11-6-2012

sinclairFootball Can't Prevent Ventura's Perfect Season

(VENTURA) –  Pasadena City College pushed state No. 3-ranked Ventura College to the brink Saturday night, but two crushing Lancers’ turnovers allowed the Pirates to complete the first perfect regular season in Ventura’s 82-year football history, 27-14.

Release date 11-4-2012

shamirian/leeCross Country Teams Both Qualify For State Meet

For the first time in 11 years, Pasadena City College will send both the men's and women's cross country teams to the CCCAA State Championships. The teams qualified Saturday with similar finishes at the Southern California Championships as the Lancers' women placed 15th while the PCC men took 16th. The top 18 teams for each gender qualified for the state meet.

Release date 11-4-2012

chavezLast-Second Goal Allowed Jeopardizes Men's Soccer Playoff Hopes

Everything appeared to be in place for the Pasadena City College men's soccer team. The Lancers had taken a 2-1 lead over South Coast Conference-leading and state No. 4-ranked Mt. San Antonio College on a goal by Luis Flores with eight minutes left in their match Friday at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 11-3-2012

valle-acostaDefensive Change Sparks Volleyball's Sixth Straight Sweep

For the first time in nearly three weeks, the state's No. 9-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team ran into a potential stumbling block when visiting Long Beach City College came out looking for a street fight Friday night. The Vikings and Lancers went through 12 ties and six lead changes before PCC fought off opening set point, down 24-23. But PCC overcame the challenge to take the set and went on to post its sixth consecutive sweep, 26-24, 25-18, 25-14, at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 11-3-2012

gorePlayoffs? Playoffs? Women's Soccer In Hunt

Forgive Pasadena City College women's soccer head coach Randy Lilavois if he appears worried about the Lancers' 2012 playoff chances. On Friday night, things were not looking in good shape following a 0-0 tie at Mt. San Antonio as PCC stood in 19th in the power rankings that determine playoff seedings. But by Sunday morning, a look at the power rankings had PCC listed in No. 18 at 1.9079. Eighteen teams qualify for the Southern California Regionals this season.

Release date 11-3-2012

hiltonWomen's Volleyball Feasts On SCC: 10-0 Mark Leads Conference

The state's No. 9-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team picked up its fifth straight sweep Tuesday in routing host Los Angeles Harbor College, 25-13, 25-5, 25-12. The Lancers are a perfect 10-0 in conference play and have doubled up opponents in the last five matches, winning by an average set score of 25-12.5. 

Release date 10-31-2012

alcarazMen's Soccer On Longest Hot Streak Since 2005

The path to the postseason is beginning to look like a possibility for the Pasadena City College men's soccer team. The Lancers pulled off another upset, downing state No. 8 and nationally-ranked No. 13 Los Angeles Harbor College, 2-1, Tuesday afternoon at Robinson Stadium. PCC extended its undefeated streak to six games (4-0-2), the longest such streak since 2005.

Release date 10-31-2012

mercadoWomen's Soccer Moves Into 2nd Place in SCC

{Editor's note: changes to tie for 2nd]


It was win-win-win for the Pasadena City College women's soccer team Tuesday in defeating host Los Angeles Harbor College, 3-1. The Lancers entered rare territory for the program by moving inot a tie with Mt. San Antonio for second place in the South Coast Conference. Also, the team learned great news regarding the postseason.

Release date 10-31-2012

peronPCC Women's Hoops Coach Peron Enters Muir High School Hall of Fame

Joe Peron, about to begin his 17th season as Pasadena City College women's basketball head coach, joins five other individuals as the 2012 class of the John Muir High School Alumni Hall of Fame. The Muir HOF ceremony takes place on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 2 p.m. held at the high school's Rufus Mead Auditorium. It is free to the public.

Release date 10-29-2012

Men's Cross Country Going To SoCal As At-Large

The Pasadena City College men's cross country team was one of a few teams chosen as an at-large squad to participate in the Southern California Championships this Saturday, Nov. 3 at Costa Mesa's Fairview Park. 

Release date 10-29-2012

SCC Water Polo Championships Moved To Cerritos, Nov. 1-3

The South Coast Conference water polo championships for both men and women has been moved to Cerritos College on Thursday, Nov. 1 through Saturday, Nov. 3. The event originally was to be hosted at the Pasadena City College Aquatic Center. Due to issues with the PCC pool's heating system, the conference decided to switch venues.

Release date 10-29-2012

menchacaMen's Soccer Scores Season High in 4-0 Win At LBCC

What was amounting to a lost season earlier this month has completely changed for the Pasadena City College men's soccer team. The Lancers were 1-8-3 overall through games of October 9, but now PCC is becoming a potential playoff contender.

Release date 10-27-2012

bustaTie Is No Relief For Women's Soccer

Despite its best season in several years and a third place ranking in the South Coast Conference standings, the Pasadena City College women's soccer team finds itself needing victories over ties and stuck in an unenviable position in relation to the postseason.

Release date 10-27-2012

sophomoresWater Polo Rallies To Beat SMC, 8-6

The Pasadena City College women's water polo team made it four wins in the last five games after rallying to defeat Santa Monica, 8-6, at the 10th Pasadena Mini Tournament held Friday at the Aquatic Center.

Release date 10-27-2012

nora to'omalataiVolleyball's To'omalatai Puts On Serving Clinic In Sweep Over ELAC

Nora To'omalatai isn't just the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team's top freshman. The 5-foot-8, outside hitter from Monrovia High has a multitude of skills that often get overlooked when PCC's bevy of talented sophomores are firing on all cylinders.

Release date 10-26-2012

maganaFootball Kicker Magana Named SCFA Special Teams Player of Week

Martin Magana, the Pasadena City College football team's freshman kicker and leading scorer this season, was selected as the SCFA National Northern Conference Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance in Saturday's 49-42 loss against Allan Hancock.

Release date 10-25-2012

lombardi-steimerFor 4th Straight Year, PCC Women's Runner Earns All-SCC; Lombardi Takes 9th

Sophomore Diane Lombardi ran to a ninth place finish at the 2012 South Coast Conference women's cross country championships Thursday to give the Lancers an All-SCC runner for the fourth consecutive season. The race was held at Griffith Park's Crystal Springs 5-kilometer course.

Release date 10-25-2012

j. de la rosaMen's Cross Country Finishes 6th At SCC Championships

The Pasadena City College men's cross country team is uncertain of its 2012 future after finishing a disappointing sixth place out of seven teams at the South Coast Conference Championships held Thursday at Griffith Park's 4-mile course.

Release date 10-25-2012

barreraThree Straight Wins For Women's Water Polo

Tied 8-8 after three quarters, the Pasadena City College women's water polo team erupted for five goals in the fourth period to lift the Lancers to their third consecutive victory, 13-9, at Rio Hondo College Wednesday.

Release date 10-25-2012

callenCallen Hits Near-Perfect Match; Volleyball Sweeps Trade Tech

Sophomore middle blocker Megan Callen's performance Wednesday had head coach Tammy Silva and Pasadena City College sports information researching through old stat boxes. Callen slammed 12 kills in just 13 attempts in a near-perfect hitting match for the Lancer during PCC's sweep at Los Angeles Trade Tech, 25-7, 25-5, 25-22.

Release date 10-25-2012

saavedra1-1 Tie For Women's Soccer At ELAC

Cassandra Saaevedra scored the Lancers' lone goal in the 49th minute as the Pasadena City College women's soccer team tied host East Los Angeles College, 1-1, in a South Coast Conference game played Tuesday.

Release date 10-24-2012

vasquezMen's Soccer Undefeated In Last 4 Games

The Pasadena City College men's soccer team has appeared to turn a corner in the 2012 season and its recent play has produced a four-match undefeated streak. The Lancers are 2-0-2 in the stretch following a 2-0, South Coast Conference blanking of East Los Angeles College Tuesday at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 10-23-2012

rackWWP's Rack Sets Single-Game Assists Record (7) At Battle at the Beach Tournament

Freshman Marisa Rack set a new Pasadena City College women's water polo team single-game record by passing out seven assists in the Lancers' 15-10 victory over Saddleback at the Long Beach City College-hosted Battle at the Beach Tournament October 20.

Release date 10-23-2012

Lancers Water Polo Hosts 10th Mini Tournament Friday, October 26

The Pasadena City College women's water polo team will host the 10th Pasadena Mini Tournament on Friday, October 26 at the Aquatic Center. This year's tourney will be a four-team affair with four overall matches, two involving the Lancers.

Release date 10-23-2012

grigsbyLast-Minute TD Spoils Football Rally; Lancers Lose To Hancock, 49-42

It would have gone down as one of the greatest comebacks in Pasadena City College football history. Instead, the Lancers' amazing rally from down 29-6 late in the second quarter became a footnote when Allan Hancock receiver Nick Shellow caught a 10-yard touchdown pass in the corner of the end zone from quarterback Brandon Jeffries with 23 seconds left. The Hancock TD sent PCC to defeat, 49-42, Saturday in the Lancers' final home game at Robinson Stadium this season.

Release date 10-20-2012

nunezWomen's Soccer Holding On To 3rd Place In SCC

A 3-goal, second-half outburst sent the Pasadena City College women's soccer team to a 3-0, South Coast Conference victory over host El Camino College Friday afternoon. The team's fourth shutout in its last four wins allowed the Lancers to remain in third place in the conference.

Release date 10-20-2012

josephSCC First-Place Volleyball Crushes No. 12 Mt. SAC

A 2012 South Coast Conference title appears more a probability rather than just a goal now for the state No. 9-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team. The Lancers capped the first round of the conference schedule at a perfect 7-0 with a dominating sweep over host No. 12-ranked Mt. San Antonio, 25-11, 25-16, 25-17, Friday night.

Release date 10-19-2012

capraPotent Pair Propel PCC Women's Soccer Over Compton, 4-0

At the top of the South Coast Conference scorers list, the Pasadena City College women's soccer forward duo of sophomore Vanessa Capra and freshman Nancy Nunez added to their lofty numbers in a 4-0 victory at last-place El Camino College-Compton Center Tuesday.

Release date 10-18-2012

callenState No. 9 Women's Volleyball Alone In 1st Place In SCC

For the first time this season, the state No. 9-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team has sole possession of first place in the South Coast Conference. The Lancers kept their perfect records in conference (6-0) and at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium (7-0) intact by sweeping Cerritos, 25-17, 25-11, 25-13, Wednesday night.

Release date 10-17-2012

barrera, mileneWomen's Water Polo Routs LA Trade Tech, 13-4

The Pasadena City College women's water polo team finally reached the win column in South Coast Conference play in 2012 with a resounding 13-4 victory at Los Angeles Trade Tech. The Lancers improved to 5-13 overall and 1-5 in SCC games.

Release date 10-17-2012

rackWomen's Water Polo Playing It Close

At the Citrus Tournament played October 12-13, the Pasadena City College women's water polo team continued its best-ever defensive season, but didn't get the desired results in finishing 1-3. PCC dropped to 4-13 overall despite averaging just 8.7 goals allowed per contest.

Release date 10-16-2012

manoyanMenchaca's Goal Saves 1-1 Tie For Men's Soccer

The Pasadena City College men's soccer team suffered the ultimate letdown. One game after defeating the No. 1 team in the Southern California Region in Cerritos College, the Lancers nearly lost to last-place El Camino College-Compton Center Tuesday in a South Coast Conference match at Robinson Stadium. PCC needed a goal by Victor Menchaca with 16 minutes left to salvage a 1-1 tie against the Tartars.

Release date 10-16-2012

leeDeep Men's Cross Country Team Led By Francis Lee

Freshman Francis Lee led a group of 12 Pasadena City College men's cross country team racers Friday at the 65th Mt. SAC Invitational. Lee placed 11th overall in the 4-mile race and helped the Lancers place ninth among 21 teams participating.

Release date 10-16-2012

lombardiLombardi 3rd Runner In PCC History To Break 19 Minutes

In the history of Pasadena City College women's cross country races, Diane Lombardi became only the third Lancer to ever break the 19-minute mark over a 3-mile course Friday. The sophomore posted an 18:57 time in finishing ninth overall at the 65th Mt. SAC Invitational in Walnut.

Release date 10-15-2012

washingtonMoorpark Controls Football's Homecoming, 36-15

For all the pre-game excitement of Homecoming Night as the Lancers unveiled brand new gray camouflage jerseys, the Pasadena City College football team couldn't contain visiting Moorpark College's running game and couldn't take care of the ball offensively. PCC made five turnovers, four which led to Moorpark scores in a 36-15, SCFA National Northern Conference loss at Robinson Stadium Saturday evening.

Release date 10-13-2012

vasquezMen's Soccer Shocks State No. 3 Cerritos, 2-1

For a squad that had just one win its previous 13 matches this season, the Pasadena City College men's soccer team pulled off a David v. Goliath Friday in upsetting state No. 3 and South Region's No. 1-ranked Cerritos College, 2-1. The South Coast Conference match was played at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 10-12-2012

combined blockLancers Snap ECC Volleyball 32-Match Conference Win Streak

The last time El Camino College lost a South Coast Conference match was one of the greatest days in Pasadena City College women's volleyball head coach Tammy Silva's coaching career. On Nov. 18, 2009, Silva coached PCC to a 16th consecutive victory to close out the school's first-ever SCC championship by sweeping El Camino on the road.

Release date 10-12-2012

faustState No. 10 Women's Volleyball Remains In Tie For First In SCC

Host Long Beach City College gave the state No. 10-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team the test it needed Wednesday night as the Lancers overcame their first lost set in South Coast Conference play to defeat the Vikings in four games, 25-19, 25-23, 23-25, 25-21.

Release date 10-11-2012

minassiansWater Polo Finishes 1-3 at Pasadena Bowl

Despite a late comeback, the Pasadena City College women's water polo team lost an 8-7 decision against Citrus College Saturday that closed out the 12th Pasadena Bowl Tournament. The Lancers (3-9 overall) finished 1-3 at the tourney, held at the Aquatic Center.

Release date 10-8-2012

watsonDefense Comes Through To Give Football First 2012 Win, 17-9 Over GWC

(Costa Mesa) – It took the dynamic duo of Pasadena City College defensive back Trayvon Watson and defensive lineman Gary London to end the Lancers’ nine-game program losing streak Saturday night.  Watson twice intercepted passes in the fourth quarter thanks to explosive hurries by London as PCC defeated Golden West, 17-9, in a SCFA non-conference game. The game was played at Orange Coast College’s LeBard Stadium.

Release date 10-7-2012

lombardiWomen's Cross Country 2nd At Brubaker Invitational

Diane Lombardi's fourth place finish was one of three in the top 16 for the Lancers Friday as the Pasadena City College women's cross country team took second place at the 11-team, Brubaker Invitational at Orange's Irvine Park.

Release date 10-7-2012

greggFourth-Quarter Rally Lifts WWP To Victory at Pasadena Bowl

The Pasadena City College women's water polo team appeared to be on its way to a sixth straight loss when it trailed 8-4 v. Southwestern College during the Lancers' second match Friday at the 12th Pasadena Bowl Tournament. But the Lancers found their offense, exploding for six goals in the fourth quarter and downing the Cougars, 10-8.

Release date 10-6-2012

corralVolleyball Comes Up Aces (19) In Harbor Sweep

The way the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team was flipping aces Friday, it may have wanted to exit Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium and race immediately to the nearest casino. The Lancers put on a serving clinic at the expense of Los Angeles Harbor College, serving 19 aces in a 25-5, 25-12, 25-7, South Coast Conference victory. The match took just 49 minutes to complete.

Release date 10-6-2012

whiteDefender White Goes On The Offensive In Women's Soccer Triumph

An All-South Coast Conference selection as a freshman, sophomore defender Hallie White continues to be a stalwart during the Pasadena City College women's soccer team's impressive start to 2012. White scored both of PCC's goals Friday in the Lancers' second straight shutout victory, 2-0 over Los Angeles Harbor College.

Release date 10-6-2012

rosalesMen's Soccer Allows State No. 12 Harbor To Tie, 2-2

Can a team with a 1-7-3 overall record be encouraged? Maybe the Pasadena City College men's soccer team can feel somewhat good about itself. The Lancers played well at state No. 12 Los Angeles Harbor College, but let a 2-0 first-half lead slip away in a 2-2 tie v. the Seahawks Friday night.

Release date 10-6-2012

more blankBlank Now All-Time Leading Women's Water Polo Scorer

Sophomore Makenzie Blank scored her own career high of nine goals and in the process became Pasadena City College's all-time leading goal scorer in women's water polo during a 14-12 overtime loss at El Camino College Wednesday afternoon.

Release date 10-4-2012

silva/parksTammy Silva Hits Century Mark In Wins As PCC Volleyball Coach

In 2006, the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team struggled and finished with one of the program's worst seasons at two wins in 21 matches. Prior to the 2007 season, PCC hired Tammy Silva as its head coach. From the point Silva took control of the Lancers, winning became a habit for PCC volleyball. On Wednesday night, Pasadena swept host East Los Angeles College, 25-9, 25-11, 25-12, marking Silva's 100th Lancers' coaching victory.

Release date 10-4-2012

fademCapra's Late Goal Gives Women's Soccer Rare Win Over LBCC

No opponent has given the Pasadena City College women's soccer team more problems than Long Beach City College. The Vikings won 23 games and tied five others in their 31 previous encounters with the Lancers. On Tuesday afternoon, visiting PCC won for just fourth time ever against Long Beach when forward Vanessa Capra scored with six minutes remaining in a 1-0, South Coast Conference victory.

Release date 10-3-2012

victor  menchacaMen's Soccer Offense Can't Finish In 1-1 Tie v. LBCC

The Pasadena City College men's soccer team  totaled 17 shots and had no less than 10 quality scoring chances, but the Lancers had to settle for a 1-1, South Coast Conference tie against Long Beach City College Tuesday at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 10-2-2012

ghazarianPCC Basketball Hosts "Night Of Madness" October 11

The Pasadena City College 2012-2013 men's and women's basketball teams will be introduced and perform different drills during the Lancers' "Night of Madness" on Thursday, October 11 at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. The event takes place between 9 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. Admission is free.

Release date 10-1-2012

owensFootball Suffers Worst Defeat At Robinson Stadium

The Pasadena City College football team suffered the worst home loss in its 13-year history at Robinson Stadium as Cerritos College handed the Lancers their ninth straight defeat since last season, 65-13, Saturday night.

Release date 9-29-2012

sanchezWomen's Soccer Settles For 1-1 Tie With ELAC

The high-energy, high-scoring Pasadena City College women's soccer team ran into a defensive machine in visiting East Los Angeles College Friday afternoon. While the Lancers were limited to one score, PCC's defense also met the challenge in a 1-1, South Coast Conference tie at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 9-28-2012

valle-acostaWomen's Volleyball Sweeps LATT In SCC Opener

The state's No. 12-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team opened the South Coast Conference schedule with a sweep over visiting Los Angeles Trade Tech College, 25-12, 25-14, 25-20, Friday night at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. 

Release date 9-28-2012

blankBlank Ties School Record For Career Goals At 105 In WWP Loss

Makenzie Blank scored both of the Pasadena City College women's water polo team goals Wednesday in an 11-2, South Coast Conference loss to state No. 3-ranked Cerritos College. With the tallies, Blank tied PCC's all-time goals scoring record at 105 goals, matching the mark set in one season by Lybov Tchougounova in 2007.

Release date 9-26-2012

saavedraWomen's Soccer Brings High-Scoring Ways Into SCC Opening Win

The Pasadena City College women's soccer team continued a pattern of lighting up the Robinson Stadium scoreboard, scoring four goals in the second half to rout El Camino College (Torrance), 5-1, in the South Coast Conference opener for both teams played Tuesday.

Release date 9-26-2012

larsonMen's Soccer Snaps Winless String--Edges El Camino In SCC Opener, 2-1

There was a method to the madness in the pre-conference scheduling made by Pasadena City College men's soccer team head coach Edgar Manvelyan. The Lancers took their lumps in seven non-conference matches, going 0-6-1 against hard competition, including five teams that advanced to last year's regional playoffs.

Release date 9-26-2012

gallardoLost Weekend: Volleyball Loses Pair of 5-Gamers At Pierce Invite

The Pasadena City College women's volleyball team dropped nine spots in this week's State Top 25 Poll to No. 12 after losing a pair of tough 5-game matches to new No. 3 Bakersfield and No. 11 Golden West at the LA Pierce College Brahma Invitational Sept. 21-22.

Release date 9-25-2012

Former PCC Quarterback Great Rick Holoubek Dies

Forty years ago, quarterback Rick Holoubek led the Pasadena City College football team to a 12-1 record, the Metropolitan Conference championship, and the JC Grid-Wire regular season national title. Holoubek, who was named an All-American in 1972, passed away last week of complications from an extended bout with colon cancer. Holoubek died in Las Vegas, his home for the past eight years.

Release date 9-25-2012

andingLate First-Half Fumble Changes Momentum As Football Falls At COC, 36-14

For nearly the first 30 minutes of its SCFA National Northern Conference opener Saturday, the Pasadena City College football team had played its best defensive half of the 2012 season while keeping host College of the Canyons in near sleep mode with a slim 3-0 lead.

Release date 9-23-2012

soccer celebrationRobinson Stadium Is Fun House For Women's Soccer

Home advantage has taken on new meaning for the Pasadena City College women's soccer team this season. The Lancers remain undefeated after five games on the SprinTurf surface of Robinson Stadium following a 5-1 pounding over Los Angeles Valley College Friday evening.

Release date 9-22-2012

manny mezaFootball First SCFA NNC Player of Week Of 2012: Manny Meza, Special Teams

While the Pasadena City College football team searches for its first win after a 0-3 start, the Lancers received their first SCFA National Northern Conference Player of the Week selection in freshman punter Manny Meza for his special teams performance in week No. 3.

Release date 9-21-2012

No. 7 Orange Coast Delivers No. 3 PCC Volleyball First Loss

Host Orange Coast College took advantage of numerous mistakes by the state No. 3-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team as the 7th-rated Pirates swept the Lancers, 25-13, 25-23, 25-19. PCC fell to 5-1 while OCC stayed undefeated at 4-0.

Release date 9-20-2012

blankBlank Becomes 2nd PCC 100-Goal Scorer In WWP 11-9 Defeat At Chaffey

Sophomore team captain Makenzie Blank scored five goals, lifting her past the 100-goal mark in her Pasadena City College women's water polo career, during the Lancers' 11-9, South Coast Conference defeat at Chaffey College Wednesday afternoon.

Release date 9-20-2012

hossainWomen's Cross Country Beats Heat, 7th Place At Coast Classic

Freshman Jessica Nunez finished 15th place overall as the Pasadena City College women's cross country team endured 100-plus degree running conditions to take seventh place at the Coast Classic meet in Costa Mesa held Saturday. The meet was a preview for SoCals, which will also be held at Orange Coast College's Fairview Park course, on Nov. 3. 

Release date 9-17-2012

callenState No. 3 Ranked Volleyball Ready To Be Tested This Week

After rising to No. 3 in the CCCWVCA State Top 25 Poll and No. 2 in the Southern California region, the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team will be in for what should be three big tests this week. 

Release date 9-17-2012

cabellerosBall Not Bouncing Right For Men's Soccer

The frustration of the Pasadena City College men's soccer team can be evidenced by what has become an early repetitive theme of its 2012 matches. The Lancers control the ball, pepper the opponent with numerous scoring chances, give up a key goal, but can't net one when they need it. This habit has left PCC winless after five matches at 0-4-1.

Release date 9-15-2012

julienEl Camino Hands Football Its 3rd Straight Defeat, 46-27

While the Pasadena City College football team continued its growing pains, the Lancers received some strong individual performances in a 46-27, SCFA non-conference loss to El Camino College Saturday night at Robinson Stadium. 

Release date 9-15-2012

saavedraFast Start Sends Women's Soccer On Its Way, 6-1 Over COS

The Pasadena City College women's soccer team scored two goals in the first three minutes, had five by halftime, and cruised to a 6-1 non-conference victory over College of the Sequoias Friday at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 9-14-2012

blankWomen's Water Polo Sends Message In 7-6 SCC-Opening Loss To LBCC

For years, the Pasadena City College women's water polo team has had to endure the short stick in its annual encounters with perennial state power Long Beach City College. But on Wednesday, the Lancers put a scare into the Vikings and showed why this 2012 team has postseason potential in a 7-6, South Coast Conference opening defeat at the Aquatic Center.

Release date 9-12-2012

gonzo-griffenWomen's Water Polo Finishes 2-2 At Saddleback Tournament

The Pasadena City College women's water polo team defeated host Saddleback, 14-8, and succombed in a hard-fought 11-7 loss to Palomar Sept. 8 in closing out the season-opening Saddleback Tournament with a 2-2 record.

Release date 9-11-2012

steppesFootball Drops To 0-2 With 27-10 Loss To Orange Coast

For the second straight game, the Pasadena City College football team continued a habit of too many penalties combined with an inability to cash in on offensive opportunities. Orange Coast College ruined the Lancers' home opener, 27-10, in a SCFA non-conference game at Robinson Stadium Saturday evening.

Release date 9-9-2012

nora to'oState No. 8 Women's Volleyball Sweep Two Ranked Teams At ECC Quad

Maybe the most impressive item to come out of the El Camino College Quad Tournament Friday wasn't that the state No. 8-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball won two more matches. It was the fact that while PCC swept No. 21 Cypress, tourney host and currently state No. 3 El Camino was surprised in five sets by that same Cypress team.

Release date 9-8-2012

nunezNunez Nets Hat Trick; Women's Soccer Routs Desert, 6-0

The statistics tell it all. In the last two matches, the Pasadena City College women's soccer team has outshot the opponents a combined 51-5, and outscored them, 9-1. On Friday evening, the Lancers put on an offensive clinic as frosh forward Nancy Nunez scored the hat trick in a 6-0 blowout over College of the Desert in a non-conference match at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 9-8-2012

greggWomen's Water Polo Season Opens: Experience, Depth New Strengths In 2012

The Pasadena City College women's water polo team opened the 2012 season Friday, splitting a pair of matches at the Saddleback  Tournament. The Lancers lost the opener to Grossmont, 9-2, then used five goals from returning All-South Coast Conference selection Makenzie Blank in an 8-4 victory over Southwestern.

Release date 9-8-2012

estradaPCC Volleyball Coach Silva Records Career Win No. 150 In AVC Sweep

After being ranked No. 8 in the opening CCCWVCA State Top 25 Poll, the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team rewarded head coach Tammy Silva with an efficient sweep over unranked Antelope Valley, 25-9, 25-10, 25-16, Wednesday evening in a match that took just an hour to finish. It was milestone career victory No. 150 in Silva's 10-year collegiate coaching career, 95 of those wins in just the start of her sixth year at PCC.

Release date 9-6-2012

Women's Basketball Final Tryouts For 2012-13 Team Thursday

The final day of open tryouts for the 2012-2013 Pasadena City College women's basketball team takes place on Thursday, Sept. 6 between 3:30 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 9-5-2012

Tryouts For 2012-2013 Men's Basketball Team Sept. 5-6

Tryouts for the 2012-2013 Pasadena City College men's basketball team takes place today and tomorrow, Sept. 5-6, between 1:30 p.m. and 3:45 p.m. at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. 

Release date 9-5-2012

anguianoMen's Soccer Settles For 1-1 Tie v. LA Mission

In its first two matches of the 2012 season, the Pasadena City College men's soccer team has controlled the offensive tempo. Unfortunately for the Lancers, they have little to show for it. PCC remains winless at 0-1-1 after posting a 1-1 non-conference tie against Los Angeles Mission College Tuesday at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 9-4-2012

saavedra,orozco,papacWomen's Soccer Dominates Glendale, 3-1

Sometimes an early goal can stun the opponent. In the case of the Pasadena City College women's soccer team Tuesday, falling beind 1-0 proved to light a fire under the Lancers. For the next 82 minutes, host PCC kept the ball mostly on Glendale College's side of the field and picked up its first 2012 victory, 3-1, at Robinson Stadium.

Release date 9-4-2012

owensFootball Season Opens: Mistakes Contribute To 35-14 Loss At Citrus

Pasadena City College head football coach Fred Fimbres learned what life is like with more than 70 freshmen during the Lancers' season-opening 35-14 loss at Citrus College Saturday afternoon. The youth factor became apparent in a combination of penalties (12), fumbles (four), total turnovers (four), and a missed field goal.

Release date 9-2-2012

leeMen's Cross Country Season Opens: Baby Steps For Revamped 2012 Squad

After a disappointing 2011 season, Pasadena City College men's cross country team head coach Armand Crespo went to work this offseason in an attempt to improve the program.

Release date 9-2-2012

nunezWomen's Cross Country Season Opens: Nunez, Lombardi Excel At Covert Classic

After a 10th place finish at last year's CCCAA State Championships, Pasadena City College and women's cross country head coach Armand Crespo wanted to build on that strong end to the 2011 season. While the team has traditonally had one standout runner, Crespo feels he has now two top harriers in returning sophomore Diane Lombardi and incoming freshman Jessica Nunez.

Release date 9-2-2012

acostaWomen's Volleyball Season Opens: Lancers 2-0 At Pasadena Tournament

Winning six of seven games, the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team came out of the 2012 starting gate strong as the Lancers went 2-0 in matches in their season-opening Pasadena Tournament Friday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 9-1-2012

vcapraWomen's Soccer Season Opens: PCC Gains 1-1 Tie v. Moorpark

Last season, no Pasadena City College women's soccer player created more goals than freshman forward Vanessa Capra. Capra, who had 10 goals and dished out a team-best seven assists, once again established herself as the team's No. 1 offensive talent Friday. The sophomore scored the Lancers' lone goal in a hard-fought 1-1 tie against Moorpark College that opened the 2012 season at PCC's Robinson Stadium.

Release date 9-1-2012

manoyanMen's Soccer Season Opens: Late Goal Stuns PCC in 2-1 Loss To SBCC

Controlling a match from a territorial point of view is what all soccer coaches strive for, but sometimes being in control of the field doesn't always translate to being in control of the scoreboard. The Pasadena City College men's soccer team found that out Friday in a season-opening 2-1 loss at Santa Barbara City College.

Release date 9-1-2012

rosaryFormer Men's Hoopster BJ Rosary To Attend Massachusetts-Boston

B.J. Rosary, a reserve guard for two seasons on the Pasadena City College men's basketball team, will continue his education and playing career at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. Rosary, who graduated from PCC after the 2009-2010 season, will play for the Division III college as a junior in the 2012-2013 season.

Release date 8-29-2012

PCC 2013 Softball Team Tryouts Aug. 28 and 30 At Robinson Park

Pasadena City College softball team head coach Brittany Williams will be holding open tryouts for the 2013 Lancers team next week at Robinson Park, the team's off-campus home field at 1081 N. Fair Oaks Avenue in Pasadena. 

Release date 8-23-2012

posthumaPCC Football IntraSquad Scrimmage Thursday At Robinson Stadium

The Pasadena City College football team will be in action Thursday, Aug. 23 in its Cardinal and White intrasquad scrimmage held at Robinson Stadium. The scrimmage takes place between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. and attendance is free to the public.

Release date 8-21-2012

valle-acostaUPDATED 8/23--Women's Volleyball Hosts 3-Way Scrimmage v. Butte, Glendale This Friday

Ranked No. 12 in last year's State Top 25 final poll, the Pasadena City College women's volleyball team returns seven lettermen. The Lancers will get their first game action this Friday, Aug. 24 when they compete in home exhibition scrimmages against both Glendale College and Butte College from Oroville, Northern California. The teams will play the morning practice contests (does not count toward won-loss record) beginning at 10:30 a.m. in Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

Release date 8-20-2012

gorMen's Soccer Scoring Talent Kirakosyan Now At UC Irvine

Gor Kirakosyan, tied for fifth in all-time scoring for the Pasadena City College men's soccer program, accepted a scholarship to continue his education/playing career at NCAA Division I University of California, Irvine. The two-year Lancers' letterman led both the 2009 and 2011 PCC squads in goals scored. Last year, the forward scored 14 goals and added six assists in being named All-South Coast Conference First Team. 

Release date 8-13-2012

peters/haggardFootball Sends Nine Lancers To 4-Year Universities

As the Pasadena City College football team prepares for the 2012 season, second-year head coach Fred Fimbres announced today that nine of his 2011 class have secured scholarships to play and attend four-year universities. 

Release date 8-6-2012

suleymanyanSoftball's Suleymanyan On Her Way To Alcorn State

Ilene Suleymanyan, a two-year letterman on the Pasadena City College softball team, is continuing her education and playing career on scholarship at Alcorn State University in Lorman, Miss. Suleymanyan, a recent Elizabeth Jensen academic transfer scholarship recipient at PCC, was the Lancers' starting third baseman this past season.

Release date 8-2-2012

s. myersPCC Athletics Mourns Loss Of Equipment Assistant Stevie Myers

Stevie Myers, a long-time equipment assistant for the Pasadena City College intercollegiate athletic teams, has passed away at the age of 55. Myers died at his home this past weekend. Although details of his death were not released, Myers experienced an on-going battle with diabetes. 

Release date 8-1-2012

dultzAnother PCC Baseball Alum Playing In Minors

Kevin Dultz, a member of the 2007 and 2008 Pasadena City College baseball teams, signed a free agent minor league contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks in late April. He is currently playing as a catcher for Arizona's Advanced Rookie League team, the Missoula Osprey (Montana). 

Release date 7-25-2012

edino steelePCC Track Alumnus Edino Steele To Compete At London Olympics

Edino Steele, the 2006-2007 Pasadena City College Men's Athlete of the Year, has accomplished his goal of qualifying to take part in the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. Steele, one of PCC's greatest track and field sprinters, will race for his home country of Jamaica on its 4x400 meter relay team.

Release date 7-25-2012

PCC Hosts Youth Soccer Camp July 23-26

Pasadena City College will host a youth soccer camp for boys and girls ranging from ages 9-to-19 beginning on Monday, July 23 and concluding on Thursday, July 26 at Robinson Stadium. The 4-day camp takes place each morning from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.

Release date 7-18-2012

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