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PCC SPORTS NEWS

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

All the Sports News


2011 SUMMER RECREATION AND LAP SWIMMING AT PCC AQUATIC CENTER

Pasadena City College sponsors intercollegiate teams through the Kinesiology, Health & Athletics Division. The Lancer teams play (except for football) in the South Coast Conference, considered among the most competitive community college conferences in the nation. The PCC football team is a member of the Southern California Football Association as part of the National Southern Conference. PCC athletics is led by new Athletic Director John Woods, hired in June, 2011.

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

Fall

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

Spring

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

PASADENA CITY COLLEGE SPORTS
2010-2011 FINAL SCOREBOARD

Sport
Overall Record
Conference Record
Men's Basketball

Final 7-19

2-11, 5th Place
Women's Basketball
Final 24-6,
Round 3, Playoffs
13-3, T2nd Place
Men's Cross Country
CCCAA State Finals,
Zentmyer 16th

PCC 5th Place,
Zentmyer 3rd

Women's Cross Country
CCCAA State Finals,
van der Wyk 2nd
PCC 5th Place,
van der Wyk, 2nd
Men's Football
Final 4-6
0-5, 6th Place
Men's Soccer
Final 6-6-8
3-5-6, 6th Place
Women's Soccer
Final 8-7-5
3-6-5, 6th Place
Women's Water Polo
Final 7-21
3-7, 6th Place
Women's Volleyball
Final 22-5, Ranked No. 7
State Final Poll
12-2, 2nd Place
Women's Badminton
Final Duals, 13-2
SoCal Finalist, Liang CCCAA Consolation Singles Champion
12-0, Undefeated SCC Champions; Liang, Singles Champ; Nguyen-Le and Ly Doubles Champ; Nguyen-Le Player of the Year
Men's Baseball
Final 10-24
5-16, 8th Place
Women's Softball
Final 9-30
6-15, 6th Place
Men's Swimming

Final 6-2 Duals
8th at State Meet,
Liu 3rd in 400 IM
Alaoui 5th in 200 Fly

 

6-1, 2nd In Duals;
4th at SCC Finals;
Alaoui Co-Swimmer of Year
Women's Swimming
Final 4-4 Duals
19th at State Meet
Velasquez 7th in 100 IM
Warden 7th in 200 Free

4-3, 4th in Duals;
4th at SCC Finals;
Velasquez 100 IM, 50 Free, Warden 100 Free champs

Men's
Track/Field
Final 32nd CCCAA
State Meet,
5th 4x400 Relay,
Peevy 7th 400m
4th Place;
Brown 400M champion

Women's Track/Field
Final 24th CCCAA
State Meet
van der Wyk,
1,500M state champion
5th Place;
van der Wyk, 800M, 1,500M champion

*-Football is National Southern Conference, all other sports South Coast Conf.

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

2008-2009 Scoreboard


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UPCOMING SCHEDULE

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January 30, Friday

Women's Basketball: at Cerritos 7:00 PM
Men's Basketball: at Cerritos 5:00 PM
Women's Softball: v. Ventura at Glendale Tournament 11:00 AM
Women's Softball: v. Santa Monica at Glendale Tournament 1:00 PM

January 31, Saturday

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

February 3, Tuesday

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

February 4, Wednesday

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

February 6, Friday

Women's Basketball: hosts El Camino-Compton Center 7:00 PM
Men's Basketball: hosts El Camino-Compton Center 5:00 PM
Men's/Women's Track and Field: at South Coast Conference Opener 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

February 7, Saturday

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

February 10, Tuesday

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

February 11, Wednesday

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

February 12, Thursday

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

February 13, Friday

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

February 14, Saturday

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

February 17, Tuesday

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

February 18, Wednesday

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

February 19, Thursday

Baseball: hosts LA Valley (at University of La Verne) 2:00 PM
Men's/Women's Swimming and Diving: Mt. SAC Invite (Diving Only) 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Women's Softball: at Mt. San Antonio 5:00 PM
Men's/Women's Track and Field: at Combined Events Challenge 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

February 20, Friday

Men's/Women's Track and Field: at Day of the Baton Relays 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Women's Softball: hosts Pierce 2:00 PM
Men's/Women's Swimming and Diving: Mt. SAC Invite (Swimming Only) 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Baseball: hosts Ventura 2:00 PM
Women's Basketball: hosts LA Trade Tech 7:00 PM
Men's Basketball: hosts LA Trade Tech 5:00 PM

February 24, Tuesday

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

February 25, Wednesday

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

February 26, Thursday

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

February 27, Friday

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

 

 

 

 

 

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Revised August 26, 2011 by rmlewis@pasadena.edu