The women's freshmen duo of Rebecca Tzou and Zin Win Maw accomplished Pasadena City College's first CCCAA State Badminton doubles championship at the state tournament held Friday-Saturday at Irvine Valley College. The Lancers' squad won four straight matches in straight sets to perform the feat.
After winning 13 consecutive matches, the Pasadena City College women's badminton team met its match in Pacific Coast Athletic Conference champion San Diego City College. The Knights ended the Lancers' team season run with an 11-10 triumph in the Southern California Championship final played Wednesday at SDCC.
The Pasadena City College women's badminton team completed a perfect South Coast Conference season Wednesday with a 21-0 blanking at El Camino College-Compton Center. The undefeated Lancers (13-0 overall) scored 245 out of a possible 252 points in winning their 12 conference matches.
For the seventh time this season, the South Coast Conference champion Pasadena City College women's badminton team blanked an opponent Friday. The Lancers shut out East Los Angeles, 21-0, and upped their SCC record to 11-0 and overall record to an also perfect 12-0. The match was played at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
The Pasadena City College women's badminton team clinched its 11th South Coast Conference title since 2000 with a 21-0 blanking of El Camino College Friday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. With three conference matches yet to be played, PCC is a perfect 9-0 and 10-0 overall.
The Pasadena City College women's badminton team just became an instant contender for this year's CCCAA state team title after defeating two-time defending state champion De Anza College, 14-7, Thursday in a rare non-conference match at PCC's Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
The Pasadena City College women's badminton team continued its demolition of its South Coast Conference opponents with 21-0 blankings of both El Camino and El Camino College-Compton Center this week.
The Pasadena City College freshmen duo of Zin Win Maw and Rebecca Tzou captured the women's badminton championship doubles title at the San Diego Mesa Tournament held March 20.
Playing at the round robin, Coast Conference Tournament March 7 at Skyline College in Northern California, the Pasadena City College women's badminton team ran up against some tougher competition than it had been used to thus far in 2015. The individual tourney featured De Anza's Alice Liu defeating PCC's top player Rebecca Tzou, 21-17, 21-9.
Sometimes the second meeting between a pair of rivals dictates the true difference between one competitive team and another. So when the Pasadena City College women's badminton team zipped through a 20-1 home win over East Los Angeles Friday, it's clear that the Lancers are the class of the South Coast Conference this season.
After the first round of three matches in the South Coast Conference, the Pasadena City College women's badminton team had dominated play, including Wednesday's
21-0 shutout at El Camino College. The Lancers are 3-0 to lead the SCC.
On Friday, Pasadena City College women's badminton head coach Jennifer Ho played an entirely different ladder of six singles players than in the team's season-opening win over East Los Angeles. The results were similar to the first contest with the Lancers B squad sweeping all 12 singles matches in a 20-1, South Coast Conference victory over El Camino College-Compton Center at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
A new era in Pasadena City College women's badminton began Wednesday and if first looks mean anything, then the Lancers seem poised as the favorites to win the South Coast Conference title. The visiting Lancers dominated defending SCC champion East Los Angeles, 21-0, to give Jennifer Ho a victory in her head coaching debut.
Pasadena City College named Jennifer Ho its new head coach of the women's badminton team. Ho takes over for Bill Sanchez, who has left the college after seven seasons in charge of the Lancers.