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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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