Pasadena City College has announced the hiring of Pat McGee as its new head baseball coach. McGee, 41, becomes just the 11th head coach in the history of the Lancers program and his first season in the dugout begins in January, 2015.
Holding the second longest current tenure of any Pasadena City College men's sports head coach, Evan O'Meara resigned Monday following the conclusion of his 10th season in charge of the Lancers' baseball program.
The Pasadena City College baseball team was swept by Mt. San Antonio in its final 3-game series to close out the 2014 season. The Lancers finished in eighth place in the South Coast Conference at 1-20 and 4-31 overall.
Freshman reliever John Flores took advantage of his first start on the hill this season Tuesday, but his efforts couldn't stop the Pasadena City College baseball team from coming up short against visiting Irvine Valley, 5-3, in a non-conference game. The contest was played at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field and appropriately on the 67th anniversary of PJC alumnus and MLB Hall of Famer Robinson breaking the color barrier in professional baseball with his rookie appearance for the Brooklyn Dodgers.
The Pasadena City College baseball team has shown improvement in its past three games, but the results remain the same--losses in the South Coast Conference standings. PCC led 3-0 early v. Cerritos College on Thursday before the Falcons rallied for a 9-5 win at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.
The Pasadena City College baseball team hit, pitched and fielded its way out of a 28-game, South Coast Conference losing streak dating back to last year on Saturday. The Lancers used a 15-hit attack, turned three double plays on defense, and relied on strong pitching by starter Zach Britt and reliever Jason Marquez to get back into the SCC win column in defeating Long Beach City College, 9-5, at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.
In recent weeks, the highlights are becoming few and far between for the Pasadena City College baseball team. The Lancers lost their 11th straight game Tuesday as Long Beach City College handed them a 9-1 defeat at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.
Two games into the South Coast Conference schedule, the Pasadena City College baseball team can't find relief--especially from its bullpen. The Lancers wasted a strong pitching start by sophomore Brian Cuiriz on Thursday as their relief staff coughed up eight runs in an 11-1 loss to East Los Angeles. The game was played at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.
Today's regularly-scheduled Pasadena City College baseball team game against Grossmont College has been postponed due to a wet field. The game had been slated for 2 p.m. and it has not been announced when it will be rescheduled.
Feeling good about itself following its doubleheader sweep over Cerro Coso Saturday, the Pasadena City College baseball team went back to Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field with confidence as it faced Tuesday's opponent Los Angeles Mission College.
Steven San Miguel's walk-off, 2-RBI double with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning capped a banner day for the Pasadena City College baseball team as it swept a doubleheader over Cerro Coso, 9-5 and 5-4, Saturday at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.
After a highly productive opening few games to his collegiate career, Pasadena City College baseball team centerfielder PJ DeZotell was honored as the CCCBCA SoCal Player of the Week for January 27-February 3.
There's something about playing in Lancaster that brings out the best in the Pasadena City College baseball team. For the fifth opening-season trip to Antelope Valley College in the last six years (rained out in 2010), the Lancers beat the host Marauders for the team's first win of the season on Friday. PCC's 9-6 triumph ended the program's 14-game losing streak dating back to last season.
The Pasadena City College baseball team began its 2014 season Monday, one that it hopes to be an improvement from a rocky '13 year that saw the Lancers win just four of 36 games.
A decade after hurling as an All-South Coast Conference First Team pitcher for the Pasadena City College baseball team, alumnus Brandon Kintzler is becoming a premium reliever in the professional ranks for the Milwaukee Brewers.