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Baseball Loses Battle With Rio Hondo

Pasadena City College Athletic Director Tony Barbone knew what to expect when two of his former players from his baseball coaching days at Azusa Pacific University met up as opposing head coaches Saturday--sound baseball. 

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Holguin's Pitching, Defense Lead To Baseball Win At West LA

Starter pitcher Isaac Holguin hurled five innings of 1-hit ball and the Pasadena City College infield turned four double plays as the Lancers got past host West Los Angeles College, 5-3, Saturday in a non-conference game. PCC improved its overall record to 3-2.

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Oxnard Edges Baseball In PCC Home Opener, 4-3

A week after beating the Lancers in the 2015 season opener, Oxnard College handed the Pasadena City College baseball team a 4-3 defeat Tuesday in PCC's home opener at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.  

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Pitching Staff Secures Baseball Sweep Over AVC

Pat McGee directed his first two victories as Pasadena City College baseball head coach on Saturday, Jan. 31 as the Lancers swept host Antelope Valley College. In the opener, PCC downed the Marauders, 4-3, in 10 innings. The Lancers followed that with a 5-0 blanking of AVC in a game shortened to eight innings due to darkness.

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Oxnard Spoils Baseball Coach McGee's Debut

Stellar pitching by three relievers and solid shortstop defense by Thomas Castro stood out for the Pasadena City College baseball team Tuesday, but host Oxnard handed the Lancers a 7-0 loss in the 2015 season opener for both teams. It was the head coaching debut for PCC's Pat McGee.

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PCC Spring Preview: New Coach Hopes To Change Baseball Fortunes

For the first time in more than decade, the Pasadena City College baseball team has a new leader in first-year head coach Pat McGee. The Lancers open the 2015 season on Tuesday, Jan. 27 at Oxnard College (2 p.m.). PCC will play a 36-game schedule, 21 as part of the 8-team, South Coast Conference.