Pasadena City College announced that due to a verified violation of recruiting by-laws within the South Coast Conference, Joe Peron has been relieved as head coach of the women's basketball program for the 2015-2016 season. A replacement for Peron for the next season will be selected in the near future. Peron will continue his position as a tenured professor in kinesiology for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Alumnae Tiana Sanders, already inducted into the Pasadena City College Sports Hall of Fame in 2011, has been chosen to be part of the 2016 class of the California Community College Women's Basketball Coaches Association (CCCWBCA) Hall of Fame. Like the PCC HOF, Sanders is the first Lancers women's basketball player to go into the state coaches HOF.
Pasadena City College women's basketball forward Regerina Baker was selected to the All-CCCAA State Third Team. A Lancers player has been named All-State in 12 of the last 13 seasons under head coach Joe Peron.
The Pasadena City College women's basketball team ran out of rallies as the 10th-seeded Lancers were beaten, 71-64, in overtime by host No. 7 El Camino College in Round 2 of the Southern California Regional Playofffs Friday night.
The Pasadena City College freshmen duo of forward Regerina Baker and point guard Judith Espinoza were selected to the All-South Coast Conference North Division Women's Basketball First Team by division coaches.
The Pasadena City College women's basketball team was seeded No. 10 and will open the 2015 Southern California Regional Playoffs Friday, Feb. 27 when the Lancers travel to face No. 7 El Camino College in a Round 2 game. Tip-off is 7 p.m. in Torrance.
The Pasadena City College women's basketball team all but secured itself a postseason spot in the Southern California Regional Playoffs for the 14th consecutive season. The Lancers downed Los Angeles Trade Tech, 59-46, Friday in the South Coast Conference North Division and regular season finale at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
Pasadena City College women's basketball freshman forward Regerina Baker received the CCCAA/CCCSIA State Female Athlete of the Month award for her overall individual performance in January.
After losing to the state's top-ranked team by a high score of 95-70 at home a month ago, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team buckled down defensively in its rematch against host Mt. San Antonio Wednesday night. The Lancers prevented Mt. SAC from unleashing its fast break offense, but the Mounties countered with consistent defensive pressure that forced PCC into making a season-high 35 turnovers in a 58-45 loss.
After a 67-62 home loss to state No. 3-ranked East Los Angeles College Wednesday night, the unranked Pasadena City College women's basketball team faces new territory going into the final week of South Coast Conference play. The Lancers will likely be a lower seed in the upcoming SoCal Regional Playoffs, and risk the possibility of missing the postseason altogether.
With his two best players not playing Friday night, Pasadena City College women's basketball head coach Joe Peron turned to his bench players to get the team inspired against winless El Camino College-Compton Center.
Long Beach City College has become a recent thorn in the side of the Pasadena City College women's basketball team. Last season, the Vikings eliminated the then host Lancers in the third round of the regional playoffs. On Wednesday night, unrated LBCC not only upset the state's No. 17-ranked team but ran away with a 78-43 rout.
One game after surviving a last-second basket v. El Camino to win in overtime, the state No. 17-ranked Pasadena City College women's basketball team experienced the opposite result at unranked Cerritos College Friday night. The Falcons erased a 10-point deficit and won on a put-back basket by Selena Romero with 3.9 seconds left to edge the Lancers, 68-67.
The Pasadena City College women's basketball team recovered from one of the worst offensive halves in the Coach Joe Peron era to stun state No. 8-ranked El Camino, 70-66, in overtime Wednesday night at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
The Pasadena City College women's basketball team took advantage of a closely-called game of fouls Friday night in defeating host Los Angeles Harbor College, 85-77. The Lancers and Seahawks were whistled for a combined 52 fouls that led to 80 free throws between the squads.
With a little more than two minutes left in the first half Wednesday, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team found itself in a deep hole. The visiting Lancers trailed upstart Los Angeles Trade Tech by 15 points, 37-22. But PCC rattled off a 10-0 run to end the half and went on to down the Lady Techsters, 76-70, in a South Coast Conference North Division game.
The Pasadena City College women's basketball team is finding it harder and harder to beat its South Coast Conference North Division rival Mt. San Antonio. The Mounties showed why they are ranked No. 1 in the state by winning their 10th consecutive meeting between the schools, 95-70, at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium Friday night.
One of the things missing from last season's Pasadena City College women's basketball team was reliable 3-point shooting. This year, the Lancers have found their bomber in freshman guard Kyrstin Nakamura. The Mark Keppel High product drained six 3-pointers as part of her game-high 20 points in helping PCC defeat Los Angeles Southwest College, 77-49, Wednesday night at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
One last-second shot deserved another as the state No. 18-ranked Pasadena City College women's basketball team discovered Friday night in losing an epic conference battle at No. 4 East Los Angeles, 93-92, in overtime.
At 17.4 points a game clip thus far this season, point guard Judith Espinoza is recognized by most Pasadena City College women's basketball team fans for her scoring prowess. On Wednesday night in the Lancers' South Coast Conference North Division opener at El Camino College-Compton Center, Espinoza showed everyone another part of her game--passing.
Three times the Pasadena City College women's basketball team advanced to the championship final of tournaments. Unfortunately for the Lancers, they came up short in all three, including another second-place trophy at the 2014-year ending San Jose City College Lady Jaguar Invitational December 28-30.
For the fourth consecutive tournament, the state's 10th-ranked Pasadena City College women's basketball team didn't leave with the first-place trophy. However, the Lancers now have two third places and two second places to their credit after a third place finish at the College of the Desert Winter Classic December 18-20.
For the second time this season, the Pasadena City College women's basketball team lost to an Orange Empire Conference team in the finals of a tournament. Host Irvine Valley prevented the Lancers from a first-place trophy, defeating them, 84-66, Saturday in the championship game of the Irvine Valley Tournament. In November, Fullerton downed PCC for the Glendale Tournament title.
It will be a battle of two state top 10 ranked squads Saturday as the No. 10 Pasadena City College women's basketball team competes v. No. 5 Irvine Valley in the championship final of the Lasers' hosted Irvine Valley Tournament. Tip-off is 4 p.m.
The Pasadena City College women's basketball team kept it close but Fullerton College made key shots in the final few minutes to win the Glendale College Vaquero Shootout tournament title, 61-55, Sunday. The Lancers (4-2) took second place after winning the tourney last year.
The regularly-scheduled contest to be hosted by the Pasadena City College women's basketball game against Pierce on Tuesday, Nov. 25 has been canceled. The game will not be made up.
The Pasadena City College women's basketball team has won two games to advance to the championship final of the Glendale College Lady Vaquero Shootout tournament. The Lancers face Fullerton College Sunday, Nov. 23 in a 4 p.m. game for the tourney title. PCC is the defending champion of the tournament.
The shortest player on the Pasadena City College women's basketball team, Judith Espinoza, came up with the tallest performance in helping the Lancers secure third place in the inaugural Honda of Pasadena Classic Sunday. Espinoza scored 18 points, dished out nine assists and grabbed seven rebounds as PCC defeated Long Beach City College, 58-50, at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
The Pasadena City College women's basketball team had hoped to advance to the championship final of its inaugural Honda of Pasadena Classic, but El Camino kept the Lancers out of the big dance with a 66-59 win at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium Saturday night.
The Pasadena City College women's basketball team displayed a variety of new talents that have its fans excited following an 85-45 win over Taft in the season-opening Honda of Pasadena Classic Friday. The first round game was one of four contests played at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium in the inaugural tournament that continues Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 15-16.
The Pasadena City College women's basketball team opens the 2014-15 season this weekend as it hosts the inaugural Honda of Pasadena Classic. The 8-team tournament runs Friday, Nov. 14 to Sunday, Nov. 16. The Lancers begin with a 4 p.m. first round game against Taft College, a Northern California region team.