Charles Tuaau, a former All-State defensive tackle from the 2010 Pasadena City College football team, has signed a NFL undrafted free agent contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Defensive back Cariel Brooks, a member of the 2011 Pasadena City College football team, has signed an undrafted free agent rookie contract with the NFL's Arizona Cardinals. Brooks finished his collegiate playing career at Adams State University (Colorado) in 2014.
Defensive tackle Craig Settles, who redshirted this year after playing on the 2012 and 2013 Pasadena City College football teams, has signed a scholarship letter to attend and play at NCAA Division I Kansas State University.
Four members of the 2014 Pasadena City College football team were named to the SCFA All-Academic Team. Each of the scholar-athletes earned an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Student-athletes have often endured some often unfair stereotypes at the community college level, especially football players. But Pasadena City College's Anthony Johnson exemplified a different role--that of good Samaritan.
Pasadena City College and All-SCFA Second Team wide receiver J. Turner Jackson signed his national letter of intent to attend Southeastern Louisiana University, a NCAA Division I-FCS institution. Jackson joins a two-time defending Southland Conference champion program in the Lions.
Pasadena City College 2014 football sophomores Ahmad "A.J." Springer and Sean Mardis have transfered with playing scholarships to 4-year universities. Both student-athletes played just one year for the Lancers.
Anthony Johnson, who finished his freshman season as a linebacker on the Pasadena City College football team, has signed a NCAA Division I national letter of intent to attend Kent State University (Ohio).
Pasadena City College has announced that head football coach Fred Fimbres will not return for the 2015 season. The college has developed a plan for the search of a new head football coach that will begin immediately.
The Pasadena City College football team had four players selected to the 2014 SCFA All-National Northern Conference Second Team. No Lancers were picked to the 32-player First Team.
The promises of a better future will have to wait for the Pasadena City College football program. After a 2-2 start to the season, the Lancers lost their final six games and finished last in the SCFA National Northern Conference. Bakersfield College handed PCC a 28-3, season-ending defeat in the annual Homecoming game at Robinson Stadium Saturday.
(Santa Maria) -- It took just 70 seconds for the Pasadena City College football team to erase a 14-0 deficit in the first half Saturday in its SCFA National Northern Conference game against host Allan Hancock College. Hancock wouldn't allow another breakdown and scored 38 unanswered points in a 52-14 rout over PCC at Righetti High School.
Although the Pasadena City College football team is trying to recover from a tough 23-17 overtime loss to Moorpark on October 24, PCC can rejoice over the naming of two Lancers as SCFA National Northern Conference Players of the Week.
The Pasadena City College football team rallied from 17-7 down late in the fourth quarter only to lose to host Moorpark, 23-17, in overtime Saturday night in a SCFA National Northern Conference game. The Lancers fell to 2-6 overall and 1-3 in conference play.
Pasadena City College sophomore running back Zander Anding was selected SCFA National Northern Conference Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in the Lancers' loss v. Ventura College on October 18.
Saturday night started well for the host Pasadena City College football team in its SCFA National Northern Conference game against SoCal No. 5-rated Ventura. Quarterback Trevor Hampton completed the contest's opening drive with an 11-yard touchdown pass to running back Zander Anding. The play capped a 75-yard series that saw Hampton connect on all six of his attempts and give PCC a 7-0 lead.
Forty years ago, the Pasadena City College football team saw a perfect season end against perhaps East Los Angeles College's greatest team in 1974. The Huskies and Lancers played in a playoff bowl game that finished in a 14-14 tie, but with no overtime rules, ELAC advanced due to having the most yards of total offense while PCC's magical season came to a close.
Freshman quarterback Dejon Williams passed for 354 yards and the Pasadena City College football team offense outgained opponent Cerritos College in total yards, 456-375, in their SCFA National Northern Conference encounter Saturday night. However, the Lancers couldn't overcome five turnovers and a blocked punt and fell to the SoCal No. 7-rated Falcons, 27-17, at Robinson Stadium.
For the second consecutive week, a Pasadena City College football player received SCFA National Northern Conference Defensive Player of the Week honors. Freshman linebacker Jalyn Williams earned week No. 4 honors with his performance during the Lancers' 20-12 conference-opening victory on September 27.
The Pasadena City College football team put itself right back into bowl contention Saturday night with a stunning 20-12 upset win at SoCal No. 15-rated College of the Canyons in the SCFA National Northern Conference opener for both teams. The Lancers won for the first time ever in seven meetings against the Cougars and have a 2-game winning streak for the first time since 2010.
Pasadena City College football team defensive back Marlon Dobbins was named SCFA Defensive Player of the Week for his performance during the Lancers' 19-7 win over Los Angeles Harbor on Sept. 20.
The home fans finally had something to cheer about Saturday. The Pasadena City College football team won for the first time at Robinson Stadium since 2011 by posting a 19-7, SCFA non-conference victory over Los Angeles Harbor.
(El Cajon) -- A 34-yard field goal by Brendon Chitura with just 2:20 left sent the Pasadena City College football team to a 17-14 loss against host Grossmont in a SCFA non-conference game Saturday afternoon. The Lancers dropped to 0-2 on the season.
The Pasadena City College football team showed flashes in Saturday's 2014 season opener that this year's squad has more firepower than the Lancers of the last few years. However, some of the defensive breakdowns that plagued those teams reappeared in a 37-20 loss against visiting El Camino at Robinson Stadium.
After struggling offensively to move the football all last season, the Pasadena City College football team has added a bevy of new prospects at the skill positions that have the Lancers excited about the 2014 season.