Kemonte Batemen, a wide receiver who played on the 2009-2010 Pasadena City College football team, has signed a rookie free agent contract with the NFL's Denver Broncos.
The Pasadena City College football team held a signing ceremony Tuesday for 2012 lettermen Tyler Marona and Andrew Medrano, who both earned scholarships to play at the university level.
David Reed, a Pasadena City College football alumnus from 2006-2007, will appear in Super Bowl XLVII (47) as a member of the Baltimore Ravens as they face the San Francisco 49ers. The NFL championship game takes place at the New Orleans' Superdome on Sunday, Feb. 3. The Super Bowl is annually the most-watched television event in the United States.
A lean season for Pasadena City College football team translated to no First Team choices and only three Lancers picked to the 2012 All-SCFA National Northern Conference Second Team. The selections were all freshmen in kicker Martin Magana, defensive lineman Dalyou Pierson, and offensive lineman Jose Torres.
Pasadena City College Sports Hall of Famer and football alumnus Jerome Harrison, the only running back in school history to post back-to-back 1,000 yard rushing seasons in 2002-2003, was profiled by CBS Sports during its NFL Thanksgiving Day national broadcast.
Running back Zach Sinclair became the third Pasadena City College athlete to earn SCFA National Northern Conference Player of the Week honors for his performance in the football team's 38-17 season-ending loss at Bakersfield Nov. 10.
In the season's last three games, the Pasadena City College football team put legitimate scares into high-ranked teams. Losses to regionally rated No. 10 Allan Hancock, No. 2 Ventura and No. 4 Bakersfield were contests decided in the final quarter with the Lancers as close as a one possession margin of either being ahead or tied.
(VENTURA) – Pasadena City College pushed state No. 3-ranked Ventura College to the brink Saturday night, but two crushing Lancers’ turnovers allowed the Pirates to complete the first perfect regular season in Ventura’s 82-year football history, 27-14.
Martin Magana, the Pasadena City College football team's freshman kicker and leading scorer this season, was selected as the SCFA National Northern Conference Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance in Saturday's 49-42 loss against Allan Hancock.
It would have gone down as one of the greatest comebacks in Pasadena City College football history. Instead, the Lancers' amazing rally from down 29-6 late in the second quarter became a footnote when Allan Hancock receiver Nick Shellow caught a 10-yard touchdown pass in the corner of the end zone from quarterback Brandon Jeffries with 23 seconds left. The Hancock TD sent PCC to defeat, 49-42, Saturday in the Lancers' final home game at Robinson Stadium this season.
For all the pre-game excitement of Homecoming Night as the Lancers unveiled brand new gray camouflage jerseys, the Pasadena City College football team couldn't contain visiting Moorpark College's running game and couldn't take care of the ball offensively. PCC made five turnovers, four which led to Moorpark scores in a 36-15, SCFA National Northern Conference loss at Robinson Stadium Saturday evening.
(Costa Mesa) – It took the dynamic duo of Pasadena City College defensive back Trayvon Watson and defensive lineman Gary London to end the Lancers’ nine-game program losing streak Saturday night. Watson twice intercepted passes in the fourth quarter thanks to explosive hurries by London as PCC defeated Golden West, 17-9, in a SCFA non-conference game. The game was played at Orange Coast College’s LeBard Stadium.
The Pasadena City College football team suffered the worst home loss in its 13-year history at Robinson Stadium as Cerritos College handed the Lancers their ninth straight defeat since last season, 65-13, Saturday night.
Forty years ago, quarterback Rick Holoubek led the Pasadena City College football team to a 12-1 record, the Metropolitan Conference championship, and the JC Grid-Wire regular season national title. Holoubek, who was named an All-American in 1972, passed away last week of complications from an extended bout with colon cancer. Holoubek died in Las Vegas, his home for the past eight years.
For nearly the first 30 minutes of its SCFA National Northern Conference opener Saturday, the Pasadena City College football team had played its best defensive half of the 2012 season while keeping host College of the Canyons in near sleep mode with a slim 3-0 lead.
While the Pasadena City College football team searches for its first win after a 0-3 start, the Lancers received their first SCFA National Northern Conference Player of the Week selection in freshman punter Manny Meza for his special teams performance in week No. 3.
While the Pasadena City College football team continued its growing pains, the Lancers received some strong individual performances in a 46-27, SCFA non-conference loss to El Camino College Saturday night at Robinson Stadium.
For the second straight game, the Pasadena City College football team continued a habit of too many penalties combined with an inability to cash in on offensive opportunities. Orange Coast College ruined the Lancers' home opener, 27-10, in a SCFA non-conference game at Robinson Stadium Saturday evening.
Pasadena City College head football coach Fred Fimbres learned what life is like with more than 70 freshmen during the Lancers' season-opening 35-14 loss at Citrus College Saturday afternoon. The youth factor became apparent in a combination of penalties (12), fumbles (four), total turnovers (four), and a missed field goal.
The Pasadena City College football team will be in action Thursday, Aug. 23 in its Cardinal and White intrasquad scrimmage held at Robinson Stadium. The scrimmage takes place between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. and attendance is free to the public.
As the Pasadena City College football team prepares for the 2012 season, second-year head coach Fred Fimbres announced today that nine of his 2011 class have secured scholarships to play and attend four-year universities.
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