Members of the 2014 Pasadena City College football team recently took advantage of the opportunity to help children learn the sport last month when they volunteered at two youth football clinics held at the City of Pasadena’s Robinson Park.
Pasadena City College football head coach Fred Fimbres announced five more Lancers have earned university scholarships as the squad's 2013 transfer class increased to 18 players. It is PCC's largest class since 2004. [Editor's note: One player was added to the list and another had an incorrect listing of his transfer university in the original release.]
Pasadena City College football defensive back Dashon Wade, a 2013 All-National Northern Conference Second Team selection, has signed a letter of intent to play and attend the University of Southern Mississippi.
Pasadena City College head football coach Fred Fimbres announced that seven more players have signed 4-year university scholarships to raise the number to nine 2013 Lancers who have moved on to the next level.
Pasadena City College football spphomores Steven Dinov and Bryan Luna were honored this week on the 2013 SCFA All-Academic Team for their work in the classroom. The two players finished their community college playing careers this past season.
Pasadena City College sophomore offensive lineman Miguel Machado, a three-star recruit according to Rivals.com, has signed his scholarship letter of intent with Michigan State University Thursday morning as the second 2013 PCC player to commit to a 4-year university.
Pasadena City College All-State defensive end Dalyou Pierson accepted a scholarship to attend Iowa State University in the Big 12 Conference. Pierson led the SCFA in sacks with 11.5 as a sophomore in 2012 and was a two-time, All-National Northern Conference selection for the Lancers.
Pasadena City College football team defensive lineman Dalyou Pierson, who made 10.5 sacks to lead the region, was named to the 2013 All-SCFA National Northern Conference First Team. Pierson was joined on the First Team by offensive lineman Raul Martinez. Both players are sophomores who concluded their 2-year Lancers careers this month.
After two strong efforts against Allan Hancock (a win) and Ventura (a 10-point loss), the Pasadena City College football team hoped to end the 2013 season with a win v. visiting Bakersfield on Saturday. Instead, the Renegades pounded the Lancers, 52-6, to end a rough year for PCC.
Local Pasadena High product and sophomore wide receiver Marcus Green had the biggest game of his Lancers' football career Saturday night in the Homecoming Game. But Green's burst of offense was not enough as Ventura handed Pasadena City College a 37-27 loss in a SCFA National Northern Conference contest at Robinson Stadium.
Sophomore Dashon Wade was chosen SCFA National Northern Conference Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in the Pasadena City College football team's 19-17 win over Allan Hancock on October 26.
(Santa Maria) -- It took the biggest defensive play of the season to take the monkey off the back of the 2013 Pasadena City College football team Saturday. With 1:18 left in the game, defensive back Dashon Wade hit Allan Hancock's Joel Enriquez just two yards short of the Lancers' end zone at the end of a 30-yard pass and run play. Wade recovered the ensuing fumble as PCC clinched a hard-fought, 19-17 victory at Righetti High.
For the first time in 2013, a Pasadena City College football player received recognition as a SCFA National Northern Conference Player of the Week. Freshman running back-punter Kitlo Meme was named in the Special Teams/All-Purpose category after his performance in PCC's 31-15 loss at Moorpark on October 19.
Watch Nick Davis run. Watch Nick Davis pass. That seemed to be the theme of Saturday night's SCFA National Northern Conference football game between visiting Pasadena City College and Moorpark College.
There were moments in Saturday night's Pasadena City College football game where the Lancers showed opponent Golden West they meant business. The Lancers grabbed a 10-7 lead early in the second quarter in front of the home fans at Robinson Stadium.
The Pasadena City College football team made advances Saturday on the defensive side of the ball in holding host Cerritos to 13 first downs. But the Lancers' offense continued to sputter, making four turnovers and allowing the Falcons premium field territory in a 30-5, SCFA National Northern Conference loss.
In the history of Pasadena City College football, the Lancers have faced 53 California Community College opponents. PCC has beaten all of them, but one. College of the Canyons continued to be that elusive combatant as the Cougars moved to 6-0 in their all-time series v. the Lancers with a resounding 54-10 triumph at Robinson Stadium Saturday night.
In the history of Pasadena City College football, no opponent has given the Lancers more headaches than El Camino College. On Saturday night in Torrance, the woes that PCC have encountered in the past continued in a forgettable 43-7, SCFA non-conference defeat.
The Pasadena City College football team looked brilliant at times Saturday night, but big plays turned in by host Orange Coast College made the difference in the Lancers' 27-23, SCFA non-conference loss at LeBard Stadium.
Citrus College put the Pasadena City College football team in a large hole Saturday in taking a 24-0 halftime lead. The Lancers found their offensive rhythm in the second half, but it wasn't enough in a 34-21, season-opening loss in front of an estimated 1,000-plus fans at Robinson Stadium.
In his third season directing the Pasadena City College football team, head coach Fred Fimbres knows it's time for his Lancers to show they can truly compete in the difficult SCFA National Northern Conference. The growing pains of 2011 and 2012 are over in the coach's mind.
After last having a winning season in 2008, the Pasadena City College football team is looking to top the .500 mark this year under third-year head coach Fred Fimbres. The JCGridiron.com Dirty Thirty Juco Rankings are also banking on a winning season for the Lancers in placing them No. 27 on their national pre-season poll.
The artificial turf that now covers the football field at Robinson Stadium is a far cry from the grass and dirt PCC alumnus Elvin Momon ran on. In fact, many things on campus are different from what they used to be in 1972 when the former running back was part of one of the Lancers’ greatest football teams.
Pasadena City College 2012 football lettermen Jase To'omalatai and Keyon Austin and 2011 alum Khambrell Gomez will each continue their education and playing careers at the 4-year university level.