Pasadena City College women's soccer sophomore forward Amanda Papac and sophomore midfielder Cassandra Orozco were chosen to the 2013 All-South Coast Conference First Team at the season-ending soccer coaches meeting last week.
A defensive-minded squad throughout the 2013 season, the Pasadena City College women's soccer team fittingly closed the year with a shutout, downing El Camino-Compton Center, 3-0 Friday on sophomore day at Robinson Stadium.
The Pasadena City College women's soccer team extended its undefeated streak to six games at 3-0-3 by earning a 1-1 tie Friday against second-place Mt. San Antonio at Robinson Stadium. The Lancers are in fourth place in the South Coast Conference and are hoping to grab a postseason playoff berth with one week left in the regular season.
The Pasadena City College women’s soccer team accomplished several things when it faced Los Angeles Harbor College at Robinson Stadium. Most importantly by winning 3-0, the Lancers broke a tie with the Seahawks to take sole possession of fourth place in the 8-team, South Coast Conference standings.
For the second game in a row, the Pasadena City College women’s soccer team had plenty of scoring opportunities but could only muster a single goal. The Lancers ended up having to rally for a 1-1 draw against East Los Angeles College in a South Coast Conference game Tuesday at Robinson Stadium.
The Pasadena City College women’s soccer team used a relentless attack that resulted in a 1-0, South Coast Conference victory that was far more lopsided than the score indicated. The win gives the Lancers a 3-3-2 South Coast Conference record and evens their overall mark at 5-5-4 overall.
For a team that has struggled to mount offense thus far this season, the Pasadena City College women's soccer team received a much needed jolt Tuesday in facing El Camino College-Compton Center. The Lancers bombarded Compton's defense for 24 shots and netted a 3-0, South Coast Conference victory at Robinson Stadium.
Sophomore Amanda Papac scored three minutes into extra time to allow the Pasadena City College women's soccer team to tie host Mt. San Antonio, 1-1, in a South Coast Conference game played Tuesday.
With the Pasadena City College women's soccer team still playing without two key starters due to injury, the Lancers did what they could Tuesday but the absences of top playmakers Amanda Papac and Cassandra Saavedra were part of the difference in the Lancers' 2-1 loss to visiting Long Beach City College at Robinson Stadium.
Playing without injured key sophomore starters in Cassandra Saavedra, Amanda Papac, and Tatiana Sanchez, the Pasadena City College women's soccer team visited East Los Angeles College Friday night in a South Coast Conference match. The Lancers didn't let the absences phase them as they rallied for a 1-1 tie.
The Pasadena City College women's soccer team came off an outstanding second place finish last year in the South Coast Conference. First-year head coach Reggie Rivas didn't waste any time directing the Lancers to a positive start to the 2013 SCC schedule as PCC blanked host El Camino College, 3-0, Tuesday afternoon.
After five games, Pasadena City College women's soccer head coach Reggie Rivas wondered aloud if someone would become a "hero" for his team. The Lancers had just one goal in five matches going into their non-conference game at Mt. San Jacinto Tuesday.
Four games into the 2013 season, the Pasadena City College women's soccer team isn't pressing any panic buttons. The Lancers, however, are frustrated over their lack of scoring. For the third time this season, PCC was left scoreless as visiting Los Angeles Pierce won 1-0 Friday in a non-conference game at Robinson Stadium.
With 30 minutes left in its home opener Friday, the Pasadena City College women's soccer team and head coach Reggie Rivas might have been out of options when reserve freshman goalie Angie Ulmer left the game with an injury. The Lancers were already without sophomore regular starter Tatiana Sanchez due to an illness, but there was no worries when Ulmer went down.
The Pasadena City College women's soccer team handed new head coach Reggie Rivas his first collegiate victory in defeating West Valley College, 1-0, to close out the Ventura Showcase Tournament Saturday.
Orange Coast College ruined the Pasadena City College women's soccer head coaching debut for Reggie Rivas, 2-0, but the Lancers' new leader felt the 2013 season opener proved to be a "good learning experience." PCC played the contest on Friday afternoon as part of the Ventura College Showcase Tournament.
For some programs, playing for a new head coach can be a slow transitional process where returning sophomores have to learn new team rules and learn to communicate with a different person in charge. For the Pasadena City College 2013 women's soccer team, the team's 10 returning lettermen don't have that issue under first-year head coach Reggie Rivas.
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