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PCC Swimmer Givens Grabs Silver In State Women's 100 Freestyle

The Pasadena City College women's swim team didn't start out the 2016 CCCAA Swimming and Diving State Championships well, but the Lancers finished on a high note thanks to the speedy performances of freestyler Ariahn Givens. PCC placed 12th in the state meet held for the sixth straight year at East Los Angeles College's Swim Stadium May 5-7.


PCC's Givens, Echeverria Co-South Coast Conference Swimmers Of The Year

Although officially finishing in second place at the South Coast Conference Championships, the Pasadena City College women's swim team was a first in event victories, school feats, and awards at the 3-day meet held at Cerritos College April 21-23. 


Men Swim's Jimenez Wins 2 Events At SCC Finals

David Jimenez is king of the backstroke in the South Coast Conference after his two event wins highlighted the Pasadena City College men's swim team's performance at the conference championships held April 21-23 at Cerritos College.

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Givens Helps Women's Swim Lead SCC Finals, Day 1

The Pasadena City College women's team won four of the five events performed Thursday on Day 1 of the South Coast Conference Swim Championships held at Cerritos College. The Lancers led the team competition with 192 points, three ahead of SCC dual meet champion Mt. San Antonio during the SCC finals that continue Friday-Saturday, April 22-23.


Women's Swim Best-Ever 4th At 16th Pasadena Invitational

The 16th Pasadena Invitational continued the meet's traditon of bringing out the best in swimmers across the state as evidenced by the 27 meet records broken in the past two years of the event, including nine at this year's meet. The PCC women's team didn't set a record but it did perform its highest finish ever in its host event by taking fourth place out of 22 teams.


Women Swimming's Dual Meet Win Streak Stopped At 18

It came down to the final event, and that's how close it was for the Pasadena City College women's swim team Friday as the Lancers saw their South Coast Conference dual meet winning streak snapped at 18. PCC lost to Mt. San Antonio by the slimmest of margins, 138-136, as the Mounties also won the conference dual title over the defending champion Lancers. 


Women's Swim Capture 13 of 15 Events, Streak At 18 SCC Meets

The Pasadena City College women's swim team continued to show its depth and versatility Friday when the Lancers won 13 of a possible 15 events and extended their South Coast Conference dual meet winning streak to 18 dating back to 2014. PCC downed Cerritos, 156-121, and defeated Rio Hondo, 171-88, in a home double dual at the Aquatic Center.


Men's Swimming Wins 11 Events, 2-0 In SCC Double Dual

The Pasadena City College men's swim team is beginning to see improvement as evidenced by its best showing of the season in a South Coast Conference double dual meet held March 18 held at Chaffey College. The Lancers defeated host Chaffey, 150-97, and downed El Camino, 160-83. A PCC swimmer won in a season-best 11 out of the 15 events.


Women's Swim 3rd At NorCal Mariner Invitational

The Pasadena City College women's swim team placed third out of seven squads participating in the 11th Mariner Invitational meet held at College of Marin on March 12. The Lancers also lost to Diablo Valley, 89-71, in a dual meet at DVC on March 11 as part of PCC's annual trek to Northern California.

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Women's Swim Continues Dominant Run In SCC Dual Meets

The Pasadena City College women's swim team keeps coming up big in South Coast Conference dual meets. The Lancers extended their program win streak to 14 consecutive conference duals and have won 17 of their last 18 dating back to 2014 by sweeping a double dual against East Los Angeles and Long Beach City Colleges Friday at the Aquatic Center. 


Women's Swim 4th is SCC Tops At Mt. SAC Invitational

Sophomore Liza Echeverria won the 200-yard breaststroke event and helped the Pasadena City College women's swim team place fourth at the 17-team, Mt. San Antonio Invitational held Feb. 26-27.


PCC Season Opener: Women's Swimmers Could Be Force Again

After two of the greatest years in Pasadena City College women's swimming, the Lancers and head coach Terry Stoddard are wondering what they can do for an encore. In 2014-15, PCC went 15-1 in South Coast Conference dual meets and finished sixth and then a PCC best-ever fifth last year at the CCCAA State Championships. 

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