Armand Crespo, the school's long-time cross country head coach, was selected to direct the Pasadena City College men's and women's track and field teams for the 2014-2015 school year, effective immediately. Crespo is now head coach for four of the PCC's 16 intercollegiate athletics program.
Pasadena City College women's sophomore Breanna Clark gave it her all in the 400 meters Saturday at the CCCAA State Track and Field Championships but her efforts came up short in her quest for a state title. Clark took the lead at the 100 meter mark and held the lead for most of the race, but as the field caught up to her in the final 25 meters, she stumbled and could not finish.
Pasadena City College sophomore Breanna Clark raced a new 2014 state fastest time in the women's 400 meters in becoming regional champion at the Southern California Track and Field Championships held Saturday at Riverside City College.
Pasadena City College sophomore Breanna Clark qualified as the top seed in the 200 meters and No. 2 in the 400 meters with her performance at the Southern California Track and Field Prelims meet held May 3 at Riverside City College.
Leading the state this year in the event, Pasadena City College sophomore sprinter Breanna Clark became a conference individual champion in the 400 meters race Friday at the 2014 South Coast Conference Finals meet held at Long Beach City College.
The Pasadena City College women's track and field team could continue its recent string of individual state champions with the emergence of sprinter Breanna Clark. The sophomore ran the state's fastest time this year in the 400 meters, winning the event at the Mt. SAC Relays with a 55.33 seconds mark on Saturday.
Last year, Pasadena City College women's track and field runner Christina Shamirian missed out on qualifying for the CCCAA State Championships despite finishing in eighth place in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the Southern California finals meet. This year, the sophomore is determined to reach state and her steeplechase victory on her home track Friday during the 71st Pasadena Games was a step in that direction. College-only events took place all day at Robinson Stadium.
Breanna Clark won the 400-meter race and was third in the 200 meters for the Pasadena City College women's track and field team at the Redlands University Invitational on March 21.
Pasadena City College's Robinson Stadium is the site again for the 71st edition of The Pasadena Games, a multi-level track and field event featuring college and top high school athletes on Friday-Saturday, March 28-29.
Sophomore sprinter Breanna Clark ran the state's current fourth fastest time in the 400 meters Friday in the best showing by the Pasadena City College women's track and field team at the annual Occidental College Distance Carnival.
Sophomore women's athlete Yvette Bastidas placed in the top 8 in three throwing events at the Cal State Los Angeles Invitational meet to highlight the Pasadena City College track and field teams performance March 7-8.
Breanna Clark raced a 12.40 seconds time to win the 100 meters to highlight the Pasadena City College women's track and field team's season opener at Saturday's rain-shortened Cerritos Invitational meet. A sophomore, Clark was a repeat winner in the 100, winning last year's Cerritos meet in 12.42 seconds.
Pasadena City College women's track and field sprinter Omhunique Browne earned a bronze medal representing St. Kitts and Nevis at the 2013 Pan Am Junior Championships held in Medellin, Columbia August 23-25.
Pasadena City College's Larry Wade was honored as State Women's Track and Field Coach of the Year after a 2013 season that saw his team place ninth at the state meet and a school best ever sixth at the SoCal finals. He guided freshman Lancer Omhunique Browne in becoming a double state champion as the nation's No. 1 sprinter in both the 100 and 200 meter dashes.