For the Pasadena City College men's track and field team, the various accomplishments of the regular season didn't parlay as well at the CCCAA State Championship meet May 18-19 at College of San Mateo. The Lancers settled for a tie for 22nd place out of 38 colleges who scored points after scoring fifth at the SoCal Championships.
Omhunique Browne completed her own triple crown Saturday by becoming the first Pasadena City College women's track and field athlete to win two state titles at the CCCAA State Championships held at College of San Mateo. Browne's feat of winning the 100- and 200-meter state sprinting golds follows her wins in each event at both the South Coast Conference and Southern California Championships.
The Pasadena City College men's track and field team didn't win an event at the Southern California Championships Saturday, but what they did do is earn the respect of the region once again in placing fifth overall.
Pasadena City College women's track and field sprinter Omhunique Browne is determined to be the best in the state in the 100- and 200-meter dashes and is one step away after her sterling performances at the Southern California Championships held Saturday at Antelope Valley College. Browne won the 100 and 200 titles in helping the Lancers finish a school best-ever sixth place in SoCal.
Pasadena City College freshman sprinter Omhunique Browne was named the South Coast Conference Women's Track Athlete of the Year and SCC Women's Running Athlete of the Meet for her performance at the conference championships meet. The honors were part of the conference awards selected by head coaches last week.
The Pasadena City College men's and women's track and field teams positioned themselves with their performances Saturday at the Southern California Prelims meet held at Antelope Valley College. The SoCal Championships will take place at AVC next Saturday, May 11.
For the first time in 12 years, the Pasadena City College women's track and field team finished as high as third place at the South Coast Conference Championships. The Lancers performed the feat in the combined SCC Prelims and Finals meets that took place April 23 and April 26 at Mt. San Antonio College.
The Pasadena City College men's track and field team may have only matched last year's third place finish at the South Coast Conference Prelims/Championships, but the reality is that the 2013 team has greatly improved in the sprint events.
Pasadena City College men's track and field thrower Caleb Wood won his second straight South Coast Conference title in the javelin event Tuesday, winning with a throw of 184 feet, 2 inches at the SCC Prelims Meet held at Mt. San Antonio College.
The Pasadena City College men's and women's track and field teams participate in the South Coast Conference Prelims Tuesday, April 23 at Mt. San Antonio College. The SCC Finals then take place at the Walnut campus' Hilmer Lodge Stadium on Friday, April 26.
Pasadena City College men's track and field runner Kevin Cano rallied from way back in the field to win the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the 55th Mt. San Antonio Relays held April 13 in Walnut. Cano, a sophomore, posted his personal best time of 9 minutes, 37.4 seconds to place him sixth on the state list.
The Pasadena City College women's track and field team is in preparation mode for the upcoming South Coast Conference Championships. The Lancers are among the state leaders in a slew of events and expect to be a force in the 4x100 meter relay. At the Cal State Los Angeles Invitational April 5-6, PCC won the event with a season-best 47.60 mark, good enough for No. 5 currently among state community colleges.
Pasadena City College men's track and field sprinter Christian White picked the perfect time for his best race of the season Saturday. White, a freshman from Laurel High in Maryland, put on his best impression of the "Roadrunner," and posted the state's best mark this year in the 400 meters, a 47.44 seconds time at the 70th Pasadena Games held at Robinson Stadium.
Omhunique Browne continued her impressive season as one of the state's top sprinters during the 70th Pasadena Games on Saturday. And while her stock is rising, another Pasadena City College women's track and field star emerged over the weekend in hurdler Sophia Amodia.
Pasadena City College's Robinson Stadium is the site once again for the 70th Pasadena Games, a multi-level track and field event featuring college, top high school, and exhibition pro races, on Thursday-Friday, March 22-23.
The Pasadena City College men's and women's track and field teams continue to improve their standing in many events after competing in a pair of meets on March 15 and March 16.
Omhunique Browne is fittingly unique in women's track and field history at Pasadena City College. While the Lancers have had some seen throwers, jumpers and middle distance runners excel over the years, PCC hasn't really cultivated a truly great sprinter. That is until this season in Browne, a freshman from San Marino High, who is setting her sights on some big sprint prizes by May.
Pasadena City College women's track frosh sprinter Omhunique Brown raced the second fastest 200 meters time in the state this season with her 24.36 seconds mark at the UNLV Invitational held March 1-2 in Las Vegas.
With the luxury of racing on its home Robinson Stadium track, the Pasadena City College women's track and field team recorded the second fastest times in the state this year in two relays during the Pasadena Relays held Feb. 22.
Led by an impressive first place by the 4x400 meter relay squad, the Pasadena City College men's track and field team won five events and took first place in the team scoring at the Pasadena Relays held Feb. 22 at Robinson Stadium.
At the sparsely attended Cerritos College Invitational Feb. 15-16, the Pasadena City College men's and women's track and field teams continued to show depth and strength in many areas, evidenced by the 10 event wins turned in by the men's team and five first-place finishes by the women's squad.
The Pasadena City College track and field program hosts the Pasadena Relays Friday, Feb. 22 at Robinson Stadium. Meet director is PCC track and field head coach Larry Wade. The relay events begin at 3 p.m. and run throughout the evening.
For most teams, one track and field meet certainly doesn't define a season. But the results of one meet can often dictate the course of a season. The 2013 Pasadena City College women's track and field established itself as a conference and state contender with its showing Friday at the Mt. SAC Season Opener meet held at Mt. San Antonio College.
After being named the South Coast Conference Field Athlete of the Year last season, sophomore thrower Caleb Wood is trying to make an encore. Wood began the 2013 Pasadena City College men's track and field season Friday by winning two events at the Mt. SAC Season Opener meet held at Mt. San Antonio College.
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