|Women's Water Polo|
For the second consecutive season, Pasadena City College women's water polo players Makenzie Blank and Shelby Gregg were picked to the All-South Coast Conference First Team. Blank, a utility player, became the Lancers' all-time leading scorer with 168 goals while Gregg set the school record for most saves in one season this year with 279.
In a season of record setting performances, the Pasadena City College women's water polo team saved one more for its last 2012 match. Sophomore Shelby Gregg broke the school record for saves in a season with 279 during PCC's 7-5 overtime victory over El Camino Saturday. The win allowed the Lancers to overtake ECC for fifth place at the South Coast Conference Championship Tournament held Nov. 1 and 3 at Cerritos College.
The South Coast Conference water polo championships for both men and women has been moved to Cerritos College on Thursday, Nov. 1 through Saturday, Nov. 3. The event originally was to be hosted at the Pasadena City College Aquatic Center. Due to issues with the PCC pool's heating system, the conference decided to switch venues.
The Pasadena City College women's water polo team made it four wins in the last five games after rallying to defeat Santa Monica, 8-6, at the 10th Pasadena Mini Tournament held Friday at the Aquatic Center.
Tied 8-8 after three quarters, the Pasadena City College women's water polo team erupted for five goals in the fourth period to lift the Lancers to their third consecutive victory, 13-9, at Rio Hondo College Wednesday.
The Pasadena City College women's water polo team will host the 10th Pasadena Mini Tournament on Friday, October 26 at the Aquatic Center. This year's tourney will be a four-team affair with four overall matches, two involving the Lancers.
Freshman Marisa Rack set a new Pasadena City College women's water polo team single-game record by passing out seven assists in the Lancers' 15-10 victory over Saddleback at the Long Beach City College-hosted Battle at the Beach Tournament October 20.
The Pasadena City College women's water polo team finally reached the win column in South Coast Conference play in 2012 with a resounding 13-4 victory at Los Angeles Trade Tech. The Lancers improved to 5-13 overall and 1-5 in SCC games.
At the Citrus Tournament played October 12-13, the Pasadena City College women's water polo team continued its best-ever defensive season, but didn't get the desired results in finishing 1-3. PCC dropped to 4-13 overall despite averaging just 8.7 goals allowed per contest.
Despite a late comeback, the Pasadena City College women's water polo team lost an 8-7 decision against Citrus College Saturday that closed out the 12th Pasadena Bowl Tournament. The Lancers (3-9 overall) finished 1-3 at the tourney, held at the Aquatic Center.
The Pasadena City College women's water polo team appeared to be on its way to a sixth straight loss when it trailed 8-4 v. Southwestern College during the Lancers' second match Friday at the 12th Pasadena Bowl Tournament. But the Lancers found their offense, exploding for six goals in the fourth quarter and downing the Cougars, 10-8.
Sophomore Makenzie Blank scored her own career high of nine goals and in the process became Pasadena City College's all-time leading goal scorer in women's water polo during a 14-12 overtime loss at El Camino College Wednesday afternoon.
Makenzie Blank scored both of the Pasadena City College women's water polo team goals Wednesday in an 11-2, South Coast Conference loss to state No. 3-ranked Cerritos College. With the tallies, Blank tied PCC's all-time goals scoring record at 105 goals, matching the mark set in one season by Lybov Tchougounova in 2007.
Sophomore team captain Makenzie Blank scored five goals, lifting her past the 100-goal mark in her Pasadena City College women's water polo career, during the Lancers' 11-9, South Coast Conference defeat at Chaffey College Wednesday afternoon.
For years, the Pasadena City College women's water polo team has had to endure the short stick in its annual encounters with perennial state power Long Beach City College. But on Wednesday, the Lancers put a scare into the Vikings and showed why this 2012 team has postseason potential in a 7-6, South Coast Conference opening defeat at the Aquatic Center.
The Pasadena City College women's water polo team defeated host Saddleback, 14-8, and succombed in a hard-fought 11-7 loss to Palomar Sept. 8 in closing out the season-opening Saddleback Tournament with a 2-2 record.
The Pasadena City College women's water polo team opened the 2012 season Friday, splitting a pair of matches at the Saddleback Tournament. The Lancers lost the opener to Grossmont, 9-2, then used five goals from returning All-South Coast Conference selection Makenzie Blank in an 8-4 victory over Southwestern.
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