On Monday, the visiting Pasadena City College baseball team went up against SoCal No. 4-rated Cerritos College, a team on a 10-game win streak and boasting the state's then best record at 17-2. The unranked Lancers battled for nine innings, then used Edward Manzo's 2-RBI double in the 10th frame to snap the Falcons' string in a 6-4, South Coast Conference victory.
State No. 13-ranked El Camino led the Pasadena City College baseball team, 5-1,with six outs to go Monday afternoon. The Lancers though rallied, tying it on a 2-RBI double by reserve rightfielder Frank Yokas and then stealing a 6-5 victory when Tony Shue launched a bases loaded, walk-off drive well down the left field line to end the South Coast Conference contest at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Field.
The Pasadena City College baseball team extended its win streak to a season-best three games in rallying to defeat Santa Barbara City College, 6-3, Wednesday at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Field. Winning pitcher Nathan Garkow struck out 10 batters over seven innings and returning All-South Coast Conference First Team hurler Race Gardner picked up the save with two shutout frames.
The Pasadena City College baseball pitching staff helped the Lancers go 3-1 on their road trip from Feb. 17-24. PCC's pitchers have allowed only one unearned run in the last 18 innings. While during 35 innings of their road swing, they gave up just 25 hits, six earned runs, and struck out 40 batters.
The Pasadena City College baseball team is scoring runs of late, but its heralded pitching staff has run into some struggles of late. The Lancers trailed 2-0 and 5-3, but rallied to take a 7-5 lead in the fourth inning Friday. Visiting Merced bolted back to regain the lead in the seventh and go on to down PCC, 11-9, at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Field.
The Pasadena City College baseball team is riding the right arm of redshirt freshman Gordon Ingebritson. The 5-foot-11 ace pitched his third win in three collegiate starts as the Lancers defeated Oxnard, 3-1, Thursday at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Field.
The Pasadena City College baseball team opened the month of February by splitting a pair of games the past few days against Western State Conference schools. The Lancers defeated host Los Angels Valley, 9-2, on Thursday, then were handed an 8-2 loss v. Ventura on Saturday at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Field.
Catcher Matt Orozco hit a walk-off, bases loaded single to right field, giving the Pasadena City College baseball team a come-from-behind, 5-4 victory over San Diego Mesa in 10 innings Tuesday afternoon at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Field.
The defending South Coast Conference champion Pasadena City College baseball team opened up the 2018 season with a command performance by freshman pitcher Gordon Ingebritson as he combined with two relievers to shut out West Los Angeles, 5-0, Friday afternoon at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Field.
If ever the statement "what are you going to do for an encore?" applied to a program, it would be the 2018 Pasadena City College baseball team. The '17 Lancers set historic contemporary marks for the program, including winning a conference title, making the postseason and winning a regional playoff series, winning 26 games, and setting several individual hitting highs. Even the head coach--Pat McGee--will try to follow up being named the South Coast Conference Coach of the Year for all men's sports.
All-South Coast Conference First Team pitcher Race Gardner, a letterman for the 2018 Pasadena City College baseball team, has committed to the University of Hawaii at Hilo on scholarship for his junior season in 2019.