2017 PCC Football News

  • Football's 24 Takeaways Lead Nation's Community Colleges
    October 14, 2017
    Through six games and going into today's action with no game scheduled this week, the Pasadena City College football team led the state and the nation in takeaways--turnovers created via interception and fumble--with 24.
  • For 3rd Time, PCC's Lozano Earns SCFA Special Teams Player of Week
    October 10, 2017
    Pasadena City College football sophomore Enrique Lozano has been matching school kicking records the past few weeks, and his performance during the team's 58-22 win over West LA gave him his third selection this season as the SCFA Metro League Special Teams Player of the Week.
  • Football Scores Most Ever At Robinson Stadium, Routs WLAC, 58-22
    October 07, 2017
    Down 14-0 to visiting West Los Angeles College midway through the first quarter, the Pasadena City College football team mounted one of the great scoring runs in school history Saturday night. The Lancers scored 58 consecutive points on eight touchdowns and a safety before the bewildered Wildcats finally answered for the game's final TD in the fourth quarter.
  • Football's Muhammad Named SCFA Metro Player of Week
    October 04, 2017
    Pasadena City College football team sophomore cornerback/returner Yusef Muhammad was named SCFA Metro League Special Teams Player of the Week for week No. 5 as his accomplishments helped the Lancers win their league opener over Compton, 30-20, on Sept. 30.
  • All Areas Excel As Football Wins Metro Opener At Compton
    September 30, 2017
    The Pasadena City College football team executed in a variety of ways in winning its SCFA Metro League opener Saturday night, defeating host Compton College, 30-20. The Lancers improved to 2-3 and joined Santa Ana and West Los Angeles as the early leaders in the Metro title race, all at 1-0.
  • Football's Ah-Hing, Lozano Named Week 4 SCFA Metro Top Players
    September 26, 2017
    Pasadena City College football team freshman quarterback Isaia Ah-Hing and letterman kicker-punter Enrique Lozano were named SCFA Metro League Players of the Week for week No. 4. The pair helped the Lancers rally to defeat Southwestern, 38-34, on Saturday for PCC's first win of the season.
  • Football Has Ah-Hing Moment--4th String QB Leads Last-Minute Comeback, 38-34
    September 23, 2017
    After using three different starting quarterbacks in its first three losses, the Pasadena City College football team turned to its fourth QB in four weeks in Isaia Ah-Hing. The freshman from Rosemead High isn't likely to be passed up again by the coaching staff after leading the Lancers to a 38-34 come-from-behind victory over Southwestern Saturday at Robinson Stadium. The win snapped the program's 5-game losing streak dating back to last year.
  • Football Stages Rally, But Hancock Holds On, 37-26
    September 16, 2017
    After trailing by as much as 20 points late in the first half, the Pasadena City College football team rallied to cut it to 30-26 early in the fourth quarter of its SCFA non-league game at Allan Hancock College. The Lancers though couldn't finish the comeback as the Bulldogs sealed a 37-26 home win on a 30-yard touchdown interception return by Mystikal Wilson with two minutes left.
  • Football Sweeps SCFA Metro Top Player Awards For Week 2
    September 12, 2017
    Saturday's loss at San Bernardino Valley College didn't stop the Pasadena City College football team from sweeping the three SCFA Players of the Week awards for the Metro League. Transfer wide receiver Stevie Williams won Top Offensive Player, letterman plackicker-punter Enrique Lozano Top Special Teams and freshman cornerback Albert Louis was named Top Defensive Player.
  • Costly Turnovers Send Football To 33-26 Loss At SBVC
    September 09, 2017
    The Pasadena City College football team can look back at some huge turnovers that ruined a strong overall performance in a 33-26, SFCA non-conference loss at San Bernardino Valley College Saturday night. The Lancers dropped to 0-2.
  • Football Defense Has Ups And Downs In 52-17 Opening Loss To LBCC
    September 02, 2017
    The Pasadena City College football team's defense forced six turnovers against pre-season state No. 7-ranked Long Beach City College. But the Vikings never let up on offense and dominated the final three quarters in a season-opening, 52-17 SCFA non-conference victory at Robinson Stadium Saturday night.
  • PCC Football's Experienced Roster Could Reverse Losing Trend In 2017
    August 30, 2017
    You have to go back to 2008 for the last winning season by the Pasadena City College football team. It was also the last year that a Lancers team advanced to a postseason bowl game as they went 7-4 and won the Santa Barbara Tremblay Services Bowl title. As PCC enters its 93rd year on the gridiron, there is a renewed excitement in the air as the program opens the 2017 season against perennial state power Long Beach City College on Saturday, Sept. 2. Kickoff is 6 p.m. at on-campus Robinson Stadium. 
  • Mojarro Takes Over PCC Football Job For 2017
    August 08, 2017
    Pasadena City College has named Steven Mojarro interim head football coach, effective immediately. He replaces Tom Maher, who will continue his position as a tenured faculty member within the Kinesiology, Heath & Athletics Division.
  • PCC Football 2017 Schedule Announced
    June 20, 2017
    In the second year of a two-year cycle, the Pasadena City College football team will have an identical 10-game regular season, 2017 schedule that matches the 2016 opponents. However, the Lancers will now switch sites with all 10 colleges this year.