Pasadena City College 2017 Women's Soccer News

  • Women's Soccer Breaks Scoreless String, Ties LBCC, 1-1
    October 17, 2017
    After three straight shutout losses, the Pasadena City College women's soccer team finally netted a goal as the Lancers earned a 1-1 tie Tuesday against Long Beach City College in a South Coast Conference crossover game at Robinson Stadium.
  • Women's Soccer Stuck In Offensive Slump
    October 10, 2017
    When the Pasadena City College women's soccer team opened the season with a school-record 6-match winning streak, the team scored at a rate of nearly three goals a game. After the first round of South Coast Conference North Division games, the Lancers are struggling to score...period.
  • Women's Soccer Gains Tie, But ELAC, SCC North A Problem
    October 03, 2017
    After the best start in PCC women's soccer history with six straight victories, the Pasadena City College women's soccer team has hit a rough patch. The Lancers saw a 7-match undefeated string (6-0-1) ended in their South Coast Conference North Division opener Sept. 29 when they were beaten by Chaffey, 3-0. On Tuesday, PCC worked hard to earn a 1-1 tie against East Los Angeles, but it continued a tough stretch of games dating back to last year in divisional play.
  • Women's Soccer 6-Match Win Streak Stopped In 1-1 Tie v. AVC
    September 22, 2017
    The Pasadena City College women's soccer team was limited in its scoring opportunities and settled for a 1-1 tie v. Antelope Valley Friday, snapping the team's 6-match win streak to start the 2017 season. Despite the deadlock, the Lancers are still undefeated and has a chance to match the school's best 8-game unbeaten streak next week. PCC went 4-0-4 to open the 2007 season and were 5-0-3 to end the 2012 regular season.
  • Women's Soccer Remains Perfect At 6-0
    September 20, 2017
    The year 2017 will go down as the best start in Pasadena City College women's soccer history following the Lancers' 5-0 blanking of host Cerro Coso College on Tuesday. PCC is undefeated and untied at 6-0 and is just one of four teams in the state that don't have a loss or tie.
  • Twitchell's Natural Hat Trick Gives Women's Soccer 5th Straight Win
    September 13, 2017
    Chloe Twitchell scored the natural hat trick, three consecutive goals by a player without interruption by an opponent's goal, as the Pasadena City College women's soccer team won its fifth straight game, 4-1, at Glendale College Tuesday night. The win streak matches that of the 2001 Lancers team.
  • Late Goal Keeps Women's Soccer Win Streak Going At 4
    September 10, 2017
    After 90 minutes of play and entering the second minute of stoppage time, it appeared the Pasadena City College women's soccer team's win streak was about to end. Instead, Brianna Aguilar sent a kick into the goalie box and Chloe Twitchell headed in the game's only goal in a 1-0 Lancers victory at San Diego City College Friday.
  • A 3-0 Start For Women's Soccer, First Time In 16 Years
    September 07, 2017
    Most of the current Pasadena City College women's soccer team roster were toddlers the last time a Lancers team started a season with three straight wins. On Thursday, PCC edged host Palomar, 2-1, and in the process matched the 3-0 season start of the 2001 team.
  • Women's Soccer Best Start In 9 Years
    August 29, 2017
    When the Pasadena City College women's soccer team won its season opener against West Los Angeles Aug. 25, it was the first time since head coach Reggie Rivas arrived at PCC as an assistant in 2011 that the Lancers won their first match. On Tuesday evening, PCC dominated Glendale, 2-0, and it marked the first 2-0 start by a PCC team in nine years. Both victories were at Robinson Stadium.
  • Turnaround Year Expected For PCC Women's Soccer
    August 25, 2017
    No one took the pains of the 2016 season harder than Pasadena City College women's soccer head coach Reggie Rivas. Injuries, offensive deficiencies, and goaltending issues resulted in a down year for the Lancers as they won just three times in 21 matches. Rivas and his assistant coaching staff spent the off-season identifying the team's needs and are excited about the prospects for the 2017 season.