Michael Watkins/ Courier Anthony Jimenez (11) of Pasadena City College gets around Angel Cardenas (13) to chip in Pasadenas only goal during the Lancers 3-1 loss on the road at LA Mission College on Tuesday September 19, 2017. After three unbeaten games, the men’s soccer team suffered its first loss of the pre-season against L.A. Mission College 3-1. From the start of the match PCC looked to score, but far too often the players were giving up possession in the final third.
Michael Watkins/ Courier Kevin Deagueros of Pasadena City College attempts a tie breaking shot while being gaurded by Conor Daly of Oxnard college during Pasadenas 2-2 tie on the road on Tuesday, September 12, 2017. PCC and Oxnard College played to an entertaining 2-2 draw that saw the Lancers dominate the 1st half, and Oxnard dominate 2nd half. Lancers co-captain Pablo Buenrostro scored his second goal of the pre-season and the first goal of the match.
The Lancers visited an in-form Antelope Valley team (2-0) searching for a win after drawing their last match. PCC got the job done in style, scoring two second half goals and blanking their opponent with 4 key saves from goalkeeper Andrew Espinoza. The first goal came in the 48th minute when Yader Rodriguez netted a goal from 18 yards out, eluding AVC’s keeper in the process. Rodriguez now has 2 goals in 3 games.
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