Edino Steele
Edino Steele
Year: 2006-2007
Sports Played: Track and Field
Induction Year: 2018

Edino Steele made Pasadena City College track and field history by becoming the first Lancer to win four gold medals at the CCCAA State Championships in 2007.

Named Athlete of the State Meet, Steele won the 200-meters dash, the 400 meters, and helped PCC capture the 4x100 and 4x400 state relay titles. He also accomplished that feat at the ’07 Southern California Championships. He holds the PCC school record in the 200 at 20.37 seconds.

Initially, Steele had helped PCC win the ‘07 state team championship, only to see the title vacated amid controversy over an ineligible Lancers teammate. He was named the PCC Men’s Athlete of the Year for the 2006-07 sports season.

Steele was later a member of the 2012 Jamaican Olympic Team, serving as a relays reserve at the London Summer Games. Edino twice was a silver medalist as part of the 4x400 relay squad at the World Championships in 2008 and 2013.