Sandi Iverson
Sandi Iverson
Year: 1979-2006
Sports Played: Head Softball Coach
Induction Year: 2018

In the history of Pasadena City College athletics, no coach has won more games in any sport than softball coach Sandi Iverson.

In a 27-year career at PCC, Iverson directed her Lancers teams to 562 victories. She was the architect of six conference titles, including three times performing them in back-to-back seasons in 1980-81, 1985-86 and 1990-91. In 10 other years, her teams finished in second place.

Her Lancers squads made the SoCal Regional Playoffs in 15 of her final 16 seasons in charge. Fourteen times she recorded 20-plus win seasons.

In 1985, she was named the William Russell JC National Coach of the Year. Four times she was selected Region Coach of the Year and nine times was a conference Coach of the Year. In 2001, she earned the NCFA Coaching Staff of the Year award. Upon on her retirement in 2007, Iverson received the prestigious PCC Risser Outstanding Teacher Award. In 2010, Sandi was inducted into the State’s Fastpitch Coach Association Hall of Fame.

Kim Maxwell, Chris Zboril, Jennifer Fish, Gina Punaro, and Sarah Sherman are all Lancers players who played for Iverson now also enshrined into the PCC Sports Hall of Fame.