2023-24 Pasadena City College Men's Basketball News

  • PCC Great Michael Cooper Inducted Into Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame
    April 08, 2024
    Michael Cooper, considered the greatest men's basketball player in Pasadena City College history, was selected an inductee into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday. Cooper is the second PCC alumnus to be so honored following late head coach Jerry Tarkanian in 2013.
  • #2 San Diego City Too Much To Handle For #15 Men's Basketball
    March 03, 2024
    The #15 seed Pasadena City College men's basketball team used athleticism, hustle and the 3-point shot to beat teams during the 2023-2024 season. They met their match in #2 San Diego City College, a team with size, strong defense and its own brand of high energy as the Knights ended the Lancers postseason run, 87-69, on Saturday night.
  • SoCal Playoffs: #15 Men's Hoops Finally Overtake #18 LA Southwest
    February 29, 2024
    For 38 minutes, the #15 seeded Pasadena City College men's basketball team trailed #18 LA Southwest and kept the Lancers in catch-up mode during their SoCal Regional First Round matchup.
  • Men's Hoops Earn #15 Seed, Host #18 LASW; Watkins, Abdur-Rahmann Named All-SCC
    February 26, 2024
    With the news that sophomores Myles Watkins and Deen Abdur-Rahmann were selected to the All-South Coast Conference North Division First Team, the Pasadena City College men's basketball team grabbed the #15 seed for the start of the Southern California Regional Playoffs this week.
  • Men's Cagers Sink State #4 Mt. SAC At The Line
    February 17, 2024
    The Pasadena City College men's basketball team was near perfect at the free throw line on Friday night. Making a remarkable 24 of 25 attempts, including its first 22 attempts, the unranked Lancers used the 96 percent accuracy at the stripe to knock off state #4-ranked Mt. San Antonio, 83-76.
  • Raining 3s At HP Gym As Men's Basketball Posts Season High In Points
    February 08, 2024
    While there was pouring rain outside Wednesday night, it was raining as well inside Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. Raining 3-pointers that is. The state #25-ranked Pasadena City College men's basketball team registered a season-high 18 baskets from 3-point range and also reached a season high in points to knock off Rio Hondo by a 97-86 count,
  • Deep Bench Strategy Rallies State #25 Men's Hoops
    February 03, 2024
    After losing a tough contest for first place currently in the South Coast Conference North Division at Mt. San Antonio College on Wednesday, the Pasadena City College men's basketball team figured it would have a much easier time v. Los Angeles City, a 4-17 team sitting at the bottom of the standings on Friday night.
  • Men's Cagers Run Win Streak To 6, Defeat LA Trade-Tech
    January 27, 2024
    The Pasadena CIty College men's basketball team rattled off its sixth consecutive victory, 79-67, over visiting Los Angeles Trade-Tech on Friday and improved to 2-0 in the South Coast Conference North Division.
  • Men's Basketball Finally Ends ELAC Dominance
    January 25, 2024
    The Pasadena City College men's basketball team put an end to multiple extended win streaks held by East Los Angeles College, beating the Huskies, 86-74, in the South Coast Conference North Division opener for both squads on Wednesday night at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
  • Long-Range Shooting Sparking Men's Basketball
    January 20, 2024
    When the Pasadena City College men's basketball team opened the 2023-2024 season, the Lancers felt their 3-point shooting could be an important cog among their offensive weapons. But PCC started poorly at 1-4 in November as the team  couldn't find much rhythym from long range.
  • Chenorhavorian Steps Up In Men's Hoops Win Over LA Harbor
    January 18, 2024
    Sophomore guard Shant Chenorhavorian scored his season high of 22 points and also led his squad with eight rebounds and eight assists as the Pasadena City College men's basketball team won its fourth in five games in defeating host Los Angeles Harbor, 78-67, on Wednesday night.
  • Men's Basketball Says Good Knight LA Southwest In Victory
    January 13, 2024
    The Pasadena City College men's basketball team has auditioned for a sixth man off the bench who can deliver secondary scoring. The Lancers may have found their man in freshman long-range shooter Barry Knight, who poured in a season-high 20 points as PCC downed short-handed, state #23-ranked Los Angeles Southwest, 82-63, on Friday night.
  • Men's Hoops Enjoying SCC Crossover Play
    January 11, 2024
    Last season, the Pasadena City College men's basketball team finished 5-1 in crossover contests against the South Division of the South Coast Conference. So far, the Lancers are 2-1 in such games, including Wednesday's 77-53 rout at El Camino College. It was the Lancers largest margin of victory in their eight wins during the 2023-24 campaign.
  • Men's Basketball Place 2nd At Santa Rosa Tournament
    December 18, 2023
    The Pasadena City College men's basketball team had a 5-game win streak snapped as Yuba edged the Lancers, 61-59, in the championship game of the 47th Santa Rosa Junior College Kris Kringle Tournament on Saturday.
  • Men's Cagers Win AVC Gregg Anderson Tourney
    December 06, 2023
    The Pasadena City College men's basketball team recovered from a 1-4 start to the '23-24 season by winning three straight games to capture the Antelope Valley Gregg Anderson Memorial Tournament title Dec. 1-3.
  • Preview: Men's Basketball Looking To Build On Last Season's Success
    November 06, 2023
    Last season as the new head coach of men's basketball at Pasadena CIty College, Ryan Frazer did things that hadn't been accomplished at PCC in a long time. Frazer turned around a program that had won one game the previous season and got the Lancers within a minute of making it to the 3C2A State Championship Final Eight, only to lose a late lead and the game to to San Bernardino Valley in the SoCal Regional Finals.
  • PCC Men's Basketball Alum Larry Pounds Honored With Painting In Finland
    October 10, 2023
    Larry Pounds, #9 on the Pasadena City College men's basketball all-time scoring list, went on to be drafted in the NBA by the Golden State Warriors. The 1973 alumnus would take his talents to Finland and become one of the greatest players in that country's history. This week, the City of Kotka honored him by unveiling a painting of Pounds in his playing days for KTP-Basket.