2018 Pasadena City College Men's Swim News

  • Men's AOTY Samuel Jo Headed To NCAA D-III Champ Denison University
    August 22, 2018
    Samuel Jo, the Pasadena City College Men's Athlete of the Year for 2017-2018, will continue his swimming career and education at NCAA Division III national champion Denison University (Ohio).
  • PCC Men Collect 15 All-American Swims
    May 29, 2018
    Pasadena City College was well-represented on the 2018 All-American men's swimming listings, earning 15 spots including 12 that were state top 5 marks.
  • School Records Part of PCC Men's Swimming 6th Place At State Meet
    May 07, 2018
    A year that started with a perfect 7-0 South Coast Conference dual record ended with a sixth place finish, the best ever under head coach Terry Stoddard, by the Pasadena City College men's swimming team at the 2018 CCCAA State Swimming and Diving Championships held May 3-5 at De Anza College.
  • Samuel Jo Repeats As SCC Swimmer of Year; Men's Team Settles For 3rd Place
    April 24, 2018
    It wasn't what the Pasadena City College men's swim team hoped for, but the Lancers found much to cheer about at the 2018 South Coast Conference Championships held April 19-21 at Mt. San Antonio College. After a perfect SCC dual meet season, the Lancers placed third at the conference finals, finishing behind winner Mt. San Antonio and second-place El Camino. PCC has never won the SCC team championship title.
  • Eight Men's Records Broken at 18th Pasadena Invitational Swim Meet
    April 12, 2018
    While the Pasadena City College men's swim team has had a wonderful run this season, the Lancers learned how competitive the opponent field is in the state at the 18th Pasadena Invitational April 5-7. PCC took fifth place for the second straight year while Orange Coast snapped Golden West's 3-year title streak here for the '18 team title.
  • PCC Men's Swim Wins First South Coast Dual Title
    April 01, 2018
    For the first time in its 32-year history in the South Coast Conference, the Pasadena City College men's swim team won the conference dual season title. The Lancers completed a perfect season at 7-0 in SCC duals on Friday in defeating host Cerritos College, 156-103, and LA Trade Tech, 204-47.
  • Men's Swim Still Perfect In SCC Duals At 5-0
    March 28, 2018
    With a dominating 13 event victories, the Pasadena City College men's swim team routed visiting Chaffey, 179-75, on March 30 to stay undefeated in South Coast Conference duals at 5-0. PCC is 6-1 overall.
  • Men's Swim On Top Of SCC Dual Standings, Win Marin Invite
    March 17, 2018
    This may be the year for the Pasadena City College men's swim team. Since joining the South Coast Conference in 1987, Lancers teams have never won the dual season title nor the SCC Championships. After sweeping Mt. San Antonio and host Rio Hondo on Friday, PCC is 4-0 to top the SCC dual standings.
  • Wilia Steps Up, Men's Swim Rains Wins To Open SCC Duals
    March 02, 2018
    Learning that two of his swimmers had to miss due to illness/injury just prior to the meet, Pasadena City College men's swim team head coach Terry Stoddard knew his Lancers had no margin for error Friday. During a steady rain, PCC came through with some key help by sophomore Jayson Wilia in opening the South Coast Conference dual season by recording wins over El Camino, 144-127, and Long Beach City College, 158-87.
  • Wang 5 Event Wins, PCC Men's Swim 2nd At Mt. SAC Invite
    February 26, 2018
    Buoyed by five event wins from freshman Ryan Wang, The Pasadena City College men's swim team took second place for its highest team finish ever at the annual Mt. San Antonio Invitational meet held Feb. 22-24. PCC totaled 571.5 points to place behind runaway winner Orange Coast (1,023.5) and ahead of the other 14 scoring colleges.
  • Men's Swim Targeting Big 2018 Goals
    February 16, 2018
    Last season, the Pasadena City College men's swim team made a return to the upper tier with a ninth place showing at the CCCAA State Championships. The Lancers featured the South Coast Conference Co-Swimmer of the Year in Samuel Jo and produced 11 All-American swims.