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2016 Season Results

September 7
East LA (away)
17-6 W

September 14
Pasadena (away)
8-4 W

September 16-17
Riverside Tournament
v Riverside 16-2 L
v Hancock 11-5 L
v Ventura 19-5 L
v Golden West 14-4 L

September 28
Cerritos (home)
3 pm

Sept 30 - Oct 1
San Diego Mesa Tournament

October 3
Rio Hondo (home)
3 pm

October 5
Mt SAC (away)
3 pm

October 12
Long Beach (home)
3 pm

October 14-15
Citrus Tournament

October 19
LA Trade Tech (home)
3 pm

October 21-22
Long Beach Tournament

October 26
El Camino (away)
3 pm

November 3 & 5
South Coast Conference Championships
Pasadena




2015 Women's Water Polo team
PANTHERS STRUGGLE AT RIVERSIDE TOURNEY (9/19/16)
The ladies traveled over the weekend to Riverside for the Annual RCC Tournament, falling to host RCC, Ventura, Allan Hancock and Golden West. The team has a conference bye Wednesday and resumes play on the 28th hosting Cerritos.
Willow Brown PANTHERS EARN CONFERENCE WIN OVER PCC (9/15/16)
The Lady Panthers took on Pasadena yesterday, defeating the Lancers 8-4. Willow Brow earned three points, while Kenya McClinton added two. Lily Kredel, Alessa Lessard, and Quinn Lafoka scored 1 each. Sara Lotgering gave up 4 and had 3 safes. The Panthers travel to RCC this weekend for the highly competitive Riverside Tournament.
Willow Brown PANTHERS OPEN CONFERENCE SEASON WITH WIN AGAINST ELAC (9/8/16)
The ladies opened the 2016 season with a conference game against East LA College, defeating the Huskies 17-6. Willow Brown lead the Panthers with 4 goals followed by Alessa Lessard with 3. Sara Lotgering had 8 saves, Brooke Godinho 4. The team continues conference play at Pasadena Wednesday.
LADY PANTHERS CLOSE SEASON WITH 1-2 SHOWING AT CHAMPIONSHIPS (11/9/15)
The ladies closed out the 2015 season Saturday at Cerritos going 1-2 at the South Coast Conference Championships. After falling to SCC Champions Long Beach City College 11-1, the ladies went on to beat East LA for the third time this season. The 16-5 win propelled the ladies on to one more game against Cerritos with the Panthers calling by one goal to the Falcons.
Ruby Zarate PANTHERS ON FIRE AT PASADENA (11/2/15)
The ladies scores 36 points Friday at the Pasadena Mini Tourney, defeating East LA and Santa Monica. Ruby Zarate and Raeann Lopez each scored six while Ashely Bennett and Angel Duran had five each. The ladies compete at the SCC Championships this weekend.
Raeann Lopez LADY PANTHERS 2-2 AT LONG BEACH TOURNEY
With losses to to Cypress and Pasadena and wins over Southwestern and Rio Hondo, the Lady Panthers left Long Beach with a 2-2 tournament finish. Sophomore goalie Angel Duran had 42 saves on the weekend. Raeann Lopez led the offense with 10 goals throughout the tournament.
Angel Duran PANTHERS FALL TO MT SAC (10/22/15)
The ladies hosted Mt SAC yesterday, falling 14-2 to the Mounties in conference play. Angel Duran (who leads the conference in blocks per game) defended the goal with 12 saves. Raeann Lopez and Ashley Bennett scored for the Panthers. The ladies play at Long Beach this weekend.
Raeann Lopez
PANTHERS SUFFER FIRST CONFERENCE LOSS (10/15/15)
The ladies were on the road yesterday, suffering their first 2015 conference loss at the hands of Long Beach City (12-2). Raeann Lopez and Paola Marquez scored for the squad, while Angel Duran attempted to hold off the Vikings with 9 saves. The squad has a week-long bread before hosting Mt SAC next Wednesday.
Ruby Zarfate LADIES REMAIN UNDEFEATED IN CONFERENCE (10/13/15)
The Lady panthers hosted East LA College yesterday, defeating the Huskies 13-5, Ruby Zarate and Ashley Bennett led the offense with four goals each. Sarah Wuertz added 2, while Grace Hollingsworth, McKenna Bowles, Lindsey Badder, and Kenya McClinton contributed 1 each to the win. Angel Duran had 5 saves, Brooke Godinho six. The team travels to Long Beach Wednesday for continued conference play.
Angel Duran PANTHERS 2-2 AT VENTURA TOURNEY (10/12/15)
The ladies defeated Santa Monica before falling to Ventura Friday. Saturday, the team defeated Cypress with 12 seconds on the clock and fell to Fullerton. Sophomore goalie Angel Duran had 45 saves on the weekend. Grace Hollingsworth led the offense with 6 goals across the 4 game series. The team takes on East LA today at home.
Grace Hollingsworth
LADIES UNDEFEATED IN SOUTH COAST WITH HUGE WIN OVER CERRITOS (10/8/15)
The Lady Panthers continue to dominate their South Coast Conference competition, defeating Cerritos 10-6 yesterday. Grace Hollingsworth scored 3 goals and 1 assist to lead the Panther offense. Angel Duran racked up an impressive 15 saves, holding the Falcons scoreless in the 2nd half of play. The ladies travel to the Ventura Tournament this weekend.
Samantha Sanchez PANTHERS 2-2 AT MESA (10/5/15)
The team took on host San Diego Mesa, Grossmont, Southwestern, and Sierra colleges last weekend at the Mesa Tourney, going 2-2 on the weekend. Angel Duran had a combined 33 saves over the 4 games with Brooke Godinho adding relief with 18. Grace Hollingsworth, Ruby Zarate, and Samantha Sanchez led the weekend scoring tally, with Sanchez getting 5 goals against Southwestern. The team continues conference play Wednesday at Cerritos.
PANTHERS BEAT RIO TO REMAIN UNDEFEATED IN CONFERENCE (10/1/15)
The ladies defeated Rio Hondo yesterday 18-6 to remain undefeated in the South Coast Conference. Tournament action continues this weekend at the San Diego Mesa Tournament.
Ruby Zarate PANTHERS REMAIN UNDEFEATED IN CONFERENCE (9/24/15)
The Lady Panthers hosted El Camino, defeating the Warriors 15-1. Ruby Zarate led the Panther offense with 3 goals, followed by Haley Osborn, Paola Marquez, and Samantha Sanchez with 2 each. Angel Duran had 2 saves and Brooke Godinho had 5. The ladies take on Rio Hondo next Wednesday..
Raeann Lopez PANTHERS 1-3 AT HOME TOURNEY (9/21/15)
The Lady Panthers hosted the 13th Annual Panther Tournament last weekend, falling to San Diego Mesa, Ventura, and Cypress (in overtime). The team had a huge win over ELAC 15-4. The ladies host El Camino Wednesday in South Coast Conference action.
Grace Hollingsworth PANTHERS OPEN SEASON WITH BIG WIN OVER PCC (9/17/15)
The ladies hosted Pasadena City College yesterday, defeating the Lancers 14-3. Returners Grace Hollingsworth and Ruby Zarate led the Panthers with four goals each. Haley Osborn, Raeann Lopez, and Ashley Bennett add two each. Angel Duran had four saves. The team hosts the 13th Annual Panther Tournament this weekend.


   


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