September 12-13 Saddleback Tournament v Southwestern 9-1 W v Ventura 10-3 W v Grossmont 7-3 L
v Ventura 11-4 W
September 17 Cerritos (away) 12-4 W
September 19-20 Chaffey Tournament v San Diego Mesa 7-4 L
v Cypress 9-5 W
v Riverside 9-3 L
v East LA 14-2 W
September 24 Long Beach (away) 7-2 W
October 1 El Camino (away) 14-4 W
October 3-4 San Diego Mesa Tournament v Miramar 11-3 W
v Southwestern 15-5 W
v Grossmont 8-6 W
v Citrus 9-2 W
October 8 Pasadena (home) 17-3 W
October 15 Mt SAC (home)
October 17-18 Citrus Tournament
October 22 LA Trade Tech (away)
October 24-25 Long Beach Tournament
October 29 Rio Hondo (home)
October 29 East LA (home)
November 6-8 South Coast Conference Championships
LADIES REMAIN UNDEFEATED IN CONFERENCE (10/9/14) The ladies hosted Pasadena City College yesterday, defeating the Lancers 17-3. Salena Zapata led the Panthers with four goals. Erika Obdam added three goals. Audrey Poet, Ruby Zarate, Allison Bartosik, Joslyn Cuevas, Heather Barba, Briana Chavarria, and Kaitlyn Brown added to the tally. Angel Duran had 10 saves in the cage. The ladies continue their quest for a South Coast Conference championship Wednesday at home, taking on the only other undefeated team, Mt SAC, at 3 pm.
PANTHERS CAPTURE MESA TOURNEY CHAMPIONSHIP (10/7/14) The ladies defeated teams from Miramar, Grossmont, Citrus and Southwestern last weekend to capture the San Diego Mesa Tournament Championship and improve their record to 11-3. Salena Zapata led the Lady Panthers with 14 goals across 4 games. Grace Holligsworth added seven. Paulson, Bartosik, Barba, Zarate, Tritt, Chavarria, and Poet all scored for the Panther squad. Angel Duran had an impressive 55 saves, holding off four teams to capture the tournament championship. The ladies take on Pasadena tomorrow afternoon at home in continued South Coast Conference action.
LADY PANTHERS DEFEAT EL CAMINO BY 10 (10/2/14) The ladies continue to dominate the conference season with a win over El Camino 14-4. Audrey Poet and Salena Zapata led the Panther offense with three goals each. Grace Hollingsworth added two. Ruby Zarate, Joslyn Cuevas, Heather Barba, Briana Chavarria, Erika Obdam, and Kaitlyn Brown each added one goal. Angel Duran defended the goal with 7 saves. The ladies remain undefeated in the South Coast Conference and will resume conference play next Wednesday against Pasadena City College. This weekend, the ladies travel to San Diego Mesa for tournament play.
PANTHERS REMAIN UNDEFEATED IN CONFERENCE (9/25/14) The ladies took on Long Beach yesterday, defeating the Vikings 7-2 to remain undefeated in South Coast Conference play. Salena Zapata led the Lady Panthers with 5 goals. Allison Bartosik and Heather Barba added one each. Angel Duran had 16 saves to hold the Vikings to two goals. The ladies take on El Camino on October 1st in continued conference action.
LADY PANTHERS 2-2 AT CHAFFEY TOURNAMENT (9/22/14) The ladies hosted the 12 th Annual Chaffey Tournament last weekend - hosting teams from Riverside, Cypress, San Diego Mesa, Fresno, Cerritos, Ventura, and East LA. On day one, the Panthers defeated Cypress 9-5 before falling to San Diego Mesa 7-4. On day two, the ladies fell to RCC 9-3 and defeated ELAC 14-2. Angel Duran had an impressive 42 saves across the 4 games, including 19 against RCC. Salena Zapata led the Panther offense with 8 goals in 4 games. The ladies take on Long Beach Wednesday.
LADIES 1-0 IN SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE PLAY (9/18/14) The Lady Panthers opened the 2013 conference season with a 12-4 win over Cerritos. Heather Barba and Erika Obdam led the Panthers with 3 goals each. Grace Hollingsworth (2), Salenda Zapata (2), Ruby Zarate, and Taylor Paulson added to the win. Angel Duran defended the goal with 10 saves. The team hosts the 12th Annual Chaffey Tournament this weekend.
LADIES OPEN 2014 SEASON WITH 3RD PLACE FINISH AT SADDLEBACK (9/15/14)
The ladies opened the 2014 season last weekend with a 3-1 finish at the Saddleback Tournament, capturing the 3rd place position. Friday, the team defeated Southwestern (9-1) and Ventura 10-3). On Saturday, the ladies fell to Grossmont (7-3) before meeting up with Ventura again to battle for 3rd place. Against Ventura, the Lady Panthers dominated the pool for the 2nd time in 24 hours, sending the Pirates off with an 11-4 loss.