Scoreboard

No Event
Oct 09 2018
Final
2 LA Harbor
0 at Compton
Tartar Fútbol for a Cure
Oct 10 2018
Final
4 Long Beach
0 at West LA
Oct 10 2018
Final
2 Chaffey
12 at Mt. San Antonio
Oct 10 2018
Final
9 East Los Angeles
17 at El Camino
Oct 10 2018
Final
4 Rio Hondo
17 at Long Beach
Oct 10 2018
Final
7 Rio Hondo
21 at Long Beach
Oct 10 2018
Final - OT
10 Chaffey
11 at Mt. San Antonio
Oct 10 2018
Final
3 Pasadena City
0 at Rio Hondo
SCC North, 25-22, 25-19, 25-13
Oct 10 2018
Final
2 Chaffey
3 at East Los Angeles
SCC North, 25-22, 25-21, 17-25, 14-25, 18-16
Oct 10 2018
Final
3 Long Beach
0 at Cerritos
25-17, 27-25, 25-15
Oct 10 2018
Final
0 Mt. San Antonio
3 at Canyons
26-24, 25-20, 25-22
Oct 10 2018
Final
3 El Camino
0 at LA Harbor
SCC South, 25-12, 25-7, 25-23
Oct 12 2018
Cancelled
Pasadena City
at Citrus Tournament
PCC elected to not participate
Oct 12 2018
Final
8 Chaffey
12 vs. LA Valley
@ Citrus Citrus Tournament
Oct 12 2018
Final
1 El Camino
14 at Citrus
Citrus Tourney
Oct 12 2018
Final
15 Cerritos
0 vs. East Los Angeles
@ Citrus College Citrus Tournament (Game will also serve as a conference match)
Oct 12 2018
Final
7 El Camino
8 at Santa Monica
SMC Mini Tournament
Oct 12 2018
Final
13 Grossmont
18 vs. Long Beach
@ RCC Riverside Mini Invitational
Oct 12 2018
Final
9 Cerritos
8 vs. LA Valley
@ Citrus College Citrus Tournament
Oct 12 2018
Final
11 El Camino
14 vs. Fullerton
@ Santa Monica, CA Santa Monica Tournament
Oct 12 2018
Final
6 El Camino
19 vs. Chaffey
@ Citrus Citrus Tournament
Oct 12 2018
Final
6 Chaffey
1 at Compton
Oct 12 2018
Final
0 Pasadena City
3 at Long Beach
Oct 12 2018
Final
0 El Camino
3 at East Los Angeles
Oct 12 2018
Final
3 Long Beach
6 at Riverside
RIverside Mini Tournament
Oct 12 2018
Final
8 Long Beach
7 at Riverside
Oct 12 2018
Final
4 Cerritos
0 at Mt. San Antonio
Oct 12 2018
Final
7 Cerritos
16 at Cal Lutheran University
Oct 12 2018
Final
0 Pasadena City
2 at Long Beach
Oct 12 2018
Final
3 Chaffey
1 at Compton
Oct 12 2018
Final
1 Rio Hondo
1 at LA Harbor
Oct 12 2018
Final
0 Cerritos
3 at LA Harbor
25-20, 25-18, 25-15
Oct 12 2018
Final
0 LA Trade-Tech
3 at El Camino
SCC South, 25-7, 25-5, 25-9
Oct 12 2018
Final
1 East Los Angeles
3 at Mt. San Antonio
SCC North, 27-25, 25-21, 24-26, 25-12
Oct 12 2018
Final
2 Chaffey
3 at Pasadena City
SCC North, 34-36, 20-25, 25-23, 25-19, 15-9
Oct 12 2018
Final
4 Rio Hondo
1 at LA Harbor
Game ended in 65th minute (thunder)
Oct 12 2018
Final
1 Cerritos
0 at Mt. San Antonio
Oct 12 2018
Final
3 El Camino
2 at East Los Angeles
Oct 13 2018
Final
5 El Camino
19 at LA Valley
CITRUS TOURNEY
Oct 13 2018
Final
13 Cerritos
15 vs. American River
@ Citrus Citrus Tournament
Oct 13 2018
Final
7 Santa Monica
18 vs. Chaffey
@ Citrus Citrus Tournament
Oct 13 2018
Final
21 Saddleback
5 vs. Rio Hondo
@ Morro Bay HS Cuesta Invitational
Oct 13 2018
Final - OT
13 Cerritos
11 at Citrus
Citrus Tournament
Oct 13 2018
Final
9 Orange Coast
4 vs. Mt. San Antonio
@ Morro Bay HS, Morro Bay, CA Cuesta Tournament (Oct. 13-14)
Oct 13 2018
Final
1 Orange Coast
3 at El Camino
Oct 13 2018
Final
9 Chaffey
14 vs. Citrus
@ Citrus Citrus Tournament
Oct 13 2018
Final
8 Mt. San Antonio
0 vs. Cuesta
@ Cuesta
Oct 14 2018
Final
0 Mt. San Antonio
0 vs. Saddleback
@ CUESTA Cuesta Tournament (Oct. 13-14)
Oct 14 2018
Final
5 Ventura
12 vs. Mt. San Antonio
@ Cuesta Cuesta Tournament @ Morro Bay HS
Oct 17 2018
Postponed
East Los Angeles
at Pasadena City
TBA Rescheduled
No Event
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SCC Swimmers Earn 2018 Don MacKenzie Scholarships

Samuel Jo was one of two winners of the 2017-18 Don MacKenzie Scholarships.
Samuel Jo was one of two winners of the 2017-18 Don MacKenzie Scholarships.

Pasadena City College's Samuel Jo and El Camino College's Cindy Ngo, both swimmers for their respective schools, are the recipients of the 2017-2018 Don MacKenzie Memorial Scholarships. The two student-athletes receive $1,000 awards from the South Coast Conference.

The MacKenzie Scholarships go to sophomore student-athletes who exhibit strong academics and high performance on the field of play. In some cases, the student-athletes chosen are ones who also have overcome obstacles and involve themselves in community service. The awards honor the memory of MacKenzie, a long-time SCC commissioner from 1979-2004.

Jo is the first Pasadena athlete to win the award in nine years. Ngo is one of the three El Camino students who have won the award in the past two seasons alone. 

A two-time South Coast Conference Men's Swimmer of the Year, Jo won three state titles in his two seasons at PCC, including two straight years as the 100-yard backstroke champ. At the 2018 CCCAA State Meet, Jo smashed three Lancers school records in the 100, 200 backstroke and the team's 200 medley relay. He helped PCC win its first SCC dual meet title (perfect 7-0) and achieve its highest finish at state (sixth) since 1978. Recently, Jo was honored as the 2017-18 PCC Men's Athlete of the Year for all sports. A graduate from Loyola High, Jo earned a 3.44 GPA as a kinesiology major. He has performed community service as a volunteer at the Good Shepherd Shelter, which provides sanctuary for family members who suffered through domestic violence. At the shelter, Jo assisted children in helping with their reading and writing skills. He has also volunteered at Project Angel Food, preparing meals for those with critical illnesses.

Jo, who has aspirations to become a physician assistant, is currently deciding between several universities as he plans on continuing his education and swim career at a 4-year university. He swam under PCC head coach Terry Stoddard.

Ngo led the El Camino women's swim team as a 2-time conference champion in both the 50 and 100-yard freestyle events. She was a state silver medalist in the 50 free as a freshman. At the 2018 state meet, she earned three top 4 medals. An accomplished student with a 3.9 GPA, Ngo is a sociology major and is headed to UC San Diego where she will continue her swim career and education. Ngo has volunteered her time for Habitat for Humanity, helping with the building of homes for those in need. She is serving as a Los Angeles County Ocean Lifeguard, something she wants to pursue as a career. Before coming to El Camino, Ngo attended/graduated from West High in Torrance. She swam at ECC under head coach Corey Stanbury.

South Coast Conference student-athletes with the help of their athletic directors can apply later next season for the 2018-19 MacKenzie Scholarships at the link below:

http://southcoastconf.com/general/makenzie18.pdf