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September 1, 2000
Colors: Navy blue, orange and white. Conference: Mission Conference, Central Division. 1999 record: Overall, 4-6; Conference, 2-3. Type of offense: Multiple-back packages. Type of defense: 4-3 defense. Head coach: Mike Taylor (second year, 4-6). Staff: Sean Ponder (running backs), Phil Cooper (quarterbacks), Junior Tagaloa (wide receivers and tight ends), Doug Smith (offensive line), Kurt Clemens (offensive line), Mike Mayne (inside linebackers)
SPORTS
September 1, 2006
Colors: Navy blue, orange and white. Conference: Mission, American Division. 2005 record : 6-5, 3-2 in the division. Type of offense: Multiple. Type of defense: Four-three. Head Coach: Mike Taylor (eighth, 29-43). Staff: Taylor (defensive coordinator); Doug Smith (offensive line); Scott Orloff (defensive coordinator, secondary); Matt Mitchell (offensive coordinator., quarterbacks); Steve Fullmer (running backs, special teams)
NEWS
November 2, 1999
Tony Altobelli For those of you that didn't make it to Saturday night's football game between Orange Coast College and Pasadena City, I have only one thing to say: "Neener neener neener!!!" This game had everything but a human sacrifice take place in its 60 minutes. Let's recap: nearly 1,000 yards of passing and rushing offense between the two schools, hard-hitting defense, late-game dramatics, and more penalties and ejections than a typical Red Wings-Avalanche NHL game.
NEWS
September 30, 2000
Tony Altobelli WALNUT - Another week, another nationally ranked opponent. For the second week in a row, the Orange Coast College football team gets to play against one of the top teams around, according to the J.C. Grid-Wire, with a nonconference battle at fourth-ranked Mt. San Antonio tonight at 6. "I'll be glad when this stretch of our season is over," Coach Mike Taylor said, referring three straight weeks against...
NEWS
November 1, 1999
Tony Altobelli PASADENA - Orange Coast College skipper Mike Taylor described his football team as a team that has to score 28 points a game to win. How right he was. On the eve of Halloween, the Pirates rose from the dead with two late touchdowns to shock Pasadena City, 29-26, in a game filled with more surprises than a haunted house. "It was a game where the last team standing would win," a relieved Taylor said. "It was a great effort on our part, with two teams slugging it out like two heavyweights.
NEWS
By: Barry Faulkner | September 24, 2005
The Orange Coast College football team will attempt to get back on the winning track tonight, when the Pirates visit Pasadena City College at 6. The Pirates (2-1) are coming off their first loss of the season, having dropped a 40-32 decision Saturday at Palomar. Pasadena (1-2) has suffered consecutive losses to Golden West (34-28 Saturday) and Santa Barbara (13-7 on Sept. 10). OCC defeated Santa Barbara, 11-0, in its opener. The Pirates will start sophomore Chad Schmigel at quarterback, hoping to gain some consistency with an offense that has struggled this fall.
NEWS
October 30, 1999
Tony Altobelli PASADENA - Orange Coast College continues its Orange Empire Conference Northern Division competition tonight at 7 at Pasadena City College. The Lancers are 4-2 overall, 0-1 in conference, including 3-0 at their new home, Lancer Stadium, while the Pirates, after winning their first two games, have dropped four straight, including the conference opener to Cerritos last week, 48-17. Despite the loss to the Falcons, the offensive stars for the Pirates still managed to put up some solid numbers against one of the toughest defenses in the Southland.
NEWS
October 6, 2001
Steve Virgen COSTA MESA - There are two seemingly painful facts for the Orange Coast College football team as it hosts Pasadena City tonight at 7. And only one fact the Pirates can change to favor them. Fact: The Bucs will be without defensive standouts Marvin Simmons (abdominal strain), Dan Stringer (elbow) and Travis Loidolt (torn anterior cruciate ligament) for the rest of the season. OCC Coach Mike Taylor said Simmons and Stringer qualify for medical redshirts and will return next season.
LOCAL
November 24, 2008
The Orange Coast College women’s volleyball team will open the Southern California Regional playoffs at home against Pasadena City College tonight at 7. The Pirates (18-4) are the No. 8 seed in the regionals, while the Lancers (16-6), tied for second in the South Coast Conference, are the No. 11 seed. The Pirates finished third in the Orange Empire Conference, winning five of their last six matches to do so, including solid triumphs over Cypress and Golden West College.
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SPORTS
September 1, 2006
Colors: Navy blue, orange and white. Conference: Mission, American Division. 2005 record : 6-5, 3-2 in the division. Type of offense: Multiple. Type of defense: Four-three. Head Coach: Mike Taylor (eighth, 29-43). Staff: Taylor (defensive coordinator); Doug Smith (offensive line); Scott Orloff (defensive coordinator, secondary); Matt Mitchell (offensive coordinator., quarterbacks); Steve Fullmer (running backs, special teams)
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NEWS
By: Barry Faulkner | September 24, 2005
The Orange Coast College football team will attempt to get back on the winning track tonight, when the Pirates visit Pasadena City College at 6. The Pirates (2-1) are coming off their first loss of the season, having dropped a 40-32 decision Saturday at Palomar. Pasadena (1-2) has suffered consecutive losses to Golden West (34-28 Saturday) and Santa Barbara (13-7 on Sept. 10). OCC defeated Santa Barbara, 11-0, in its opener. The Pirates will start sophomore Chad Schmigel at quarterback, hoping to gain some consistency with an offense that has struggled this fall.
NEWS
October 6, 2001
Steve Virgen COSTA MESA - There are two seemingly painful facts for the Orange Coast College football team as it hosts Pasadena City tonight at 7. And only one fact the Pirates can change to favor them. Fact: The Bucs will be without defensive standouts Marvin Simmons (abdominal strain), Dan Stringer (elbow) and Travis Loidolt (torn anterior cruciate ligament) for the rest of the season. OCC Coach Mike Taylor said Simmons and Stringer qualify for medical redshirts and will return next season.
NEWS
September 30, 2000
Tony Altobelli WALNUT - Another week, another nationally ranked opponent. For the second week in a row, the Orange Coast College football team gets to play against one of the top teams around, according to the J.C. Grid-Wire, with a nonconference battle at fourth-ranked Mt. San Antonio tonight at 6. "I'll be glad when this stretch of our season is over," Coach Mike Taylor said, referring three straight weeks against...
NEWS
September 1, 2000
Colors: Navy blue, orange and white. Conference: Mission Conference, Central Division. 1999 record: Overall, 4-6; Conference, 2-3. Type of offense: Multiple-back packages. Type of defense: 4-3 defense. Head coach: Mike Taylor (second year, 4-6). Staff: Sean Ponder (running backs), Phil Cooper (quarterbacks), Junior Tagaloa (wide receivers and tight ends), Doug Smith (offensive line), Kurt Clemens (offensive line), Mike Mayne (inside linebackers)
NEWS
November 2, 1999
Tony Altobelli For those of you that didn't make it to Saturday night's football game between Orange Coast College and Pasadena City, I have only one thing to say: "Neener neener neener!!!" This game had everything but a human sacrifice take place in its 60 minutes. Let's recap: nearly 1,000 yards of passing and rushing offense between the two schools, hard-hitting defense, late-game dramatics, and more penalties and ejections than a typical Red Wings-Avalanche NHL game.
NEWS
November 1, 1999
Tony Altobelli PASADENA - Orange Coast College skipper Mike Taylor described his football team as a team that has to score 28 points a game to win. How right he was. On the eve of Halloween, the Pirates rose from the dead with two late touchdowns to shock Pasadena City, 29-26, in a game filled with more surprises than a haunted house. "It was a game where the last team standing would win," a relieved Taylor said. "It was a great effort on our part, with two teams slugging it out like two heavyweights.
NEWS
October 30, 1999
Tony Altobelli PASADENA - Orange Coast College continues its Orange Empire Conference Northern Division competition tonight at 7 at Pasadena City College. The Lancers are 4-2 overall, 0-1 in conference, including 3-0 at their new home, Lancer Stadium, while the Pirates, after winning their first two games, have dropped four straight, including the conference opener to Cerritos last week, 48-17. Despite the loss to the Falcons, the offensive stars for the Pirates still managed to put up some solid numbers against one of the toughest defenses in the Southland.
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