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Growing with experience

While our campus undergoes a methodical transformation, it's only fitting that the Brahmas' baseball team has followed suit. Last year's team saw four players drafted by Major League ball clubs: Dan Berlind (Minnesota Twins), David Fonseca (Milwaukee Brewers), Dan Heller (Baltimore Orioles) and Travis Turek (Cleveland Indians).

Young baseball team deserves another look

While our campus undergoes a methodical transformation, it's only fitting that the Brahmas' baseball team has followed suit. Last year's team saw four players drafted by Major League ball clubs: Dan Berlind (Minnesota Twins), David Fonseca (Milwaukee Brewers), Dan Heller (Baltimore Orioles) and Travis Turek (Cleveland Indians).

Late game catch-up doesn’t save Brahmas

Trailing by as many as 12 runs early in the March 20 game, the Pierce College baseball team battled back the San Bernardino Valley College Wolverines, but lost 16-12. The game marks the end of the Western State Conference spring break tournament, which resulted in three losses - of three games played - for the Brahmas.

Electrifying education

Nestled in the confines of the Pierce College Village, the electronics program is yet another display of academic achievement found on campus. Emboldened by a recent departure from the decades-old bungalows, the program's professors strive to provide students with the opportunity to succeed in the constantly changing field of electronics.

Electronics program sparks futures

Nestled in the confines of the Pierce College Village, the electronics program is yet another display of academic achievement found on campus. Emboldened by a recent departure from the decades-old bungalows, the program's professors strive to provide students with the opportunity to succeed in the constantly changing field of electronics.

Baseball 3-5 in standings at week’s end:

The Brahmas battled the Renegades of Bakersfield College Thursday, with the game ending 9-6 in favor of the Renegades. Pierce College is now 3-4 across their last seven games, which date back to Feb. 21. "We left it all on the field today and unfortunately we didn't play well enough to win," said Joe Arnold, head coach of the Brahmas.

Is the goal to simply win at any cost?

Recall the age-old adage: Nice guys finish last. While true to a point, recent history would indicate that this saying is no longer quite accurate. Nowadays, your run-of-the-mill average Joe finds his or herself trailing the ever- increasing line of ruthless competitors.

Brahmas bested by Renegades

Baseball returned to Pierce College on Thursday as the Brahmas battled the Renegades of Bakersfield College, with the game ending 9-6 in favor of the Renegades. Pierce is now 3-4 across their last seven games, which date back to Feb. 21. "We left it all on the field today and unfortunately we didn't play well enough to win," said Joe Arnold, head coach of the Brahmas.

Cheating an unholy route to victory

Recall the age-old adage: Nice guys finish last. While true to a point, recent history would indicate that this saying is no longer quite accurate. Nowadays, you're run-of-the-mill average Joe finds his or herself trailing the ever- increasing line of ruthless competitors.

Academic Senate discusses budget cuts

The Pierce College Academic Senate met on Feb. 11 to address a lengthy agenda, primarily concerning the school's budget. The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) supported Proposition 92, an initiative that stood to financially benefit all nine LACCD campuses.

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