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Men’s basketball looks to improve season record

The Pierce College mens basketball team went on its first BYE of the season after defeating Allan Hancock College at Pierce on Wednesday, Jan. 21. The Brahmas will look to improve their 12-10 season record. After losing to San Bernandino Valley College 67-59 and Antelope Valley College 77-56 on Dec. 6 and 7 in the […]

Martinez out, Sabolic in as football team’s head coach

Pierce College Athletic Director Bob Lofrano announced Thursday, Dec. 18, that football head coach Efrain Martinez had been let go from his position. Lofrano met with some members of the team in the South Gym to inform them about Martinez and to announce who will be taking over the position. Offensive coordinator Jason Sabolic has […]

Soccer celebrates another successful season

Despite losing in the first round of the playoffs, the Pierce College soccer team had another successful season and celebrated it on Friday, Dec. 12 at BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse. The coaching was proud of the team and what they accomplished this season “What we were able to do this season was unbelievable, we fought […]

The servicemen of Pierce College

Since Pierce College first opened the athletics department, they’ve had deep ties with military services. From the Army to the Coast Guard, these men and women proudly represent America while wearing the Brahma red and black. With them they bring valor, discipline, and a sense of solidarity that only a soldier can bring. This football […]

Pierce offers athletic medical internship

Pierce offers athletic medical internship

For over 20 years Pierce athletic trainer Leonard Ramirez has been treating Brahma athletes. But Ramirez can’t do it on his own. With the athletic training internship program, students get hands on experience by learning how to ice, tape, wrap and treat athletes that have been injured in games. “When I first started out here […]

Bulls baseball season preview

Bulls baseball season preview

In its first post-season since 2011, the Pierce College baseball team advanced to the super regionals only to lose in the second game against Oxnard College in spring 2014. As they prepare for the spring 2015 season, the Bulls are ranked 16th on a pre-season poll by the California Community College Baseball Coaches Association. The […]

Brahma of the Semester: Paige Wolny

Brahma of the Semester: Paige Wolny

    Paige Wolny has been named female Brahma of the semester by the Roundup sports editors. During her season, Wolny was sixth in the state in goals with 26 and finished as the team’s leader in points. Her play allowed the Brahmas to finish second in the conference and put Pierce in the playoffs […]

Brahma of the Semester: Bryson Martinez

Brahma of the Semester: Bryson Martinez

Sophomore wide receiver Bryson Martinez, 20, had six touchdowns this season for the Pierce College football team. Martinez has received numerous offers and will be transferring to a D-I school after the fall 2014 semester. How do you feel about being named Brahma of the Semester? “It’s an honor. It’s an individual award, but it’s […]

Men’s basketball turns it up a notch

Defense was key in the Brahmas victory against Glendale College. They turned it up a notch in the second half and finished strong in the Antelope Valley Tournament. The Pierce College mens basketball team faced Glendale on Friday, Dec. 5 in a rematch from earlier in the season where Pierce won by seven points. In […]

Brown ineligible

Pierce College seven foot center Beau Brown has been declared academically ineligible after being one unit short of the 24 units needed to play according to Brahmas athletic director Bob Lofrano. “Beau is a good student and his grade point average is at a 2.8,” Lofrano said. “But when school ended last spring he only […]

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