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Bulls get an ‘A’

Bulls get an ‘A’

  His office and presence screamed baseball. He represented his team with a Pierce College baseball hat and jacket. He represented baseball with a frame that formed an American flag, bats as stripes and baseballs as stars. He’s a coach and a family man that has been married to Eden Picketts for 22 years and […]

Baseball wins in another walk-off

The Pierce College baseball team extended its win streak to four games after a victory against Ventura College on Tuesday, March 2 at Joe Kelly Field. Pierce beat Ventura College 6-2 on Saturday, Feb. 28 at Ventura. The Bulls won with a walk off single in the tenth inning to defeat Ventura 3-2. “I think […]

Player of the week: Matt Rowe (Feb. 22 – Mar. 1)

Player of the week: Matt Rowe (Feb. 22 – Mar. 1)

How do you feel about being named POTW? “It was really cool. I didn’t think that I would be getting it to be honest, but I’ve never had something like this before so it’s really cool.” What do you think about the baseball team’s success over the last week? / How did the team make […]

Men’s basketball loses second round of playoffs

The Pierce College men’s basketball season ended after the Brahmas lost in the second round of the playoffs against Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, Calif. on Saturday, Feb. 28. Despite the disappointment, the Brahmas still felt a sense of accomplishment after the 78-52 loss. “Making it this far was a great accomplishment, especially with all […]

Volleyball’s ‘energy just wasn’t there’

Volleyball’s ‘energy just wasn’t there’

The Pierce College men’s volleyball team started out on fire, but that fire fizzled and the Brahmas couldn’t secure the win against Santa Barbara City College on Friday, Feb. 27 at home. The Brahmas were in agreement that a loss of energy was the reason they lost to the Vaqueros in four sets. (25-20, 27-25, […]

Tennis continues to struggle

Tennis continues to struggle

The Pierce College tennis team continued its struggles on the court and lost its fifth game of the season at home against Ventura College on Thursday, Feb. 26. Pierce was defeated 8-1 with the only support for the Brahmas coming from Manish Kumar, who won the lone match. It was a battle between Kumar and […]

Bulls beat Bulldogs in back-to-back games

The Pierce College baseball team won two games in a row against Allan Hancock College, defeating them at Hancock and at home. Before facing Hancock in back-to-back games, Pierce lost its second game 9-4 against Moorpark College at Moorpark on Saturday, Feb. 21. In the first of two games against Hancock, Pierce sophomore right-handed pitcher […]

Men’s basketball wins first round of playoffs

Men’s basketball wins first round of playoffs

In a playoff-defining game, the Pierce College men’s basketball team played neck-and-neck the entire time and beat Bakersfield College in overtime at home on Wednesday, Feb. 25. The Brahmas were crowned co-champions of the Western State North Conference, sharing the title with Cuesta College and Allan Hancock College. In a first round buy-in game, Pierce […]

Tennis plays better in singles

The Pierce College tennis team struggled to play in partners losing against Bakersfield College on Tuesday, Feb. 24 at home. The Brahmas have now lost four out of five matches on the season. Its only win of the season came against Cypress College on Friday, Feb. 20. Pierce won the match 8-1. In the match […]

Men’s basketball crowned co-champions

The Pierce College men’s basketball team crowned themselves co-champions of the Western State North Division on Saturday, Feb. 21, defeating Santa Barbara Community College for the second time. In both games against Santa Barbara the Brahmas scored double or more than the Vaqueros, winning 85-40 to share the crown. The win leaves the Brahmas with […]

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