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Roadrunners can’t stop Brahmas

The Pierce College men’s basketball team won its second game in a row after defeating the College of the Desert Roadrunners 82-68 at Pierce on Saturday, Nov. 22. The Brahmas started off cold on offense, scoring only 8 points in the first seven minutes of the game. However, Pierce went on a 9-3 scoring run […]

Men’s basketball defeats Glendale at home

  The Pierce College men’s basketball team defeated the Glendale Vaqueros in its first home game of the season on Thursday, Nov. 20. The Vaqueros played a close game in the first half, until Brahma point guard JR Williams hit a three point shot that changed the tempo. The momentum gradually grew after a free […]

Women’s basketball preview

With no sophomores in sight for head coach Jim Couch, the Pierce College women’s basketball team will be filled with brand new faces as they enter the season. Since Brahmas shooting guard Nichela’e Henderson tore her ACL, Pierce is left with a young team that will need to grow up fast if they want to […]

Men’s basketball preview

Men’s basketball preview

    The Pierce College’s men’s basketball team looks to make a comeback after a paltry 2013-2014 campaign. The Brahmas were one of the worst defensively and couldn’t find an offensive rhythm until late in the season when they were out of playoff contention. The Game Plan: Offensively the Brahmas are going to be running […]

Owens mentors Brahma

Owens mentors Brahma

On a chilly Saturday night at Pierce College’s John Shepard Stadium, the game between the Brahmas and the Santa Monica College Corsairs was filled with football greatness on the sidelines. It was former wide receiver Terrell Owens, who was on hand to watch one of his disciples play the game that he dominated for decades. […]

Volleyball makes the playoffs

    The Pierce College women’s volleyball team dominated the last game of the season, defeating Moorpark College in four sets at Pierce College on Wednesday, Nov. 19. The Brahmas won 3-1, (25-21, 20-25, 25-20, 25-20) proving their control of the game through consistent kills and deliberate focus. The Brahmas led with 2 points 1:15 […]

Player of the week: Mayra Lopez (Nov. 17)

Player of the week: Mayra Lopez (Nov. 17)

  During the last week of the season Mayra Lopez scored two goals in two straight games as the Brahmas finished the season defeating Cuesta College at home 5-1 and Oxnard 3-0 on the road. Lopez had a strong second half, and is now one of the Brahmas’ primary scoring threats heading into the playoffs. […]

Football loses final game at home

Football loses final game at home

The Pierce College football team ended its season with a 68-34 loss to Santa Monica City College on Saturday, Nov. 15 at John Shepard Stadium. Pierce was first to put a score on the board with a touchdown by sophomore wide receiver Bryson Martinez about five minutes into the first quarter. The Santa Monica Corsairs […]

Soccer makes it to the playoffs

The Pierce College soccer team defeated Oxnard College in the last game of the regular season on Friday, Nov. 14. In the first half the Brahmas attacked for two goals against the Condors, and won the game 3-1. Freshman forward Mayra Lopez scored in the first six minutes with an assist by freshman leading goal […]

Volleyball does it again

The three time state champions have done it again. The Pierce College women’s volleyball team continued to stay strong and defeated Hancock College 3-0 on Friday, Nov. 14. The team kept a close game the entire time holding 25 points every set (25-13, 25-19, 25-18). The Brahma’s committed 33 errors but did well with blocking and […]

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