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Men’s basketball loses to Cuesta

The Brahma defense had no answer for the Cuesta College Cougars’ 3-point shot in a loss. After losing in overtime to the Cougars last month 75-70, Pierce was unable to be competitive their second time around in a 80-65 defeat at home on Wednesday night. “I think it was just one of those days where […]

Men’s basketball wins first home game of the season in OT

Men’s basketball wins first home game of the season in OT

For the first time this year, the men’s basketball team gave its home crowd something to cheer about against their divisional rival, the Santa Barbara Vaqueros. Coming into the game winless at home (0-3), the Brahmas needed an extra quarter to get a first victory at home with a 79-69 winning performance on Wednesday night. […]

Volleyball served

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team’s season came to an unexpected second place finish last weekend after being swept by the Cabrillo College Seahawks in final match of the CCCAA State Championship. The team was served its second loss of the season (25-21, 25-23, 25-20, 25-17) on Sunday, Dec. 6 at College of the Canyons. […]

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The Pierce women’s basketball team hosted Oxnard College in its second home game of the season. Pierce guard Nichelae Henderson goes up for a three point shot in the second half of the game. It banks off of the rim and goes in the basket. It felt wrong to see the home team score a […]

Soccer finished the season strong

Soccer finished the season strong

Women’s soccer added a 10th Western State Conference – North championship to finish its season with a (13-2-6) record, but fell short of adding its first state title since 2003. The Brahmas played the Los Angeles Valley College Monarchs in the first round of playoffs on Nov. 21 and won 3-0. Pierce faced Moorpark College […]

Ball is life

Ball is life

Hard work really does payoff for 20-year-old basketball player Kaelan Hicks. Hicks did not officially play basketball until his freshman year in high school, and has worked his way up to grabbing attention from universities across the nation. Hicks started playing basketball in Oak Park High school where he started on the freshman team and […]

Brothers on and off the field

Brothers on and off the field

Under the Saturday night lights at a Pierce College football game you may see the versatile and competitive Kanteman brothers making plays on both sides of the field.     The Simi Valley brothers, 21-year-old Trevor and 19-year-old Tanner, have been around the gridiron since the seventh grade and are now, finally, competing on the […]

Condors soar for the win

Despite a resurgence in the second half, Pierce was not able to erase the point gap and fell to the Oxnard Condors at home.   The Brahmas lost to Oxnard with a final score of 59-33.   Oxnard’s defense kept Pierce’s offense confined to a pure perimeter styled game. The Brahmas swung the ball from […]

Women’s volleyball on course for state title

Behind a good defensive effort and an even stronger offensive game, the Pierce College Brahmas beat the Mira Costa Spartans in three sets and advanced to the third round of the regional playoffs.   The No.2 seeded Pierce College women’s volleyball team faced off against the No. 7 seeded Mira Costa College on Saturday night […]

Soccer’s season ended by Moorpark

The Brahma offense was shut-down in a season-ending defeat at home against the team’s divisional opponent, Moorpark Raiders in the second round of the Southern California Regional Playoffs, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015.   After a strong regular season, in which the Brahmas (13-1-6) finished first in the Western State Conference – North, the team’s dreams […]

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