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Brahmas send Raiders home empty handed

The Brahmas move to 8-10 with a 92-87 victory against Moorpark College Wednesday despite blowing a 25 point lead in the second half. Led by Malik Johnson’s triple double (21 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists), Pierce’s hot shooting and intense interior defense laid the groundwork in the first half, heading into the locker room […]

Volleyball Review: the good and the bad

The women’s volleyball team came close to winning the state title but fell short after losing the championship game to the Fresno Rams in three straight sets. Coaches and players reflected on what the season allowed them to accomplish and what to look forward to in 2017. Middle Blocker Cairo Harrell said that the season […]

One school’s loss is another school’s gain

Athletic trainer Robert Horowitz did not always plan on pursuing his profession and says he reached it by accident. Horowitz began his studies in political science at Cal. State Northridge, but then he decided to take a course on prevention and care of athletic injuries. Little did he know it would change his life in […]

All-star Rosso strikes team interest

Dreams of playing as a professional athlete bud in the minds of youth. This freshman outside hitter started at a later age. Cassidy Rosso started playing in high school and values leadership, the will to win and the love of her teammates as the reasons she continues to play. Cassidy Rosso was named one of […]

Brahmas fall short of state title

The Brahmas fell to the Fresno City College Rams in straight sets at the state championship game 25-20, 25-23 and 26-24. This is the second consecutive year Pierce has lost in the title game. Pierce went up against a Rams team that had upset the No. 1 team in the state, Grossmont College, to get […]

Brahmas win after nail biter semifinal against El Camino

The Brahmas are heading back to the state title game for the second consecutive year with a victory over the El Camino College Warriors on Saturday, Dec. 3. Pierce needed all five sets to win its semifinal matchup. After the Brahmas took the first two sets the momentum shifted over to the Warriors. Assistant coach […]

Brahmas advance to the semifinals

Pierce College defeated Sierra College in straight sets earlier today in the third match of the California Community College Athletic Association’s (CCCAA) women’s volleyball state championships. The Brahmas won the first set 25-13, the second 25-11 and the last by a score of 25-20. Pierce’s offense was dominant throughout the game, picking apart the holes […]

Mitch’s Pitches: Relationsports

Let me pitch you something: there is a driving force stronger than physical capabilities that has a profound effect on an athlete’s performance. I’m talking about pure, authentic, emotions — love, baby.   And by love, I am not just talking about the intense intimacy of two souls in a romantic relationship. No, I am […]

Mitch’s Pitches: Sit yo flag down

Let me pitch you something: Colin Kaepernick and any other NFL player, can take a knee during the national anthem if they want — it is their First Amendment right as citizens of the United States. During the Baltimore riots in April, people were criticizing the people of Baltimore for their violent protests, calling for […]

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