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The Brahmas were winless at Citrus College Tournament

The Pierce College women’s water polo team was unable to solve the aggressive defense of El Camino College on Friday, Oct. 17 during Pierce’s 11-2 loss against the Warriors. Coach Judi Terhar who took over head coaching duties in both games for Moriah Van Norman described the Warriors’ defense. “They had done their homework and […]

Cuesta can’t stop Bailey

The Pierce College women’s soccer team won its seventh game of the season on Friday, Oct. 17 against Cuesta College. The Brahmas defense didn’t allow the Cougars to score and defeated them 2-0. Brahmas forward and leading goal scorer Paige Wolny scored her 14th goal of the season in the first half, with an assist […]

Brahmas defeat Cougars in three sets

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team took control of the match winning three consecutive sets against Cuesta College on Wednesday, Oct. 15. The Brahmas won the three sets (25-21, 25-15, 25-20), defeating Cuesta in the third. “Throughout the match we played with a lot of poise,” coach Nabil Mardini said.  “We were in control the […]

Special Teams Duo

Special Teams Duo

Brahmas kicker Jamie Sutcliffe and long snapper Blake Word pose for a portrait at Shephard Stadium of Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif., on Oct., 9, 2014. Photo: Nicolas Heredia One of the last things people think or talk about with football is special teams. But these two players have managed to make a name […]

Women’s soccer team ties fifth game of the season

The Pierce College women’s soccer team tied its fifth game of the season against the Ventura College Pirates on Tuesday, Oct. 14. The game ended in a 1-1 tie with forward and leading scorer Paige Wolny making her 13th goal of the season. The Brahmas managed to score one goal on five shots, while the […]

Division I football transfer success

  Since 2010, Pierce College transferred 73 football players to 50 different Division I schools throughout the U.S. The 50 schools ranged from traditional national-powerhouses the University of Oklahoma (tight end Isaac Ijalana) and the University of Southern California (safety Gerald Bowman), to Pac-12 Conference contenders Arizona State University (wide receiver Jaelen Strong) and the […]

Comeback kid

Comeback kid

  For the Pierce College Brahmas it was another disappointing defeat. This season has seen some of its worst football in four years. But for one Pierce College player, the seemingly daily defeat is only a sour sidebar on what has been a road to redemption. For Donne Lobendahn, the 6’8, 340 lbs offensive lineman, […]

Brahmas drop fourth straight game

Brahmas drop fourth straight game

Pierce College Brahmas had another disappointing loss in their first ever game against the Orange Coast College Pirates on Saturday, Oct. 11 at Le Bard Stadium in Costa Mesa. The Pirates were quick to score first with a 13-yard touchdown only 13 minutes into the game. Wide receiver, Mark Munson scored both the Pirates’ first […]

Athletic eligibility rules increased

Athletic eligibility rules increased

Starting in July 2015 athletes will be held to a higher level of academic achievement. The California Community College Athletic Association has ruled that next summer, second year athletes will be required to complete 27 units and maintain a 2.0 GPA in order to be eligible to play sports. The CCCAA is the governing body […]

Win against mission excites women’s volleyball team

An intensifying home game, caused the walls to tremble from the cheers of the Pierce College women’s volleyball team after defeating Mission College on Friday, Oct. 10, in the fifth set (30-28, 21-25, 19-25, 25-19, 15-9). Pierce began the serve and Mission failed to score a point as Azeezat Anthonio and Alexandria Bowman blocked the […]

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