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Bulls reliever fulfills father’s childhood dream of playing baseball

Bulls reliever fulfills father’s childhood dream of playing baseball

A good closer in baseball takes over where the starter left off, hoping to complete a successful performance. Pablo Gonzalez has been doing that since he was a child, trying to complete his dads dream of becoming a professional player. Gonzalez, 21, a criminal justice major and a sophomore righty for the Pierce College baseball […]

Brothers who play together, stay together

Brothers who play together, stay together

    There’s no place like home plate for these two baseball players, who share their dreams on and off the field. Brothers Matt and Jason Rowe played together on the Pierce College baseball team this season for the first time since high school. Matt Rowe, 20, is a pitcher for the Bulls and Jason […]

Swim, dive teams season overview

Swim, dive teams season overview

    Story by: Zachary Groff, special to the Roundup The Pierce College women’s swim team season ended at the state championships on Saturday, May 2. The team finished the season 9-3 after winning 8 straight meets. Head coach Judi Terhar said the season was great. When asked about the team, Terhar said it was […]

Player of the week: Joe Moran (April 20 – April 26)

Player of the week: Joe Moran (April 20 – April 26)

  In his last season as a Pierce College Bull, sophomore center fielder Joe Moran had an on base percentage of .317 with five doubles and four triples. In the last game of the season, Moran went 1 for 4 but hit the game winning single in the bottom of the 10th inning to win […]

Water polo coach in search of swimmers

The spring semester is almost over which means fall 2015 sports at Pierce College are near. Women’s water polo head coach Moriah Van Norman said that anyone who can swim is welcome to join the team. Practices will begin in July. If you’re interested and want more information in regards to joining you can contact […]

Father and son bonded by baseball

Father and son bonded by baseball

  The father-son dynamic between Lenny and Adam Ramirez can be seen on and off the field. Lenny Ramirez has been an athletic trainer at Pierce College since 1991. Previously, he worked as a physical therapist in the Antelope Valley area. At Pierce, Lenny Ramirez stays active all year managing the health regimens of the […]

Former Pierce College receiver and safety head to the NFL via draft, free agency

Former Pierce College receiver and safety head to the NFL via draft, free agency

Two former Pierce College football players, originally from Philadelphia, are getting a crack at the NFL this season. Wide receiver Jaelen Strong was drafted no. 70 overall by the Houston Texans. Strong transferred from Pierce to Arizona State University in 2012. In March, ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. projected Strong to go no. 18 […]

Men’s volleyball player is the newest family member to extend family tradition

Men’s volleyball player is the newest family member to extend family tradition

For the Bender family, there are two time-honored traditions. Sports and Pierce College. Michael Bender is the newest family member to continue the tradition. Bender, a 19-year-old sophomore who plans to transfer to the University of California, Irvine as a criminal justice major, just finished his second year as a serving-specialist for the Pierce volleyball […]

Bulls pitcher is West Point-bound

Bulls pitcher is West Point-bound

  A “natural” in sports is someone who can pick up a baseball bat or a basketball and immediately be great. They make the most difficult plays look easy and they don’t break a sweat. Freshman pitcher Pierson Ro is a natural in two sports, but instead of seeing how far his skills on the […]

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