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New Zealand native coaches Pierce rugby club

Few people understand the fulfillment of teaching youth. Phil Grieve, head coach of the rugby club, values every moment he can use the game of rugby to inspire and influence his players. Even though Los Angeles community colleges are not eligible for intramural sports, Grieve treats his rugby team like a traditional college team. He […]

Player of the week: Austin Peters (March 23 – March 29)

Player of the week: Austin Peters (March 23 – March 29)

Austin Peters is a 19-year-old right-handed pitcher for the Pierce College baseball team. Peters pitched a complete game in Friday’s win against Allan Hancock College and allowed only two runs on seven hits.   How does it feel being named Player of the Week? “It’s an honor, it’s never happened to me before.” How was […]

Former NFL player becomes new offensive coordinator

Former NFL player becomes new offensive coordinator

Getting drafted by an NFL team is a long shot, even more so if a player doesn’t come from a major university. But there’s a new coach at Pierce College who knows exactly what it’s like to go from a small school to playing on Sundays. Matthew Hatchette graduated from Langston University, a Division II […]

Tennis loses final match of season

A lack of belief led the Pierce College tennis team to lose it’s final match of the season and end the season with only two wins. The team faced Orange Coast College on Thursday, March 26 at Pierce College and fell 1-8. Brahma freshman Artiom Dimitriev won the only singles match against the Pirates’ top […]

Player of the week: Anthony Stepanov (March 16 – March 22)

Player of the week: Anthony Stepanov (March 16 – March 22)

  Anthony Stepanov, 21, is an outside hitter / opposite for the Pierce College men’s volleyball team and is majoring in kinesiology. He has been playing volleyball since his freshman year of high school. Stepanov had 10 kills , 11 total attacks and 11.5 points in last Wednesday’s game against Los Angeles Trade Tech College. […]

Women’s volleyball coach takes his team to the sand

Women’s volleyball coach takes his team to the sand

  Eight time Western State Conference (South) coach of the year Nabil Mardini is one of the most respected coaches in the volleyball community. Recently Mardini has started Pierce College’s first women’s sand volleyball team. The team is currently considered a sport club on campus, but Mardini’s goal is for the club to become a […]

Tennis team loses fourth consecutive match

The Pierce College tennis team was defeated by San Diego Mesa College in a faceoff where Pierce only won one of the nine matchups on Tuesday, March 24 at Pierce College. In a 1-8 loss, the team extended its streak to four, the most consecutive matches the Brahmas have lost all season. The only match […]

Kenyan native brings his rugby skills to L.A.

Kenyan native brings his rugby skills to L.A.

  For many Southern Californians, rugby is a new sport. But for Kenyan native Paul Maingi, it is business as usual. The 19-year-old Pierce College freshman moved to the United States with his family in November 2013 from Nairobi, Kenya to pursue his athletic and educational goals. He is currently enrolled in his first semester […]

Condors beat Bulls 10th straight time

Condors beat Bulls 10th straight time

    Despite impressive pitching performances, the Pierce College baseball team extended a losing streak that dates back to April 2013, to 10 games against Oxnard College at home on Saturday, March 21. The Bulls faced the Condors in Oxnard on Thursday, March 19 and lost 3-2. Home field advantage didn’t help the Pierce offense […]

Brahmas lose to second place Warriors

Brahmas lose to second place Warriors

    In a loud and hard-fought game against El Camino College, the Pierce College men’s volleyball team came up short and lost at home on Friday, March 20. Although the Brahmas won the first set, that would be the only time they would hold a lead in the game over the Warriors. Pierce went […]

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