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Swimmer stuns with 4.0 GPA

Swimmer stuns with 4.0 GPA

  For Brian Fedorov, keeping his grades up didn’t always come easy. In his coming-of-age story, Fedorov went from a high school student with decent grades to Pierce’s scholar-athlete of the year and MVP for two years running. The California native has been passionate about the hobby since he was in 10th grade. For six […]

Spring MVP, softball: Nicole Linderman

Spring MVP, softball: Nicole Linderman

  Linderman has 104.1 innings pitched this season. One offense she recorded 13 runs and 23 hits.  How does it feel to be named MVP for your team? It feels so surreal to be name MVP, it just shows that all the hard work that I put in came forward and I couldn’t be anymore […]

Spring MVP, swim: Cecilia Hansen

Spring MVP, swim: Cecilia Hansen

  Hansen broke the school record in the 200 yard breaststroke (2:30:59) and in the 400 yard individual medley (5:02:47), a time which qualified her for state.  How would you rate your performance this season? “I surprise myself on how I did this semester. I didn’t swim for almost two years when I went to […]

Spring MVP, men’s volleyball: Garrett Degrasse

Spring MVP, men’s volleyball: Garrett Degrasse

  Degrasse led his team in kills with 208 for the 2015 season. He averaged 3.6 points per set.  How does it feel to be named MVP of your team? “I feel honored and not was expecting this.” What do you think about your performance this season? “We were consistent, we worked well as a team.” What […]

Spring MVP, tennis: Manish Kumar

Spring MVP, tennis: Manish Kumar

  Kumar finished the season 11-1 in singles matches. He was the number one seat for most of the season and is planning to transfer.  What was your experience like for your first game in college? It was my first collegiate match against Mount San Antonio. I was really excited and it was my dream […]

Spring MVP, baseball: Christian Mercado

Spring MVP, baseball: Christian Mercado

  Mercado finished the season with 17 runs, 31 hits 17 RBIs and one home run, the only one for the baseball team’s 2015 season.  How does it feel to be named MVP of your team? “I didn’t even know I was selected as MVP. It’s a big honor, we had such a great team […]

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 […]

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