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Women’s volleyball advances to state final

The Brahmas are heading back to the state title game after beating the El Camino College Warriors on Saturday, Dec. 3. It took five sets for Pierce to win its semifinal matchup, taking the deciding set 15-10. They move on to Sunday’s state championship game against Fresno City College at 2 p.m. “We don’t know […]

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 […]

Vaqueros Conquer the Brahmas

The football team continued its losing streak with a loss against Santa Barbara College by a score of 51-10. “It was horrible, this is our seventh game losing streak and I guess everybody is getting use to losing so it’s pretty bad,” said running back Sterling Salguero. The small number of players this season may […]

Soccer review: Fall 2016

The soccer team saw their state championship dreams come to an end on Saturday, Nov. 19 against Ventura, but the coach and players are proud of the season outcome. Their overall record ended 14-4-3 and in conference 6-1-1, which gave them their 11th title in program history. As far as their record showed, away games […]

Women’s volleyball advance to the state championships

The No. 2 ranked Brahmas had the Rustlers from Golden West College seeing red Saturday, Nov. 26, as they took the second round regional playoff match in straight sets, moving on to the state championships. Golden West College, ranked No. 13 in the state and No. 7 in Southern California, came out to Ken Stanley […]

Pierce football lose to Antelope Valley

The final game of the Pierce football season summarized all of Pierce’s struggles and why the season ended at 1-9, 0-5. Like most of its games this season, Pierce was dominated in all phases of the match, leading to a blowout loss against Antelope Valley College, 64-3, in front of the the Brahmas’ home crowd. […]

Pierce athletes made of glass?

Research shows that there are at least seven common injuries among athletes, which could be minor or even end a career. The most common sports injuries are knee injuries, anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears, tennis elbow, shin splints, groin pulls, and sciatica and hamstring pulls, according to impactphysicalthearpy.com, unitypoint.org and nmortho.com Athletic Director Bob Lofrano […]

Staton’ like my teammates

Staton’ like my teammates

Philadelphia natives seem to flock to the Pierce College football team. Joshua Mathis, Jaelen Strong and Martin “Nico” Henry have all moved on to the university level and the next one in line is Isaiah Staton. These four athletes grew up in the same neighborhood, and the three preceding Staton suggested he follow in their […]

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