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Gridiron inspires player’s passion

Gridiron inspires player’s passion

A football player’s job is to practice everyday and present their skills on the field. For 21-year-old sophomore running back Rob Fowlkes, his job is not only to play football, but also handle the adversity that comes from his mom having cancer. Fowlkes and his family first heard the news when he was 18 years […]

Sports update: Big day for the Brahmas

The women’s volleyball team won the Sixth Annual Pierce College Brahma Invitational on Sept. 26, at Pierce College. The Brahmas defeated Bakersfield College in four sets, taking the first two (25-12, 25-13). The team lost the third set (25-27) but went on to win the fourth set (25-10) advancing to the finals. In the finals […]

Women’s volleyball advances

Number one seeded Brahmas defeat number eight seeded Rio Hondo College in three straight sets (25-21, 25-22, 25-16) on Sept. 25, at the sixth annual Pierce College Brahma Invitational. The Brahmas move on to the next round and will face the number four seed Bakersfield tomorrow Sept. 26, at 1:30pm. *Check back for full story*

The love for soccer

The love for soccer

When playing a sports for the first time as a child, sometimes you ask yourself if you want to keep playing it or not. Maybe you want to try other sports or you don’t want to play any sports at all.   Freshman forward, Makayla Nichols defines herself as a passionate soccer player and now […]

Behind the plate

Behind the plate

An explosive smack crackles through the air as catcher Tyler Eastman, 20, traps a speeding fastball in his well-worn glove. From the catcher’s box he tosses the ball back before returning to a low crouch. Releasing a short measured breath Eastman concentrates on the next pitch. The start of the 2015 fall semester marks Eastman’s […]

Women’s soccer strikes twice against Citrus College

The Pierce College women’s soccer team (2-0-2) continued their undefeated streak with a 2-0 win against the Citrus College Owls (2-2-0) on Friday Sept. 18, at The Pit. The Brahmas came into the game ranked fourth in the regional RPI rankings which measures strength of schedule and seventh in the state coaches poll which consists […]

Pierce football opens the season with a win

Pierce football opens the season with a win

The Pierce College Brahmas opened the season with a win against College of the Desert Roadrunners at John Shepard Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 12. Desert scored first, but Pierce rallied to win the game 30-10. New head coach Jason Sabolic encouraged his players to keep their heads up, even after the tough start the team finished the first half […]

Playoff rematch sees new outcome

The Pierce College soccer team tied the San Diego Miramar Jets at Pierce College on Sept. 15.   The Brahmas and Jets kept each other scoreless through 93 minutes of play. The last time Pierce played the Jets was in San Diego in the playoffs and the Jets eliminated the Brahmas with a final score […]

Brahmas end in a draw

The Pierce College women’s’ soccer team took the field to face Cerritos on Friday Sept 11. Before kickoff a moment of silence was held in remembrance of the attacks of 9/11. The flag was only half way to remember what occurred 14 years ago. Both coaches were living the game with absolute intensity. The game […]

Women’s volleyball defeats Glendale

Women’s volleyball defeats Glendale

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team cranked up the heat on Saturday Sept. 5 as the team defended its winning streak against rivals Glendale Community College.   The Brahmas won all three sets (25-8, 25-14, 25-20) making this the team’s sixth consecutive win of the season. The Vaqueros rallied in the third set, but the […]

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