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Women’s volleyball beats first-place Santa Barbara

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team bounced back from last week’s straight-set loss at Moorpark College with a straight-set win on Wednesday, Oct. 29, at first-place Santa Barbara City College. The Brahmas won 3-0 (25-21, 25-22, 25-17) with aggressive, fundamental volleyball, head coach Nabil Mardini said. “The way we played was outstanding,” Mardini said. “We controlled the […]

Dunkelberger honors his grandmother

Dunkelberger honors his grandmother

    Originally from a small town outside of Redding, Pa., this football player comes from a tight-knit family that’s become even closer. Three weeks ago, Trey Dunkelberger lost his grandmother to a 14-year battle with breast cancer. Dunkelberger, a 20-year-old criminal justice major, plays tight end for Pierce College football. Out of high school, […]

Fowlkes keeps his faith

Fowlkes keeps his faith

  Pierce College freshman running back Robert Fowlkes’ was told his mother had a rare form of cancer in 2013. Fowlkes’ mother Loretha Henry, 49, is still alive, despite what doctors told her last year. “They said that my mother wouldn’t make it through the year [2013]. My mother definitely made it through the year,” […]

Time to take another approach

Time to take another approach

    Walking up to the sprinkled pink field you can’t miss the breast cancer awareness posters along the gate, pink balloons, pink hair ties in every players hair, pink streamers lining the tents, and the coach in a pink shirt. In the first cancer awareness game at Pierce College, Marissa Albano gave a speech dedicated […]

Cancer Awareness: Athletes share their cancer stories

College athletes’ lives are typically filled with classes, studying, practice, and workouts, which leaves little time for a life outside of sports. But for most athletes family comes first, especially during times of need. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and to some athletes it hits a little closer to home. Pierce College is home […]

Football continues to lose

Football continues to lose

    The Pierce College football team rallied late in the second half but couldn’t manage to beat Santa Barbara City College on Saturday, Oct. 25 at La Playa Stadium in Santa Barbara. Pierce was scoreless until the fourth quarter when the team made two touchdowns to end the game 29-14 Santa Barbara. Brahmas coach […]

Volleyball outmatched by Moorpark

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team was defeated in three sets by Moorpark College on Friday, Oct. 24 at Moorpark. The Brahmas were outscored in all three sets (25-19, 26-24, 25-14). The Brahmas overall record is 11-8. The next game will be on the road against Santa Barbara City College on Wednesday, Oct. 29 at […]

Wolny continues to lead

The Pierce College women’s soccer team defeated Moorpark College on Friday, Oct. 24 winning its third game in a row. The Brahmas shut out Moorpark with a final score of 2-0. “The second half was the best half we played all season,” coach Adolfo Perez said. Sophomore forward, and leading scorer Paige Wolny scored the […]

Scooby’s Corner: Can football turn their season around?

After last week’s display, Pierce College football has many people around the community wondering who these players are. After a promising start and a fledgling four weeks, it was almost as if the team had been cast into soil…until last week. It looked as if spring had come full circle for Pierce, they played Los […]

Volleyball wins third straight game

Volleyball wins third straight game

    After a rough beginning, Pierce College women’s volleyball team redeemed themselves as they defeated Allan Hancock College with strong serves on Wednesday, Oct. 22. The Brahmas won the game in four out of five sets (25-22, 25-8, 25-18, 25-18). Pierce captain Jessica Martinez began the game with two kills. Strong serves by the […]

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