Sunday, February 16, 2020

Season Preview: Soccer aiming for the goal

Pierce soccer enters a new season where they look to keep the playoff streak alive and in the process, win their conference. However, reaching the...

Leading on and off the court

After seeing her grandfather get sick, Gianna Ros decided to study nursing to help people in need, and now carries this compassion onto the...

Volleyball wins in thriller

After their loss against the Santa Barbara City College Vaqueros Wednesday, the Brahmas bounced back against the Golden West College (GWC) Rustler Sam in...

Scooby’s corner: unionizing athletes

The future is at stake for college athletics, and it is happening in Illinois where  football players at Northwestern University are unionizing and trying...

Rookie water polo team prepares for first matchup

The newly formed women's water polo team can be found practicing everyday at the pool on the northern side of campus. Moriah Van Norman, head...

Men’s basketball loses second round of playoffs

The Pierce College men’s basketball season ended after the Brahmas lost in the second round of the playoffs against Saddleback College in Mission Viejo,...

They’re the (basketball) captains now

Two veteran Brahmas are sharing the captain’s position and leading the men’s basketball team on the court this season. Jordan Newt and John Flowers, both...

Baseball team’s efforts not enough against Glendale

Consistency was a major factor that hindered the Pierce College baseball team as they face the Glendale Vaqueros on Tuesday. After losing to the Vaqueros...

Monarchs dethroned by Brahmas

Player collisions, missed balls and failed plays sprinkled through the game highlighted the victory Pierce had over the Los Angeles Valley College Monarchs. The score...

Poor defense hurts Brahmas

The Pierce College women’s basketball team lost its third game in a row in blowout fashion against the Eastern Arizona College Gila Monsters in...

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