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Women’s volleyball are back-to-back state champions

Women’s volleyball are back-to-back state champions

  Photo Curtesy of Michael Burke After facing elimination not once, but several times in two matches during the weekend, the Pierce College women’s volleyball team came out on top to capture back to back state championships. Despite losing key players like team captain and aces state leader Kathleen Wright before playoffs and sophomore Shayna […]

The coach behind the scenes

With five seconds left on the clock in Pierce College’s last game of the year against Antelope Valley College on November 7, 2009, kicker Steven Sandoval made a 20 yard field goal as time expired to give Pierce a, 44-41 win. This win gave Pierce their first conference championship since 1985.   Players and coaches […]

Women’s volleyball advance to third round of playoffs

After being down two sets to one in a match for the first time in the season, the Pierce College women’s volleyball team responded like the defending state champions as they came back to defeat Orange Coast on Saturday. The #1 state ranked Brahmas continue their perfect season as they improve to 29-0 with the […]

Men’s basketball victorious after shaky start against West LA

Despite the Brahmas shaky start, they pulled out the stops during the second half and pulled out the win. The Brahmas struggled at the start of the game turning over the ball a lot. Despite their struggles they were able to pull out the win with a score of 87-78. “We just started playing better,” […]

2011/’12 Women’s Basketball Roster

No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. High School 1 Danielle Tyler G 5’7″ So Taft HS 2 April Russell G 5’4″ Fr Liberty/Oregon 3 Rebecca Fredrickson G 5’5″ Fr Monroe HS 4 Kiarra Stegall G 5’9″ Fr Oak Park, Michigan 5 Taqueia Pitt G 5’5″ Fr Canoga Park HS 11 Derika Thomas G 5’6″ Fr Blackhank/Texas […]

2011/’12 Men’s Basketball Roster

  No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. High School 1 Khiry Williams G 5’10” Fr. Taft 3 Jessie McRay G 5’9″ Fr. Conneticut 5 Loucious Coleman G 5’10” Fr. Palmdale 11 Adam Ruka C 6’7″ Fr. Wisconsin 13 Josh Reveles G 6’1″ So. Fairfax 21 Ben Burris G 6’4″ Fr. Rancho Buena Vista 22 Jake Bali […]

2011/’12 Women’s Basketball Schedule

  Day Date Opponent Place Time W-L Thurs-Sat. Nov. 17-19 Barstow Tourn. Barstow       Nov. 17 Victor Valley   2:00PM 67-46W   Nov. 18 Mt. San Jacinto   4:00 PM 82-88L   Nov. 19 Barstow   2:00 PM 78-75W (OT) Fri.- Sun. Nov. 25-27 Pierce Tournament Click here for Bracket Pierce     […]

2011/’12 Men’s Basketball Schedule

Day Date Opponent Place Time W-L Tuesday-Wed November 8-9 El Camino Classic El Camino Nov. 8 LA Southwest 5PM 72-93L Nov. 9 El Camino 7PM 65-73L Tuesday November 15 Glendale College Glendale 6:00 PM 82-77W Friday-Sun. November 18-20 San Diego Invitational San Diego Nov. 18 Grossmont 5:00 PM 66-70L Cypress 65-67L Tuesday November 22 West […]

Women’s volleyball advances to second round of playoffs

Pierce College women’s volleyball team ended their regular season on the right foot by beating Citrus College in straight sets (25-19, 25-15, and 25-14) on Thurs. night at Pierce College. The 2011 Brahmas, who are ranked #1 in the state, stay undefeated throughout the regular season (27-0, 12-0 in conference), as they gear up for […]

Women’s basketball wins two out of three in Barstow tournament

Freshman center Kameron Jones averaged 26 points per game in the Brahmas women’s basketball team season opening tournament at Barstow, Calif during the weekend. Pierce came back from Barstow with a 2-1 record in the tournament defeating Victor Valley by 21 points, 67-46, in the first game, losing to Mt. San Jacinto by six in […]

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