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Pierce soccer coach to serve out suspension

The  Pierce College women’s soccer team, who are the defending Western State Conference Champions, are going to be without head coach Adolfo Perez due to a four game suspension at the beginning of the season. The suspension was given out by the National Junior College Athletic Association for not turning in statistics properly to prestosports.com, which […]

Brahmas sign former state champion player as assistant coach

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team hired former Brahmas star Veronika Ban to become their new assistant coach. Ban joins Nabil Mardini’s staff and replaces Angela Hupp who took over the summer took an assistant coaching position at San Francisco State University after being with the Brahmas for the past three years. Ban brings much […]

Funches signs with school in Texas

Former Pierce College men’s basketball player and leading scorer Terrell Funches will be moving up to the next level after signing his letter of intent to play with Texas A&M International University. Funches played a key role during the Brahmas 2013 Western State Conference championship season by coming off the bench and providing an offensive presence that allowed the […]

Women’s Volleyball Coach suffers injury

Pierce College women’s volleyball coach Nabil Mardini suffered a torn achilles tendon while playing volleyball over the weekend. The recovery time for such an injury is anywhere between 6-11 months. Despite the injury according to Mardini he doesn’t expect to miss any time during the season which starts at the beginning of September. “I’m a little […]

Brahmas Sports serves an ace for Team USA

Brahmas Sports serves an ace for Team USA

Hundreds of volleyball fans crowded onto Pierce College’s Ken Stanley Court to watch the U.S. Women’s National Team scrimmage Thursday night. Renown players and coaches came to witness the legendary Karch Kiraly lead the team as they prepared for the 2016 Olympics. It was Kiraly’s first visit to Pierce, but the distinguished athlete was coached […]

Sawelson to become a Warrior

Pierce College third baseman Alex Sawelson after a successful season and helping the Brahmas make it to the playoffs this year for the first time since 2010, signed his letter of intent to play at the University of Hawaii next season. Sawelson who has been playing baseball since he was a child has made his […]

Former Brahmas reunite in Georgia

Adam Schechter, a former Pierce College wide receiver known for his feisty play and helping the Brahmas win the Patriotic Bowl, announced on his facebook page that he will be joining former QB Nick Arbuckle at Georgia State University. Schechter, a Simi Valley native who is 5’11 and plays slot, was at College of the […]

Peters looking to recognize Pierce sports

Pierce College Vice President Eric Peters spoke to the Brahmas women’s volleyball team before their afternoon practice about making the sports programs more recognized on campus. Peters told sophomores Savannah Loutzenhiser, Alex Bowman, Samantha Olivas and Sandy Martinez that he promises to support the athletic program in the upcoming season. “We have a strong desire […]

Scooby’s Corner: Athletic director honors past with Hall of Fame

With the last week of school, finals and fellow Brahmas graduating, it begs the question who will these Brahmas be in years to come? Will they move on to be successful? What will these people accomplish and what lies ahead for the future? With many former Brahmas moving on to bigger and better things, the […]

Q&A: Nabil Mardini, mastermind behind three consecutive women’s volleyball state championships

Q&A: Nabil Mardini, mastermind behind three consecutive women’s volleyball state championships

After three seasons of winning state championships, head coach Nabil Mardini suffered setbacks in the 2013 campaign and it resulted in the Brahmas being ousted in the first round. For Mardini though he is in a new era with a blend of seasoned sophomores as well as some talented young freshmen. Hopefully this year will […]


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