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Baseball team edge Hancock 2-1

Baseball team edge Hancock 2-1

In a low scoring game with the score all tied up in the ninth inning, the Pierce College baseball team beat the Allan Hancock Bulldogs 2-1 on Thursday March 21. Still recovering from their 4-2 loss to Hancock on Tuesday March 19, the baseball team managed to win in the ninth inning and win one of […]

Men’s volleyball win 3-2 in close game

With the game going to overtime and a fifth set the Pierce College men’s volleyball team stayed together and fought hard to win 3-2 against Moorpark College on Wednesday March 20. Pierce beat Moorpark in the first set 30-28. They had an early lead and lost it but managed to be able to battle through […]

Men’s volleyball win in overtime against Moorpark

With the game going to overtime and a fifth set, the Pierce College men’s volleyball team managed to beat Moorpark College 3-2 at home in a close one on Wednesday March 20. Pierce College began the night by beating Moorpark in the first set 30-28. They had a lead and lost it but managed to […]

Men’s volleyball team lose in sweep.

A promising beginning to the Pierce men’s volleyball team season was disrupted in a sweep, 3-0, during their visit to El Camino College on Friday March 15. Pierce looked to extend their three-game winning streak as they faced off against another undefeated conference team, but they were bested in each set. “We just didn’t come mentally prepared,” […]

Baseball team wins big against Ventura

After a rough start, Pierce College’s baseball team delivered their first blowout of the season by beating the visiting Ventura College 15 -4 on Saturday. Ventura was undefeated in conference games until Pierce stepped up to the plate with back-to-back wins against them in the same week as Pierce’s first victory came on March 14, winning […]

Men’s volleyball lose in shutout against El Camino

A promising beginning to the Pierce men’s volleyball team season was disrupted in a sweep, 3-0, during their visit to El Camino College on Friday, March 15. Pierce looked to extend their three game winning streak to four as they faced off against another undefeated conference team, but they werebested in each set. El Camino […]

Softball team lose double header against Hancock

The Pierce College softball team lost both games in a double header against the Allan Hancock College Bulldogs, 11-3 and 8-0 Thursday afternoon. The Bulldogs started the first game strong scoring one run in the top of the first inning.The Bulldogs left no stone unturned in their efforts to reach victory against Pierce. Once the […]

Tennis team lose in heated match against Glendale

Two players from Pierce College were almost ejected from the tennis match in Thursday’s lost, 6-3, against Glendale College at Pierce. Both Alex Kokonis and Nathan Crosby got into verbal confrontations with Glendale’s assistant coach Chris Tissot. Kokonis said a derogatory term as well as a homophobic slur to Tissot during his singles match in […]

Softball team lose double header against Hancock

The Pierce College softball team lost their double header against Allan Hanock Thursday afternoon. They fell 11-3 in the first game of the double header and 8-0 in the second game. Both games were mostly controlled by the Bulldogs. Pierce’s offense and defense struggled throughout both games. The Brahmas committed several errors on offense and […]

Tennis team hopeful despite loss to Santa Barbara

The Pierce College tennis team falls again to Santa Barbara City College, 6-3, on Tuesday at Pierce’s tennis courts. The team was a little nervous about going into the match after last Thursday’s match-up with SBCC, where they lost 7-2. “I didn’t think we were gonna do any damage to Santa Barbara,” Richard Catabona, Pierce […]

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