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Brahmas advance to next round of playoffs

The Pierce College women’s basketball advanced in the 2013 CCCAA Women’s Basketball Southern Regional playoffs with a 63-55 win over the Riverside Community College Tigers on Wednesday. The Brahmas were led by sophomore center Kameron Jones who finished the night with a double-double with 15 rebounds and 17 points. Four of Pierce’s starters scored in […]

Tennis team loses in close game against Bakersfield

The final doubles match was the deciding factor in Bakersfield College’s 5-4 win over Pierce College’s tennis team on Tuesday. Pierce doubles partners Nathan Crosby and Kevin Nam led the match 7-2. Slowly, the Renegades started gaining momentum and catching breaks with some of the balls going too long. The match reached a 7-7 tie […]

Baseball team loses to Santa Ana

Pierce’s baseball team had a tough matchup on a cold windy Tuesday afternoon, losing their second game to Santa Ana College 5-1. The Dons have put up an impressive record so far this season with 11 wins and only a single loss. Santa Ana’s pitching staff put out a solid performance by committee using up […]

Women’s basketball season review

The Pierce College women’s basketball 2012-13 season was a mixture of ups and downs. They opened the season by winning five of their first six games, and all but one win was a blowout. They had a great offense. They had the highest field goal percentage and average points per game in the conference, 48.3 […]

Baseball team ends 3-game losing skid with win over El Camino College

The Pierce College baseball team ended their three game losing streak with a win over El Camino College on Saturday. The offense began hot and scored all of their 12 runs in the first three innings. The Brahmas opened up the scoring in the first inning after shortstop Michael Hymes drove in first basemen Alex […]

Women’s basketball team dominates in last game of season

The Pierce College women’s basketball team dominated the Allan Hancock Bulldogs  with a 71-29 win Saturday. The game did not disappoint attendees as the Brahmas crushed their opponent from beginning to end. The lady Brahmas defense made it difficult for the Bulldogs to get any offense going as they held the Bulldogs to 11 points […]

Men’s basketball team wins first conference title since ’74

Men’s basketball team wins first conference title since ’74

While having a tough first half, Pierce College men’s basketball team played hard in the second half and defeated Alan Hancock College on Saturday to win the Western State Conference Championship. Having a long 39 year drought the Brahmas won the Western State Conference Championship and are heading to the playoffs after defeating Hancock College […]

Tennis match at Santa Barbara postponed

The tennis matches at Santa Barbara City College between Pierce College and SBCC have been postponed due to rain. Both coaches, Rajeev Datt for Pierce and Lance Kronberg for Santa Barbara, could not be reached for comments at this time. More updates to come about the rescheduled matches.

Men’s volleyball team loses in shutout

The Pierce College men’s volleyball lost on Friday to Orange Coast College  losing all three sets. OCC dominated from the very beginning by capitalizing off of Pierce’s mistakes. The loss leaves the Brahmas with a 2-3 record for the season. “I felt the first two sets we were a little bit slow to start and […]

Pierce softball player hurt in loss to Rio Hondo

The doubleheader against the Rio Hondo Roadrunners didn’t exactly go the way the Pierce College Brahmas wanted it to go after only scoring once in the two games. After the Roadrunners dominated the first game, 11-0, the Brahmas went into the second game with the heads held high. But that positive focus was quickly shattered […]


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