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Brahma of the Week: 11/20

Brahma of the Week: 11/20

Sophomore safety Bobby Baker had six tackles, two-pass breakups and a 102 yd touchdown to help the Brahmas get into the American Championship Bowl against Chaffey College. Favorite restaurant: Roscoe’s Chicken N’ Waffles Favorite player: Ed Reed/Brian Dawkins Favorite movie: Demolition Man Favorite quote: “The harder you work, the harder it is to surrender” Vince […]

Soccer forward commits to Cal Poly Pomona

Soccer forward commits to Cal Poly Pomona

Sophomore midfielder Jackie Hilario, one of the most dynamic soccer players to sport the Brahma red and black has committed to play at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona). Hilario, a graduate of El Camino Real High School in 2012 helped the Conquistadores win three city championships. This year she has been instrumental […]

Brahmas’ victory secures Pacific Conference division title

Brahmas’ victory secures Pacific Conference division title

Pierce College Football players celebrate the win against Glendale Community College.[/caption]The Pierce College football team constructed an impressive turnaround victory from its previous Santa Monica game when the Brahmas defeated the Glendale College Vaqueros on Saturday night at John Shepard Stadium. In a 41-16 victory, the Brahmas were declared the American Pacific Conference Champions as they […]

Getting to know Pierce College volleyball captain

Getting to know Pierce College volleyball captain

She describes herself as an Italian stallion, but with the heart of a Pierce College Brahma bull she is determined to charge her team towards the championships. Kira Guarino, a 19-year-old sports medicine major, is the captain of the women’s volleyball team and is passionate about the group of women she is competing with. “The […]

Pierce earns division titile in scoreless draw against Moorpark

In a Western State Conference Northern Division game, the Pierce College women’s soccer team traveled to Moorpark College, ending the game in a tie with a score of 0-0. Entering the game with a record of 13-4-2 (9-1-1), Pierce needed either a tie or victory against Moorpark, 6-4-8 (5-3-3), to capture sole possession of first […]

Pierce volleyball stays on track for the conference championship

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team stayed on pace for another conference championship by defeating Cuesta College in four sets in San Luis Obispo on Wed. Nov. 13. The Brahmas won the first two sets, lost the third set and then finished strong winning the fourth set with the scores: 28-26, 25-20, 20-25, 25-20. Playing […]

Pirates sink Brahmas 2-1

Pierce College soccer team’s seven-game winning streak came to an end Tuesday, Nov. 5 as the Ventura College Pirates defeated the Brahmas 2-1 in  Ventura. Ventura had it’s way with the Brahmas during the first 30 minutes of action dominating time of possession and putting shots on goal. It was only a matter of time for the […]

Trainers ensure players’ physical health

Injuries are not uncommon for athletes; however, a head injury can alter a person’s life in an instance and Pierce is taking the necessary precautions to help its players. In recent years, due to the awareness of head injuries —more specifically concussions — professional and collegiate levels of athletics have made it a priority to […]

Women’s volleyball beats Mission in consecutive sets

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team defeated Mission College on Nov. 8 by showcasing good offense in a 3-0 sweep. Pierce was able to beat Mission in three consecutive sets with scores of: 25-23, 25-18, 25-14. Some of the players who impacted the game included: Kira Guarino scoring 12 kills, Alyssa Chulak scoring 11 kills, […]

Bowl ineligibility adds controversy in Corsair beat-down of Brahmas

In a season that has already been mired by controversy for the Pierce College football team, the Brahmas can still go to the American Division Bowl with a win over Glendale next week after a loss  to Santa Monica. Despite the Santa Monica Corsairs defeating the Pierce College Brahmas 37-13, it was announced after the […]


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