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Soccer team bounces back to win first conference match

Sophomore midfielder Daisy Alvarenga capitalized on a defensive error in the second half to score the third and final goal in Pierce College’s win at LA Valley College on Tuesday. During the first half of the match the Brahmas played an imprecise game and committed several turnovers. Despite those problems, freshman forward Edith Dominguez managed […]

The tennis team is raising funds their own way

The tennis team is raising funds their own way

  Slashed funding for the athletic department is forcing the Pierce College tennis team to host fundraisers in order to pay for equipment and travel costs to compete in tournaments.   Budget cuts in California’s educational system have forced community colleges across the state, including Pierce, to slash funding for intramural sports.   The tennis […]

A Rewarding Weekend for the Women’s Volleyball

The Pierce College women’s volleyball had a victorious weekend. The Invitational games held in the Ken Stanley court (South Gym) and the North Gym at Pierce were against Saddleback Gauchos and Golden West. Were as also other teams competed. The Lady Brahmas competed against Saddleback’s Gauchos women’s volleyball team on Friday at 4 p.m. The […]

Winning streak ends at five for soccer team

The Brahmas women’s soccer team lost 3-0 in an away game against Santa Barbara City College on Friday night, bringing an end to their undefeated run. “They were a very good and fast team,” said Pierce College soccer head coach Adolfo Perez. “We made some adjustments and played much better in the second half.” The […]

Football team loses fourth consecutive game

Football team loses fourth consecutive game

Photo: UD Freshman wide receiver Joseph Morris scored three of the seven Pierce College touchdowns in their loss to the Long Beach City Vikings on Saturday. It was the closest game of the young season for the Brahmas so far but the Vikings had the edge winning the game by a score of 54-47. The […]

Pierce volleyball wins at Moorpark

Continuing their dominance, the top ranked Pierce College women’s volleyball team defeated No.12 ranked Moorpark 5 to 3 Friday. They won, three sets to zero, 25 to 17, 25 to 17, 25 to 19. The Brahmas, who won 10 to 0, played a balanced game led by Shakurako Fuji with 11 kills, Jasmine Levi with […]

Brahmas lose battle of unbeaten soccer teams

The Brahams lost 3 to 0 in an away game against Santa Barbara City College’s women’s soccer team Friday night, bringing an end to their undefeated run. For Coach Adolfo Perez it was a tough loss. “They were a very good and fast team,” said Perez. The Vaqueros scored all three goals in the first […]

One more victory for women’s volleyball

The victory today was for the Pierce College Women’s volleyball team against Saddleback Gauchos. 3-0 was the final score on the first game. This was the first day of the 2nd Invitational games held annually by Pierce Women’s volleyball. The team had a decent game said head coach Nabil Mardini, but they had to improve […]

Ten-game winning streak for Pierce volleyball

Top ranked Pierce College women’s volleyball team continues their dominance by winning their game at Moorpark on Wednesday. They won three sets to none, posting scores of 25-17, 15-17, 15-19. The Brahmas who improve to 10-0 for the season played a balanced game led by Shakurako Fuji with 11 kills, Jasmine Levi with nine, Danetta […]

Volleyball state champs pick up where they left off

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team is off to an exceptional season, in spite of losing 10 players from their state championship team. The Brahmas played nine games and so far and they’ve won every one of them. They only lost two sets out of the 27 they’ve played this season, posting impressive and dominating […]

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