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Women’s volleyball rolls past Glendale College

Women’s volleyball rolls past Glendale College

  Pierce College’s women’s volleyball team claimed its 51st consecutive victory Wednesday night, defeating Glendale College in South Gym. The Brahmas scored more than twice as many points as their opponents and swept the match’s three games (25-15, 25-9, 25-13). Kira Guarino, a freshman opposite hitter who helped out with three kills, said that the […]

Brahmas win Monday night football game

Pierce College’s football team defeated Moorpark College on Monday at Pierce’s John Shepard Stadium, improving their overall record to 4-1 in the team’s first Monday night football game in recent years.   The game was originally scheduled for Saturday, October 6 at 7 p.m. but was rescheduled due to a power outage caused by a […]

Forwards represent dual threat for Pierce opponents

In order to be a successful soccer player, dedication and passion for the sport is essential.   Pierce College soccer players Shawnie Moore and Jacqueline Hilario are examples of dedicated athletes who have love for the game.   Moore was born in Texas and later came to California where she graduated from St. Genevieve High […]

Women’s soccer team defeats Glendale

  The Pierce College women’s soccer team won its fifth game in a row by defeating their hosts, Glendale College, 4-0 on Wednesday, Oct. 3.   “We played very good in the first half,” said coach Adolfo Perez. “Glendale played a lot of defense in the second half so it was hard for us to […]

Cheerleaders slowly losing their program

The Brahmas cheerleading squad may not have enough funds to keep the program running through the spring semester and may be completely cut by next fall, according to the Pierce College cheerleading coach.   Cheerleading is currently a one-unit class that is UC and CSU transferable under the physical education (P.E.) department, but budget cuts […]

Schofield Aquatic Center gets new score board

Schofield Aquatic Center gets new score board

  A score board was installed in the Steven E. Schofield Aquatic Center Wednesday afternoon, benefitting Pierce aquatic sports like water polo and swimming. The board was purchased by the school three years ago, according to Andrew Priest, who works for Colorado Time Systems, the company installing the board. The board was installed only recently […]

Women’s volleyball team now 50-0

Pierce College’s women’s volleyball takes their winning streak to 50 straight matches on Wednesday at Bakersfield College. Pierce swept the sets (25-23, 25-22, 25-17) once again, putting themselves at a 16-0 record in the colleges’ third meeting this season. The Brahmas have swept 15 of 16 games this season, only losing one set– against Bakersfield– […]

Invincible volleyball team stands 49-0

Los Angeles Pierce College’s women’s volleyball team  (15-0) remained undefeated by defeating the Citrus College Owls (6-4) Friday at South Gym.   The Brahmas won in straights sets against Cirtus (25-18, 25-18, 25-18) and improved their winning streak to 49 matches won in a row.   Pierce still holds the number one ranking in the […]

Soccer records milestone victory against Bakersfield

The Pierce College women’s soccer team recorded the program’s 200th victory in a win Friday against Bakersfield College in Bakersfield.   The 3-0 victory over Bakersfield gave the Brahmas their 200th victory through 12 years of women’s soccer at the college.   Freshman forward Jacqueline Hilario, who led Pierce with two first half goals, was […]

Football team picks up first road win

Pierce College defeated West Los Angeles College on the road 52-35 Saturday afternoon in what was the Brahmas’ first road win of the season.   The Brahmas gained more than 670 total yards in the game, with 226 yards coming on the ground in the running game.   Freshman quarterback Nick Arbuckle only had nine […]


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