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Budget cuts slash athletic funding

Pierce College has been forced to remove 50 percent of funding from the athletic department due to the California’s state budget crisis, according to Pierce’s athletic director.   The 72 schools in the California Community College system have had their funding slashed by $400 million.   The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) has struggled […]

Brahmas football thrashes Valley in homecoming game

Keeping the victory bell for a third year in a row, the Brahmas’ football team won their first and last home game of the season. Enthusiastic fans filled the newly built stadium cheering the Brahmas to a blowout victory over the LA Valley College Monarchs with a score of 47-17. On a play action pass, […]

Volleyball team rolls over West L.A.

The Brahmas women volleyball team wins another game as their winning streak increases to 25 in a row. Pierce College beat West Los Angeles College in three sets on Friday. “It was a team that we were expected to beat, and we did,” said head coach Nabil Mardini. The Brahmas’ came strong out the gates […]

Early mistakes lessen championship hopes for soccer team against COC

Two exquisite goals by Brahma midfielder Jessica Gonzalez just weren’t enough to beat College of the Canyons on Tuesday with conference first place at stake. Although Pierce College showed great character in coming back from two goals down, early mistakes proved to be too much to overcome in a sloppy game that ended in a […]

Men’s basketball loses season opener

The Brahmas men’s basketball team lost both games in their season opener against El Camino College. The tournament included two away games at El Camino that were scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday. The Brahmas took control early on, but somewhere down the line, they started to get sloppy and made little mistakes that would affect […]

Pierce volleyball defeats Glendale for 23rd straight win

Pierce women’s volleyball remains undefeated, improving to an impressive 23-0, winning all three sets against Glendale Community College on Friday. The Brahmas were playing solid early on and were able to dish out an impressive 14-0 run in the first set, winning by a score of (25-7), seemingly looking as they would cruise through the […]

Season ender is football team’s first home game

After participating in away games all semester, the Pierce College football team will finally be playing their first home game Saturday at 7 p.m. in Shepard Stadium. The upcoming game is the team’s season ender. Though the football field itself has been ready for months, construction of Shepard Stadium’s visitor section is not yet finished, […]

Men’s basketball prepares for season opener

Pounding down the hardwood the black shirted player launches himself into the air, turning to catch the ball before slamming it through the hoop and hanging from the rim. It’s that time of year again, basketball season has started once more and that means another chance for the Brahmas to win the conference championships. With […]

Soccer team held to a tie at home by Santa Monica

The Pierce College women’s soccer team fought a hard battle against Santa Monica College and came away with a last minute tie from what was a very sloppy game by their standards. The field did no favors for either team. The game had both teams turning over the ball several times and neither being able […]

Volleyball team remains undefeated against Bakersfield

The volleyball team, with a record of 21 wins before this game and only 3 sets lost during the 21 matches played, added another victory to their winning streak. Now they stand at an outstanding 22-0 for the season. The Brahmas won on the road against Bakersfield College this past Friday. Pierce already played Bakersfield […]


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