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Baseball team’s efforts not enough against Glendale

Consistency was a major factor that hindered the Pierce College baseball team as they face the Glendale Vaqueros on Tuesday. After losing to the Vaqueros on Saturday, 10-5,  the Brahmas were looking for redemption only to face an even greater loss when at the bottom of the 9th inning the score read 10-3. Multiple errors, […]

Tennis team aims high for playoffs

This season, the tennis team was struck with a series of injuries that left two top players out for the majority of the season.   However, after a relatively successful campaign with more wins than losses, the team has entered playoffs and has won its first round against Saddleback College April 17.   “The tide […]

Swim team prepares for postseason challenges

Swim team prepares for postseason challenges

  Although the season is coming to a close, the Pierce College swim team is enthusiastic for their upcoming state conference competition this Friday and Saturday and state championship next week.   Pierce College men’s swim head coach Fred Shaw and women’s head coach Judi Terhar have been working hard with their swim team on […]

Baseball team can’t capitalize on five-error Glendale team

After a long and cold three-hour game, Brahmas baseball was defeated by the Vaqueros 10-5 April 14.   The Brahmas struggled both defensively and offensively, using six pitchers and causing five errors that gave Glendale College a lead throughout the game.   Though many opportunities were given to the Brahmas, they couldn’t seem to find […]

Outside of the diamond: head coach John Bushart

Baseball takes up 80 percent of his life but during summer, Hawaii is where you can find him.   His office can describe most of who he is and what he does. Red and white dominate the room, boxes filled with brand new baseballs are always at reach.   Pierce College’s baseball head coach John […]

A wild pitch lost it for Brahmas baseball

From a reliever to starter, pitcher Matt Feldman worked his way up and proved many wrong in Thursday’s game against Mission College. “Usually your best pitchers are starters,” Pierce College head coach John Bushart. “He has moved himself up and has made the most improvement out of all.” Feldman pitched for seven and two thirds […]

Bad call influences tennis team’s defeat at Ventura

The Pierce College tennis team lost their match in Ventura with a final score of 5-4 on Tuesday. The game was close the entire way through. Even the very first match of the day, played by Pierce student Moises Cardenas and Ventura student Jonathan Lin, resulted in a tiebreaker. Pierce eventually won this first match […]

Pierce baseball walks off with win against West L.A.

Pierce baseball walks off with win against West L.A.

    The pressure was on for Brahmas’ catcher Greg Koll to come out victorious in the bottom of the ninth. He faced a two-out runner on third situation, the kind of moment athletes dream for when growing up. Brahmas baseball broke out of a five-game losing streak against West L.A. on Tuesday with a […]

Tennis team upset by bad call against Ventura

The Brahmas’ tennis team lost the game in Ventura on Tuesday with a final score of 5-4. “We got robbed big time,” the head coach of Pierce’s tennis team, Rajeev Datt, said after the game. “The ref that was there made an atrocious call, I’m going after his job.” Datt believes the game was lost […]

Softball team losses due to mercy rule

After playing first baseman during the first game loss of last Tuesday’s doubleheader at home against Ventura College, Pierce’s Andrea Sixtos pitched the second game in hoping to reverse the fate of the previous game. The game was kept at 2-0 in favor of Ventura for the first two innings, but the efforts from the […]

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