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Volleyball team beats Ventura in four sets

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team traveled to Ventura College on Nov. 6, beating the pirates on their home court in four sets. Pierce defeated Ventura, winning in the first two sets, losing the third then winning the fourth set with the scores of: 25-16, 25-14, 25-27, 25-16. Pierce head coach Nabil Mardini said that […]

Women’s soccer team cruises past Hancock 4-0

Pierce College women’s soccer team defeated Allan Hancock at home 4-0 to remain unbeaten in conference play and pushed their winning streak to seven games on Friday Nov. 1. Freshman captain and team leading goal-scorer Michelle Somers scored a hat trick and sophomore forward Jackie Hilario added a goal on a penalty kick. The Brahmas […]

Santa Barbara ends volleyball’s winning streak

Santa Barbara City College showed up in Woodland Hills, Calif. on Friday Nov. 1 to catch Pierce College in the conference standings. Pierce was holding onto a 7-0 record in conference before Santa Barbara defeated the team 3-1 giving the Brahmas its first loss in the last 11 games. Santa Barbara is now tied with […]

Football wins its 3rd straight game

The No. 1 ranked Pierce College football team of the Southern California American Division won its third straight game Saturday, Nov. 2, keeping the team atop its conference. The Brahmas defeated Antelope Valley College in Lancaster by a 22-13 score, giving Pierce a 7-1 overall record and 5-0 in conference play to stay ahead of […]

Water polo team splits two games at Fullerton Tournament

The Pierce College women’s water polo team traveled to Fullerton to participate in the Fullerton College Mini Tournament, first beating Mt. San Antonio, 11-7 and losing to Fullerton, 13-3 on Friday Nov. 1. Pierce opened the tournament in a match up against Mt. San Antonio. Coming into the game with a record of 14-8, Mt. […]

Women’s volleyball wins its 10th straight

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team fought off a tough Moorpark College team as it stretched its current win streak to 10 games. This 3-1 win over Moorpark keeps Pierce undefeated at 7-0 in conference play and one game ahead of Santa Barbara City College in the Western State North standings to remain in first […]

Women’s water polo team sweeps conference

Pierce College’s women’s water polo team finished off its 2013 season strong during their match at home against Citrus College on Wednesday, Oct. 30, when the team started with six unanswered goals and ended the game 12-5. Seven of Pierce’s 12 goals were scored by set position player Sam Buliavac. “It’s my last home game […]

Women’s soccer team wins sixth straight game

In a match determining first place of the WSC Southern Conference, the Pierce College women’s soccer team defeated Santa Barbara City College, 3-2, winning their sixth straight match. Playing host to Santa Barbara City College on Tuesday Oct. 29, both teams entered the game with a record of 9-3-2. Tied for first place in their […]

Pierce women’s volleyball keeps winning streak alive

The Pierce College women’s volleyball team defeated Allan Hancock College on the road Friday, Oct.25. Pierce was able to beat Hancock in three straight sets of scores: 25-17, 25-23, 25-14. The win keeps Pierce’s hot streak going making it its ninth straight win. Although the team won outside hitter Shaina Barrett thought her team had […]

Women’s basketball hopes to redeem itself in upcoming season

Pierce College’s women’s basketball team was functionally dysfunctional last year, finishing fourth in the Western State Conference north division and barely making the playoffs for a team that lacked both the communication and depth to compete at a high level. Assistant coach Bell Jordan hopes that will all change with the season starting in just […]

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