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Bulldogs can’t stop Brahmas

The Pierce College women’s soccer team has been the bright spot for the Brahmas sports program in what has been an otherwise forgettable season for the other teams. The Brahmas avoided a slip up against a lesser opponent and thanks to leading goal scorer, Paige Wolny, they defeated the Allan Hancock Bulldogs 3-0 on Friday, […]

Pirates beat Pierce in three sets

Pierce College’s women’s volleyball team, a team that was very hyped at the beginning of the season has now distinguished itself as average at best. Its latest loss was against the Ventura College Pirates on Wednesday, Oct. 8 who pounded the Brahmas in three sets (27-25, 25-22, 25-19). The Pirates were led by Sarah Veloz […]

Cuesta’s strong offense left Brahmas defense treading water

Cuesta’s strong offense left Brahmas defense treading water

  The Pierce College women’s water polo team played a rough match against the Cuesta Cougars losing 19-7 on Wednesday, Oct. 8, at Steven E. Schofield Aquatic Center. The Brahmas weren’t able to match up against the Cougars strong defense and quick offense. “Cuesta is a really good team so we’ve just been slowing the […]

Pierce and Santa Barbara settle for a tie

Pierce and Santa Barbara settle for a tie

Pierce College freshmen Claudia Perez and Paige Wolny combined for a late goal as the Brahmas settled for a 1-1 tie with the Santa Barbara Vaqueros on Oct. 7 in the Pit at Pierce College. Wolny scored the Brahmas only goal, but it was Perez who did the majority of the work on the play. […]

Injury limits coach at the net

Injury limits coach at the net

Through the halls of the North Gym among the sounds of sneakers squeaking on wood floors and amid the smell of locker room sweat the ‘Wounded Wizard’ maintains his commanding presence. Coach of the women’s volleyball team Nabil Mardini, who has coached the Brahmas to three state championships, ruptured his Achilles’ heel on June 3. […]

Player of the week: Chelsea Lawrence (Oct. 6)

Player of the week: Chelsea Lawrence (Oct. 6)

Freshman volleyball player Chelsea Lawrence is enjoying her first year as part of the women’s volleyball team. Lawrence, 18, is a recent graduate from Highland High School in Palmdale but moved to the valley to attend Pierce College and pursue volleyball. She’s now been playing for five years and currently plays middle blocker. Did you […]

Former Pierce football star heading to new heights

Former Pierce football star heading to new heights

The Pierce College football legacy went head to head on Saturday when two former Brahmas met to face each other in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Both players came from South Philadelphia and played for the Brahmas at the point. Yet while one star was already made, a legend was born. That legend is former […]

Improvements shown despite loss

For Pierce College’s football team things could only get better after the previous two abysmal weeks of back to back routs. It did get better, but it didn’t amount to anything as the Brahmas lost their third game in a row 52-36 on Saturday, Oct. 4. West Los Angeles College got after Pierce early and […]

Close but no win

Close but no win

  The Pierce College women’s volleyball team fell to the Santa Barbara City College Vaqueros in the Western State Conference  opener held at Pierce on Friday, Oct. 3 after a tough fifth set (25-21 25-22 28-30 24-26 15-9). Pierce faced a tough and energetic Santa Barbara,  in a game dominated by Pierce captain Jessica Martinez who […]

Goals are written on her Paige

Goals are written on her Paige

Paige Wolny striker for Pierce Women Soccer team, poses for a Photo during team practice. Wolny who live in Saudi Arabia for 10 years, is the teams’ top scorer, at Woodland Hills. Calif. on Sept 17, 2014. Photo by Erick Ceron.[/caption]It is one thing to carry on a love for a sport over many years, […]

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