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Pierce Women’s Basketball Dominates with a 74-62 Win

Pierce College Women’s Basketball came home with a win Saturday after defeating Santa Barbara City College. The Brahmas dominated SBCC Saturday night with a 12-point lead and ended the game with a score of 74-62. The standout player of the game against SBCC who scored nearly twice the points of any player on the opposing […]

Dodgers to honor women’s volleyball team

The Los Angeles Dodgers will be honoring the 2012 Women’s State Volleyball Champions, Pierce College’s women’s volleyball team, on April 16. The ceremony will be before the game which is scheduled to begin at 7:10 p.m. against the San Diego Padres. Information on tickets or prices is not readily available.

Softball loses in first game of doubleheader

After a rough start to the game, the Pierce College softball team was defeated by San Bernardino Valley College in the first of the double header on Friday. The Brahmas were defeated 17-4 in the first of the double header with a bad start on defense in the first inning. The team gave up 13 […]

Brahmas lose 22-4 on bad pitching

Murphy’s Law is the only way to describe what happened to the Pierce baseball team in an embarrassing loss to Mt. San Antonio College on Thursday afternoon. The Mounties came to Kelly Field and beat the Brahmas with a final score of 22-4. Mt. SAC was led by sophomore pitcher Danny Diaz who threw a […]

Men’s volleyball to face off against Orange Coast

The Pierce College men’s volleyball team will host the visiting Orange Coast College volleyball squad Feb. 22 at 6 p.m. It is the team’s first meeting this season against the Orange Coast team, which has five players who have earned all-conference honors in 2012. Orange Coast is fresh off of losing to Long Beach City […]

Men’s basketball scores 90 points in win over Moorpark

With the tone for offense set early and a solid defensive second half, the Pierce College Men’s Basketball team defeated Moorpark College on Wednesday. The Brahmas beat Moorpark 91-76 with a huge early contribution from Donte Williams, who scored 21 points in the first half , and J.R Williams, who lead the team with his […]

Softball doubleheader rescheduled

The doubleheader scheduled Tuesday between the Pierce softball team and Barstow Community College was cancelled due to a misunderstanding the morning of the game. “[Coach Jennie Gregoso of Barstow] called me today and asked if we were playing today,” head coach Pat Grennan said. “I think she kinda forgot. It was just a little mix-up.” The scheduled […]

Brahmas lose in blow out against Santa Ana College

With an effort to start the season on a good note, the Pierce College baseball team went head-to-head Feb. 7 with Santa Ana College at Don Sneddon Field. Looking to grab their second win of the season after splitting a doubleheader, the Brahmas’ hope was shattered with a 14-4 loss. The Dons put Pierce in […]

Brahmas dominate in doubleheader against L.A. Valley College

Brahmas dominate in doubleheader against L.A. Valley College

The Pierce College baseball team came out Saturday afternoon with a strong outing in a doubleheader against the Los Angeles Valley College Monarchs,hand winning both games handily behind solid pitching performances. The Brahmas won the first game 8-1, while game two finished with a score 3-0. Starting pitchers Derek Sesma and Bobby Schauer were each […]

Weather postpones game against L.A. Valley College

Pierce College’s baseball match against Los Angeles Valley College on Friday was postponed for Saturday due to unfavorable weather conditions. As the Pierce Brahmas were warming up for the game, which took place at LAVC, a light drizzle quickly turned into a hailstorm that lasted a few minutes. Once the storm passed, the parking lot and […]


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