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Softball team lose double header against Hancock

The Pierce College softball team lost their double header against Allan Hanock Thursday afternoon. They fell 11-3 in the first game of the double header and 8-0 in the second game. Both games were mostly controlled by the Bulldogs. Pierce’s offense and defense struggled throughout both games. The Brahmas committed several errors on offense and […]

Tennis team hopeful despite loss to Santa Barbara

The Pierce College tennis team falls again to Santa Barbara City College, 6-3, on Tuesday at Pierce’s tennis courts. The team was a little nervous about going into the match after last Thursday’s match-up with SBCC, where they lost 7-2. “I didn’t think we were gonna do any damage to Santa Barbara,” Richard Catabona, Pierce […]

Baseball team continues losing streak

The Pierce College baseball team lost 4-3 against Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo, Tuesday. Cuesta College improves its conference record to 2-2 and its overall record to 8-9, while the loss puts the Brahmas at 0-4 in conference play, 5-13 overall and continues their six-game losing streak. Pierce had three runs off eight hits […]

Baseball team loses 5th straight game

The Pierce College baseball team lost its fifth straight game in a close offensive battle 15-13 against Cuesta College Saturday. Although both teams had great offensive output, they both struggled with pitching and defense. “It was a sloppy game on both sides and we survived today,” said head coach Bob Miller of Cuesta College. Cuesta’s […]

Tennis team experiences 4th defeat

The Pierce College tennis team lost their match against San Diego Mesa College 2-7 on Friday March 8. The Brahmas have had a rough start to the season, already losing three matches, making this game their fourth loss. Even though these are friendly matches, they count toward the team’s total ranking, said head coach Rajeev […]

Men’s volleyball defeats Long Beach

The Pierce College men’s volleyball team won its first match against Long Beach in nine years on Friday, making the away game the team’s second consecutive victorious five-set match. The two-plus hour match (25-18, 21-25, 26-24, 19-25, 15-11) was highlighted by freshman opposite Robbie Rutecki who came back from the bench in the fifth game […]

Brahmas defeated by Mt. San Antonio in first round of playoffs

The Pierce College women’s basketball team lost in the 1st round of the 2013 CCCAA Womens Basketball Southern California Regional playoffs to the undefeated number one see Mt. San Antonio College 49 – 77 on Saturday March 2. Mt.SAC’s guard Morgan Mason led all scorers with 22 points, shooting nine for 18 from the field […]

Pitching peaks in loss to Santa Barbara

There were ups and downs Thursday as Pierce College faced off against Santa Barbara City College and lost an away double-header, 7-1 and 3-0, respectively. Pierce scored its only run in the first inning of the first game of the double-header on an RBI single by Susanna Suard. Then, the Brahmas essentially suffered a thirteen […]

Baseball team loses second game in a row

The same song played again out on Kelly Field with Pierce losing another game filled with errors against East Los Angeles College Thursday afternoon 15-8. Both teams had poor outings giving away runs on errors and subpar pitching. The Brahmas combined for a total of seven errors and hit three batters while the Huskies had […]

Men’s volleyball team wins second game in a row

The Pierce College men’s volleyball team defeated Santa Barbara City College in an up and down 5 set thriller at home Wednesday March 6. Both teams battled back and forth with small runs of kills and errors which resulted in a tie breaking nail bitter. Pierce’s 6’2 opposite hitter Robbie Rutecki came out blazing hot, […]


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