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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Men and women’s swim place fifth on day one

On day one of the Western State Conference Swimming Championships at Hancock College the swim team finished in fifth place in both the men...

Sports Brief: Women place higher in Pasadena Invitational

The swim and dive team participated in the 17th annual Pasadena Invitational in which the women finished ninth with a score of 69 points....

Making a splash toward the finish line

Brahmas, Pirates, Vaqueros, Owls and Renegades hit the pool at the Steven E. Schofield Aquatic Center on Friday for the second official meet of...

SPORTS PREVIEW: Swim meet on Friday

The swim team return to the pool as they look to improve on their last place finish at the first meet in Ventura. Both men...

Going for gold in the 100-meter fly

It was either sink or swim for freshman Thaddaeus “Shaggy” Adams when he was first thrown into the pool as an infant. While most...

A valuable and determined winner

A fast paced music plays coupled with the sounds of splashing water and smell of chlorine. Several students wearing swimsuit and goggles are seen...

The endless summer

As Eryn Krouse dives into the pool at the Steven E. Schofield Aquatic Center, she sheds the day’s troubles while gliding through the cool...

Slow and steady wins the race

Going the distance as she ripples through the water, Shany Ninio, of the Pierce swim team, has been set to kick her way through...

Swim moves up to 11-1

Wearing a black and red one-piece and a black and red swimming caps to represent Pierce College is the 19-year-old Kailey Bennett, a pre-vet...

Women’s swim team sweeps competition

The women’s team swam out with a win against all four opponents, while the men lost against their only opponent Bakersfield. Brahmas had a...