Friday, February 22, 2019

Tennis team falls just short of the top as they tie with Glendale 3-3

The Pierce College tennis team fought hard as they competed in a tennis match against Glendale Community College. The match ended in a tie, with three sets out of six won on Friday. "We need to win this match so we can be top two in the conference," said Vinnie Amore, eigth in singles.

Never too late to return a serve

He scooted instead of crawled, then ran before he walked. More than 40 years later, that energy cannot be created nor destroyed; rather, it...

Glendale ends Brahmas three game winning streak

After winning three straight games, the Pierce College men's tennis team saw its streak come to an end against Glendale Community College on Friday...

Racking up wins

Coming off a winless schedule last season, tennis has turned around and improved dramatically. With a combined five wins in the previous three years,...

Pierce tennis team misses out on wild card spot

The Pierce College men’s tennis team squared off against the Ventura College Pirates for the second time this season in the match that determined...

Tennis team’s season comes to an end with some success

The Pierce College tennis team has almost reached the end of their season-long rollercoaster ride, with their final tournament coming in the first days...

Preview: Tennis Update

After securing second place in conference and having their best regular season in years, Brahmas tennis has more reason for celebration as some will...

Tennis continues to struggle

Pierce College’s tennis team won its first match of the season in doubles play at home Thursday, but lost the game 8-1 to Glendale...

Tennis drops second straight game

Due to a shortage of players, men’s tennis suffered their second loss, Thursday, against the Santa Barbara...

Tennis drops another game

The Brahmas lost its final game in doubles play at home 7-2, Tuesday, against El Camino College. The contest consisted of five singles and...