Sunday, November 11, 2018

Pool problems pester polo

When classroom equipment is not functioning properly, it can be difficult to teach the course. The same can be appiled to athletics when a...

Pep in their step

A new tradition was born as athletes, coaches, cheerleaders and members of the student population took part in the first ever fall sports pep...

Summer session

All athletes that are participating in  fall sports were given the opportunity to be a part of an eight-week summer session class to prepare...

Swimming for her goals

While most infants and children are learning the basics of swimming, for Cassidy Hoffman it is about improving on her times and striving to...

A desire for more sports

Athletics play a role in many college students’ lives, and while the Brahmas compete in 12 intercollegiate sports there are some glaring holes in...

Water Polo gains first win of the season against Santa Monica College

Turning the tides of a losing streak with their first win of the season, the Brahmas ruled the water against the Santa Monica Corsairs,...

Pirates attack too much for Brahmas

After going winless last year, Pierce continued its losing streak against the Pirates in their home opener. Ventura started out to a quick lead and...

Water Polo come close to the team’s first win

The Pierce College women’s water polo team lost 12-11 to Allan Hancock College in a home game on Wednesday, October 28.   “I think this is...

Head above water

The Steven E Schofield Aquatic Center is immersed in the chaotic sound of splashing water as players call out defensive plays. With the ball...

Pierce’s water polo improves but falls short

The Pierce College women’s water polo team lost 6-10 to Santa Barbara in a home game on Wednesday, October 21. This is Pierce 8th...