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BRIEF: Spring sports schedules announced

The schedules for all the spring sports have been announced as teams continue their preparations for their respective openers.

Men’s volleyball will face the Orange Coast College Pirates in a rematch of the state championship game on Jan. 31.

The Brahmas beat the Pirates in four sets to win their eighth title in program history.

Baseball will open their season on Jan. 25, at Hancock College. Last season, the team reached the playoffs, but lost in the first round to Cerritos College. Their home opener is on Jan. 29, against the Bulldogs.

Tennis will also face OCC in their home opener on Jan. 29. They look to repeat their success of last year as most of their team made the Ojai State Tournament.

Swim will not have a meet at Pierce for a second straight season. They will participate in the Western State Conference Pentathlon on Feb. 8, at Ventura. Their first meet is on March 1, at Santa Monica.

Softball who had their season canceled last year will look to bounce back as they open their season at Moorpark College on Feb.21.

Men’s basketball will be in season as their next game is on Jan. 2, at Mira Costa College.  

Women’s basketball begins on Jan. 23, at West LA. Their home opener will be against Bakersfield on Jan. 26.

Click below to view the full schedules for all spring sports.


Men’s volleyball

Women’s basketball




Men’s basketball

Felipe Gamino
Sports Editor 2016- present Circulation Editor 2019- present STAFF- Fall 2015

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