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Baseball christens home season with win

After raining delays and cancellations, the Pierce College baseball team proves that Pierce is its house.


Historic win propels women’s basketball into postseason

Cuesta cost Pierce a playoff spot last season. The Brahmas made sure to finish the job this time around.


Oscar worthy for ‘Millionaire’

Nominated for 10 Oscars, "Slumdog Millionaire" proves to be a big-time contender for the top awards.


One win away from history

Despite a poor first half showing, the Brahmas rebounded to crush Allan Hancock and set up a win-and-in scenario for today's season finale.


Marching toward history, chasing a cure

Adding another victory to their belt, the Pierce College women's basketball team scores points for not just themselves but against breast cancer.


Half century of Dodger glory

Travel back in time 50 years to a time where the westernmost Major League Baseball team resided in St. Louis, to a time in which the only baseball team Southern California had ever known was the Hollywood Stars, and to a time where visionary Brooklyn Dodgers' owner Walter O'Malley would change that forever.

Late-game heroes save Brahmas

Pierce College locked horns with the Oilers of West Los Angeles College on Saturday at Joe Kelley Field and erupted for 15 runs, just enough to edge out a 15-14 win in a thriller of a game. Nick Devian led the way with a walk-off base hit up the middle in the last of the ninth.

Epic baseball story

Pierce College locked horns with the Oilers of West Los Angeles College on Saturday at Joe Kelley Field and erupted for 15 runs, just enough to edge out a 15-14 win in a thriller of a game. Nick Devian led the way with a walk-off base hit up the middle in the last of the ninth.

Brahmas exact vengeance against Citrus

Fresh out of an extra-inning heartbreaker at Citrus, the Pierce College baseball team avenged their loss, rallying to defeat the Owls 12-7 on March 6 at Joe Kelly Field. The Brahmas came into the game sporting a 2-3 in-conference record, and risked falling four games behind first-place Bakersfield with a loss.

Stopped short of men’s soccer

Pierce College's quest to debut a men's soccer team in the upcoming fall semester has hit a temporary snag due to California's statewide budget cuts authorized on Feb. 16. Adolfo Perez, women's soccer coach and prospective men's coach, said that adding men's soccer ran smoothly before the cuts, with Pierce already recruiting 20-30 potential players.

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