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BRIEF: Softball program cancels season

Softball was originally preparing for their season opener at Ventura College, however, the team will not be competing this year. Interim athletic director Susan Armenta...

BRIEF: Swimmers make a splash at Cuesta

Several swimmers rose up to the occasion in the second meet held at Cuesta College on Feb. 29.  The Brahmas were without Ava Recchia and...

Baseball field woes

Poor field conditions and multiple injuries on the field play a major role in the team not hosting games at Joe Kelly Field. While other...

Review: Men’s basketball 2019-2020

In an up-and-down season for men's basketball, there was still an opportunity for the team to make the postseason. In their last game however,...

Brahmas remain unbeaten at home

 After finishing strong against Santa Monica College, the Brahmas carried that momentum into their game against Antelope Valley on Friday night. The Brahmas beat the...

Brahmas drop second game to the Raiders

After winning the first game in the series versus the Moorpark College Raiders, the Pierce College Brahmas couldn’t repeat as they lost 9-1 on...

Men’s volleyball win home opener

After dropping their season opener to the Golden West College Rustlers, men’s volleyball bounced back to beat the Santa Monica Corsairs on Feb. 26.  Brahmas...

Tennis program gets cut

While sports programs get ready for their respective seasons, others will not have that opportunity. Tennis was scheduled to have their season opener on Feb....

Brothers on and off the diamond

Sibling rivalry is common among families, but for the Ryan brothers, it is the opposite as they empower each other on the diamond. Jake and...

Overtime heartbreak for basketball

Two halves were not enough to determine the winner in Friday's conference match between the Brahmas and Bulldogs. Men's basketball was unable to beat Hancock...

Latest articles

Enrollment down but holding steady

Pierce College is second among the nine Los Angeles Community College District schools in terms of headcount and enrollment, compared to where the school...

Play honors voices for equality

Maya Angelou’s poem “Caged Bird” spoke volumes in 1969 about the injustices of those who suffer oppression at the hands of systemic racism. More...

Opening the doors of opportunity

Immigration continues to be a controversial topic in the public opinion just as voters around the country cast their ballots during the current presidential...

Clothesline Project online

Even students who didn’t know about the Clothesline Project likely saw last October dozens of t-shirts hanging between trees in Rocky Young Park with...

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