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Soccer loses narrow game

Following a two-game winning streak, the soccer team lost 1-0 to the Allan Hancock College Bulldogs at Shepard Stadium Friday. It was the first time...

Heartbreak for soccer

After the big win over Cerro Coso College, Brahmas soccer suffered a tough loss against the Antelope Valley College Marauders. Pierce started off well by...

Brahmas out-hustle Coyotes

It’s been a rough start to the season for Brahmas’ soccer as they headed into Tuesday’s game against Cerro Coso with an 0-2 record. In...

Clovis crushes the Brahmas

For the second home game in a row, soccer failed to come away with a win. Clovis Community College emerged victorious from the Pit...

From the land of the rising sun

Coming to a foreign country to start a new life can be daunting. Add in starting a new school and things could get overwhelming....

Brahmas put five past the Eagles

In their season home opener, the Brahmas came back from behind once again to get the win over the Mt. San Jacinto College Eagles. With...

BRIEF: Soccer wins home opener

Brahmas soccer won its home opener Tuesday, defeating the Mt. San Jacinto College Eagles 5-1. Dominique Gonzalez led the game with two goals. Jessica Palmer, Cristina...

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