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Greg Finel becomes Pierce College Volleyball’s Head Coach

Greg Finel becomes Pierce College Volleyball’s Head Coach

February 10, 2016

Pierce College is pleased to announce the selection of Greg Finel as the new head coach for the Raid... Read more »

Theme Nights Give Back

Theme Nights Give Back

February 4, 2016

The basketball team is trying something different to bring in more people from the community to the g... Read more »

Formula Drift skids into the hearts of race fans

Formula Drift skids into the hearts of race fans

September 17, 2015

Bringing the vivid colors of each car and team to Evergreen, Formula Drift kicked off with a literal... Read more »

Golfing raises money for students scholarships

Golfing raises money for students scholarships

September 17, 2015

Every year, prior to the start of Fall quarter, Pierce employees and the local community members ded... Read more »

Are you eligible to become an athlete at Pierce

Nik Gugelman, Sports Editor

May 15, 2015

Filed under Campus, Sports

Basic Requirements: • You must be a High School graduate or the class of which you were a member must have graduated. • You must be registered for classes 20 days from the beginning of the quarter. Basic Requirements: • You must be registered in 12 or more credit hours during the current quarter of attendance. •... Read more »

Sandpoint High School player signs letter of intent to play ball

Nik Gugelman, Staff Writer

May 15, 2015

Filed under Sports

With the NBA play offs kicking into high gear, teams are making their way to round 2, it is without question that basketball still looms in our hearts.   The Red Raider men’s team just finished the season making it to the playoffs.  The women’s team did not make the playoffs, however they did win their last two games... Read more »

Former player for Raiders claims NWAACC’s “Player Of The Week”

Nik Gugelman, Sports Editor

May 12, 2015

Filed under Baseball/Softball, Sports, Sports Carousel

Recently D’Aundray Van Slyke was named player of the week. Van Slyke, who attends St. Andrews University, plays baseball for the Knights in the Appalachian Athletic Conference. St. Andrews University is located in North Carolina. However Van Slyke got his start in baseball at Pierce College. This is the first weekly award... Read more »

Annual Raider Ride

Annual Raider Ride

April 17, 2015

The annual Raider Ride is upon us. If you’re a bicycling enthusiast who enjoys long treks and a good... Read more »

Coach Krzyzewski wins 5th title

Nik Gugelman, Sports Editor

April 17, 2015

Filed under Feature, Sports

  The NCAA championship was between two great teams. Wisconsin just defeated Kentucky in the Final Four. Kentucky was attempting to do what no team has ever done and go an improbable 40-0. Wisconsin did not want any part of it, setting them up for the championship game. Then you have the always, dominant Duke versus... Read more »

The difference between baseball and softball

Nik Gugelman, Sports Editor

April 15, 2015

Filed under Baseball/Softball, Sports

It is the season for America’s pastime, the sport Americans have known and loved since the late 19th, and early 20th centuries.  Baseball is known as America’s pastime because it was the most widely played sport in the country during that timeframe.  It is still one of the top sports in the country and has a rich history... Read more »

Intramural Indoor fun

Nik Gugelman, Sports Editor

April 13, 2015

Filed under Soccer, Sports

Do you kick balls?  Whether you do or not, you can have a great time with intramural indoor soccer that begins April 6 to May 27.  Intramural sports are a great way to have fun, get physical, and get a good exercise at the same time. Most of the time, spring break gives us a chance to relax and eat cruddy food without having... Read more »

Showtime

Nik Gugelman, Sports Editor

April 13, 2015

Filed under Campus, Other, Sports

The Athletic Director of Pierce College, Duncan Stevenson, has brought an idea to the attention of the student government.  It is a $40,000 dollar investment that could bring more attention to our sporting world.  The project would be adding cameras to our gymnasium.  The camera’s have revolutionary capabilities in comparison... Read more »

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