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Pierce Baseball finishes in 3rd place at NWAC.


3rd Place Trophy

The Raiders lost 3-2 to Everett to end their 34-16 season (.680 winning rate) in 3rd place in Longview, WA. at David Story Field.
Everett ended up losing to Yakima Valley (the eventual champion), 5-2 in the tournament final. Pierce had beat Yakima Valley, 7-2 on Sunday night, but the Yaks had already reached the championship because they had beaten Lower Columbia earlier in the tournament.

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Pierce ended up 3-2 in the tournament. The Raider baseball team lost both games by games in a tough fashion.
Lower Columbia beat the Raiders in the Friday night game, 2-1 on Friday.

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Great job to our Raiders this weekend in Longview. Nice job by our head coach Kevin Davis, his assistant coaches (B.A. Garner, Jim O’Dell, Jacob Phillips), and his players.

Raiders baseball takes back the Yaks, 7-2. Prepare for Everett on Monday at 12:05 p.m.

Pierce College Baseball beat the Yakima Valley Yaks today at L.C.C. Story Field in Longview today, 7-2. The Raiders are now 3-1 in the tournament and are hoping for a great Memorial Day Monday at 12:05 p.m. vs. Everett C.C.. The winner of the 12:05 p.m. game will play Yakima Valley for the NWAC Championship at 3:05 p.m.. We hope to see lots of Raider fans in Longview on Monday. Go RAIDERS!

Pierce Raiders Baseball continues in NWAC Championships

Pierce College will play the Yakima Valley Yaks at 4:05 p.m. on Sunday at Longview’s Story Field at the NWAC Championships. The Raiders won 7-4 yesterday afternoon. The win keeps the Raiders in the winning bracket of the tournament. If Pierce wins today, they must win both games on Monday at 12:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Monday.  The Raiders are 2-1 in the tournament. More info can be found at or on our social media at @PierceAthletic1 on Twitter or on Facebook at

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Pierce Raiders Baseball wins first NWAC Game

27131207712_b8a15f4d70_kThe Raiders won the first NWAC game on Thursday at Lower Columbia College in Longview, WA (Story Field) vs. Mt. Hood, 10-2. Colten Barnes went 8.2 innings to gather the win for the Raiders. Pierce was helped by the Mt. Hood Saints that had seven errors on the night.

The Raiders now will face the host Lower Columbia College on Friday at 7:35 p.m. in Longview.

Pierce College Baseball hosts Superregionals at Mt. Tahoma H.S.

Baseball3.05.16vsBellevue7Pierce College is hosting the NWAC Regional Baseball Tournament this weekend.
The Raiders are the #2 Seed from the NWAC West. The Raiders are 19-6 in league and 29-13 overall.
Come enjoy some of the best community college baseball in the Northwest.

Pierce hosts the winner of the 1:00 p.m. game at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, May 20th at Mt. Tahoma H.S.


The winner of this weekend’s games end up going to the NWAC Championships in Longview, WA.
Here is the playoffs format at Mt. Tahoma H.S.:
Friday, 5/20
Game 1 – 1:00 pm, #4 seed Edmonds vs #3 seed Columbia Basin
Game 2 – 4:00 pm, Winner 1 vs #2 seed Pierce Raiders
Saturday, 5/21
Game 3 – 1:00 pm, Loser 1 vs Loser 2 (loser out)
Game 4 – 4:00 pm, Winner 2 vs Winner 3
Sunday, 5/22 – (“if” both teams in Game 4 are 1-1)
Game 5 – 12:00 pm.
Smokin Zee’s BBQ Food Truck at Saturday’s games.
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Pierce Raider Women’s Basketball Camp


To get more information or to sign up visit:

The camp is scheduled for June 27-30th at the Ft. Steilacoom Campus in Lakewood in the Health Education Center. $90.00 for the camp. ($100.00 on the day of the camp.) Students aged 8-13 (girls and boys) can attend.

First year Raider Women’s Basketball Head Coach, Ariassa Wilson, along with her staff and players will provide four days of “fun”-damentals and skills instruction. Coach Wilson played college basketball at Highline Community College and Simpson University, followed by one year of professional basketball in Brazil.

Pierce Raider Volleyball Camp and Clinic


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Two great volleyball events this July! The Advanced Camp is being held from July 11-14th, 2016 at the Ft. Steilacoom HEC Gym each day from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.. The Clinic is being held on July 16th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.. The camp and clinic will be coached by Greg Finel and his players. Student-athletes can sign up and get more information here:

April 23: Baseball vs. Tacoma, 1:00 p.m. (Rivalry Game)


Photo for April 23rd Rivalry game:  Student Night B-Ball  Working with Student Life, Pierce Athletics has some great prizes available at the Saturday, April 23rd game vs. Tacoma C.C.. at 1:00 p.m.. This is a doubleheader. The game is at Mt. Tahoma H.S..

As of April 13th, Tacoma and Pierce are both 4-1 in league and both are hoping to be in the Western Division Championship hopes. The game on Sat.,April 23rd brings another great rivalry game for Raider baseball. The Tacoma Titans won the first game earlier this year, 9-7.

For students to attend, they will receive a Pierce Nike backpack, Raider sunglasses, Pierce t-shirt, and a coupon for the food truck at the game. Students can get transportation from the Ft. Steilacoom campus to Mt. Tahoma H.S.. Students should sign up at Ft. Steilacoom’s Student Life in Cascade (Rm. 418).

Lum tosses no-hitter for Raiders!

IMG_9940As Keenan Lum walked off the mound after striking out the side in the top of the first inning against the Chemeketa Storm on Sunday, he had no idea how well his day would go.  The sophomore left-hander from Kamehameha, Hawaii, was on his way to tossing a complete game no-hitter for the Raiders.  Lum – a sophomore transfer who played last year at Central Arizona College – is one of the key pieces in the Raiders’ starting rotation for the 2016 campaign.  The 6’3″ lefty faced just 30 batters, allowing only 3 batters to reach base (2 walks and 1 fielding error), while throwing 120 pitches.  Lum struck out 10 Storm batters along the way, in his dominating early season performance.

Lum leads the Raider pitching staff in innings pitched (31), strikeouts (26), and complete games (2 in 5 starts).  He has a 2-1 record with a 2.03 ERA.