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     EUGENE, OR – The injury-plagued Peninsula College women’s basketball team dug deep and rallied to bring home the third-place trophy from the South Region Crossover Tournament at Lane Community College Sunday.

     FORT STEILACOOM - The Pirates, who lost two players for the season and two players who are likely out for the preseason, played their hearts out at the Red Raider Classic over the weekend, but could only manage one win.

     PORT ANGELES – The Pirates evened their non-conference record at 2-2 with a 74-55 win over a talented Tacoma Titans team on Saturday.

     PORT ANGELES - The Pirate women, coming off a 71-62 win over Wenatchee in Peninsula's home opener last week, host Tacoma Saturday at 3:00.

Peninsula College will provide a live video/audio stream of its home basketball games. Click here to watch. You will have to sit through a 15-second advertisement and then you should b

Port Angeles, WA – The night before both #1 ranked Pirate soccer squads take the home field in their quarterfinal playoff matches the Peninsula College men & women’s basketball programs officially tip off their seasons with Pirate Madness.  The madness begins on the Pirates’ newly refinished

     PORT ANGELES - It was "Midnight Madness" for the Peninsula College Pirates Sunday when coach Alison Crumb and her team spent the day in basketball camp and spent the early morning hours on the basketball court to celebrate the first official day of the 2012-13 NWAACC basketball season.

The Peninsula College Women's Basketball Team is sponsoring the third annual Crab Fest 5K Fun Run/Walk on the Saturday morning of the Crab Festival, Oct. 13. All of the event's proceeds will directly help fund the women's basketball team and student-athlete scholarships.

KENNEWICK - Sunday's loss to Clark in the second round of the 2012 NWAACC Basketball Championship Tournament marked a tearful end to the career of three Peninsula College sophomores, but it was a warning shot to the rest of the NWAACC from coach Alison Crumb and her nine talented freshmen.