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The most popular World Cup team in the U.S. may not be the U.S.

A lot of people in America will be watching Mexico play Brazil today.... Read more»

Pima women's basketball standout Foster commits to Mid-America Christian

Pima Community College women’s basketball speedster Felicia Foster (Peoria HS) will continue her college basketball career as she committed to play for Mid-America Christian University in Oklahoma City on Monday.... Read more»

Playa hater: TSA FC falls to Beach FC

TSA FC has greatly improved their defense since adding New Mexico keeper Laura Demers, but, as the 3–1 result against Beach Fútbol Club Sunday at Kino North Stadium demonstrated, there are improvements that need to be made.... Read more»

Let Dan Tanna know: FC Tucson earns 7th league win

It wasn’t the strongest performance from FC Tucson, but it got the job done as the local men defeated the Las Vegas Mobsters 2–0 at Kino North Stadium on Saturday night.... Read more»

'Frustrating' loss for TSA FC

An improved but still tentative TSA FC side lost to defending champions San Diego Sealions on Saturday afternoon at Kino North Stadium by a score of 2–0.... Read more»

Pima academic & athletic All-Americans recognized

The Pima Community College student-athletes who were selected Academic and Athletic All-Americans were recognized at the Board of Governors meeting on Wednesday.... Read more»

Pima standout Smith signs with Adams State University

Former Pima Community College basketball standout Shakir Smith (Tucson Magnet HS) signed his national letter of intent on Tuesday to play at Adams State University in Alamosa, Colo..... Read more»

FC Tucson soccer

Tucsonenses go quail hunting, bag seven

The match started off a bit slow, but FC Tucson delivered a strong thrashing to non-league side Temecula FC at Kino North Stadium on Tuesday night. The local soccer team bagged seven goals over the course of the evening, and racked up their eighth straight match without a loss.... Read more»1

Heart and Sol: FC Tucson starts strong vs. Albuquerque

Any worries that FC Tucson might not have learned anything from their listless performance against Albuquerque Sol FC on Friday night were answered with a three-goal victory Saturday night.... Read more»

Former Pima standouts Plouck, Zuniga and Lynch taken in MLB draft

Three former Pima Community College baseball players were taken in the final day of the Major League Baseball draft Saturday.... Read more»

FC Tucson

Rookwood rescues draw for FC Tucson

It took late-game heroics from substitute forward Vance Rookwood on Thursday night, but FC Tucson managed to eke out a 1-1 tie after some disappointing play.... Read more»

Pima football & men's soccer notes

The Pima Community College football program will host a passing tournament next Friday and Saturday at the Kino North Complex. Pool play will feature 28 different passing teams starting at 5:30 p.m. on Friday. The brackets will be set and competition will continue on Saturday morning beginning at 7:30 a.m.... Read more»

FC Tucson soccer

Tucsonenses to Duke City, seek to extend 5-match streak

FC Tucson has won five games in a row, leads their division and boasts of one of the best records nationwide. Even so, as they prepare to travel to New Mexico to face off with new team Albuquerque Sol FC, head coach Rick Schantz somewhat plays down expectations.... Read more»

Brazil: 'Get your coke and weed here!'

As the World Cup approaches, police have pushed much overt drug selling out of the center of Rio, but in the outskirts it’s narco business as usual.... Read more»

Four Aztec women's basketball players find 4-year college homes

Four players on the Pima Community College women’s basketball team will continue their educations and basketball careers out of state. Raja Moreno-Ross, Alicia Jones, Shayna Porter-Banks and Rachel Williams have committed to four-year schools.... Read more»

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