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FC Tucson Women's match called off as Phx team forfeits

Unable to field enough players for a match scheduled for Saturday, Phoenix Del Sol has forfeited the game to FC Tucson's women's team. ... Read more»

Pima Athletics finishes 5th in NATYCAA Cup

The Pima Community College Athletics program finished in fifth place out of an estimated 400 colleges in the NJCAA Scholarship Division for 2015-16 National Alliance of Two-Year College Athletic Administrators Cup standings.... Read more»

Forest Service tips for staying safe while hiking in the summer heat

With summer temperatures rising to all-time highs, and humidity staying low, Coronado National Forest is asking visitors to plan their outings accordingly and to use situational awareness.... Read more»

FC Tucson women back on top after convincing win

FC Tucson had an emphatic 4 – 1 win over LA Salsa at Kino Stadium Saturday night. Mackenzie German-Johnson earned a brace as the team pushed their way back to the number-one spot in the Women’s Premier Soccer League’s Pacific South Division.... Read more»

Disappointing draw for FC Tucson women in home opener

FC Tucson women's soccer squad opened their homestand with a 1 - 1 draw against FC Pacific on Friday night at Kino Stadium... Read more»

FC Tucson women to make first home stand

FC Tucson’s women’s squad will have their first two home matches this weekend. They should provide for a good bounce-back from being outscored 6-2 in two road matches last week.... Read more»

FC Tucson weekend round-up: Men 3 up on blues; women drop 2 in road trip

FC Tucson had a mixed weekend with the women tumbling out of the top of their division with two losses and the men with a strong win.... Read more»

Muhammad Ali to be celebrated at Tucson interfaith service

Tucsonans of all faiths will join together on Saturday to mourn and remember Muhammad Ali at the Islamic Center of Tucson. The service will include Muslim and Christian leaders, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and Councilman Kozachik, and a Ramadan feast.... Read more»

11 Aztec student-athletes, 3 teams earn NJCAA Academic All-American awards

The Pima Community College athletic department released its NJCAA Academic All-Americans; 11 student-athletes and three teams made the list. ... Read more»

How hikers can avoid a bee attack, and what to do if it happens

Recent bee attacks have turned normal summer outings into a deadly encounters. But there are precautions that hikers can take to avoid an attack, and appropriate ways to react if one happens. ... Read more»

Pima golf coach Rustand named District I Coach of the Year

Pima Community College men’s golf coach Clark Rustand was recognized as the Golf Coaches Association of America named its National and District Golf Coaches of the Year on Monday.... Read more»

Weekend soccer roundup

German saves FC Tucson at last minute again; Women have strong start on road

Weekend soccer roundup: FC Tucson's men's side kept the top of the table despite a disappointing draw. FC Tucson women began with two wins against LA-area teams.... Read more»

Obama: Ali shook up the world — and we are all better for it

Muhammad Ali was The Greatest. Period. If you just asked him, he'd tell you. He'd tell you he was the double greatest; that he'd "handcuffed lightning, thrown thunder into jail." Ali shook up the world. And the world is better for it. We are all better for it.... Read more»

RIP to the Greatest: Muhammad Ali dead at 74

Muhammad Ali, the heavyweight boxer and civil rights icon who proclaimed himself "The Greatest of All Time," died Friday after spending days in a Phoenix-area hospital. The 74-year-old Ali had been public about his Parkinson's disease for years. Although the brash and fleet-footed fighter had trembled for years, Ali never lost his deep dignity and ability to command a crowd.... Read more»1

Pima women's tennis coach Schantz to resign after 11 years

Pima Community College coach Gretchen Schantz has decided to step down as the school's women’s tennis head coach next month.... Read more»

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