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Freshman Brooke Peterson earned a national qualifying mark in the Pole Vault with a mark of 3.67 meters (12-feet, 0.50-inches) while sophomore Jessica Bright-Schade set a national qualifying mark in the Javelin at 38.47 meters (126-feet, 2-inches) at the GCU Invitational.

The Pima Community College women’s track & field team competed in their first meets of the 2023 outdoor season this week at the Mesa Multi’s Meet and the GCU Invitational. Read more»

Aztecs softball picked up the road doubleheader sweep as they beat Paradise Valley Community College 6-1 and 11-7. Sophomore Elise Munoz (Salpointe Catholic HS) went 6 for 7 with four RBIs, three runs scored and four doubles on the day while freshman Genesis Zazueta (Tucson Magnet HS) pitched a complete-game, giving up one run (one earned) on three hits with three strikeouts and one walk in the first game.

The Pima Community College softball team (16-13, 13-7 in ACCAC) played its fourth straight ACCAC road doubleheader on Saturday at Paradise Valley Community College (4-17, 4-17). Read more»

Sophomore Gage Mestas finished 1 for 4 with three runs scored and two steals as the Aztecs baseball team beat Bismarck State College 9-2 at the Tucson Invitational held at the Kino Sports Complex. The Aztecs improved to 22-8 overall.

The Pima Community College baseball team (22-8) closed out a busy week on Friday after playing its final game as part of the Tucson Invitational. Read more»

The loss is just the 11th time a 15 seed has upset a 2 seed in the tournament since it expanded to 64 teams in 1985. However, it is also the third year in a row that such an upset has happened.

The crowd at Thursday’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament game responded with cheers of excitement, gasps of shock and disbelief as the buzzer sounded and the No. 2 seed Arizona Wildcats found themselves on the wrong side of history in a loss to No. 15 seed Princeton. Read more»

Freshman Herman Holst finished tied for second place in the final individual standing as he shot a 4-under par 140 (69-71). He finished 3-strokes back from the leader.

The Pima Community College men’s golf team closed out its fourth tournament of the season on Tuesday at the Paradise Valley CC Invitational. Read more»

Sophomore Mia Casadei (Tanque Verde HS) and freshman Mina Chacon (Tucson Magnet HS) combined to go 4 for 7 with seven RBIs and five runs scored in the first game as the Aztecs softball team split at South Mountain Community College winning 15-7 and falling 9-3. The Aztecs are now 14-13 overall and 11-7 in ACCAC conference play.

The Pima Community College softball team (14-13, 11-7 in ACCAC) took to the road for its third straight ACCAC conference away road doubleheader on Tuesday at South Mountain Community College (22-7, 18-4). Read more»

Sophomore Jaeden Swanberg (Salpointe Catholic HS) threw a complete-game, giving up one run (one earned) on five hits with three strikeouts and one walk and freshman Austin Madsen (Canyon del Oro HS) made his hits count as he went 2 for 7 with three RBIs and a run scored in Pima's sweep at Cochise College. The Aztecs are now 20-8 overall and 11-5 in ACCAC conference play.

The Pima Community College baseball team (20-8, 11-5 in ACCAC) picked up its third straight ACCAC conference sweep on the road on Tuesday as it defeated Cochise College (15-12, 2-10). Read more»

The Aztecs will be the No. 7 seed for the NJCAA Division II National Tournament from March 21-25 in Port Huron, Mich.

The Pima Community College women’s basketball team is heading back to the NJCAA Division II National Tournament next week in Port Huron, Mich., as the NJCAA announced the seedings and brackets. Read more»

Players and sports organizations have expressed worry that expanded gambling could lead to harassment and compromise their safety.

Analysts estimate the anticipated growth in sports gambling may reach over US$167 billion by 2029 - and many are concerned the increase of sports betting could potentially put athletes in danger of threats from disgruntled gamblers who blame them for their gambling losses. Read more»

It was a moment of celebration for the Arizona Wildcats after they defeated UCLA and captured the Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament title Saturday night in Las Vegas.

With 18 seconds left, University of Arizona guard Courtney Ramey nailed a stepback three to give Arizona a two-point lead that boosted the Wildcats to a 61-59 victory over the UCLA Bruins Saturday night to win their second consecutive Pac-12 Men’s Basketball conference title. Read more»

The Aztecs women's basketball is heading back to the NJCAA Division II National Tournament after they captured the program's eighth NJCAA Region I Championship after beating Scottsdale Community College 59-50 on Saturday in the Region I, Division II title game. Angel Addleman was named the game's MVP.

The Pima Community College women’s basketball team is heading back to the NJCAA Division II National Tournament. Read more»

So far, 18 states with Republican-controlled state legislatures have banned transgender athletes from competing in sports that are consistent with their gender identity.

A U.S. House committee passed a bill on a party-line vote that would block transgender girls from competing in school sports consistent with their gender identity, a reflection of a broader push in multiple states to curb the rights of transgender student athletes. Read more»

Rio Gomez, who played for the University of Arizona, and his mom, Sandi, spend some time together after the Oakland A’s spring training game against the Colombian National team.

Representing his mother’s home country of Colombia in a tune-up for the World Baseball Classic, Arizona native Rio Gomez pitched in his hometown for the first time since his father, longtime baseball reporter Pedro Gomez, died on Super Bowl Sunday two years ago. Read more»

Michael Grabowski was kicked off of Arizona’s cross-country team in September 2018, losing his scholarship and in turn being forced to attend a different school.

A Ninth Circuit panel will decide whether homophobic slurs used against a former University of Arizona student-athlete counted as sexual harassment under Title IX, which hinges on whether those he said harassed him actually believed he was gay. Read more»

Former Arizona softball player Susie Parra was a three-time All-American selection and earned the National Player of the Year award in 1994.

Arizona softball great Susie Parra earned the nod as the University of Arizona Wildcats’ representative in the 2023 Pac-12 Hall of Honor class - part of the Hall of Honor’s first-ever all-female class of inductees. Read more»

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