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Sprinter McCroskey sets school record at Arizona Indoor Invitational

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Sprinter McCroskey sets school record at Arizona Indoor Invitational

By Raymond Suarez / PCC Sports The Pima Community College men’s and women’s track & field teams competed in the Arizona Indoor Invitational on Saturday at Glendale Community College. For the second straight week, the 60 meter dash school record was broken as sophomore Amber McCroskey (Buena HS) finished with a time of 7.79 seconds. […]


Roadrunners release Trevor Cheek from PTO

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Roadrunners release Trevor Cheek from PTO

From The Tucson Roadrunners Tucson Roadrunners General Manager Doug Soetaert said the club has released forward Trevor Cheek from his Professional Tryout contract ahead of the team’s six-game road trip which starts this Friday and Saturday night in Austin, TX against the Texas Stars. Cheek appeared in 20 games for the Roadrunners, posting three assists with […]


Hong ties for first place at Mesa Invitational

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Hong ties for first place at Mesa Invitational

By Raymond Suarez / PCC Sports The Pima Community College women’s golf team kicked off the 2017 season in the Mesa Invitational on Sunday and Monday at the Dobson Ranch Golf Course. The Aztecs took second place in the final team standings with a two-day total of 712. They improved by 22 strokes in the […]


Arizona Wildcats take down two in-state opponents in men’s tennis

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Arizona Wildcats take down two in-state opponents in men’s tennis

By Charles Awalt / UA Sports The Arizona men’s tennis team is now 3-1 on the season after remaining perfect at home against two in-state opponents on Sunday, Feb 5th. The Wildcats took down Arizona Christian University by a score of 6-1 just a few hours before sweeping Mesa Community College. The victories not only […]


Arizona ranked 10th in preseason NFCA Top 25

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Arizona ranked 10th in preseason NFCA Top 25

By Danny Martinez / UA Sports The Arizona softball team was ranked No. 10 in the USA Today/NFCA Division I Preseason Coaches Poll, announced by the Association. It marks Arizona’s first preseason top-10 ranking in the poll since its No. 8 ranking in 2012. Defending champion Oklahoma was tabbed as the unanimous No. 1, receiving […]


Arizona women’s soccer adds six on National Signing Day

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Arizona women’s soccer adds six on National Signing Day

By Andreas Zai / UA Sports The Arizona Soccer program received six National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, Feb. 1. These recruits will make for a strong addition to the team, a group that went through to the third round of the NCAA Tournament two seasons ago and finished in the middle of the Pac-12 […]


ICYMI: Final Four closing in on first Valley visit

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ICYMI: Final Four closing in on first Valley visit

By Kara Brown / Cronkite News There’s a skill that’s important both in playing basketball and in hosting major sports events. Being nimble. And thus Arizona leaders and event organizers feel confident they are as prepared as possible to host the NCAA men’s basketball Final Four for the first time. As Phoenix mayor Greg Stanton pointed […]


Coyotes center Holland fined for surprise punch

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Coyotes center Holland fined for surprise punch

Arizona Coyotes center Peter Holland has been fined $3,611.11 for an unsuspecting punch to Tampa Bay Lightning left wing Ondrej Palat during Saturday’s game, the NHL’s Department of Player Safety announced Tuesday. The sucker punch occurred with 9:05 remaining in the second period of the Coyotes’ 5-3 win. Holland received a minor penalty for roughing. […]


David Johnson proves Senior Bowl’s importance

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David Johnson proves Senior Bowl’s importance

By Kyle Odegard / azcardinals.com It’s easy to see now, with the benefit of hindsight, how well David Johnson’s abilities translated from college to the NFL. The Cardinals running back averaged 5.4 yards per carry and doubled as a receiving threat in four seasons at Northern Iowa before seamlessly bringing those attributes to the professional […]