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Aztecs fail to win a conference game

Aztecs fail to win a conference game

By ARMANDO HARMON Even with the dissapointing end to the season, PCC honors 11 players with postseason awards With the final two games of the season the Aztecs put the fans on the edges of their seats, where they would fall short in a double OT shootout on their home finale in Game 1. Freshman […]

PCC earns another postseason berth

PCC earns another postseason berth

By BRIANNA HERNANDEZ The Pima Community College Men’s soccer team’s road to championship glory has been one to remember The pinnacle moment being when the Aztecs created history on Oct. 19 with its first ever ACCAC conference championship. “I’m honestly still speechless,” freshman Ricky Flores said. “The best feeling in the world to know the […]

A dangerous escape

A dangerous escape

Rising opiate usage means helping the addicts through their trials, not throwing them in jail and letting them rot in a By KYLE MCDANIEL The opiate epidemic plaguing America right now is a true problem. I know from firsthand experience, as I was addicted for a few years. I don’t want to make this political, […]

College football playoff rankings take shape

College football playoff rankings take shape

By ARMANDO HARMON With the college football season coming to a close, it is still a little too early to tell which teams are going to make the top four to compete in the playoffs. In college football, you have those favorites like Southeastern Conference powerhouse University of Alabama, which has been in the playoffs […]

The man behind Pima’s soccer success

The man behind Pima’s soccer success

By BRIANNA HERNANDEZ Navigating across town from sports complex to park with soccer equipment in tow is the seemingly never-ending routine for Dave Cosgrove, Pima Community College men’s soccer head coach. Cosgrove never expected to have a life centered around coaching at Kino Stadium, then driving 20-plus minutes to coach practice for his under-18 youth […]

Championship results lukewarm

Championship results lukewarm

By RENE ESCOBAR The Aztecs’ hot streak froze in Fort Dodge, Iowa. Both the women’s and men’s teams participated in the NJCAA National Championships. The women finished in 21st place, while the men’s team placed 30th. Freshman standout Katherine Bruno was the top Pima runner as she finished the 5K race in 18th place out […]

ATHLETIC VOICE: East vs. West, the power struggle

ATHLETIC VOICE: East vs. West, the power struggle

By RENE ESCOBAR As 16 former All-Star players have moved organizations, an imbalance of power is in flux within the NBA in the new season. The Eastern conference of the NBA possessed promising intrigue at the start of the season, but that potential train has derailed. On opening night, the Boston Celtics were at the […]

Abroad culture

Abroad culture

By KYLE MCDANIEL Traveling the world and becoming immersed in a new culture while studying for your major is an amazing experience of which you could be a part. Daisy Rodriguez-Pitel, associate director of global engagement and student services, is the person to contact if you are interested. Before applying, make sure you have a […]

Pima fails to close season on a high

Pima fails to close season on a high

By KYLE MCDANIEL October 13 was the last road game for Pima this season as they come home for the final four games. This is just what the doctor ordered for the Aztecs as they have struggled mightily on the road. Pima will hope to end the season on a high note with this homestand, […]

One in the same: amateurism and college basketball

One in the same: amateurism and college basketball

By KYLE MCDANIEL The black cloud is descending on men’s college basketball, and it is merely the beginning. When the FBI released its findings Sept. 26 announcing the arrests of multiple college basketball assistant coaches, the world seemed to stop. When Emanuel “Book” Richardson from the University of Arizona was named as one of the […]

Aztecs volleyball strives for consistent play

Aztecs volleyball strives for consistent play

By KYLE MCDANIEL Over the next five matches, Pima Community College went 2-3, which gave them an overall record of 6-11. The season started rough for Pima. The teamwork and communication improved with every game.   Sept. 20: PCC 0,  Arizona Western College 3 The Aztecs had a match in Yuma before going to California. […]

Home is everything

Home is everything

By KYLE MCDANIEL To certain people, money isn’t everything. As you peer into the world of sports, though, you see that money has become king. Players seem to care less about the fans and the city they play in and more about what team pays the most money. This isn’t just problem with sports in […]

Volleyball team splits before tough road stretch

Volleyball team splits before tough road stretch

By KYLE MCDANIEL Over the next six games Pima will go 3-3, finishing 2-2 at the Scottsdale Classic Tournament. Throughout the tournament the team did an excellent job rallying together, and not giving up on any point during the matches with multiple come from behind rallies. The team needed to come out on the positive […]

Volleyball: Sophomores shine in New Mexico

Volleyball: Sophomores shine in New Mexico

By KYLE MCDANIEL Fresh off winning the National Title over the summer with his Zona 17-1 club volleyball team, Coach Dan Bithell was coming into the season on a high. However, it would be short lived, as his Pima Aztecs would go 1-5 at the New Mexico Military Institute Classic Tournament in Roswell.   Aug. […]