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GOLF: Women to nationals, men second in tourney

GOLF: Women to nationals, men second in tourney

By JAIME HERNANDEZ The Pima Community College men’s golf team finished in second place at Tucson’s Silverbell Golf Course on April 14-15. The Aztecs finished the tournament with a combined score of 563. South Mountain Community College took first place with a 543, while Mesa Community College finished third at 564. “The kids played great, […]

GOLF: Women take second in Sun City

GOLF: Women take second in Sun City

By JAIME HERNANDEZ The Pima Community College women’s golf team finished in second place at a six-team tournament at the Hillcrest Golf Course in Sun City on March 25-26. It was the third time in five tournaments this season that Pima has finished as runner-up. Freshman Josie Trapnell finished third with a 162. Sophomore Abriana Romero had a […]

Golfer knows it’s never too late

Golfer knows it’s never too late

By JAIME HERNANDEZ Pima Community College golfer Josie Trapnell isn’t your average freshman. The 50-year-old Minnesota native has come a long way to get to where she is now. Trapnell has been playing sports her entire life. In her earlier years she played rugby, softball, hockey and was on a traveling broomball team, which is […]

GOLF: Women second in Mesa, men fifth

GOLF: Women second in Mesa, men fifth

By JAIME HERNANDEZ The Pima Community College women’s golf team placed second at Mesa’s Dobson Ranch Golf Course in a tournament held on March 9-10. The Aztecs carded 697 as a team, while Mesa Community College took first with 641. Freshman Josie Trapnell medaled for the third straight tournament, coming in third with 163 strokes. […]

GOLF: Trapnell places second in home tourney, men second in Laveen

GOLF: Trapnell places second in home tourney, men second in Laveen

By JAIME HERNANDEZ The Pima Community College women’s golf team placed second in the two-day tournament it hosted on Feb. 25-26 at the Silverbell Golf Course. Freshman Josie Trapnell shot 160 for the tourney, good enough for second place overall. Also for Pima, sophomore Abriana Romero had a 177, sophomore Shelby Empens shot 182, and freshman Brittney […]