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GOLF: Women to nationals, men second in tourney

April 18, 2013

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, […]

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GOLF: Women take second in Sun City

March 21, 2013

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 […]

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Golfer knows it’s never too late

March 21, 2013

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 […]

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GOLF: Women second in Mesa, men fifth

March 7, 2013

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. […]

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

February 19, 2013

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 […]

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