Kyle McDaniel

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Pima just misses out on postseason

May 3, 2018

By KYLE MCDANIEL Due to a production error, Softball was not printed in the last issue.  Pima is going to miss the regional playoffs this year, which hasn’t happened often over the last 16 years, as they finished 35-23 on the season. The Aztecs had three players selected to the third team  All-ACACC Conference, freshman […]

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Who Could Win The World Cup?

May 3, 2018

By KYLE MCDANIEL The World Cup in Russia is around the corner, and for one month, the 23 players for each of the 32 nations become a family. Only eight countries have ever won the tournament since its inception 88 years ago in 1930, and once you get out of the group stage, you just […]

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Trio of pitchers gets job done for Aztecs

March 29, 2018

By KYLE MCDANIEL March 24 (A) Game 1: PCC 11, Mesa Community College 8 (F/9), Game 2: PCC 15, Mesa Community College 6 (F/6) The Aztecs finished with three wins and one loss in the season series with the Thunderbirds. Heading into the last inning down by 1 run, sophomore Megan Flores came to the […]

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Softball: PCC’s offense shines in conference play

March 8, 2018

By Kyle McDaniel The Aztecs’ blistering offense continues to torch opposing teams as they win seven of their last eight games.   March 3 (H) Game 1: PCC 4, Phoenix College 6, Game 2: PCC 10, Phoenix College 9 Pima split the series with No. 3 Phoenix College over the weekend. In the first game […]

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Aztecs show no mercy in sweep

March 1, 2018

By KYLE MCDANIEL The Pima Commuinty College softball team drop three-in-a-row before earning back to back mercy rule victories in a sweep of GateWay Community College. Feb. 13 Game 1 (F/5): PCC 9, GateWay CC 1, Game 2 (F/5): PCC 9, GateWay CC 0 The Aztecs completed their first sweep in ACCAC play when they […]

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New Upward Bound grant gives vets fighting chance

December 7, 2017

By KYLE MCDANIEL  In October, Pima Community College was awarded a grant entitled The Veterans Upward Bound Program. The program serves as a bridge from working citizen to college student. This gives Pima an excellent chance to help veterans start their college experience. Many veterans would like to go to college but don’t know how […]

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A dangerous escape

November 16, 2017

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, […]

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Pima’s record overshadows great play

November 2, 2017

By KYLE MCDANIEL The Aztecs volleyball team ends the season on a seven-game losing streak to finish with a 7-18 record. It was a struggle for Pima all season, as they couldn’t get a winning streak going at any point to jump start their season. Oct. 27: PCC 0, Mesa Community College 3 The Aztecs […]

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Abroad culture

November 2, 2017

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 […]

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Pima fails to close season on a high

October 19, 2017

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, […]

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One in the same: amateurism and college basketball

October 19, 2017

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 […]

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Aztecs volleyball strives for consistent play

October 5, 2017

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. […]

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Home is everything

October 5, 2017

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 […]

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Volleyball: Sophomores shine in New Mexico

September 7, 2017

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. […]

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