The Yavapai College Athletic Department on Tuesday, Jan. 25, announced the hiring of former Arizona State star football player Shaun McDonald as its new major gifts officer, which focuses on fundraising.
After winning a region championship in 2021 and compiling a 34-21 record, the Yavapai College baseball team heads into 2022 ranked No. 13 in the National Junior College Athletic Association’s (NJCAA) preseason poll.
After finishing the 2021 campaign with a 37-7 record and a fourth-place finish at the NJCAA National Championship Tournament, the Yavapai College softball team enters the 2022 season ranked No. 5 in the NJCAA’s preseason poll announced Monday afternoon, Jan. 24.
The big time came calling and seventh-ranked UCLA answered. A higher-ranked rival. A nationally televised game. First place in the Pac-12 on the line.
Arizona State coach Bobby Hurley was fined $20,000 and suspended for Monday's game against Southern California for a confrontation with the officiating crew following a game this weekend against Stanford.
Drew Peterson scored 16 points and No. 15 Southern California shook off a slow start to defeat Arizona State 78-56 on Monday night.
The Yavapai College Athletic Department on Monday, Jan. 24, announced that is has named Gerrard Carmichael as the new head coach of its reinstated women’s basketball program, which had been in the dark for the past decade.
Christian Koloko had 19 points, 13 rebounds and three blocks to lead No. 3 Arizona past California 96-71 on Sunday afternoon.
NCAA member schools voted to ratify a new, streamlined constitution Thursday, paving the way for a decentralized approach to governing college sports that will hand more power to schools and conferences.
The Pac-12 Conference has reprimanded No. 10 Arizona women's basketball coach Adia Barnes for public comments about officiating following a game against Oregon last weekend.
Shaina Pellington hit a pull-up jumper from just inside the foul line with 0.5 seconds remaining, lifting No. 7 Arizona to a 55-53 victory over Oregon State on Thursday night.
Arizona had a letdown to close the first half, blowing most of a 15-point lead. The Wildcats got the rout going again to start the second half, using their defense to blow past Colorado.
Honesty can be wielded as a weapon in the wrong hands.
Far from the red rocks of Sedona and the bright lights of Phoenix sits a small college in the heart of the Navajo Nation. In Tsaile, Diné College has served as a higher education institution for the Navajo people for over 50 years.
Stetson Bennett delivered the biggest throws of his storybook career and Georgia's defense sealed the sweetest victory in program history, vanquishing rival Alabama 33-18 Monday night for its first national title in 41 years.
Yavapai College’s softball team opens its 2022 season against Salt Lake City Community College at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 28, in the Coyote Classic tournament at Stephanie Lynn Craig Park in Henderson, Nevada.
The Yavapai College baseball team’s offseason will be ending soon, as the Roughriders are scheduled to begin their 2022 season on Friday, Jan. 28, at Roughrider Park in Prescott.
Miura hits 5 3s to help USC beat No. 4 Arizona women 76-67
When second-ranked Duke returned from a COVID-19 outbreak, it didn’t take long for coach Mike Krzyzewski to see just how much work was ahead for the Blue Devils to get back into form.
The NCAA updated its recommended pandemic-related protocols for winter sports athletes and teams to follow the latest federal guidelines on Thursday and also issued a statement to address the scheduling chaos that has hit college basketball for a second consecutive season.
Bennedict Mathurin played a supporting role at Arizona as a freshman, showing off his athleticism only in flashes.
Roger Espinoza, a standout attacker for Yavapai College’s men’s soccer team in 2005 and 2006, will receive the United Soccer Coaches 2021 Honorary All-America Award with his wife, Lo’eau LaBonta, on Saturday, Jan. 22.
Facing Washington's zone defense is tough anytime. Coming out of an extended break, it can be a nightmare.
Baylor is the clear choice for No. 1 in The Associated Press men’s college basketball poll. And the voters seem to agree on the group of teams behind the Bears, too.