For the third time this season, the Embry-Riddle softball team played the second-place team in the Cal Pac in a series, this time matching up with Marymount California. The Eagles started the day four games in front of the Mariners, and it stayed that way as the teams split a doubleheader to start the weekend.
A day after the Embry-Riddle baseball team took a doubleheader from La Sierra, the Eagles lost both games of a doubleheader to its Cal Pac foe. While ERAU lost twice and split the four-game series, the Eagles still earned the win of the conference series, as only the first three games counted toward the Cal Pac standings.
The NJCAA Division I No. 2-ranked Yavapai College softball team smashed a whopping 10 home runs in a doubleheader sweep of South Mountain April 12 at Bill Vallely Field in Prescott, perhaps overshadowing the Roughriders’ second 19-game winning streak of the 2022 season.
On a windy, chilly afternoon at Roughrider Park April 12, the Yavapai College baseball team secured a much-needed doubleheader sweep of Pima, which narrowly trails the Roughriders in the Arizona Conference (ACCAC) standings.
Yavapai College freshman e-sports player and men’s soccer standout Mael Lopes defeated Arizona Western College in the FIFA 22 video game on Monday night, April 11, ending his regular season with a 6-2 record.
The NJCAA Division I #2-ranked Yavapai College softball team continues its home stand this week at Bill Vallely Field in Prescott when it hosts two Arizona Conference (ACCAC) doubleheaders against South Mountain Tuesday, April 12, and NJCAA D-II #1 Phoenix College Saturday, April 16.
A big week in Arizona Conference (ACCAC) action has arrived for the Yavapai College baseball team, as it plays host to Pima and Cochise Tuesday, April 12, and Saturday, April 16, respectively, at Roughrider Park in Prescott.
Yavapai College baseball split an Arizona Conference (ACCAC) doubleheader at Chandler-Gilbert Tuesday afternoon, losing the first game 4-3 but rebounding with a 9-1 win in the second game to remain in fourth place in the conference’s Division I standings.
The Great Kansas Comeback, as it will forever be known in the history books, is about more than just one stifling, scintillating 20-minute stretch of Jayhawks basketball.
For the fifth time this season, the NJCAA Division I No. 2 Yavapai College softball team has swept the Arizona Conference’s (ACCAC) weekly awards, the conference office announced Monday night, April 4.
Vladimir Tarasenko scored twice, Pavel Buchnevich had a goal and two assists, and the St. Louis Blues beat the Arizona Coyotes 5-1 on Monday night.
Kansas brought its fourth NCAA title back home Monday thanks to a second-half flurry that erased a 16-point deficit and eventually overcame North Carolina 72-69 in an epic battle of power programs.
The NJCAA Division I No. 2-ranked Yavapai College softball team swept an Arizona Conference (ACCAC) doubleheader from Paradise Valley, 16-0 and 12-1, April 2 in Phoenix to extend its winning streak to 15 games.
Yavapai College’s baseball team swept an Arizona Conference (ACCAC) doubleheader from Gateway April 2 at Roughrider Park in Prescott after tallying 12-2 and 13-8 wins.
They laughed at each other. They laughed with each other. They shared meals, shared moments, dared teammates to play them in ping-pong, got serious when it was time for schoolwork and got very serious when it was time for basketball.
Dawn Staley hoisted the championship trophy high, strutted around the court and stopped only for a brief victory dance. She handed over the hardware to South Carolina's student band, then headed back to midcourt for more merriment.
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski’s remarkable career came to thrilling and sudden close Saturday night after Caleb Love made a key 3-pointer and three late free throws to lift archrival North Carolina to a thrill-a-minute 81-77 victory over the Blue Devils.
Ochai Agbaji followed a celebrating stream of Kansas players off the floor at the Final Four, their shouts of “One more!” echoing all the way up the tunnel of the Superdome and right to the door of their locker room. One more game awaits, the biggest of their careers.
Geno Auriemma and the UConn Huskies are back in the NCAA title game for the first time in six years after getting through one of the most difficult seasons of the Hall of Fame coach’s career.
This time, Aliyah Boston and the South Carolina Gamecocks were smiling as they strutted off the court at the Final Four.
Tommy Lloyd spent 22 years as Mark Few's right-hand man turning Gonzaga into a national powerhouse. He needed just one season to return Arizona to prominence.
Little by little, Yavapai College is steadily rebuilding its women’s basketball program that was reinstated this past September.
A bunch of one-and-done phenoms brought together by Kentucky coach John Calipari stepped onto the floor into the spotlight of the cavernous Superdome 10 years ago, oozing with the kind of NBA potential that made it clear their college basketball careers were about to end at the Final Four.
The Yavapai College softball team’s impressive campaign continues this week with a pair of ACCAC doubleheaders. This week, the Roughriders face the Mesa Community College Thunderbirds and Paradise Valley Community College Pumas.
The Arizona Coyotes want a new state law that legalizes sports betting changed to allow them to keep running their mobile sports gambling operation when they move from Glendale to Arizona State University's hockey arena next season.