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Arizona State women’s basketball coach Charli Turner Thorne said she sees plenty of advantages to recruiting locally, starting with players having a support system nearby.
Many successful women will agree that support is a big part of growing.
Last week, more than 35 female engineers from Raytheon, the University of Arizona, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and other organizations came to work with nearly 50 middle school girls. The object of last week’s activities was to mentor middle school girls in everything from electrical to aerospace engineering.
The Pima Community College women’s soccer team (3-3-1, 3-3-1 in conference) played extra minutes on Thursday that ended in a 2-2 tie against Phoenix College at the Rose Mofford Sports Complex in Phoenix.
The Pima Community College women’s tennis team (10-3, 3-1 in conference) won its sixth straight match after defeating Paradise Valley Community College 9-0 on Tuesday in Phoenix.
SaddleBrooke residents Faith and Si Simantel watch as the 15th annual MountainView Collegiate Women’s Golf Invitational takes place last week. The tournament had 84 golfers from 15 colleges compete Friday and Saturday.
University of Wyoming’s Stacey Blunt blasts out of a bunker during the opening round of golf last Friday. Blunt shot a 78, a 75, and 76.
University of Indiana’s Eva Schoenwald reacts after a shot Friday.
Women gather on the green on the MountainView golf course during the MountainView Collegiate Women’s Golf Invitational.
Savana Bezdicek from Northern Arizona University tees off. Bezdicek finished the invitational 4 over for 20th place.
Kathy Boehm of the College of Charleston finished 14th, ending the invitational 3 over.
Gabby Dominguez of Texas Tech finished second place with her three rounds being 5 under par.
The Pima Community College women’s tennis team (6-3, 2-1 in conference) swept through doubles competition and controlled the singles in its 8-1 win on Tuesday at Mesa Community College.
The Pima Community College women’s tennis team (5-3, 1-1) got back on track in conference play on Tuesday as it shut out Glendale Community College 9-0 at the West Campus.
The Pima Community College women’s golf team finished in second place out of six teams on Tuesday in its first tournament of the season at the Legacy Golf Course in Laveen.
The Pima Community College women’s basketball team (11-11, 7-6 in conference) came alive in the second half to beat Eastern Arizona College 88-80 on Saturday at the West Campus’ Aztec Gym.
The women’s basketball team (1-4) dropped its final game as part of the Salt Lake Community College tournament on Saturday to Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah (USU-Eastern) 62-55.
The women’s basketball team (1-2) dropped its first game as part of the Salt Lake Community College Tournament to Snow College 65-60 on Thursday in Salt Lake City, UT.
The women’s basketball team (1-0), ranked No. 6 in the NJCAA National Poll, defeated Frank Phillips College (Texas) 83-70 on Thursday in the first day of the Eastern Arizona Tournament.
The women’s soccer team (11-6) gave itself a cushion in the first half scoring three goals as it defeated Mesa Community College 4-1 on Thursday at the West Campus’ Aztec Field. Cami Barbera (Ironwood Ridge HS) scored two goals and Kathy Fisher (Sahuaro HS) had a goal and an assist for the Aztecs.
The women’s soccer (6-4) team snapped a 4-game losing streak on Tuesday after it beat Glendale Community College 3-1 at the Rose Mofford Sports Complex. The Aztecs had scored three goals in their previous four games.
The women’s soccer team (5-3) dropped its third game in a row after losing to Mesa Community College 3-0 on Thursday.