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Women’s Tennis

March 7, 2014
PUMAS BEAT GAUCHOS

Women’s Tennis finished the second week of conference play with a close 5-4 win against Glendale Community College on March 6. The win brings the Pumas season record to 2-2.

The Pumas went into singles play needing only one point to clinch the match against a short-handed GCC team. The Pumas struggled to get points until sophomore Nisha Barretto won the match deciding point by dominating her opponent with a decisive 6-2,6-0 victory. Coach Rast said, “I was really impressed with her shot selection today. She played her game and knew that that would be enough. “

The last match of the day was a classic. Freshman Anastasia Ovchinnikova battled at the number two singles with her opponent. She won the first set 6-4, but lost the second set with the same score. The match then went to a super tiebreaker to decide the result. After taking an early lead in the tiebreaker she fell behind and was not able to recover. She lost the tiebreaker 10-7.

Coach Rast had this to say about the day, “This was a hard fought victory for the ladies. The match was decided with two great wins by sophomore Nisha Barretto. Nisha and her partner freshman Cheyenne Stiegmann started the day with a big win at the number two doubles. This was the first time the two were paired together and they amazed me with how well they worked together.”

The Pumas next play a home match on Monday, March 24 against Skagit College at 1:30pm.

GO PUMAS!

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Track & Field

March 31, 2014
PUMA TRACK POSTS 10 WINS AND ONE SCHOOL RECORD

PV Track and Field team hosted the 9th Annual Puma Outdoor Invitational last Thursday-Saturday. The Puma Invitational was a three day event with Distance in the Dark, decathlon and heptathlon contested on Thursday/Friday and the remainder of the meet held Saturday. The Pumas found a great deal of success over the three days, picking up 10 event wins while setting a new school record in the process.

On Saturday morning the Pumas got things started with a bang as the men’s 4x100m relay team won with a national qualifying time of 41.50 seconds. That time shattered the old school record by more than a full second. The success on the track continued for the Pumas as Nico Montanez won the 5000m in a national qualifying time of 14:48.1. That mark currently ranks 3rd in the nation. Craig Mattox was also victorious on Saturday, winning the long jump with a mark of 7.10m (23-3). This was Mattox’s 4th win in the long jump this season. In the 200m sprint, Dionne Marrero was the top collegiate finisher in a time of 21.90 seconds.

The women’s team also achieved a significant amount of success this weekend, picking up six event wins. Shonda Jones was a double event winner for the Pumas finishing on top in the 100m hurdles with a time of 16.06 seconds and the high jump with a mark of 1.56m (5-2). Billie Jo Dytrt won the 3000m steeplechase with a qualifying time of 11:49.8, which currently ranks 2nd in the nation. Jenna Ingram continued the Pumas winning ways with her effort in the pole vault. Ingram picked up the win while setting a new personal best with a jump of 3.50m (11-5). Heather Markovic outdueled her teammate Anna Burrola to win a close contest in the heptathlon with a score of 2709.

The Pumas are off this weekend, but will return to action April 7-8 at the Mesa Classic as well as the Sun Angel Classic.

Men’s Tennis

March 28, 2014
HS DOUBLES TOURNEY

On Friday the tennis program hosted the 9th Annual PVCC High School Doubles Tournament. Teams from Horizon, North Canyon, Saguaro, Shadow Ridge, Pinnacle, Shadow Mt., and Liberty participated in girls and boys division team play. (Notre Dame also participated just in the boys division.)

The tournament was held at PVCC and North Canyon High School. The girls played at the high school while the boys played at PVCC.
The boy’s tournament saw some good play and excellent sportsmanship displayed throughout the day. One coach was very complimentary of all players and coaches, highlighting the respect and fair play they exhibited from beginning to end.
In the boy’s semifinal, Group A winner Pinnacle beat Liberty and Group B winner Shadow Mountain beat North Canyon. The Pinnacle boys’ then captured the championship, beating Shadow Mountain in the final.

The girls semifinals had Pinnacle playing North Canyon and Horizon against Liberty. In the final Pinnacle and Horizon played. With the team match tied at 1-all the number 2 team from Pinnacle sealed the championship with a 9-8 victory.

Thank you to all the teams that participated in this annual event. We wish everyone the best the rest of the season and hope to see you again next season.

GO PUMAS!


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Women’s Tennis

March 28, 2014
HS DOUBLES TOURNEY

On Friday the tennis program hosted the 9th Annual PVCC High School Doubles Tournament. Teams from Horizon, North Canyon, Saguaro, Shadow Ridge, Pinnacle, Shadow Mt., and Liberty participated in girls and boys division team play. (Notre Dame also participated just in the boys division.)

The tournament was held at PVCC and North Canyon High School. The girls played at the high school while the boys played at PVCC.
The boy’s tournament saw some good play and excellent sportsmanship displayed throughout the day. One coach was very complimentary of all players and coaches, highlighting the respect and fair play they exhibited from beginning to end.
In the boy’s semifinal, Group A winner Pinnacle beat Liberty and Group B winner Shadow Mountain beat North Canyon. The Pinnacle boys’ then captured the championship, beating Shadow Mountain in the final.

The girls semifinals had Pinnacle playing North Canyon and Horizon against Liberty. In the final Pinnacle and Horizon played. With the team match tied at 1-all the number 2 team from Pinnacle sealed the championship with a 9-8 victory.

Thank you to all the teams that participated in this annual event. We wish everyone the best the rest of the season and hope to see you again next season.

GO PUMAS!


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Track & Field

January 28, 2014
PUMAS THRIVE AT HOME

PV Track & Field hosted the PVCC Indoor meet on Saturday with many great results from the Pumas. This was only the second meet of the indoor season and already the Pumas have many qualifiers for the national meet in March. Coach Dustin Imdieke expressed his satisfaction with the outing, "I was pleased with the efforts of the team today. Many of the athletes applied the lessons that we learned from the first meet and were more competitive as a result. Moving forward we will strive to learn how to compete on bigger stages against greater competition."

Men’s event winners:
Dionee Marrero: 60m dash 7.00 sec
Chris Webb 3k: 8:50.42
Craig Mattox Long jump: 7.17m

Top three finishers:
Joshua Van Allen 800 2:06.00 2nd pl
Joshua Van Allen 1500 4:26.38 2nd pl
Bo Haddock Pole Vault 4.65 2nd pl

Women’s event winners:
Billie Jo Dytrt 5K 18:57.15

Top three finishers:
Morgan Chilson 60m 8.25 3rd pl
Morgan Chilson 400m 1:04.88 3rd pl
Jenna Ingram Pole Vault 3.35 3rd pl
Shonda Jones Heptathlon 2491 pts 3rd pl

The following athletes have qualified for the Indoor National Championship meet that will be held in New York in March.

Men
Dionne Marrero 60m
Chris Webb 3K
Bo Haddock PV
Craig Mattox LJ

Women
Billie Jo Dytrt 3K and 5K
Shonda Jones High Jump and Heptathlon
Jenna Ingram PV
Beth Krasuski PV

Congrats to those who have qualified!
Go Pumas!



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Women’s Tennis

January 27, 2014
WOMENS TENNIS TEAM GETTING READY TO BEGIN 2014 SEASON

The 2014 Women’s Tennis season is set to begin on Thursday, February 27 and the Pumas could not be more enthusiastic. Coach Feroz Rast is excited for his first season as the head coach of the PVCC Women’s Tennis team. They are looking forward to competing for a chance to go to the National Tournament in May. “We have a really good group of athletes here who are hard working and dedicated to the goal of being the best team possible. We want to build a tradition of excellence here at Paradise Valley, and it starts with our work ethic in practice.”

Coach Rast sees great potential in this team and states that his team knows what it will take to compete for the opportunity to play in the national tournament. “We have some good teams on our schedule and know that we have some work to do to get ready, but ever practice has been great and the team is really focused.”

The team has been practicing since January 13 and looks ahead to their first match on February 27 at Mesa CC.

GO PUMAS!

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Track & Field

January 24, 2014
REVISED TRACK MEET INFORMATION

Some revisions have been made to the meet schedule for the PVCC Indoor on Saturday, January 25.

To see this REVISED info, please see below.

REVISE MEET INFO


PVCC Indoor Track & Field Meet
Saturday, January 25, 2014
(Revised-FINAL SCHEDULE!)

Running Events/ Multi-Events Day Two:
9:00am Men’s Heptathlon 60m hurdles
9:40am Men’s Heptathlon Pole Vault
10:00am 5,000m(Combined) (All 5,000m competitors will be removed from the track by 10:25 a.m.)
10:30am Distance Medley (W/M) (1200-400-800-1600)
11:00am 60m Hurdles(W/M)
11:15am 1500m(W/M)
11:30pm 600m(W/M)
11:45am Men’s Heptathlon 1000m
11:55pm 60m Dash(W/M)
12:15pm 400m(W/M)
12:35pm 200M (Report Call @ Finish Line. Event re-seeded for final)
12:35pm 800m(W/M)
12:55pm 200m(W/M)
1:15pm 1000m(W/M)
1:25pm 3000m(W/M)
1:45pm 4 x 400m(W/M)

Field Events:
Throws:
10:00 Weight throw/ Combined Men and Women
11:45 Shot Put/ Women followed by Men
Vertical Jumps:
11:15 Pole Vault/ Women followed by Men
11:30 High Jump/ Women followed by Men
Horizontal Jumps:
10:00-11:00 Long jump/ Combined Men and Women - open pit
11:30-12:30 Triple jump/ Combined Men and Women - open pit

Vertical Jumps Height Progressions:
Men’s progression
1.65/5-5 – 1.70/5-7 – 1.75/5-9 – 1.80/5-11 – 1.85/6-1 – 1.90/6-3 – 1.95/6-5 2.00/6-6½ – 2.05/6-8½ - 2.10/6-10½ - 2.15/7-0½
Women’s progression
1.36/4-5½ – 1.41/4-7½ – 1.46/4-9½ – 1.51/4-11½ – 1.56/5-1½ – 1.61/5-3½ 1.66/5-5½ - 1.71/5-7½ – 1.76/5-9½

Pole Vault:
Women’s progression
2.60/8-6½ – 2.75/9-0½ – 2.90/9-6 – 3.05/10-0 – 3.20/10-6 3.35/11-0 – 3.50/11-6 – 3.65/11-11½ – 3.75/12-3½ – 3.85/12-7½
3.90/12-9½…
Men’s progression
3.75/12-3½ – 3.90/12-9½ – 4.05/13-3½ – 4.20/13-9½ – 4.35/14-3½
4.50/14-9 – 4.65/15-3 – 4.80/15-9 – 4.90/16-¾ – 5.00/16-4¾
5.10/16-8¾ …


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Track & Field

January 24, 2014
INAUGURAL BASEBALL ALUMNI GAME TOMORROW!

Join us tomorrow at 11am for the inaugural baseball alumni game here at PV. The 2014 Pumas will face those that came before, the men who helped build the program since its inception in 2009. Come see what the 2014 team has in store and what the alums still have in the tank. See you there!

Game Day Itinerary

11:00am Alumni Game First Pitch
10:30am Field Prep
10:15pm Alumni Pre- Game
10:00pm Pumas 2014 Pre- Game
9:30am Alumni BP on field
9:15am Pumas 2014 BP in Cage
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Track & Field

January 21, 2014
PUMAS MAKE A RUN FOR IT

The 2014 Indoor Track & Field season got underway on Saturday as PVCC hosted the Puma Indoor Meet. Several student-athletes put up solid performances in their first endeavor of the season.

Men’s Recap:
Dionee Marrero - Double winner in the 60m (7.07) and 200m (22.35)
Craig Mattox - Winner in the Long Jump (6.99m or 22’ 11”)
Payson Bobier - Winner in the 400m (50.77)
Joshua Van Allen - Winner in the 1000m (2:47.92)
Logan Morris - Winner of the High jump (1.75m or 5’ 8”)

Women’s Recap:
Shonda Jones – Winner in the High Jump with a national qualify mark (1.56m or 5’ 1”)
Billie Jo Dytrt - 2nd place in the 3000m with a national qualifying mark (10:47.92)\

Next up for the Pumas is the PVCC Indoor meet right here at home on January 24 & 25. Come on out and cheer us on!

Congratulations and good luck with the rest of the season Pumas!
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Track & Field

January 21, 2014
2014 HOME TRACK MEET INFORMATION

PVCC Track and Field will host its PVCC Indoor meet this Friday, January 24 and Saturday, January 25.

For information on this meet please click the following.

PVCC Indoor

Go Pumas!

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Track & Field

January 14, 2014
2014 HOME TRACK MEET INFORMATION

PVCC track and Field will host its Puma Indoor meet this Saturday, January 18.

For information on this meet please click the following.

January 18, 2014 - Puma Indoor

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Women’s Tennis

February 28, 2014
WOMEN'S TENNIS COMPLETES FIRST WEEK OF CONFERENCE PLAY

The Paradise Valley women’s tennis team wrapped up their first week of conference play on Thursday with a tough 9-0 loss to Mesa Community College.

The ladies traveled to play Eastern Arizona College on Tuesday where they fell with a similar team score of 9-0. The Pumas record now stands at 1-2.

Coach Rast had the following to say about the weeks play, “The team is really playing hard, and the scores are not fully reflecting the play on the court. We have played two quality teams this week, both of which rank very high in the nation and we have fought for each point. We are improving every match and I am excited with our growth early in the season. “


The Pumas play again on March 6 at home. Match time is 1:30pm. Come out and support your Pumas!

Track & Field

February 21, 2013
TRACK & FIELD HEADED TO THE BIG APPLE

The Paradise Valley Community College Men’s and Women’s Track & Field teams have been training and competing strongly this indoor season. Their efforts have been in preparation for the NJCAA Indoor National Championships, held at the world famous Armory Track and Field Center in New York City. With 14 athletes meeting the qualifying standard, and three new school records, the results have been impressive.

At the Tyson Invite in Arkansas Chris Webb set a new school record in the mile (4:08.92) and is currently the top ranked athlete in the country. Dionee Marrero has also set a new school record in the 200m (21.99). Marrero is qualified in both the 60m and 200m. At the Mountian T’s Invite at NAU Craig Mattox also broke a school record in the long jump with a leap of 24-1 (7.34). That mark is currently the 6th best jump in the country.

Several more Pumas have also met the qualifying standard including Bryant James (200m), Brandon Wheat (800), Nico Montanez (3000m), Bo Haddock (Pole Vault), Keith Williams (Pole Vault), and Logan Morris (Heptathlon). On the women’s side Billie Jo Dytrt has qualified in both the 3000m and 5000m, and is currently ranked in the nation’s top five for the 5000m. Callie Clark has also qualified in the 5000m, in addition to Bethany Krasuski (Pole Vault), Jenna Ingram (Pole Vault), and Shonda Jones (High Jump).

The Pumas will travel to New York City to compete at the Indoor National Championship March 7-8.

GO PUMAS!

Track & Field

February 20, 2014
INDOOR TRACK & FIELD HEADED TO THE BIG APPLE

The Paradise Valley Community College Men’s and Women’s Track & Field teams have been training and competing strongly this indoor season. Their efforts have been in preparation for the NJCAA Indoor National Championships, to be held at the world famous Armory Track & Field Center in New York City. With 14 athletes meeting the qualifying standard, and three new school records, the results have been impressive.

At the Tyson Invite in Arkansas Chris Webb set a new school record in the mile (4:08.92) and is currently the top ranked athlete in the country. Dionee Marrero has also set a new school record in the 200m (21.99). Marrero is qualified in both the 60m and 200m. At the Mountian T’s Invite at NAU Craig Mattox also broke a school record in the long jump with a leap of 24-1 (7.34). That mark is currently the 6th best jump in the country.

Several more Pumas have also met the qualifying standard including Bryant James (200m), Brandon Wheat (800), Nico Montanez (3000m), Bo Haddock (Pole Vault), Keith Williams (Pole Vault), and Logan Morris (Heptathlon). On the women’s side Billie Jo Dytrt has qualified in both the 3000m and 5000m, and is currently ranked in the nation’s top five for the 5000m. Callie Clark has also qualified in the 5000m, in addition to Bethany Krasuski (Pole Vault), Jenna Ingram (Pole Vault), and Shonda Jones (High Jump).

The Pumas will travel to New York City to compete at the Indoor National Championship March 7-8.

GO PUMAS!

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Men’s Soccer

February 11, 2014
MEN’S SOCCER OPEN TRYOUT ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22

The Paradise Valley CC men’s soccer program will be conducting an open tryout at 9:00am, Saturday, February 22. Sign-ups for the men’s soccer tryout will begin at 8:00am. The tryout will be held at the Paradise Valley CC soccer practice field.

Each player must provide their own workout clothes, shin guards and cleats. PVCC soccer will provide other needed equipment for use during the tryout.

IMPORTANT
Each participant will need to complete an Assumption of Risk Form and a Contact Information Form. If the student-athlete is under 18 years of age, a parent must also sign these forms. The forms must be on hand and signed to be eligible to participate. You can download the forms below.

Also required to participate is a copy of a physical dated within the past 12 months. Physicals dated prior to February 22, 2013 will not be accepted. Physicals must include Doctor’s signature and clearance to participate in athletics. PVCC Athletic Trainers will be present to clear participants. Anyone without the appropriate paperwork will not be allowed to participate in this tryout.

2014 Men’s Soccer Tryout Forms

Please call or email with any question.
Zac Ludwig - PVCC Men’s Soccer Head Coach
602-787-7173
zachary.ludwig@paradisevalley.edu

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Track & Field

February 11, 2014
SCHOOL RECORDS FALL IN FLAGSTAFF

Last weekend the PV Track and Field teams competed at the Mountain T’s Invite at Northern Arizona University as well as at the Glendale Indoor Invite held at Glendale Community College.

In Flagstaff, Craig Mattox set a new school record in the long jump with a winning jump of 24-1 (7.34). This mark currently ranks as the 5th best jump in the nation. Mattox said, “I had certain goals for this week and I was able to accomplish them, allowing me to set new goals even higher”.

Also setting a new school record was Dionee Marrero, who raced to a time of 21.99 in the 200m. This was good for 7th place out of 48 competitors. Marrero returned to the track on Saturday, placing 4th in the 60m dash in a time of 6.95. Both of these times meet the qualifying standard for the NJCAA Indoor National Championships to be held at the Armory in New York City on March 7-8. After the race Marrero said, “My mind was ready and I ran the race the way my coach and I had planned and my performance was good”.

Competing in the Men’s heptathlon, Logan Morris tallied 4,043 points good for 8th place, and another national qualifying mark. Morris is currently ranked 7th in the nation.

On the Women’s side Shonda Jones, Heather Markovic, Anna Burrola, and Rylie Matthews competed in the pentathlon. Each of these Pumas competed well, all recording personal bests.

The Pumas found additional success at the Glendale Invite. Nico Montanez won both the 1000m run (2:38.43) and 1500m run (4:07.02), both of which are national qualifying marks. Billie Jo Dytrt was also impressive, winning the women’s 1000m (3:14.72) and placing 2nd in the 1500m (4:59.12). Dytrt currently ranks in the top 10 nationally in the mile, 3000m, and 5000m.

Beth Krasuski finished in a tie for first in the Pole Vault with a jump of 10-5.75 (3.20). Krasuski is currently the 8th ranked jumper in the country. Also in the pole vault, Bo Haddock jumped 15-9 (4.80), good for a runner-up finish. Haddock is currently the 2nd ranked jumper in the country.

Callie Wilcox was the top collegiate finisher in the 5000m with a national qualifying mark of 19:14.98. Bryant James and Morgan Chilson also competed strongly, recording personal bests in the 60m dash.

Coach Dustin Imdieke said, “I was very proud of the way our kids stepped up this weekend. We were faced with a different level of competition today and they were able to rise to the occasion. As we move towards the Indoor National Championships, these types of experiences will be invaluable”.

The Pumas will travel again this weekend with a group of athletes heading to the prestigious Tyson Invitational at the University of Arkansas, while the rest of the team will head to Pima Community College in Tucson.


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Women’s Tennis

February 10, 2014
GAME, SET, MATCH

Paradise Valley Community College women's tennis team opened its 2014 campaign with a great win against Imperial Valley College from California.

The match started with doubles and the Pumas really played hard, but lost all three doubles matches. Their hard work paid off in singles as the Pumas pulled off all six singles points to clinch a 6-3 team victory. “It was amazing to see how we did not let the doubles loses roll over into our single play. It actually got us to focus in on the task at hand. We knew exactly what we needed to do to win the match and all six players went in with the mind set of, do your job, and win your match” said head coach Feroz Rast.

"I'm very proud of team," said head coach Feroz Rast "It is a great way to start the season, the ladies really came into the match with the right attitude and earned a hard fought victory.”

The Pumas next play against Eastern College on Feb. 25. This will be the first conference opponent of the season.

GO PUMAS!

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Women’s Tennis

April 9, 2014
PUMAS WIN

The Pumas are back to their winning ways. The PV women’s tennis team got back on track on Tuesday after winning against Glendale Community College 7-2. It was a dominant team performance against a team they had beat PV 5-4 last time.

The Pumas swept the doubles and only lost two matches in singles. The day started with a strong showing by Clementine Eckert and Anastasia Ovchinnikova at the number 1 doubles winning 8-5. The number two doubles team of Nisha Barretto and Nicole Nsa pulled off a thrilling win of 9-8 (7-5).

Singles play had some great matches from a couple of freshmen, Anastasia pulling off a great win in three sets (1-6, 6-2, 10-7) at the number 2 singles while freshman Cheyenne Stiegmann lost her match in a hard fought three setter. (6-4, 7-6, 10-8)

Coach Feroz Rast on the day’s action, “We really needed a good match from the entire team. We have been in a slump the last few matches and this is exactly what we needed. It was great to see our doubles win their matches and have that positive energy going into singles.”

The Pumas only have one match left before the region tournament. They will take on Pima Community College next Tuesday at PVCC.

GO PUMAS!

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News

April 9, 2014
PUMA OLYMPIAN HONORED NATIONALLY BY NJCAA

Former Puma April Steiner-Bennett (Pole Vault) was honored last week with a 2014 NJCAA Service and Recognition award. The awards were presented last week during the opening ceremonies of the 73rd NJCAA Annual Meeting. The NJCAA ACHIEVEMENT AWARD was awarded to former NJCAA student-athletes who have displayed outstanding athletic ability in national, Olympic or international competition and possess excellent ethical character.

April Steiner-Bennett began her successful career as a pole-vaulter at Paradise Valley, winning an NJCAA national championship in the event in 1999 with an NJCAA-record vault. Steiner-Bennett moved on to the University of Arkansas where she earned NCAA All-America honors six times. In 2008, April recorded a personal-best jump in the Olympic Trials to earn a spot on the U.S. Olympic Team for the Beijing Summer Games.

CONGRATS APRIL!


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Women’s Tennis

April 2, 2014
WOMEN'S TENNIS STILL SWINGING

The PVCC womens tennis team played their only match of the week against Mesa Community College on Tuesday. They lost 9-0. The team played hard and fought in every match.

The highlight of the day was at the number one flight. Clementine Eckert of PVCC played an exciting match against the number one from Mesa, Ashley Wingersky. The match went back and forth and each set could have gone either way. The final score was 6-3,6-3.

"I am so proud of the way Clementine played today, it was great seeing her play her best against a good opponent. She was so close to pulling off the win. I am hoping this is a turning point for her this season and she builds on this match and goes into the final stretch of the season playing her best” said head coach Feroz Rast.

The loss brings the PVCC season record to 2-6. They play again on Tuesday April 8 at Glendale Community College.

GO PUMAS!
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Men’s Soccer

April 16, 2014
MEN'S SOCCER OPEN TRYOUT MAY 3, 2014

The Paradise Valley CC men’s soccer program will be conducting an open tryout at 10:30am, Saturday, May 3. Sign-ups for the men’s soccer tryout will begin at 10:00am. The tryout will be held at the Paradise Valley CC soccer practice field.

Each player must provide their own workout clothes, shin guards and cleats. PVCC soccer will provide other needed equipment for use during the tryout.

IMPORTANT
Each participant will need to complete an Assumption of Risk Form and a Contact Information Form. If the student-athlete is under 18 years of age, a parent must also sign these forms. The forms must be on hand and signed to be eligible to participate. You can download the forms below.

Also required to participate is a copy of a physical dated within the past 12 months. Physicals dated prior to February 22, 2013 will not be accepted. Physicals must include Doctor’s signature and clearance to participate in athletics. PVCC Athletic Trainers will be present to clear participants. Anyone without the appropriate paperwork will not be allowed to participate in this tryout.

2014 Men’s Soccer Tryout Forms

Please call or email with any question.
Freddy Delgado, Sr. - PVCC Men’s Soccer Head Coach
602-787-7173
fred.delgado@paradisevalley.edu

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Men’s Soccer

April 15, 2014
BASEBALL OPEN TRYOUT MAY 17, 2014

Paradise Valley Community College and Gateway Community College Baseball Programs will be conducting an open tryout together on Saturday, May 17, 2014. Sign-ups for the baseball tryouts will begin at 8:00am for pitchers and catchers. Registration will begin at 11:00am for position players and any hitters. The baseball tryouts will be held at Paradise Valley Community College baseball field. There is a $10.00 charge to attend this tryout. Each player must provide their own workout clothes, baseball spikes, and glove. PVCC Baseball will provide Baum bats, baseballs, and other needed equipment for use during the tryout.

Please inform any of your graduating seniors who you feel have been overlooked and you feel can play college level baseball. Any interested players may contact Victor Solis at 602-787-7031 or email him at victor.solis@pvmail.maricopa.edu. You may also contact Rob Shabansky at 602-286-8215 or email him at robert.shabansky@gwmail.maricopa.edu.

To be eligible for the baseball try- outs, please have the student/ athlete contact me so that I can place their name on the tryout list. Walk- ups will be allowed. Each participant will need to complete an Assumption of Risk Form, contact information form, and also bring a copy of their current physical form stating that they are cleared to play baseball. If the student/athlete is under 18 years of age, a parent must also sign these forms. The two forms will be available the day of the tryout, can be picked up in advance at either schools baseball office, or they can be emailed from either head coach directly to them. The form must be on hand and signed to be eligible to participate.

Please call or email with any question.


2014 Baseball Tryout Forms

Please call or email with any question.
Victor Solis - PVCC Baseball Head Coach
602-787-7031
victor.solis@pvmail.maricopa.edu

Rob Shabansky - GWCC Baseball Head Coach
602-286-8215
robert.shabansky@gwmail.maricopa.edu

Men’s Soccer

2014-04-04