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Former Cat not picked as all-star

Citizen Staff Writer



Former Arizona standout Marcus Williams, who would be a senior on this year’s UA team, did not make the NBDL all-star team.

He is averaging 20.6 points, 7.0 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game.

The National Basketball Development League game is set for Feb. 14 in New York. The teams were selected via fan balloting and the league coaches.

Williams left UA after his sophomore season and was drafted in the second round by the San Antonio Spurs.

Pima softball splits

The No. 23-ranked Pima Community College softball team split a doubleheader Tuesday, losing to host Phoenix College 12-4 and then winning 9-7.

Chelsea Evanoff (Sabino High) earned the win in the second game.

Danielle Bravo (Amphi) was 2 for 2, while Elisa Stensby drove in three runs.

Pima (5-3) will play in the Eastern Arizona Tournament in Thatcher on Friday and Saturday.

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