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Wildcats go 5-0 in softball tourney in Fla.

Citizen Staff Report

Citizen Staff Report

The University of Arizona softball team completed a perfect weekend with an easy win.

The No. 12-ranked Wildcats (7-2) went 5-0 at the Wilson Tournament in Tampa, Fla., including a 10-0, five-inning win over Hofstra on Sunday.

Lindsey Sisk (3-2) earned the win, holding Hofstra to three hits in four innings.

Stacie Chambers smacked a first-inning grand slam for UA, while Brittany Lastrapes finished 3 for 4.

Saturday, UA beat Illinois 7-4 and host South Florida 6-4.

UA’s home opener is at 4 p.m. Friday against North Dakota State as part of the Wildcat Invitational.

UA swimming

The Wildcat men and women defeated Arizona State on Saturday. The men won 178-83 while the women beat the Sun Devils 174-109.

UA is next in action at the Pac-10 diving championships, starting Feb. 25.

UA tennis

The Wildcat men beat San Francisco 7-0 at home Saturday, while the women beat Rice 4-3 in Lubbock, Texas.

Pima Community College

BASEBALL: The Aztecs (6-2) swept a doubleheader at Eastern Arizona College on Saturday, winning 4-2 and 11-9.

Pima hosts Yavapai College for a doubleheader at noon Tuesday.

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Pima fell to 9-17 with a 81-62 loss to visiting Chandler-Gilbert Community College on Saturday. The Aztecs are next in action at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday when they host Glendale Community College.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: No. 5-ranked Pima (21-4) beat visiting Chandler-Gilbert Community College 80-62 on Saturday behind Tia Morrison’s 26 points and 25 rebounds. The Aztecs host Glendale at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.

SOFTBALL: Pima (13-3) won a pair of games over South Mountain Community College on Saturday, 11-0 and 13-1.

TRACK AND FIELD: At the Paradise Valley Community College Invitational on Saturday, Stephen Bullard (1 minute, 55.3 seconds in the 800 meters) and Brittany Delker (1:42.1 in the 600 meters) both won events.

Pima visits Mesa Community College at 3 p.m. Friday.

UA softball goes 5-0 in Florida tourney

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