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UA men’s swimming

The Wildcats are in third place after two days of the Pacific-10 Conference meet in Long Beach, Calif. The meet continues through Saturday.

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Pima softball

The Aztecs improved to 25-5 with a pair of easy wins Thursday.

The Aztecs beat visiting El Paso (Texas) CC 9-1 and 8-0 in a nonconference doubleheader.

Chelsea Evanoff (Sabino) earned the win in the first game, while Illiana Teran (Sunnyside) won the second contest.

Elisa Stensby had a pair of hits in each game for Pima, which hosts Glendale for a doubleheader starting at noon Saturday.

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Pima women’s tennis

The Aztecs beat visiting Eastern Arizona 6-3 on Thursday to improve to 3-3.

Pima is off until next Thursday, when it hosts Mesa at 1:30 p.m.

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