Central Arizona Breezes to Region 1 Division I Championship — Central Arizona outscored its opposition 26-6 in winning three consecutive games to capture the NJCAA Region 1 Division I title and a berth into the NJCAA Division I National Championship Tournament. | more |

Phoenix College Defeats Chandler-Gilbert in Opening Round — Phoenix, the top seed, defeated #4 seed Chandler-Gilbert 11-0 in five innings to advance in the winner's bracket of the NJCAA Region 1 Division II Tournament. Results from games one or three have not been reported at this time. | more |

Top-Seeded Pima Set to Host NJCAA Region 1 Division I Softball Championship — On May 6th and 7th, Pima Community College will play host to the NJCAA Region 1 Division I Tournament. | more |

Schedule Set for NJCAA Region 1 Division II Softball Championships — On May 6th and 7th, Phoenix College will host the NJCAA Region I Division 2 Tournament. PC, the top seed and NJCAA's #1 ranked Division 2 program, will face Chandler-Gilbert at 12:30 pm. Mesa and Glendale will open the tourney at 10 am. | more |

Phoenix' Chelsie Mesa Selected ACCAC's Best — Phoenix College sophomore shortstop Chelsie Mesa, a University of Arizona signee, has been named the 2005 ACCAC Player of the Year. Following are links to all ACCAC and NJCAA Region I honors. NJCAA All-Region 1 Teams | All-ACCAC Teams

Stats, Scores and More — The links above are now updated for games through April 24, 2005.

Pima Regains Top Spot in ACCAC, Sports Pair of Honorees — Pima went undefeated in four outings this past week to regain the top spot in the ACCAC standings. Leading the way for the Lady Aztecs were Nicole Johnson, the ACCAC Pitcher of the Week, and Lisa Parks, the Conference's Batter of the Week. | more |

PC Pair Keeps Bears Rolling — Phoenix College's Roxanne Bejarano has won her second straight ACCAC Pitcher of the Week honor while teammate Casey Wheeler's 8-for-12 week at the plate earned her ACCAC Batter of the Week honors. The Bears are ranked #1 in the NJCAA Division II national rankings and swept a doubleheader this past week from Pima, the NJCAA's top-ranked Division I squad. | more |

Parks Keeps Pima at #1, Earns Top NJCAA Weekly Honor — Lisa Parks went 3-for-3 with three home runs and then was intentionally walked six times in her next eight plate appearances to help Pima stay at the top of the NJCAA Division I National rankings and earn the NJCAA Division I National Player of the Week award for the week ending April 10th. | more |

Phoenix College Sweeps ACCAC's Weekly Honors — The duo of Roxanne Bejarno and Chelsie Mesa led Phoenix College, the NJCAA's top-ranked Division II squad, to a perfect 4-0 week. Bejarno earned the ACCAC Pitcher of the Week honor after a pair of shutout victories while Mesa his .818 on the week three doubles, four homers and 14 RBI to earn the ACCAC Batter of theWeek award. | more |

ACCAC Places Three Teams in NJCAA Division I & II Polls — The ACCAC is flexing its muscle in the NJCAA Division I and Division II softball polls with three programs ranked in each poll. Pima Community College and Phoenix College lead the way, ranking #1 in Division I and Division II respectively. | Division I Poll | Division II Poll |

Pima's Lesho Named NJCAA National Player of the Week — Infielder Whitney Lesho has been selected the NJCAA Division I National Player of the Week for the week ending April 3rd. | more |

Pair of Defending National Champs Earn ACCAC Honors — Ashley Monceaux and Whitney Lesho have been selected the ACCAC Pitcher and Batter of the week for the week ending April 4. The pair helped Pima, the defending NJCAA Division I National Champions, to a 4-0 record on the week. | more |

Phoenix College Gose Undefeated for MCCD Tournament Title — The Phoenix Bears went 9-0 and outscored its opposition 70-7 over two days to walk away with the MCCD Tournament Championship.

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