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32 Roughriders Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll

For the Spring Semester, 32 Yavapai College Student-Athletes were named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll earning a 3.0 GPA or higher. 7 of those Student-Athletes achieved a 4.0 for the semester. 7 more Student-athletes just missed the honor with a 2.9 GPA. Great Academic Semester for the Roughriders!!! * Kelly Bumb– Volleyball * Mason Buron – Soccer * Alexandra Hauck – Volleyball * Sydney Hauck - Volle ...

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3 Roughriders Earn Softball All-ACCAC or NJCAA DI All-Region

On Monday, he ACCAC announced its 2015 softball awards. The conference’s 13 head coaches voted on the All-Conference/Region teams, as well as the Player of the Year, Coach of the Year and Freshman of the Year. http://www.accac.org/sports/sball/2014-15/releases/2015-4-28_softball_all_conference The Roughriders Jocilyn Ellis, Samantha Blair and Nicole Matta were named to the All-ACCAC and NJCAA Division I All ...

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Softball Sweeps Glendale

The Roughrider softball team finished the 2015 season with a doubleheader sweep of Glendale Community College, 8-3 and 10-9. Yavapai played the role as “spoiler” as the two losses knocked the Gauchos from playoff contention. Yavapai concludes the year with a 31-27 overall record and 25-23 in the ACCAC standings. YC had total control of the first game but had to come back in the second winning the game on a ...

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Roughriders Grab 2 Wins From Thunderbirds

The Roughrider softball team swept a Tuesday afternoon doubleheader over Mesa Community College, 3-2 and 6-4. The Roughriders are now, 29-27 overall and 23-23 in ACCAC action. MCC falls to 23-31 on the year and 18-30 in the conference standings. In the opener, both teams were held scoreless through the first three innings. YC broke the ice in their half of the fourth with a lone run. Mesa responded with a t ...

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Softball Splits Doubleheader with Scottsdale

The Roughrider softball team split a doubleheader Tuesday afternoon with Scottsdale Community College. YC dropped the first game 14-11 and bounced back in the nightcap winning 9-4. Yavapai’s record now stands at 27-27 and 21-23 in the conference standings. Scottsdale is 21-30-1 overall and 17-25 in the ACCAC. In the opener, Yavapai held a comfortable seven-run lead in the third inning, but a big comeback by ...

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Softball’s Ellis is Player of the Week

For the fifth time this season, a Yavapai College softball player has been named the ACCAC Division I Player of the Week. For her efforts last week, Jocilynn Ellis was named the conference POW. Ellis went 7 for 12 (.583) including 3 home runs and a double. She was credited with 10 RBI and scored 5 runs. For the season, the Medford, Oregon product is hitting .426 with 5 home runs and 44 runs batted. She has ...

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Roughriders Stomp on Geckos

The Roughrider softball team swept a home doubleheader Tuesday afternoon at Bill Vallely Field over Gateway Community College, 8-0 and 14-6, both run-rule shortened games. Yavapai improves to 26-24 on the year ad 20-20 in ACCAC play. YC used a six-run explosion in the fourth inning of the first game to lift the home team to the 8-0 win. The Riders scored in the fourth on a single by Shelby Burke, a groundou ...

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Softball Drops 2 in Yuma

The Roughrider softball team was swept in a doubleheader in Yuma Saturday afternoon at the hands for the Matadors from Arizona Western College, 7-0 and 7-6. YC is now 24-24 overall and 18-20 in ACCAC play. Offensively, the Riders could only muster five hits with Nicole Matta going 2 for 3. Samantha Blair couldn't get it done on the rubber taking a loss. She allowed seven runs in five innings, walked none an ...

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Roughriders Drop 2 to Gila Monsters

The Roughrider softball team dropped a conference doubleheader to fellow ACCAC DI opponent Eastern Arizona College Tuesday afternoon at Bill Vallely Field. Yavapai falls to 22-22 overall and 16-18 in conference play. In the opener, YC lost 7-6 after a surprise rally turned a four-run fifth inning advantage into a Gila Monster victory. Jocilynn Ellis racked up two RBIs on two hits for the home team. She home ...

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