Softball | 04/13/2021
YUMA, Ariz---For the second time in as many homestands, the #17 Arizona Western Lady Matadors (23-10 overall, 11-5 ACCAC) fell to a ranked opponent, dropping the double-header to the #14 Yavapai RoughRiders (21-5 overall, 16-2 ACCAC) Tuesday afternoon at Charlie Dine Field.
The offense just never put together enough runs, failing to support Anahi Grijalva for the third consecutive start in a 1-0 loss in Game 1.read more
Men's Soccer | 04/10/2021
PHOENIX, Ariz---Three goals equated to the third straight ACCAC win for the Arizona Western Matadors (4-1 overall, 3-0 ACCAC) as they knocked off the Phoenix College Bears (2-1 overall, 2-1 ACCAC) Saturday evening.
Michele Signorelli, Michael Appiah and Hugo Catherine all delivered goals in the Matadors victory Saturday night.
Gianni Honsel and Atsuki Sato combined for the third straight clean sheet for Arizona Western.read more
Women's Soccer | 04/10/2021
YUMA, Ariz---Another shorthanded effort came up short as the Arizona Western Matadors (1-2 overall, 0-1 ACCAC) lost to a tough Phoenix College Bears (3-0 overall, 3-0 ACCAC) Saturday night on the Matador Soccer Field.
Phoenix struck for a pair of goals twenty minutes in, just two minutes apart, staking the 2-0 lead.
The physical contest saw six total yellow cards, four of which were against the Matadors.read more
Men's Basketball | 04/10/2021
DOUGLAS, Ariz-A lopsided second half ended up putting the end to the Arizona Western Matadors (11-3 overall) Region I Championship bid as they fell 83-62 to the Cochise Apaches (11-2 overall) Saturday afternoon in the Region I Final.
The Matadors hung tight in the opening half and slowly slid behind Cochise, in what was mostly a 1 and 2 point difference for much of the period, to a five point hole at the half.read more
Softball | 04/10/2021
COOLIDGE, Ariz--Despite dropping their third straight in the opener of the double-header, the #14 Arizona Western Matadors (22-8 overall, 11-3 ACCAC) bounced back to salvage a split at the Central Arizona Vaqueras (17-10 overall, 11-7 ACCAC) Saturday afternoon.
The Matadors failed to give Anahi Grijalva any run support in the first game and mustered just two hits against Central starter Sarah Norton, who racked up 13 k's.read more