Pima Community College media-relations director Ray Suarez contributed to this report:
The Pima Community College women’s soccer team (4-4-1, 3-2-1 in ACCAC) continued its upward trajectory with a conference road win Saturday.
The Aztecs scored five goals in the first half and defeated Paradise Valley Community College 7-1 to win their third straight game. The Aztecs have gone 3-0-1 in the last four games and outscored their opponents 17-5 in the process.
Sophomore Kyleigh Oliver (Salpointe Catholic) added insurance goals in the first half after she provided back-to-back goals in the 38th and 42nd minutes to make the score 4-0. She also had the assist in freshman Viviana Sanchez’s (Tucson) goal in the 50th minute.
Freshman Jessica Alvarez (Tucson) scored Pima’s final goal of the game in the 76th minute and assisted in freshman Solaris Graves’ (Ironwood Ridge) to put Pima up the scoreboard in the 20th minute.
Sophomore Juliana Valdez (Tucson) and freshman Camilla Razcon (Marana) were also big part of Pima’s first half barrage with their goals in the 25th minute and 43rd minute, respectively.
The Aztecs outshot the Pumas 21-1 for the game.
Sophomore Adriana Pacheco (Cienega) had no saves in the first half. Freshman Seanna Krantz (Tucson) finished with one save.
The Aztecs are back on the road Saturday when they play Chandler-Gilbert Community College. Start time is at 5:00 p.m.