Pima baseball finished the season at 21-31 overall and 11-29 in ACCAC conference play. Enrique Porchas earned second team All-Region I, Division II. Coach Rich Alday won his 500th career game at Pima on Jan. 30.
The Aztecs softball team went 35-23 overall and 26-22 in ACCAC conference play. Paige Adair, Sierra Gentry and Alese Casper were all named third team All-ACCAC. Casper was selected NFCA All-West Region.
The Aztecs finished in second place at the NJCAA Region I, Division I Tournament. Sophomore Bobby Padilla and freshman Diego Cueva-Schraidt were named All-Region. Sophomores Cooper Cordova and Johnny Fiore were named PING All-District.
The Aztecs men's tennis team took second place at the NJCAA Region I Tournament. Tomothy Ou won the Region I championship (No. 1 singles) and Scott Mantelman won the Region I championship at No. 3 singles. The Aztecs went 2-4 in the regular season.
Sophomore Araceli Esquivel was named NJCAA All-American and earned All-Region and All-Conference honors for the Aztecs women's golf team. Elizabeth Satterfield was also a participant at the NJCAA National Tournament.
The Aztecs women's tennis team went 7-1 overall in regular season play. Sophomore Jayme Shafer won the Region I championship at No. 6 singles while freshman Ashley Fitzsimmons won the No. 5 singles region title. Shafer and Fitzsimmons also won the No. 3 doubles region title. The Aztecs took second place at the NJCAA Region I Tournament.
The Pima football team finished the season with a 2-9 overall record. John Bowers and Haki Woods were named NJCAA second team All-Americans on defense. Aaron Maddox and Tony Fair were sele3cted Gridiron RR All-Americans. The Aztecs also produced 11 players on the All-Conference and All-WSFL teams.
The Pima men's soccer team took third place at the NJCAA Division I Tournament and finished second place in the Region I, Division I Tournament and the District I Tournament. AJ Valenzuela was named first team NJCAA All-American and along with Julian Gaona was also named United Soccer Coaches All-Americans. Valenzuela was also selected ACCAC/REgion I Player of the Year. The Aztecs finished the season at 19-5-3 overall.
The Pima women's soccer team earned the No. 2 seed in the Region I, Division I tournament but fell in the semifinals. Alexis Hernandez set a new Pima school record with 25 goals on the season. She was named All-ACCAC/Region I first team along with Emily Bliven. Taylor Bigelow and Bailey Pedersen were also named to the All-ACCAC/Region I teams. Hernandez and Bliven were also selected to the United Soccer Coaches All-West Region team. The Aztecs finished the season at 15-5-1 overall.
The Pima volleyball team finished the season at 7-18 overall. Victoria Davis was named second team All-ACCAC and was selected to the NJCAA Region I, Division II team. Davis had 12 double-doubles in kills and digs. Kaitlin Schmich had 13 double-doubles in kills and digs while Kayli Riesgo had 13 double-doubles in assists and digs.
The women's cross country team took second place at the Region I Championships. Katherine Bruno took second place and was named ACCAC Runner of the Year. Sionna Johnson and Cindy Corrales also received All-Region honors after the race. The men's team took fifth place at the Region I Championships. Morgan Risch earned All-Region honors for his ninth place finish.
The Pima baseball team finished with a record of 20-32 overall and 11-29 in ACCAC conference play. Sophomores Oscar Larranaga and Ernesto Romero were named second team All-ACCAC and second team All-Region I, Division II.
The Pima men's tennis team took second place at the Region I Championships while sophomore Marc Avalos and Francisco Ton won the region title at No. 1 doubles. They were both named to the All-Region team. Avalos was second team All-ACCAC at No. 1 singles while he and Ton were second team All-ACCAC at No. 1 doubles. Raj Singh Kaila was selected second team All-ACCAC at No. 6 singles while Dalton Reisig and Francisco Sotelo were named second team All-ACCAC at No. 2 doubles.
The Pima softball team finished with an overall record of 40-19 and went 34-14 in ACCAC conference play. They finished in fourth place at the Region I, Division I Tournament. Margarita Corona, Courtney Brown, Mandy Lorenson, Gabriela Trejo and Bailey Critchlow were selected All-ACCAC while Brown, Lorenson and Trejo were named All-Region I, Division I.
The women's track & field team finished in third place at the Region I Championships and tied for 16th place at the NJCAA Division I Outdoor Nationals. Megan Schiffmacher became the women's high jump national champion while Hannah Bartz took third place in the long jump. Schiffmacher (high jump), Bartz (triple jump) and the 4x400 relay team of Aolyion Spruell, Amber McCroskey, Tyra Yanez and Melissa Cotsonas all took home region championships.
The men's track & field team took second place at the Region I Championships and tied for 12th at the NJCAA Division I National Championships. Seth Jarus earned the NJCAA Division I National Championship (Outdoor) in the Long Jump. Sam Shoultz was the NJCAA Division I Indoor National Champion in the High Jump.
The Pima women's golf team placed second in the final ACCAC conference standings. Desiree Hong became a two-time NJCAA All-American after she placed 15th at the NJCAA National Championship. Hong was also named ACCAC Player of the Year for the second time. Hong was named first team All-ACCAC and first team All-Region. Samantha Hacker was selected second team All-ACCAC and first team All-Region while Abby Miller was named second team All-Region.
The Pima women's tennis team took fourth at the Region I Championships and made an NJCAA Division I National Championship appearance. Lien Nguyen advanced to the consolation final at No. 3 singles. They finished with a 5-4 overall and were 4-4 in ACCAC conference play under first year head coach Ian Esquer.
The Pima football finished the 2016 season at 3-6 overall and 2-5 in WSFL play. The Aztecs had four players named All-Conference and All-Region (Jeff Cotton, Jordan Agasiva, Kana'i Picanco and Paul Davis). Justin Martin was named All-Region. Wide receiver Jeff Cotton was named NJCAA Honorable Mention All-American.
The Pima men's basketball team finished the season with an overall record of 22-13 (highest win total since 1989-90 season) and a 13-9 record in ACCAC conference play (most since 2000-01 season). They took home their first region I, Division II title since 2010 as well. Deion James was named the NJCAA Division II Player of the Year, he was a first-team NJCAA All-American and the ACCAC Co-Player of the Year. Emilio Acedo was named to the All-ACCAC and All-Region teams.
The Pima men's soccer team finished the season with an 18-3-1 overall record and their third straight Region I, Division I title. Hector Banegas was named first team NSCAA All-American and third team NJCAA All-American. David Cosgrove won his 300th career game as head coach of the Aztecs. Banegas, Kyle VanAlstine, Rogelio Canez and Taylor Anderson were named All-ACCAC/All-Region.
The Pima women's basketball team finished the season with a 23-8 overall record and a second place finish at the Region I, Division II tournament. This was the program's sixth 20-plus win season in coach Todd Holthaus' 10 years as head coach. He won his 200th career game at Pima during the season. Sydni Stallworth was named first-team NJCAA All-American and ACCAC Division II Player of the Year for the second straight year. Stallworth along with Denesia Smith and Bree Cates all made the All-ACCAC and All-Region teams.
The Pima women's soccer team finished the season with an overall record of 16-6-1 and a second place finish at the Region I, Division I tournament. Maury Urcadez was named to the NSCAA All-West Region teams. Urcadez, along with Alexis Hernandez, Destiny Jones, Daniela Sanchez and Sonia Garcia were named to the All-ACCAC/All-Region teams.
The Pima volleyball team finished with an overall record of 8-20 and 2-14 in ACCAC conference play. The Aztecs will return 10 freshmen to next year's squad. Aleksandra Palmer and Anissa Conrad were named to the San Diego City College All-Tournament team and Trae Johnson was listed on the New Mexico Military Institute Classic All-Tournament team.
The Aztecs men's cross country team took fourth place at the Region I Championships. Sophomores David Fernandez and Armando Antonio Jr. along with freshman Alonso Sodari qualified for the NJCAA National Championship. The women's team also took fourth place at the Region I Championships. Sohomore Samantha Felzien qualified for the NJCAA National Championships. She set a Pima school record at the Mt. SAC Invitational with a time of 18:37.50.