Arizona played their first exhibition game of the season against Western New Mexico University on Tuesday, Oct. 30.
The cats were able to pull off an upset against Oregon for their homecoming game with a final score of 44-15.
The Wildcats traveled to the Rose Bowl on Saturday, Oct. 20 and lost by one point to the UCLA bruins with a final score of 31-30.
Runners and rollers participated in an 8k or 3k during this years annual Jim Click's Run n Roll to benefit the Adaptive Athletics program at the University of Arizona.
The UA volleyball team played ASU on Sep 20 at McKale Center. The wildcats defeated the sun devils 3-0.
Arizona defeats Southern Utah 62-31 on Sep 15 at Arizona Stadium.
The Arizona football team were defeated by BYU on Sep 2 at the Arizona Stadium.
The Women's Soccer Team defeats Houston Baptist during a home game on August 26.
The Bash of the Rec was held at the UA Recreational Center on August 19.
The band "Nothing More" performed live inside a Tucson streetcar to celebrate the SunLink's 4-year anniversary.
Arizona Wildcats went head-to-head with St. Francis University this Friday May, 18. Jessie Harper's home run scored the cats the first point of the game, giving them the win.
The second annual UA Fashion Week came to a close this Saturday April 28 with a runway show on the Luna Rooftop.
UA Beach Volleyball defeats Utah 3-2 during their match this Friday April 20, at the Bear Down Beach, in Tucson Ariz.
Cyclovia Tucson is a free public event that works to promote and increase awareness for cycling and walking as an acceptable and safe mode of transportation on public streets. The event has been a part of Tucson since 2010 and this year it was held on Sunday, April 8 in downtown Tucson.
UA Women's tennis team losses 0-5 against Stanford on Saturday March 31 at the Robson Tennis Center in Tucson, Ariz.
Students and community members marched for an end to gun violence in the streets of Tucson, Ariz. on Saturday March 24.
The artwork shown in the "On Our Own Time" exhibit is all done by employees or their immediate family members. Put on by The UA Employee Recognition Committee and the National Arts Program, the exhibit allows the community to see works of art done by 'everyday workers'.