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Former Arizona players impacting NBA

This past NBA season serves to remind us just how much of an impact former Arizona basketball players are having on the NBA. If you happened to have been paying attention to any of the five NBA Finals games over the last few weeks, then you probably noticed some familiar names and faces come across your television screen — Steve Kerr, Andre Iguodala, Richard Jefferson — just to name a few. At one time or another, all three of them once donned the navy and cardinal jerseys that read “ARIZONA” on the front. Read more

Former Arizona players impacting NBA

This past NBA season serves to remind us just how much of an impact former Arizona basketball players are having on the NBA. If you happened to have been paying attention to any of the five NBA Finals games over the last few weeks, then you probably noticed some familiar names and faces come across your television screen — Steve Kerr, Andre Iguodala, Richard Jefferson — just to name a few. At one time or another, all three of them once donned the navy and cardinal jerseys that read “ARIZONA” on the front. Read more

Arizona volleyball releases 2017 schedule

The Arizona volleyball team’s 2017 schedule was released Thursday, June 15, showing a 31-match slate that will include 16 home matches at McKale Center. The Wildcats will play in 20 conference matches, and the Pac-12 Network will televise 13 of them. Read more

No hurdles in Watson's way

Arizona’s track and field star Sage Watson left her mark on the University of Arizona after winning the NCAA Championship in women’s 400-meter hurdles Saturday, June 10. She posted a personal best time of 54.52 seconds. Read more

Winter is coming

It may not be dungeons and dragons a la Game of Thrones style, but heads are going to roll if Arizona women's basketball coach Adia Barnes has to sit through another season like this past one. Barnes first season as head coach can best be described in one word, frustrating. Read more

Wildcats take game one; One win away from WCWS

It wasn’t easy, but the No. 2 seed Arizona Wildcats softball team is just one win away from reaching the Women’s College World Series after beating No. 15 seed Baylor thanks to a dominant performance from their senior star Katiyana Mauga. Read more