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For the 23rd time in program history and the first since 2010, Arizona softball is headed to Oklahoma City to play in the Women’s College World Series. The Wildcats routed Ole Miss 9-1 in game two of the Super Regional on Saturday night to sweep the series and move on to the final stage of the NCAA Tournament.
Arizona softball shook off a shaky start and a couple one-run deficits against No. 11 Ole Miss, eventually rallying to a 5-2 victory in game one of the Super Regional to put the program on the doorstep of its first Women’s College World Series birth since 2010.
Jessie Harper of house Hillenbrand, First of her Name, Breaker of Spirit and Destroyer of Softballs.
Mike Candrea’s faith in T Statman was rewarded Saturday afternoon when the Arizona softball coach made the decision to send in the senior during the fourth inning as a pinch hitter with two runners in scoring position.
The postseason is when the players you least expect turn into heroes.
Whether you’re a Tucson native, an Arizona alum or an Arizona student, chances are you’ve seen at least one of UA’s sports teams play. And over the last five years, there has been plenty of heartache but we won't dive into that today.
In almost every situation, you have to take the good with the bad. However, this year struggles on and off the field for Arizona Athletics clouded several accomplishments. Here's the year-in-review "best and worst" of Arizona Wildcats sports in 2018-19.
On an FBI-intercepted phone call from June 20, 2017 between then-Arizona men’s basketball assistant coach Emanuel “Book” Richardson and former agent-runner Christian Dawkins, Richardson is heard saying that head coach Sean Miller was paying Deandre Ayton $10,000 a month.
One possesses brute strength, the other undeniable speed. Together, they’ve formed a dynamic duo on the Arizona track and field team and are both looking to make history. Thrower Jordan Geist and distance runner Carlos Villarreal have turned into must-watch competitors when they step onto the track, and they are only getting better.
The spring semester is almost complete, and several Arizona sports teams are starting to wrap up their seasons. Some have already hit postseason play, while others close out their regular season in the next couple weeks. Here’s a breakdown of where each sport stands:
Arizona men’s basketball didn’t play in a March Madness game last season, but it’s picking up a player that helped pull off one of the tournament's biggest upsets.
Arizona men’s basketball head coach Sean Miller won’t have to testify in court, after all.
Watch the Arizona football team begin the 2019 season with its annual Spring Game on Saturday, April 13, at 5 p.m. in Arizona Stadium. Admission is free and will include an autograph session after the game.
LAS VEGAS – Pac-12 Conference commissioner Larry Scott addressed the media ahead of the Pac-12 men's basketball championship Saturday night in T-Mobile Arena. Answering questions pertaining to TV deals, FBI scandals and tournament attendance, Scott seemed upbeat about the prospects of the conference moving forward, even though that doesn't appear to be the outside perception. Here's what the commissioner had to say about some of the biggest topics surrounding the conference:
LAS VEGAS – Unceremoniously, the Arizona men’s basketball season came to a merciful end Wednesday afternoon in a 78-65 loss against USC. Tied at 40-40 entering the second half, the Wildcats missed 21 of 31 shots the rest of the way and were easily disposed of by the Trojans.
The final home game of the regular season did not go as anticipated for Arizona men’s basketball as the Wildcats were outplayed in the second half and fell 72-64 to ASU at McKale Center. Here are five takeaways from the game, including a mysterious comment from head coach Sean Miller.
Mark Lawson and Alec White preview the Arizona men's basketball game in an Adobe Spark format, with what's at stake, key players and predictions for the game.
The entire Arizona men’s basketball bench came racing onto the court in jubilation to find Devonaire Doutrive after the freshman tipped in a missed Justin Coleman shot at the buzzer to give Arizona a thrilling 74-72 win over Oregon State in Corvallis.
A losing streak that felt like an eternity – okay, actually only 33 days – came to an end Thursday night as Arizona men’s basketball finally got back in the win column with a 76-51 thrashing of California. The Wildcats used a 46-point second-half offensive outburst to down the Golden Bears in McKale Center. Here are three more reasons Arizona was able to end its seven-game skid.