“I saw Amanda pass me the ball I wanted to be composed and I just slotted it exactly where Tony [Amato] wants me to always put it. I executed on that and that was really important for me,” Jill Aguilera said.
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A pair of goals was all that Arizona women's soccer needed as it cruised to a 2-0 victory Friday night. Arizona took care of Boise State in Mulcahy Stadium as junior Taryn Siegele and freshman Brooke Wilson each found the back of the net, giving the Wildcats their fifth-straight win of the season.
“I think it’s a celebration of them, our support staff, our assistant coaches. I feel really fortunate to have the group I have and we have a lot more that we want to do moving forward, so I think this is a milestone so to speak, but we’re going to enjoy it tonight, enjoy the performance, but we’ve got a lot more we want to do,” Amato said.
The No. 2 ranked Stanford Cardinal showed why they are the best team in the Pac-12, coming back from a two-run deficit and defeating Arizona 8-2 on Friday April, 20 at Hi Corbett Field.
The Arizona baseball team wrapped up its three-game weekend series with a 9-3 win over Nicholls State on Saturday, March 31 at Hi Corbett Field.
Arizona baseball is glad to be back in the win column after routing New Mexico State 14-0 Tuesday evening at Hi Corbett Field. After going 0-3 on the past road trip in Washington, the friendly confines of Tucson were a welcome sight for the Wildcats.
In what looked to be a long night for Arizona, turned out to be a longer night for SDSU. The ‘Cats responded and were able to tally up their first 11 runs within 3 ½ innings. No scoring play was more exciting than Alfonso Rivas’ two-run homerun in the bottom of the fourth inning off Aztecs reliever Adrian Mardueno giving Arizona a commanding 8-3 lead.
Following a below average road trip, the Wildcats welcomed the sight of their home fans at Hi-Corbett Field with a 5-4 win over New Mexico State Tuesday evening.
After opening the 2018 season at Hi- Corbett Field with a 3-0 sweep of Bryant, the Wildcats return back home from their four-game road trip with an overall record of 4-3.
After being rained out on their scheduled home opener, the ‘Cats managed to sweep Bryant by winning the double-header on Saturday and finishing off the Bulldogs 10-1 at Hi Corbett Field on Sunday afternoon.
When the Wildcats take the field for their first game of the 2018 season on Feb.16, they will be without four starters from the previous year. On the flip side, Arizona will have five returning players back in their starting lineup that will play a vital role in contributing and making an impact.
Terry Francona Hitting Center will make a positive impact for current and future Arizona baseball players
After a year since building started, the Terry Francona Hitting Center is complete and the Wildcats are getting to use it to their advantage
And just like that, in the span of 90 minutes the Arizona women's soccer season comes to an end after falling 2-nil to Florida State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday in Palo Alto, Cali.
Sophomore Samantha Falasco and senior teammate Cali Crisler helped secure a win for the ‘Cats and punch their ticket to Palo Alto for the Round of 32 of the NCAA Tournament.
Allonzo Trier is determined to prove to himself, and to the Wildcat faithful, that he indeed made the right decision to return for his junior year to lead the Wildcats past the Elite Eight for the first time under head coach Sean Miller.
The Wildcats made history winning their seventh conference game of the season at the expense of their in-state rival the ASU Sun Devils with goals by Hannah Clifford and Amanda Porter giving the ‘Cats a 2-1 victory at Mulcahy Stadium.
Arizona’s Kelcey Cavarra and Charlotte Brascia each scored goals in the second half giving the ‘Cats a 2-1 victory over the Washington Huskies at Mulcahy Stadium on Thursday night.
The Wildcats scored three goals in the first half giving them just enough of a cushion to hang on to a 3-2 victory over the Utah Utes in Salt Lake City, Utah on Thursday night.
The Wildcats hung in with the Trojans for the majority of the game making it a competitive match for the 674 fans in attendance. In the 108' in extra time, Anthony redeemed herself after missing a previous penalty kick by scoring the winning goal giving USC the victory.
Coming off another tough loss against No. 2 Stanford in Palo Alto, Arizona soccer found a way to beat No.11 California off of freshman Jada Talley’s 74’ goal on Sunday.The Wildcats were on a three-game win streak heading into their road trip against the two Northern California teams.