Cal Poly only trailed at the half by seven on Sunday, using six made 3-pointers in the first half to make up for seven turnovers. The ‘Cats then proceeded to outscore the Mustangs by 14 in the second half, on their way to an 82-61 victory.
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Arizona men's basketball overcame a sloppy first half that saw the 'Cats turn the ball over 11 times and shoot 38 percent from the floor to beat Houston Baptist 90-60 in the first official game of the year for the Wildcats.
Two female students were assaulted near the University of Arizona campus Nov. 3 and Nov. 5, according to a Clery report from the University of Arizona Police Department. The UAPD and the Tucson Police Department are investigating the two reports, which were reported separately.
Basketball beat writers Alec White, Mark Lawson and David Skinner answer questions about some key points for the upcoming men’s basketball season.
The Arizona Wildcats men’s basketball team opened up the season Tuesday night at McKale Center with a 95-44 exhibition win over visiting Division II opponent Western New Mexico.
With Halloween just a few days away, University of Arizona archaeologist David Soren, along with other archaeologists from the UA, Stanford and Italy, made a “fangtastic” discovery.
Q&A with Melinda Burke, President of the UA Alumni Association and the woman behind the week of Homecoming festivities
For Melinda Burke, Homecoming at the University of Arizona is more than just an event, it is a way of life. Burke is the President of the UA Alumni Association. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the UA College of Agriculture and Life Sciences in 1975, followed later by a master’s of science degree in 1981. Burke’s husband Bruce is also a UA alum, with one of their daughters an alumna of the UA College of Medicine as well.
Rodriguez is no stranger to the players around the program, being around the team while still in high school when his father Rich Rodriguez was still the head coach. Even though Rodriguez' skill set is different from that of Tate, the Wildcats are getting someone more than capable of running the offense.
While the game itself is just a scrimmage, it offers the fans a first look at what is to come for the season ahead. These are the players who stood out to me the most during the game:
With the Arizona men’s basketball team taking the floor for the first time on Sunday for its annual Red/Blue scrimmage, there is an unknown sense of what to expect for the first time in a couple of years. Here are three things to look out for on Sunday.
Schooler and Fields have been a big part in the Wildcats recent success on defense, a unit that has forced seven turnovers the past two weeks, after forcing just four the first four weeks of the season.
The Arizona men’s basketball team secured their third commitment of the 2019 class on Thursday, when five-star small forward Josh Green chose the Wildcats over North Carolina. The Wildcats likely aren't done adding to next year's class as Sean Miller said at media day earlier this week that the team hopes to sign four or five recruits for 2019.
Arizona kicks off the season with the annual Red-Blue scrimmage on October 14 at noon local time, and the schedule is highlighted by a trip to a loaded Maui Invitational, and road games at both UConn and Alabama.
Fresh off back-to-back wins to set up a matchup with USC, Arizona Football was beaten 24-20 in a game that Arizona never led. The Wildcats attempted to make it a game late but came up short despite 13 points in the fourth quarter. These five statistics defined the Wildcats loss.
After having his tumor removed in January 2017, Johnson decided on City College to get back into football. He had 4.5 sacks and 17 tackles in 10 games to get back onto the national radar, but was not receiving much attention from the Power-5 schools.
All military undergraduates will benefit from reduced tuition costs beginning this semester as a part of the Department of Defense Tuition Assistance Program.
The University of Arizona Police Department is investigating four separate reports involving indecent exposure on the UA campus within the last three weeks.
While he may lack the white beard and giant belly, Arizona Assistant Director of Equipment Operations Brian Brigger provides many athletes a Christmas throughout the school year in the form of team gear.