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.
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Between practices, games and a full schedule of classes, athletes have to balance their time wisely during their sport season. Arizona redshirt junior Abraham Maiava does all of this, while also working a weekend job at Tucson International Airport.
There is no shortage of story lines for the Arizona Wildcats football team this weekend as they travel to face the Houston Cougars. Questions have surrounded the Wildcats all week since their 28-23 loss last Saturday to BYU, ranging from the how the team used Khalil Tate to how the offensive line plans to slow down Houston All-American Ed Oliver. Lost amongst all this is the homecoming of Head Coach Kevin Sumlin.
The season is highlighted by a matchup on September 8 at Houston, pairing Tate against arguably the best defensive player in the country in Ed Oliver.
As a part of Dave Heeke’s $66 million Capital Improvement Plan, Arizona Stadium, Hillenbrand Stadium, Hillenbrand Aquatic Center and McKale Center all have begun to undergo major upgrades. The new indoor sports facility next to the Ginny L. Clements Academic Center is the final touch on the project, with the goal being to enhance the experience of both the fan, and the student athlete.
The redshirt junior was looking for a fresh start, and a place to clear his head, after three seasons at the UA. Griffin had played 11 games in those three seasons, and knew about mid-season he might be looking to explore his options.
The Arizona women’s golf team finished tied for third at the Pac-12 Championships at Broadmoor Golf Club in Seattle, with an overall score of 9-over par for the tournament. Today, Arizona was selected as the No. 3 seed in the Tallahassee Regional Championships at Don Veller Seminole Golf Course & Club in Tallahassee, Florida.
The stars were out for Arizona Athletics as it hosted the second annual CATSYS Award Banquet on April 16 to honor all student-athletes Monday inside the McKale Center. A red carpet welcomed the athletes to the event, with recording artist Kelley James playing live music for the second year in a row.
Arizona had been playing its best golf as of late, winning two tournaments in March, but were bested by two of Pac-12 foes in this tournament.
From tournaments in Tempe all the way to Puerta Vallarta, Mexico, UA junior and transfer athlete Bianca Pagdanganan played a key role in the team's success.
The Wildcats won the tournament by four strokes over runner-up Washington, wrapping the tournament up by shooting a final round score of 277 (-11.) The win marks the second in as many weekends for the UA, as they won the Hawkeye El Tigre Invitational last weekend in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
The UA paced the tournament by placing first in scoring on Par-3 and Par-5 holes, and second on Par-4 holes. Moore was also the individual leader in scoring on Par-3 and Par-5 holes, finishing the event even overall on Par-3 holes, and (-8) on Par-5 holes.
For the Wildcats, Stoll’s 209 strokes were the lowest of her career, and the third-place finish was also a career best. She shot a 9-under par on par 5’s this week, leading the field.