Tennessee competes in the SEC conference and has found success this 2018 season by returning to the NCAA tournament. This is their second consecutive year competing for a national title. They had not been a part of the tournament before then since 2012. Their current record is 14-2-3 and 7-2-1 in their conference.
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Something we can expect from the game on Friday is two teams battling until the last minute to get the result they want. The winner of the game will be moving on the to the second round and will play the winner between Louisville and Tennessee.
One goal was all the difference for the University of Arizona women’s soccer team to beat their in-state rival Arizona State on Friday, Nov. 2. For the past three years the Wildcats have come out on top with only one goal over their opponent.
One day you’re signing your national letter of intent to play Division 1 soccer at your dream school, and the next you're playing in the last home game of your collegiate career. Such was the case for some of the members of the Arizona women's soccer team this weekend.
Cavarra is a consistent performer for this Arizona team and knows how far this team can go with the right mentality that they already have.
Villarreal got his first collegiate cross country win and recorded a personal record of 19.06.9 in the six-kilometer race.
Arizona women’s soccer was defeated by No. 2 USC 2-0 on the road Thursday afternoon. The 'Cats now have a record of 1-1-2 in Pac-12 conference play.
Hoffman’s favorite part of this whole experience? He said proudly, “I got my own locker!”
Jill Aguilera scored a game-winning golden goal to give the Wildcats their first Pac-12 conference win of the season on Sept. 27. The Arizona women’s soccer team hosted the Utah Utes Thursday night and won 2-1 after 108 minutes of play.
“It was hard to hear, but I knew I wanted to be on the team and I really wanted to play soccer. And I knew I could do it," Siegle said.
“I’m grateful for it and glad that I was able to establish that but it doesn’t stop there, it continues," Burdett said.
UA was able to maintain control of the game, win 50/50 balls and pass throughout the field to create dangerous chances.
With six games in a span of 72 hours, the ball had to bounce just right for Arizona to make its title run.