Redshirt sophomore Aari McDonald had a career high 39 points, the only Wildcat to hit double digit points on the night. McDonald said she decided to take the game over in the second quarter.
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One player who doesn’t have to worry too much about the out-of-state adjustments is freshman Bryce Nixon. Nixon is, in fact, the player on the current Wildcats roster from Arizona.
With the new women’s basketball season quickly approaching, there is no better time like the present to take a look at the Pac-12 landscape and see where the Wildcats stand in comparison.
The No. 10 ranked ‘Cats won both games, but in two completely different styles.
One of the pitches from Alvelo, a 70-mile-per-hour rise-ball that rose a little too much, struck Carranco in the face. Carranco suffered a concussion, a facial fracture just below her right eye and a broken nose that required surgery.
Six different Wildcats had an RBI, as the ‘Cats won 9-0.
In a game that saw only nine total hits, and two errors apiece for both teams, the Wildcats were able to win a sloppy one against New Mexico, 3-1.
No. 13 Arizona softball took the season series against rival No. 8 ASU this weekend by winning two out of three games in Tempe. The Wildcats lost Friday's series opener but followed it up with back-to-back road wins, including a dramatic series-clinching win on Sunday that needed extra innings. Here is a game-by-game breakdown of the series.
After a six game losing streak, Arizona softball got back on track Wednesday night, getting two much needed wins in a doubleheader sweep of New Mexico State. In game one, the offense came alive for the Wildcats, with four home runs from three different Cats in a 7-3 win. In game two, the offense stayed hot, and the ‘Cats run ruled the Aggies, 9-0 (5).
Trying to avoid being swept by No. 4 UCLA, Arizona softball was once again haunted by missed opportunities. As a result the Bruins came away with a 10-3 win in Tucson and the Wildcats were swept on their home turf.
In a battle of two top 12 teams, No. 12 Arizona softball lost to No. 4 UCLA, 7-6, in seven innings on April 13 to kick-off game one of a three game series .
Arizona came back to defeat Cal, 7-3, to complete a 3-game sweep.
With a lineup that included a few changes, the No. 11 ranked Arizona softball team took down the No. 22 California Golden Bears in game one of a three game series at Hillenbrand Stadium, 3-0. Junior Taylor McQuillin threw a complete game for Arizona, striking out eight while only allowing one hit.
In their final non-conference game of the season, Arizona Softball took on the University of Minnesota, and lost, 1-0, in an eight inning thriller.
In its second doubleheader in the Wildcat Invitational, Arizona softball went 2-0 for the straight second day, beating No. 24 SC Upstate, 3-0, and then beating Wisconsin, 9-3.
Arizona softball swept day two of the Wildcat Invitational in Tucson, beating Wisconsin, 1-0, before finishing the day with a 10-2 win over San Diego.
Taylor McQuillian continues to shut down opponent's offense, strikes out nine in 9-1 win over South Dakota
The Wildcat Invitational got off to a good start for the Arizona softball team as they beat South Dakota 9-1 in a five inning run-rule in their first game of the tournament.
The ‘Cats enter the tournament sitting at an 8-1 record, coming off of a stretch of dominant performances in the Hillenbrand Invitational. Through the four games in Tucson, Arizona the team outscored its opponents 21-1, while allowing only nine hits. Not to mention two one-hitters thrown by junior pitcher Taylor McQuillin and freshman pitcher Hannah Bowen.