When Adia Barnes was hired as the head coach of Arizona women’s basketball in 2016, she had high hopes for the future.
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Arizona women’s basketball stayed in the NCAA Tournament picture Friday night, beating the University of Utah 66-55 in McKale Center to improve to 16-8 on the season.
In the first game of a weekend in Washington, Arizona women’s basketball picked up its second win in the last seven games, beating the University of Washington on Thursday night, 69-59.
This weekend, Arizona Wildcats women’s basketball heads to Washington for a rare Thursday/Saturday series, against Washington on Thursday, Feb. 7, and Washington State on Saturday, Feb. 9.
On Sunday, Arizona women’s basketball was involved in a triple overtime affair with UCLA. Although UA came out on the losing end, the team still felt like the game as a whole was a positive.
On Sunday afternoon, perhaps the Pac-12 game of the year thus far was played in McKale Center.
In a game that went down to the wire, Arizona women’s basketball ended its three-game skid, beating USC 71-68.
As the Pac-12 schedule rolls in, there’s never been a better time to look at the current landscape of the conference and throw together some rankings.
Basketball is a game of runs, and on Friday night in Corvallis, Arizona women’s basketball was reminded of that the hard way.
Arizona women’s basketball has had an impressive season so far, knocking off two top-25 teams.
Arizona women’s basketball continued its non-conference schedule with a game in California against Long Beach State University.
With just four non-conference games left to play, Arizona women’s basketball is exceeding expectations after last season’s disappointing 6-24 campaign.
Arizona women’s basketball continued its strong play in the non-conference schedule, extending its winning streak to four Tuesday night with an 84-42 win over the University of Incarnate Word in McKale Center.
Arizona women’s basketball head coach Adia Barnes said before Tuesday night’s game that Loyola Marymount would be a good test for her team in their second game of non-conference play.
For many student-athletes, committing to a school far away from home means adjustments — a lot of adjustments.
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.
Arizona softball kicked off its last regular season series at Rita Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium with a doubleheader against Grand Canyon University. The No. 10 ranked ‘Cats won both games, but in two completely different styles.
Arizona softball got an impressive win in game one of a three game series vs Oregon State on Friday, and it was fueled by a seven-run fourth inning. Six different Wildcats had an RBI, as the ‘Cats won 9-0 in five innings at Hillenbrand Stadium.
Softball isn’t considered a contact sport, but injuries can, and do, happen all the time. One of the most dangerous causes of injury is wild pitches. In a sport where pitches can reach highway speeds, an errant throw can result in some serious damage.
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.