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The Arizona men’s basketball team came out slow as Texas A&M, the No.7 team in the country, started 4-for-4 to try and take control of Tuesday Night’s matchup at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix. It didn’t work. The Wildcats and Aggies would find themselves in the midst of several runs against each other and end up tight at the half at 31-29 in favor of Texas A&M.
JaLea Bennett is the lone senior remaining from the dark ages of Arizona women’s basketball. Bennett is the last of the 2014-15 recruiting class, and only one of two players remaining from one of the least-successful coaching tenures in school history, under former head coach Niya Butts. Talk about attrition. That kind of hindrance can make things difficult, including development.
The Arizona women’s basketball team has never won a conference championship. They haven’t even sniffed the NCAA Tournament in quite some time. That could all be changing rapidly, and soon, because of the efforts of the Arizona coaching staff.
This is sophomore Lucia Alonso’s main position in the starting lineup, and should remain that way through the entire season. She is stable and a serviceable shooter when left open. Freshman Marlee Kyles will see significant minutes, but has been tasked to aid in pressure situations or score when put in that position in the early going. Freshman Sam Thomas, though not necessarily a point guard, has brought the ball up court from time to time as well.
Arizona women’s basketball head coach Adia Barnes has a plan in place to make Tucson a destination for young women across the country. However, that plan can’t take shape unless she has the support system to carry through the vision, and that begins with assistant coaches. Barnes made, on paper, one of her more significant hires by bringing in Morgan Valley, a three-time National Champion, on staff.
With the ball on their own 45 yard-line and a 10-point lead, Arizona football head coach Rich Rodriguez played it conservative and it led to the Arizona Wildcats demise in a 42-30 loss to rival ASU on Saturday at Sun Devil Stadium.
The Arizona men’s basketball team traveled to Paradise Islands, Bahamas for the Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament, it might’ve well been lost in the Bermuda Triangle.
The Arizona men’s basketball team came out sluggish against a thirsty NC State team and despite erratic performances offensively, the achilles’ heel for the Wildcats was the defense. Perhaps UA fans should have seen this coming.
The No. 2-ranked Arizona men’s basketball team is headed to the Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament in Paradise Islands, Bahamas during the Thanksgiving break. The tournament will be the Wildcats’ first real test of the season, showcasing matchups with North Carolina State and possibly No. 5 Villanova.
Former Arizona running back Orlando Bradford was sentenced to five years in prison today.
The Arizona women’s basketball team went on the road for the first time with their young team and showcased a solid defensive performance on their way to a 65-49 victory over Utah State at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum Friday in Logan, Utah.
A season ago on senior night the Arizona Wildcats football team rushed for a school record 511 yards against ASU, this year on senior night they once again broke a school rushing record with 534 against Oregon State in a win, 49-28, at Arizona Stadium.
The Arizona women’s basketball team is short-handed this season, but if the season opener against Iona was any indication, the Wildcats will have a lot to look forward too after dismantling the Gaels Friday at McKale Center, 71-58.
At 7-foot-1, freshman Deandre Ayton stands above his peers — physically. He towers above the rest of the college basketball world athletically as well.
The Arizona Wildcats football team lost for the first time in four weeks Saturday, Nov. 4 at the L.A. Coliseum. Take a look at the coverage by the Daily Wildcat, Daily Star and other outlets both locally and nationally.