From the FBI college basketball investigation to the rise of Khalil Tate, Arizona athletics had a non-stop year of highs and lows.
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"That's a good team [Stanford], it's a better team than us right now that played better today," Arizona head coach Jay Johnson said.
The Daily Wildcat's baseball beat writer Syrena Tracy chatted with Arizona baseball's Donta William's about his first career home run, how he's handled the transition to college ball, why he chose Arizona, and the story behind being the 'backflip guy'.
When the last two Pac-12 teams that have reached the College World Series the past two years go head-to-head at Hi-Corbett Field, you know it will be a good game.
The Arizona baseball team took a break from their conference games and won game one of a three game series, 11-3 ,against the Nicholls State Colonels on Thursday, March 29 at Hi-Corbett Field.
It wouldn't be a stretch of the imagination to say baseball flows through the veins of both Fraizer and his father. “My dad is why I am where I am today, it’s because of him,” Fraizer said.
The Arizona baseball team redeemed themselves Sunday, March 25 as they came hot to the plate taking the series win over the Washington State Cougars, 9-2, at Hi-Corbett Field. The Wildcats were able to hold their winning home streak against the Cougars on Friday improving them to 10-0 at home, but then fell for the first time this season during the series on Saturday.
An Adobe Spark presentation on the performance of the Arizona gymnastics team in the 2017-18 season.
Tumbling, flipping and twisting isn't over yet for the Arizona gymnastics team despite their regular season coming to an end Saturday afternoon after falling short to the LSU Tigers, 198.125 to 195.525. The Wildcats finish their season with an overall record of 2-9, but even with the lack of wins Arizona hit many new career and season highs throughout the season.
Bars and restaurants on University Blvd. will be expecting many people to come through their doors this spring break to watch UA sports and attend the Festival of Books.
Arizona gymnastics put up a well fought battle against in-state rival ASU, but fell 196.725 to 195.025 on Saturday, Feb. 24 at Wells Fargo Arena.
“I am myself,” John Court said. “I know the color of my skin and, for me, I have had wonderful experiences in the sport of gymnastics. If you look back at the numbers, there have been fabulous black gymnasts come through the NCAA, and that has been over the course of decades.”
The Arizona gymnastics team suffered a tough loss against the No. 11 Oregon State, 197.300 to 145.325, on Saturday, Feb. 17, in Corvallis, Oregon. This was the GymCats' worst loss of the season due to only having five competitors on bars, two on vault, three on floor and six on the balance beam.
The right-handed pitcher from Arlington, Texas has had a journey through baseball with many ups and downs, but he continues to trust the process and know it will lead him to future success. Medel was like many young boys who were thrown into sports. Medel thought he would grow up to play basketball like his father, but when entering junior high realized that shooting the fall wasn’t for him.
The 2018 freshman and transfers will bring a plethora of talent to the field for the Arizona baseball team this coming season. The group brings strong arms to the hill, along with speed in the infield. During the fall, Arizona head coach Jay Johnson had seen growth and talent from the young players, and if they come to the field with what Johnson needs, they might get some playtime.
Arizona gymnastics grabbed ahold of their first win of the 2018 season, 195.725 to 195.025 during the meet against former head coach Tabitha Yim's Stanford Cardinal on Sunday, Feb. 11 in McKale Center. Both teams kept the scores relatively close throughout the meet, but the GymCats were able to stay in the lead even with minor mistakes and falls.
After a disappointing loss against No. 31 Cal, 195.950 to 194.425, the Arizona gymnastics team has been back in the gym in hopes to improve in its next meet against No. 20 Stanford on Sunday, Feb. 11 at 12 p.m.
The two seniors are seen side-by-side during meets supporting one another and have been doing so since they became GymCats. As freshman Ortiz and Schneider were able to make an impact on the team as strong competitors, but the two weren't very close their freshman year. Slowly getting to know each other they eventually grew a friendship leading them to be inseparable.
Although the Arizona gymnastics team couldn't outscore the No. 3 Utah Utes, the Wildcats were able to outscore themselves and reached a new team season high of 196.325 on Friday, Jan. 26 in McKale Center.
Arizona football is entering a new era and making various changes to the program in the 2018 including the hiring of new head coach Kevin Sumlin, stadium renovations and the lowering of ticket prices in hopes to get more fans in the stands.