Arizona volleyball's Kendra Dahlke dominated on the court during the match against No. 16 Oregon hitting a career high of 23 kills. Dahlke was able to help the Wildcats break their losing streak Sunday afternoon at McKale Center defeating the Ducks, 3-2 (26-24, 25-16, 24-21, 25-21,15-13).
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The Arizona Wildcats continued to fight, but came up short against the USC Trojans who moved into first place in the Pac-12 South by winning Saturday's football game, 49-35, on Nov. 4 at L.A. Memorial Coliseum.
The USC Trojans came out of the gate running and pounded the Arizona defense in the first quarter rushing for 116-yards. The Wildcats struggled to hold off the Trojans and fumbled on a punt recovered by Jalen Greene for an 11-yard touchdown.
It was a rematch game against Arizona volleyball and No. 2 Stanford, but the Cardinal was able to repeat the past sweeping the Wildcats in three sets at McKale Center on Sunday, Oct. 29, (25-15, 25-16, 25-23).
Arizona football has seen a change in play on the field, but not much of a difference of fans in the stands. What was supposed to be a sellout game consisted of many empty seats throughout Arizona Stadium. Despite the lack of fans for the homecoming game, the atmosphere around campus showed that students and alumni were ready to Bear Down.
2013 was a year where the cheerleading and mascots were in the spotlight of homecoming royalty at the University of Arizona. UA cheerleader Courtney Broome won homecoming king alongside homecoming queen Alexis Del Castillo, who was Wilma at the time.
Arizona volleyball outside hitter Kendra Dahlke brings more to the team than just a powerful arm; She brings leadership and guidance. After being the youngest player on the team during the 2016 season, Dahlke had to make adjustments both mentally and physically to become the leader on the court for her teammates.
Arizona Athletics Director Dave Heeke released his official statement to the public Wednesday night in his weekly Wildcat Wednesday regarding the arrest of men’s basketball assistant coach Emanuel “Book” Richardson.
The Arizona volleyball team heads up to Tempe for a battle against rival ASU in the first matchup of Pac-12 Conference play. The conference-opening match will also be the Territorial Cup Series opener.
Arizona volleyball is in full swing and so is freshman outside hitter Paige Whipple. Whipple didn’t have high expectations when coming to Arizona, but found herself starting on the court for the Wildcats.
The Arizona Wildcats were unable to recover in the fourth quarter resulting in their first loss of the season, 19-16, against the Houston Cougars at Arizona Stadium.
Arizona battled Houston close in the first half, but the Cougars found their way through the second quarter taking a 10-3 lead. The Wildcats responded with a drive of their own with JJ Taylor rushing 54-yards followed by Zach Green to score a touchdown tying the game 10-10.
The 2017 season is among us and our coverage begins with a football season preview for a year that should be interesting in Tucson.Follow Syrena Tracy, Saul Bookman, Alec White and Nathan Skinner on Twitter for coverage all season long.
Arizona football junior safety Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles turned out to be one of the standouts on the Arizona defense last season, despite the lack of success from the team.
Arizona football is getting ready to kick off, and to prepare yourself for this upcoming season, here are a few game day essentials to make the season just a little bit better:
Arizona gymnastics coach John Court has been named interim head coach for the upcoming 2017-2018 season after Tabitha Yim accepted a head coaching position at Stanford University. Due to Courts many years working with the GymCats on vault and floor exercise, he was the logical choice.
With Arizona gymnastics for two seasons, head coach Tabitha Yim will be leaving the GymCats to become a Cardinal once again as she has been named head coach for Stanford gymnastics as of Wednesday, Aug. 23.
The Arizona volleyball team’s 2017 schedule was released Thursday, June 15, showing a 31-match slate that will include 16 home matches at McKale Center. The Wildcats will play in 20 conference matches, and the Pac-12 Network will televise 13 of them.
Arizona’s track and field star Sage Watson left her mark on the University of Arizona after winning the NCAA Championship in women’s 400-meter hurdles Saturday, June 10. She posted a personal best time of 54.52 seconds.
It was a historic season for Arizona softball with many memorable highs and lows.