For the 23rd time in program history and the first since 2010, Arizona softball is headed to Oklahoma City to play in the Women’s College World Series. The Wildcats routed Ole Miss 9-1 in game two of the Super Regional on Saturday night to sweep the series and move on to the final stage of the NCAA Tournament.
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Arizona softball shook off a shaky start and a couple one-run deficits against No. 11 Ole Miss, eventually rallying to a 5-2 victory in game one of the Super Regional to put the program on the doorstep of its first Women’s College World Series birth since 2010.
Jessie Harper of house Hillenbrand, First of her Name, Breaker of Spirit and Destroyer of Softballs.
Mike Candrea’s faith in T Statman was rewarded Saturday afternoon when the Arizona softball coach made the decision to send in the senior during the fourth inning as a pinch hitter with two runners in scoring position.
The postseason is when the players you least expect turn into heroes.
Congratulations, graduates of the Class of 2019. Your hard work, dedication and ability to wake up for that 8 a.m. gen-ed class two years ago have finally paid off. For some of you, it was a four-year journey. For others, including myself, it has been considerably longer. My story is one of those long, drawn out ones. During this graduation week, I turned 32. When I graduate May 9 with my degree in journalism, it will be almost 10 years to the day since I was supposed to graduate.
Chelsea Forer, this year’s outstanding senior in the College of Humanities, is “inspiring both students and faculty” at the University of Arizona with her academic achievements.
Looking ahead, I’m sure there are many doubts and questions in your head.
For this year’s graduating class, the University of Arizona’s Commencement ceremony took place on May 10 at the Arizona Stadium starting at 7:30 p.m.
On every team, there is an athlete that stands out above the rest with their impact on their team’s success. Here are just a few of them that achieved great personal success this season:
This year, Arizona women’s sports took home multiple national titles, making university history in the process.
Graduation is a time for seniors to reflect on their educational experience at the University of Arizona. The Daily Wildcat spoke to some seniors about some of their favorite memories:
Being a senior student-athlete comes with a lot of responsibility. Many are looked upon as their team leaders, to guide their teammates through times of strife and times of victory while also looking to figure out their future beyond college. Our Daily Wildcat sports writers picked their top senior in their respective beat to write about and how they contributed to the UA’s success:
In almost every situation, you have to take the good with the bad. However, this year struggles on and off the field for Arizona Athletics clouded several accomplishments. Here's the year-in-review "best and worst" of Arizona Wildcats sports in 2018-19.
As the school year comes to a close at the University of Arizona, now is the perfect time to recognize some of the senior Wildcat athletes who have been performing well in their sports and in the classroom. Here’s a look at just a few of the ‘Cats who will be leaving the UA with the honor of being named to the Pac-12 All-Academic first team this year:
Arizona baseball pitcher Avery Weems’ collegiate career is coming to an end. Coming to the UA after spending two years playing baseball for a community college, it has been quite the ride for Weems.
Arizona softball will say goodbye to six seniors with the conclusion of the 2019 season in a couple weeks, one of them being Tamara “T” Statman. A Scottsdale, Ariz., native, Statman showed promise from early in her college career. As a freshman, she started a total of 55 games with a 0.289 batting average with four home runs and 24 RBI.
Three University of Arizona students have had a somewhat unique experience during their time at the university: living in the dorms every year.
The Robert Logan Nugent award was established by the Alumni Association in 1964 to honor former University of Arizona executive vice president Robert Nugent. Ever since, the university has selected graduating students who epitomize the ideals of service and academic engagement to receive the award.
Francy Luna Diaz arrived in the United States from Colombia at the age of 19. After attending Pima Community College, Luna Diaz transferred to the University of Arizona, where she will be graduating this year with a double degree in law and political science