The University of Arizona baseball team lost eight players from last season’s team to either graduation or the MLB draft. This team will see a mix of returning players from last year’s sensational freshman class and new faces from another highly anticipated freshman class this year.
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Arizona baseball finished strong last season by winning its last ten games, but it was not enough to make the postseason as they missed the NCAA tournament for the second consecutive year. The 'Cats will look to rebound this year, beginning with three games this fall.
Where are they now?
It has been an interesting last two years for the Arizona Wildcats football team, to say the least.
As a new season of Arizona sports approaches, many UA athletes will put their talents on display. But which ones will be at the forefront of helping their team win? We've identified five athletes whose performances will be under the microscope in fall 2019:
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.
The Arizona Wildcats baseball team (18-20, 6-12 Pac-12) lost its fourth consecutive game on Tuesday night against Grand Canyon University by a score of 11-9.
Before coming to play for Arizona and racking up seven hits in UA's last three games, Branden Boissiere's baseball career was in jeopardy.
Coming off a three-game series sweep of the Washington Huskies and a hard-fought win over Grand Canyon, the Arizona Wildcats looked to carry this momentum into a weekend series against the Cal Golden Bears. Let’s take a look, game-by-game, at how the Wildcats fared against the Golden Bears:
Things are going downhill quickly for Arizona baseball.
Quinn Flanagan was dealing through his sophomore season in high school at Corona del Sol High School, as the Chandler native posted a 1.56 ERA over 49.1 innings with 56 strikeouts and six wins earned.
It has been a very up and down beginning to the 2018-19 season for Arizona’s baseball team. After originally being projected to finish fourth in the Pac-12 going into the season, Arizona found itself sitting at 10-6 in seventh place going into conference play last Friday night against Utah. Despite a rough first game, the Wildcats went on to win the final two games of the series.
Coming off a tough series win over Wisconsin-Milwaukee this past weekend, there was no time to celebrate for the Arizona Wildcats, as the Michigan State Spartans came to Hi Corbett Field Tuesday night. The ‘Cats looked to take advantage of a vulnerable Spartan team that lost nine games in a row coming into their matchup, but six errors and a struggling offense late doomed Arizona to a 9-5 loss.
Arizona baseball took on Wisconsin-Milwaukee at Hi Corbett Field in Tucson and were able to come away with a 2-1 series, including a walk-off win to cap off the weekend and to improve to 8-4 on the year. Here's a rundown of how each game played out.
There’s a quote by head coach Jay Johnson that sums up the Arizona Wildcats baseball season so far through eight games.
The Arizona baseball team got off to a hot start, and finished the weekend that way as the Wildcats blew away the visiting UMass Lowell River Hawks in a four-game sweep. Here are four observations we made after the opening weekend.
It was an opening series to remember for Arizona Wildcats baseball, highlighted by the collegiate debuts of a number of freshman who helped lead this team to a series sweep of the UMass Lowell River Hawks.
Arizona baseball notebook: Three important moments from first game of double-header against UMass Lowell
Arizona faced off against UMass Lowell in its second matchup of the four-game series and left no doubt from the beginning all the way through to the last out, winning by a score of 18-4. Here are a couple moments that defined the first of two games on Saturday at Hi Corbett.
After just missing the NCAA tournament last year, the Wildcats were on a clear mission coming into this season. That mission began Friday night under the lights of Hi Corbett Field, when the Arizona Wildcats took on the River Hawks of UMass Lowell.
After missing postseason for the first time under head coach Jay Johnson, the Arizona Wildcats will aim to rebound this coming season in hopes of earning a bid back into playing baseball into the summer months.