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Arizona soccer will play Tennessee for a chance to return to the Sweet 16.
The University of Arizona women’s soccer team will return to Mulcahy Stadium Friday, Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. to host the Denver Pioneers in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
One goal was all the difference for the University of Arizona women’s soccer team in its victory over in-state rival Arizona State Friday, Nov. 2. For the past three years the Wildcats have come out on top with only one goal over their opponent.
One day you’re signing your national letter of intent to play Division 1 soccer at your dream school, and the next you're playing in the last home game of your collegiate career. Such was the case for some members of the Arizona women's soccer team this weekend.
In soccer, defense gets credited for winning championships and forwards get the glory, but what do midfielders get?
Proper preparation prevents poor performance. This alliteration proves to be true in the case of redshirt junior Carlos Villarreal.
Arizona women’s soccer was defeated by No. 2 USC 2-0 on the road Thursday afternoon. The 'Cats now have a record of 1-1-2 in Pac-12 conference play.
While battling a genetic disorder, a 12-year-old boy joined the University of Arizona Wildcats swim and dive team on Friday, Sept. 28 in McKale Center.
Jill Aguilera scored a game-winning golden goal to give the Wildcats their first Pac-12 conference win of the season on Sept. 27. The Arizona women’s soccer team hosted the Utah Utes Thursday night and won 2-1 after 108 minutes of play.
The saying goes “if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” However, not many people find the confidence to “try again” after they have been turned down a first time.
Arizona soccer’s all-time shutout leader has a new name: Lainey Burdett. After keeping the New Hampshire Wildcats from finding the back of the net on Sept. 2, the senior became the first player in Arizona history with at least 21 clean sheets.
Five goals were more than enough for the University of Arizona women's soccer team to kick off the Sun Devil Desert Classic Friday afternoon against the Southeast Missouri State Redhawks. This win adds another victory to their record, improving it to 3-1.
There were a lot of “firsts” that were celebrated during Arizona women’s soccer 6-0 win over Houston Baptist on Sunday night.
Last November, the Arizona men’s club soccer team navigated a path of six games in a span of three days en route to their first-ever national championship. The club team took home the title in the Open Division of the NIRSA (National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association) Tournament, qualifying for the first time since 2012 with a regular season record of 14-8-1.