Arizona defensive line coach Iona Uiagalelei has been responsible for about 15 players throughout spring practices thus far. While defensive coordinator Marcel Yates specializes teaching the studs technique, and pass drops, Uiagalelei focuses on working with the ends and tackles.
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His record-breaking jump in 2014 signified the arrival of a potentially great high jumper. Now, it means something else: Bryant O’Georgia is back and the bar is only getting higher.
Several Wildcats submitted exceptional performances at the annual Willie Williams Classic, including both the men and women’s 4x400-meter relay teams finishing atop the podium. Now the UA track & field team prepares to head to San Diego, Calif. to compete in the 40th Annual Aztec Invitational.
The freshman sprinter from Scottsdale, Ariz. has spent his first official indoor season setting PR’s and getting familiar with the extra turns around the track. Williams hasn’t allowed his inexperience to hold him back, instead he’s used his excitement to represent the Wildcats as a tool to keep running faster.
Dick Tomey holds the all-time record for wins with Arizona football as a head coach, and now he'll be back in a different way with influences on Kevin Sumlin's recruiting.
Still, Hing felt off mentally. Heading into his senior season Hing knew he needed to change his approach. “As the same as really every other sport, a rut is mental for the most part. Once I changed my mindset I started seeing better results on the track," Hing said.
The Arizona track team competed at the NAU Tune-Up on Friday, Feb. 16, in Flagstaff, Arizona. The meet marked the end of the regular season for the Wildcats. Twelve athletes represented the Arizona track and field program with junior sprinter Brena Andrews grabbing the headlines.
At the end of the day, distance runner Carlos Villarreal has plenty of motivation to keep moving forward. He’s one of the first members of his family to compete in Division I Athletics. He has two younger siblings who aspire to do big things both athletically and academically, and he has family still living in Mexico who he wants to make proud. Most importantly, Villarreal loves to race – it’s his lifestyle.
The Kevin Sumlin recruiting era is officially underway for the Arizona football program. After commitments from 16 players during the early signing period in December, the Wildcats added four more members to their 2018 recruiting class on Wednesday, Feb. 7th and completed a class of 20 incoming recruits. Which one's can compete right away?