After a disappointing 11-18 season last year, Arizona volleyball is looking to bounce back this season and finish with a winning record, along with a postseason birth.
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The upcoming Arizona men’s basketball schedule is complete. The program announced its non-conference schedule last week and the Pac-12 released weekly pairings for the conference slate of games. Arizona finally added Houston Baptist to the schedule, slotting in as the 'Cats opener for their season in McKale.
The mid-summer classic for the MLB is right around the corner so now is an opportune time to check in some former Arizona Wildcat baseball players in their careers in the big leagues. Here's a look out how five familiar faces have fared in 2018.
Arizona track and field completed its final hoorah of the 2018 season with a trip to Eugene, Oregon for the NCAA Championships. The three-day trip to Eugene had many highlights from athletes competing in a myriad of events.
Earlier this summer, Arizona baseball wrapped up its 2018 season with a 34-22 overall record as they failed to earn a spot in the College World Series.
Arizona baseball saw its legacy shine this week as six standout players were drafted in the first 10 rounds of the 2018 MLB Draft and eight were drafted overall.
Freshman standout thrower Jordan Geist was named the Pac-12 Men’s Track and Field Freshman of the Year. This award is just one of Geist’s many outstanding highlights of only his freshman season at Arizona.
Arizona track and field recently finished up its trip to Sacramento, California. for the NCAA West Preliminary Round. Many Wildcats were able to punch their tickets to Eugene, Oregon for the Division I Championships, which start on June 6 and go until June 9.
The University of Arizona is wrapping up its spring sports season with the conclusion of track and field, baseball and softball later this month. Come August, Arizona will commence its fall season with football, volleyball, soccer, and cross country.
After the completion of the 2018 sports season, Arizona will begin renovations on athletic facilities. These renovations will include changes to Arizona Stadium, Hillenbrand Stadium, Hillenbrand Aquatic Center and McKale Center. In addition, an indoor sports center will be built across the street from the current Arizona Stadium.
Arizona beach volleyball traveled to Stanford, California with high expectations for the Pac-12 Championships. During the two-day endeavor, Arizona squared off against three teams: Stanford, Utah, and California. Much to the Sand Cats' dismay, they were sent home after only three games, dropping their games against Stanford (1-4) and California (2-3).
This week, Arizona beach volleyball heads up to Stanford, Calif. to put their past year of training to the ultimate test: the Pac-12 Championships. This season, Arizona takes the fifth seed in the tournament as they went 6-3 in Pac-12 matches, dropping all four of their games during the weekend of the Pac-12 South Invitational against No. 1 UCLA, No. 2 USC, No. 3 California, and No. 4 Stanford.
After coming home from a long day of soccer matches, then 12-year-old Mia Mason started experiencing terrible headaches. Her mother, a UA indoor volleyball alumna, took her to their family doctor to check out what was happening to her daughter.
Caroline Cordes’ sports journey with Arizona beach volleyball comes with a bit of family history. The UA redshirt freshman is but another member of the Cordes’ family legacy to walk the University of Arizona Mall.
The Sand Cats returned to Bear Down Beach on Friday, April 20 to host and dominate the Bear Down Bash in Tucson, Ariz. against New Mexico and Utah with 5-0 and 3-2 wins respecitvely. Thanks to the clutch performance by sophomore Olivia Hallaran and Kacey Nady, the ‘Cats were able to sweep their final home tournament of the season (2-0).
Arizona beach volleyball completed its season sweep against its in-state rivals, Arizona State, this evening in its final road trip of the regular season, after defeating the Sun Devils by a score of 3-2 in Tempe, Arizona.
Arizona beach volleyball announced three more recruits for its 2019 roster. Earlier this year, in the fall, the team announced its first two recruits for next year: Dana Parker and Sarah Blacker. This week, the Sand Cats added Jasmine Safar, Madison Rigdon and Ainise Havili to their list of new commits.
This morning, Arizona beach volleyball saw their hot streak from their home tournament come to an end as they lost to both No. 2 Pepperdine (4-1) and No. 5 Cal Poly (4-1). The only two players to get wins for Arizona were sophomore Brooke Burling and freshman Jonny Baham. With her performance this weekend, Baham continues to hold the best individual record on the season (20-5).
Senior blocker Olivia Macdonald has made quite the impact on Arizona beach volleyball during her past three years on the team. As a freshman, Macdonald and current assistant coach Emily Kiser started in the sixth seed and posted a 13-1 record.