Buffaloes stampede over Wildcats, 3-0

 After upsetting the then No. 16 Oregon Ducks last weekend, the Arizona Volleyball team came out flat and were swept by the Colorado Buffaloes in Boulder, 3-0 (25-20, 25-18, 25-19).  Read more

Stahlhuth hat trick headlines weekend sweep of Utah

It was a successful weekend in Utah for the Wildcat hockey team as they beat the Utah Utes on Friday, Nov. 10 and Saturday, Nov. 11 by scores of 5-2 and 5-3 respectively. The Wildcats were able to sweep Utah, but no one stood out more than Ethan Stahlhuth with a hat trick on Saturday night.   Read more

Fight or flight

 Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Whether the Lorenzo Romar effect is ahead of schedule or Sean Miller had a change of heart in coaching philosophy, one thing is certain: Arizona is playing a style of basketball equivalent to the air raid offenses of college football that is a far cry from the typical Sean Miller teams of recent memory.  Read more

Green prepares for final race

 It couldn’t be a more picture-perfect scenario for Claire Green, her final race of her cross country career for the University of Arizona will be in Louisville, Ky. as she competes in the NCAA National Championship on Nov. 18.  Read more

Wildcats upset Ducks in five sets

Arizona volleyball's Kendra Dahlke dominated on the court during the match against No. 16 Oregon hitting a career high of 23 kills. Dahlke was able to help the Wildcats break their losing streak Sunday afternoon at McKale Center defeating the Ducks, 3-2 (26-24, 25-16, 24-21, 25-21,15-13). Read more

Wildcats given All-Pac-12 honors

Arizona’s defense is a major reason for the Wildcats success this season. The coaches recognized that, voting goalkeeper Lainey Burdett and right back Morgan McGarry for All-Pac-12 Second Team. The pair make up half the players not on Stanford, UCLA, USC and Cal named to the First and Second Teams. Gabi Stoian was also named to the Third Team.  Read more

The real big baller

 In today’s one-and-done mentality in college basketball, it is rare to see a four or five-year player starting at a program with as much prowess as Arizona. In recent years, Wildcat fans have seen the likes of Kadeem Allen, Kaleb Tarczewski, Gabe York and T.J. McConnell play as seniors in Tucson. And for every senior, there’s always a freshman who leaves school to pursue the NBA, such as Stanley Johnson or Lauri Markkanen.   Read more

No. 1 or not, pressure crumbles teams

 The Arizona Wildcats men’s basketball team is the preseason favorite of many. While the distinction of being preseason No. 1 is quite an honor, it carries with it high expectations and even higher pressure. Assuming at some point during the season Arizona does, in fact, become No. 1, we ask the question: How have previous preseason No. 1’s fared?  Read more

Fan experience: Making the band

 Nothing excites students quite like game day — basketball game day, that is. The prospect of an evening spent in McKale Center cheering on head coach Sean Miller’s men’s basketball team is the definition of an ideal night to many.  Read more