Wildcat hockey must prove its depth to succeed

It's not a new concept. Every championship hockey team out there, on every level, fulfills a set list of requirements before they are named champions. There's unspoken rules of ways to win hockey, and they change every so often, but some remain true.  Read more

Wildcats Make a Splash at USA Swimming's College Challenge

Five Arizona swimmers competed at USA Swimming's second ever College Challenge last weekend at the University of Southern California. The two day meet slated the best men and women swimmers in the Pac-12 against top performers on the U.S. National Team through thirty-six events, each gender swam fourteen individual races and four relays. Read more

Men’s golf finishes 10th in Florida, defeats ASU

The Wildcats traveled to Windermere, Fla. on Friday, Oct. 20 to compete in the 16th annual Tavistock Invitational. Arizona’s third tournament of the season was hosted at the Isleworth Country Club with the first round of play starting Sunday, Oct. 22  and the final round ending Tuesday, Oct. 24. The Wildcats finished in 10th place after three rounds of play making this the second time the ‘Cats placed in the top 10 this season. Read more

Cougars looking to delay bowl bid for Wildcats

It’s been a long, long time since the Washington State Cougars could realistically dream of Pasadena. In fact, most don’t remember the Cougs last Rose Bowl appearance, which happened in 2003. Mike Leach has done what many thought was impossible, he has brought elite football back to the Palouse.    Read more

Moline hurdles over mental blocks

 Arizona track and field alumna, Georganne Moline, became a 2012 Olympian in the 400-meter hurdles during her junior in college. After a successful colligate career, Moline continued to run professionally for Nike.   Read more

Arizona royalty hasn't stopped cheering for 'Cats

 2013 was a year where the cheerleading and mascots were in the spotlight of homecoming royalty at the University of Arizona. UA cheerleader Courtney Broome won homecoming king alongside homecoming queen Alexis Del Castillo, who was Wilma at the time.   Read more

Where are they now?

 The University of Arizona had legendary teams in the 1980s and 1990s. The Wildcats glory era started with a Fiesta Bowl appearance in 1979, continued with three bowl appearances in the ‘80s and six bowl appearances in the ‘90s.  Read more

Analysis: Arizona soccer's individual talent shows in game against Buffs

Arizona soccer was unable to show their true talent Sunday afternoon, in a scoreless draw against the Colorado Buffaloes. They Wildcats played very poorly due to very little organization, which led to an inability to combine with each other. This forced UA to take on Colorado defenders one-on-one. Understandably, very few good shots came from this style of offense.  Read more

Soccer looks to be in a position to host postseason game

Arizona soccer is four games away from the NCAA soccer tournament. The Wildcats currently sit in the top 25 of the RPI rankings, and look to be in a position to host at least one postseason game. Most competitive teams at this point in the season have an identity. That being said, the Wildcats don't quite seem to have a preferred playing style. Read more