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Zerrenner was making her way into the second of three loops in the 6,000 kilometer race during the 2016 Pac-12 Cross Country Championship in Tucson, Ariz. and told herself to keep pushing harder. That’s when she thought she saw an unmistakable figure sneak into her view, her mom Melinda. Read more

Decker brings personality and experience to the ice

The University of Arizona hockey team had one of their best summers from recruiting and brought in loads of talent. Among the group is Trey Decker, who stands out amongst his teammates through his personality, the edge he plays with and the experience he has under his belt.   Read more

A look at the team that started it all

 In the ‘60s, the sport of lacrosse wasn’t wide spread in Arizona yet.  At the time it was really only an “East coast” sport with states like New York, Maryland and New Jersey dominating the scene. While lacrosse struggled to spread past the East coast a man named Carl Runk brought the sport to the University of Arizona. This year’s Homecoming weekend brought many of those players from the ‘60s back to campus to revisit the place they once suited up in red and blue.  Read more

Arizona fans more optimistic about football season

Arizona football has seen a change in play on the field, but not much of a difference of fans in the stands. What was supposed to be a sellout game consisted of many empty seats throughout Arizona Stadium. Despite the lack of fans for the homecoming game, the atmosphere around campus showed that students and alumni were ready to Bear Down. Read more

“Air”Zona: Wildcats race out to lead via aerial attack

The Arizona Wildcats are one of the hottest teams in the nation of late, and they got off to yet another blazing start Saturday evening. In front of a loud and raucous homecoming crowd, the ‘Cats raced out to a ten point lead over fifteenth ranked Washington State Cougars. Unfortunately for Arizona, a muffed punt gave the favored Cougars a chance to crawl back into the contest. A flurry of activity followed as Arizona scored ten unanswered points. The Cougars answered with a late touchdown, but the ‘Cats responded with a 57-yard field goal by Josh Pollack, making the halftime score 23-14.  Read more

Inside the game: Leach vs. Rodriguez

While the game of football has been home to numerous innovations over the last 100 years, few have changed the game like the spread. An offensive system that was once employed by teams lacking in talent, the spread has become the scheme of choice an overwhelming majority of collegiate programs.  Read more