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

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

ABOR report says Arizona grads earn 22K more than high school grads

The​ ​Arizona​ ​Board​ ​of​ ​Regents​ ​released​ a​ ​recent​ ​report​ ​comparing the​ ​wages​ ​of college​ ​graduates​ ​and​​ ​high​ ​school​ ​graduates​ ​in​ ​the​ ​state​ ​of​ ​Arizona.​ ​According​ ​to​ ​the​ ​Board,​ ​a​ ​college​ ​graduate earns​ ​about​ ​$22,000​ ​more​ ​than​ ​an individual​ ​with​ ​only​ ​a​ ​high​ ​school​ ​diploma. Read more

Wildcats suffer loss by Beavers in three sets

The Beavers took set one in convincing fashion, 25-11. After an 8-0 run put up by Oregon State, the Wildcats were unable to dig themselves out of the hole they found themselves in early on. The 11 points is the second lowest total in conference play for the 'Cats in a set to 25. Read more

Arizona looks to keep momentum in Berkeley

Justin Wilcox and the California Golden Bears entered the season with low expectations. Little was expected from the first year head coach, Wilcox inherited one of the least talented teams in the Pac-12. Despite being counted out and having little support outside of their locker room, the Bears have become one of the biggest surprises of the young season.   Read more