"Schwartz on sports: Catch some baseball, why don'cha?"

Last year the Arizona baseball team enjoyed its most successful regular season since its glory days. With a dynamic offense that led the Pacific 10 Conference in nearly every offensive category, two aces at the top of the rotation, one of the conference's best closers and a player's manager, there was only one thing the 2005 version of Arizona baseball was missing: fans, students in particular. Read more


EVENTS / WORKSHOPS Commuter breakfast. Free light breakfast for all commuters. 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Student Union Memorial Center, Commuter Student Affairs lounge Ace the Interview. Learn preparation strategies and tips for performing well during interviews. Read more

Casey at the Pen: Football translates easily to Hollywood

Secretary Cleary, I'm John Ryan. Well, John Ryan Casey. For the next few minutes, we're going to examine all aspects of your beloved Wildcats through the eyes of Hollywood. Arizona football head coach Mike Stoops on the recruiting trail (courtesy of ""Wedding Crashers""): ""You're sitting there, you're wondering, 'Do I have food on my face, am I eating, am I talking too much, are they talking enough, am I interested? I'm not really interested, should I play like I'm interested but I'm not that interested but I think she might be interested but do I want to be interested but now she's not interested?' So all of a sudden I'm getting - I'm starting to get interested. Read more

Changes shine up Sancet

After all was said and done with the 2005 edition of college baseball, and it was ASU - not Arizona - that punched its tickets to Omaha, Neb., for the College World Series, Arizona head coach Andy Lopez wondered what was next. Rumors had him linked to a number of schools around the country, including Oklahoma and most prominently Texas A&M;. Read more

"Ace aims for title, not records"

As she slogged through the most mortal six weeks of her career, Alicia Hollowell realized dominance had a price. After setting the program record for most wins in a season in 2003 and 2004, the Arizona softball team's senior ace hit a wall in Pacific 10 Conference play as a junior last spring, losing more games in 18 appearances - six - than in either of her first two seasons. Read more


In yesterday's ""Officials mum on tuition hike"" the Arizona Daily Wildcat reported that nonresident undergraduates were asked to pay $704 in tuition for 2004-2005. $704 reflects the price resident graduate students paid in 2004-2005. Read more

ASUA funding prone to errors

Every year, nearly $1 million of student money is funneled to the Associated Students of the University of Arizona, and $85,000 of it is earmarked for the 500 clubs and organizations recognized by the university. According to ASUA Executive Vice President Erin Hertzog, that money is carefully allocated according to strict guidelines. Read more

Junior Liaw stays humble despite success

Henry Liaw is the Arizona men's golf team's golden boy - just don't tell him that. The humble junior realizes that he is a leader of the team, but how many leaders have you met who shy away from the word leader? ""I don't like to use that word,"" he said. ""It feels controlling. Read more


A UA employee's mop, supply cart and portable music players were stolen sometime between Wednesday and Thursday from a utilities closet on the first floor of BioSciences West, 1041 E. Lowell St., reports stated. When police arrived, the UA employee said he had last seen the items around 11 a. Read more

Editorial: Restricting majors not a fair solution

It's no secret that when it comes to class availability, the UA has problems. Students perpetually struggle to find spots in the courses they need to graduate; departments struggle to keep class sizes small. When the money to pay for new students evaporated at a rate inversely proportionate to growing class demand, UA colleges and programs addressed the problem by raising entrance requirements to restrict enrollment. Read more

"2006 Softball Season Preview: Chemistry set, Wildcats a family again"

Of all the factors that contributed to the No. 5 Arizona softball team's 45-12 record last season - the program's worst since 1987 - the most important one may have been the least obvious on the field. In the midst of a season that threw a few shovel loads of dirt on the Wildcats' reputation for power - 33 team home runs, its fewest since 1992 - some players said the clubhouse took on a disturbing hierarchy. Read more

Men take early lead in Tucson tourney

Picture this: You are a student-athlete at Arizona. Not just any student-athlete but a golfer on the men's golf team, a sport in which the season runs from September to June. Are you stressed out yet? The Arizona men's golf team began the plunge into the second part of its season with the start of the Ping-Arizona Intercollegiate yesterday, which boasts four of 16 teams that were nationally ranked at the end of the fall season, yet features Arizona at the top of the team leaderboard. Read more