Soccer

Arizona's not-so-secret Santa

While he may lack the white beard and giant belly, Arizona Assistant Director of Equipment Operations Brian Brigger provides many athletes a Christmas throughout the school year in the form of team gear. 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

'Cats tie game against No. 1 UCLA

The Wildcats finished up a challenging week of play by tying top ranked UCLA, 2-2. The Bruins came to Tucson Sunday afternoon with a total of 11 wins and one tie, enough to earn the number one spot in NCAA soccer. Read more

Arizona soccer falls to No. 6 USC in extra time

The Wildcats hung in with the Trojans for the majority of the game making it a competitive match for the 674 fans in attendance. In the 108' in extra time, Anthony redeemed herself after missing a previous penalty kick by scoring the winning goal giving USC the victory. Read more

​Arizona Upsets No.11 Cal in Berkeley

Coming off another tough loss against No. 2 Stanford in Palo Alto, Arizona soccer found a way to beat No.11 California off of freshman Jada Talley’s 74’ goal on Sunday. The Wildcats were on a three-game win streak heading into their road trip against the two Northern California teams. Read more

UA soccer's Morgan McGarry bounces back

While on a recruiting trip in northern California, Arizona women’s head soccer coach Tony Amato chose to attend an event hosted by the Player Development Program (PDP) where the top prospects in the area train and play with and against each other.  Read more