Sports

First Final Four: 30 years later

 Lute Olson made his first men's Final Four appearance in the spring of 1988. The tournament was the Wildcats' first time playing in the national semifinal game. Sean Miller, today's University of Arizona men's basketball head coach, intends to reach his first Final Four exactly 30 years later.   Read more

International Flavour

 Arizona’s 17-man roster is made up of top athletes from around the world. Apart from the U.S., four different countries are represented on this year's team.  Read more

Fan experience: Making the band

 Nothing excites students quite like game day — basketball game day, that is. The prospect of an evening spent in McKale Center cheering on head coach Sean Miller’s men’s basketball team is the definition of an ideal night to many.  Read more

ZonaZoo: What it means for the team

 If there’s one thing we know for sure amid all the uncertainty coming into the 2017–2018 season, it’s that McKale Center will be loud. In large part, that’s thanks to the University of Arizona’s incessant, deafening section that sits behind the hoop on the left side of the court, the ZonaZoo.  Read more

Fan experience: Phyllis Goodman is no rookie

 On game day McKale Center opens its doors for fans to witness Arizona basketball up close and personal. Athletes soaring well above the rim, bright lights and rockin’ music from the band include the entertainment at UA basketball games. However, maybe the most significant entertainment occurs off the court.  Read more

Done but not finished yet

 The Arizona Wildcat soccer team was picked to finish ninth by the coaches collectively before the season started. Head coach Tony Amato did not let his players forget that fact throughout the course of the season.   Read more

Life of a transfer

 Being a college basketball program that has a reputation for breeding success, Arizona men’s basketball is naturally a magnet for prospective transfers from all over the country. Players that have the desire to compete, and win, at an elite level often come to Arizona and make big impacts.  Read more

The Rundown: USC edition

The Arizona Wildcats football team lost for the first time in four weeks Saturday, Nov. 4 at the L.A. Coliseum. Take a look at the coverage by the Daily Wildcat, Daily Star and other outlets both locally and nationally. Read more

Cusanelli and Griffith establish offense in 6-2 win over CSU

The Arizona Wildcats hockey team defeated Colorado State on Nov. 4 to sweep the series with a 6-2 win. Austin Wilson started in net for the second time in the span of 24-hours, and let up just one more goal than he had in the previous contest. This was the second time Wilson had played, and won, both nights of a back-to-back this season.  Read more

Football Notebook: Too little too late

LOS ANGELES — In a fight for Pac-12 South supremacy, the No. 22 Arizona Wildcats were outmatched by the No. 17 USC Trojans and came up short of comeback in a 49-35 loss. The loss drops Arizona football to an overall record of 6-3 (4-2 in Pac-12), but on the bright side, it don’t drop in the Pac-12 standings and remain at second place.  Read more

Opinion: Khalil Tate is Arizona's best player ... ever

LOS ANGELES — The Heisman Trophy is meant for the very best player in college football in a given year. On Saturday against USC, Arizona’s quarterback Khalil Tate showed why at the very least he deserves an invite to New York City, and the Downtown Athletic Club. He also showed why he may be the very best player to ever put on an Arizona football uniform. Read more

Halftime: Trojans running over Wildcats

The USC Trojans came out of the gate running and pounded the Arizona defense in the first quarter rushing for 116-yards. The Wildcats struggled to hold off the Trojans and fumbled on a punt recovered by Jalen Greene for an 11-yard touchdown.  Read more