Sports

Arizona soccer looking forward not back

After a tough weekend, the Wildcats are looking at what’s ahead not what’s in the past. Coming home after two games in Tempe, Arizona looks to rebound from going winless at The Sun Devil Dessert Classic. Read more

Arizona prepares for a cat fight

Major Applewhite has huge shoes to fill. Not only is Applewhite a first time head coach, he is succeeding Tom Herman, one of the hottest young stars in the coaching profession. Herman, Kevin Sumlin and Art Briles all parleyed success at the University of Houston into jobs at Power Five schools.  Read more

So you think you can dance?

Despite what the NCAA rulebook says, UA football players find ways to keep the fun infootball alive. As referees in both collegiate and professional football continue to crack down on in-game celebrations, the power of music keeps players and coaches ready to dance through the season. Read more

Athletics community comes to aid Houston

Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017 will mark one of those times. Just over a week after Hurricane Harvey devastated the city of Houston, the University of Houston is preparing to play its first game of the 2017 season - 938 miles from home. Read more

Lutes legacy extends beyond the court

When a white-haired man stepped foot in Tucson way back in 1983, the city changed and for the better. The University of Arizona men’s basketball program, which had seen some success under Fred Snowden, wasn’t the brand it is today until Robert Luther “Lute” Olson showed up. Read more

Wildcats dominate Lumberjacks in home opener

Shun Brown did something Arizona didn’t do all of last season, score on special teams. Brown took a 66-yard punt to the house five minutes into the first quarter and the Wildcats were off to the races in a 62-24 rout of the NAU Lumberjacks, Saturday at Arizona Stadium. Read more

VIDEO: Daily Wildcat football season preview

The 2017 season is among us and our coverage begins with a football season preview for a year that should be interesting in Tucson. Follow Syrena Tracy, Saul Bookman, Alec White and Nathan Skinner on Twitter for coverage all season long. Read more

John Court named new gymnastics interim head coach

Arizona gymnastics coach John Court has been named interim head coach for the upcoming 2017-2018 season after Tabitha Yim accepted a head coaching position at Stanford University. Due to Courts many years working with the GymCats on vault and floor exercise, he was the logical choice. Read more

'Jacks lumber into town for season opener

The Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks come to Arizona Stadium for the first game of the 2017-18 season. The Lumberjacks last made an appearance in Tucson Sept. 19, 2015, where they gave up 77 points to the Wildcats en route to a 64 point loss. Arizona leads 13-1 in the all-time series, winning the last 12 in a row. Read more