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Mia Mason spikes cancer to the sand

After some time, the CAT scan revealed that Mason had a tumor in her brain that was limiting the function of her cerebellum. Because of the cerebellum’s imperative function, this meant that Mason would not be able to walk for the time being. That was a huge setback to someone who lived for the thrill of being able to play sports. Read more

Arizona softball takes two of three from ASU in Tempe

No. 13 Arizona softball took the season series against rival No. 8 ASU this weekend by winning two out of three games in Tempe. The Wildcats lost Friday's series opener but followed it up with back-to-back road wins, including a dramatic series-clinching win on Sunday that needed extra innings. Here is a game-by-game breakdown of the series. Read more

Arizona vs No. 2 Stanford preview: Players to watch for and keys to the series

Arizona is playing its best baseball of the year at the right time. But the series this weekend against No. 2 Stanford will be an important measuring stick for just how good Arizona is. Coming off a series win in Los Angeles against USC and a home win against BYU, the Wildcats are rolling. Arizona’s pitching is matching its explosive offense and that’s a recipe for success as the ‘Cats look to end the year strong.  Read more

Arizona beach volleyball adds five new recruits to 2019 roster

Arizona beach volleyball announced three more recruits for its 2019 roster. Earlier this year, in the fall, the team announced its first two recruits for next year: Dana Parker and Sarah Blacker. This week, the Sand Cats added Jasmine Safar, Madison Rigdon, and Ainise Havili to their list of new commits. Read more

Wildcat softball gets two much needs wins, still have room for improvement

After a six game losing streak, Arizona softball got back on track Wednesday night, getting two much needed wins in a doubleheader sweep of New Mexico State. In game one, the offense came alive for the Wildcats, with four home runs from three different Cats in a 7-3 win. In game two, the offense stayed hot, and the ‘Cats run ruled the Aggies, 9-0 (5). Read more