Sports

The road ends here: WNIT Final Four preview

With its win over Wyoming on Sunday, Arizona women’s basketball is headed to the Final Four of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament for the first time since 1996. Here’s a look at the other three teams, starting with their opponent Wednesday night, TCU: Read more

Softball shuts out Sun Devils, sweeps home series

“Putting the pedal to the medal, all gas no brakes,” is Arizona’s mindset going forward into more conference matchup for the remainder of the season, according to McQuillin. If this weekend was any indication, the Wildcats are as deadly as they come with their foot on the gas as the Sun Devils were unable to score all in all three games, losing 8-0 on both Friday and Saturday as well. Read more

Wildcats in the midst of rare postseason run

For the program, it’s the first time since 1998 that the Wildcats have won multiple postseason games in a season. That year, the ‘Cats made it to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, led by none other than Barnes. Read more

Accountable ‘Cats: Arizona football focuses on improved leadership in 2019

“The key for this football team is leadership and consistency. We just need leaders on this team,”  defensive coordinator Marcel Yates said. “When you think about our road games, we lost four road games and three of them weren’t even close. Your leadership, you need those guys to step up, help you out and get you going on the road.” Read more

Burling and Baham’s success prove that opposites attract

Yet, being in sync in the sand is far more difficult than it sounds. In fact, the two grew up on opposite sides of the country. Baham grew up in the sandy beaches Hawaii before moving to Carlsbad, California for high school. Burling on the other hand, grew up in an area where in was hard to find sand, Naperville, Illinois. Read more