Sports

Win No. 56 makes Tony Amato winningest coach in Arizona soccer history

“I think it’s a celebration of them, our support staff, our assistant coaches. I feel really fortunate to have the group I have and we have a lot more that we want to do moving forward, so I think this is a milestone so to speak, but we’re going to enjoy it tonight, enjoy the performance, but we’ve got a lot more we want to do,” Amato said.  Read more

Commentary: Energy made all the difference in Arizona's loss to Albany

The ‘Cats were flying around the field from the first whistle. In the first few moments of the match, the ‘Cats had several good scoring opportunities. They were putting pressure on the ball in their attacking third and in the middle third of the pitch, which was creating turnovers. UA was also finding players in space and committing players forward on the counter attack.  Read more

Arizona volleyball a 'much improved team' in 2018

 Arizona volleyball opens its season in Sacramento, California in the Hornet Invitational where the ‘Cats will take on California State University, Northridge; Utah State and Sacramento State from Aug. 24 - 25. The ‘Cats will then return home the following weekend to take on Lipscomb, San Diego State and Pacific universities for the Cactus Classic in McKale Center Aug. 31 and Sept. 1.  Read more

'Cats unfazed by rain delays, different stadium in 5-0 win

“You look at that class and they stepped up and did a really good job," Amato said. "Jada was buzzing, Cliffy (Hannah Clifford) was buzzing, Porter was buzzing, and Sabs (Sabrina Enciso) was Sabs. So, I think there were a lot of good things there, and we just keep moving forward.” Read more

ZonaZoo: It's more than just showing up

The ZonaZoo is also a great way for sports fans to get involved. Having a passion for Arizona athletics and the ZonaZoo is common among students, and the ZonaZoo is how students can act on their passion.  Read more

Commentary: 5 Arizona athletes to watch for this fall

Tucson is home to some of the country’s finest student-athletes; this is simply a list of five Wildcats that are capable of bringing Arizona back to national prominence in the fall. All five student-athletes are a great representation of the University’s strongest values. Prior athletic achievements have allowed them to positively impact the community; future athletic endeavors will potentially resurrect the University. Read more