Tennis

Men's tennis struggling

The men's tennis team is battling a six-match losing streak, also falling in eight of its last 11 matches. But, at least in the eyes of these Wildcats, wins and losses simply do not tell the whole story. Read more

From the hard court to the green court

For 18 years, Jim Rosborough coached alongside Lute Olson in Arizona on some of the greatest teams the Wildcat basketball program has ever witnessed. Yet, after a falling out with the iconic basketball coach, Rosborough's basketball life ended and he moved on to something new. Read more

'Cats welcome Sooners

The Arizona men's tennis team's extremely tough schedule continues this weekend as it welcomes the No. 29 Oklahoma Sooners to the LaNelle Robson Tennis Center. The No. 42 Wildcats are coming off wins against Sacremento State, 4-3, and No. 56 New Mexico State by a score of 6-1. Read more

Arizona all aces

The Arizona women's tennis team went into the weekend on fire and the country started to take notice, rewarding the Wildcats with an unprecedented 15 spot climb in the ITA National Rankings to No. 26. Read more

Tennis Headline

The Arizona men's tennis team travels to Montgomery, Ala. this weekend to participate in the prestigious Blue/Gray Classic. The Wildcats' first match-up is against No. 17 Texas Tech, and they are guaranteed to play three matches over the course of three days. Read more

Women's Tennis to wrap up Calif. trip

The Arizona women's tennis team will finish its recent California swing this weekend as it travels to San Diego to take on San Diego State on Friday at 2 p.m. and the University of San Diego on Saturday at 10 a.m. Most teams might not be very psyched about a six-game road trip, but the Wildcats have proven themselves on the road, sporting a 3-1 record away from home. Read more

Feeling better

The Arizona men's tennis team returns home this weekend after abruptly ending its stay in Texas last weekend. After losing to No. 44 University of Miami in the first round of the ITA Kick-Off Weekend, the Wildcats were forced to default their second match versus No. 40 Mississippi State when the team came down with a virus. Read more