One day after Austin Wells was selected in round one by the New York Yankees, teammate Matthew Dyer was taken in round four by the other New York team as the Mets selected the super-utility player with the No. 120 overall pick.
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Arizona baseball catcher Austin Wells selected by the New York Yankees in round one of the MLB Draft
Two years ago, Arizona catcher Austin Wells was selected by the New York Yankees in the 35th round of the 2018 Major League Baseball draft but opted not to sign and instead enrolled at Arizona. Now, Wells finds himself getting drafted by the Yankees once again, this time in round one.
Collegiate Baseball announced their 2020 All-American teams from this past year’s shortened season that saw three Wildcats named to teams, including two Freshman All-Americans for the second consecutive season.
The NCAA Division I Council Coordination Committee made its official announcement last month that spring athletes will be granted another year of eligibility after losing most of their seasons due to the coronavirus pandemic.
When Arizona men’s tennis head coach Clancy Shields first heard the news of the season being cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic, the first person he thought of was Alejandro Reguant, the lone senior on the Wildcats roster.
Arizona baseball head coach Jay Johnson said he was “heartbroken” after the college baseball season was cut short, but it was “necessary and understandable” based on what is happening in our world due to coronavirus.
University of Arizona men's tennis players Filip Malbasic and Jonas Ziverts both hail from Sweden, growing up a mere short drive away from each other. They met at the Good to Great Tennis Academy in Stockholm as young teenagers where they first got to know each other.
After Tuesday’s game against ASU was canceled due to impending inclement weather, the Wildcats will now open up conference play this weekend at Hi Corbett Field against Oregon State.
As Arizona was coming off a crucial road victory over Texas, it looked to carry that momentum into a weekend series against Houston at Hi-Corbett Field. Here is how the Wildcats fared in their final series before conference play begins.
As Arizona baseball heads back to Hi Corbett Field this weekend coming off a huge win on the road against Texas last Tuesday, they’ll look to carry that momentum into this series against Houston before conference play begins.
After the Wildcats came off a disappointing loss at home against Rhode Island last Sunday, they were able to bounce back on Tuesday with an 8-6 win over the Texas Longhorns on the road.
After splitting two games with Central Michigan to begin the homestand, the Arizona Wildcats looked to pick up their offense, which had been struggling in two games against Rhode Island. They looked to pick up some steam heading into a game against the University of Texas on Tuesday. Here's how they fared.
The University of Arizona’s baseball team fell 2-5 against Minnesota Monday afternoon. It was the Wildcats' first loss of the season after sweeping Albany in their opening series of the season this past weekend. Here is a look at a few key numbers that came from this neutral site game that was played up in Tempe.
The spotlight was on the Wildcats' pitchers this weekend under new pitching coach Nate Yeskie as he made his official in-season debut here at Hi Corbett Field. Let’s take a look game-by-game at how they, along with the rest of the team, fared in the opening series against Albany.
“I don’t think I’ve ever met someone who knows more about pitching than him.”
As Arizona baseball gets ready to open up a new season this week, MLB teams will also head to their respective Spring Training camps very soon. The motto around Hi Corbett Field that Jay Johnson and the whole University of Arizona team preaches is “MLB Training Ground,” serving as reminder that college baseball is a steppingstone to the MLB. It is posted around the coach’s offices, as well as in the captions of every social media post. With that in mind, here is a look at your former Wildcats in the MLB and where they are right now.
University of Arizona baseball head coach Jay Johnson left plenty of reasons to be excited for this upcoming season at last week’s media session.
Arizona baseball’s highly lauded 2020 signing class was officially announced by Head Coach Jay Johnson as the team landed a top-25 recruiting class, according to nationally respected outlets in Perfect Game and Baseball America for the third consecutive year despite not making the NCAA tournament since 2017.
The Arizona baseball team will look to get back on track this season as they attempt to re-enter the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2017. If they are going to get back to where they want, they’ll need a few players to step up this season. Here is a look at a few of those key players to keep an eye on at Hi Corbett Field this season.