This weekend, Arizona softball heads to Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the Easton Crimson Classic, hosted by the Alabama Crimson Tide. The Wildcats are set to play the University of Alabama and McNeese State University each twice and the University of Texas-Arlington once on Sunday afternoon to round up the weekend.
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As the USA Softball Women’s National Team prepares for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, they will be making a stop on their “Stand Beside Her” tour in Tucson on Tuesday to face off against the Arizona Wildcats. This will be Arizona softball’s last February game at Hillenbrand Stadium before hitting the road for two consecutive weekends. This weekend, the Wildcats head to Tuscaloosa to play in the Mary Nutter Classic but not before playing an exhibition game against Team USA.
After a successful weekend in Tempe, the 5-0 Arizona Wildcats will be back in Tucson to host the Hillenbrand Invitational this weekend and play another set of five games. Teams in the tournament include: Bryant University, Long Beach State, Northern Iowa and University of Oklahoma. Following their five-inning win against No. 12 University of Tennessee last weekend, Arizona softball moved up to No. 4 in the country and is lined up to face yet another top ranked opponent, No. 2 Oklahoma. Here's a few things to watch for this weekend.
The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance, or SAACA, opened a new collaborative art space for the local community on Dec. 3 in the Tucson Mall.
Named a UNESCO City of Gastronomy in 2015, Tucson is nationally recognized as the place to go for the country’s most diverse cuisine. With so many food options in one city, it’s difficult to think that anybody could try everything at one restaurant — but Wings & Rice comes pretty close.