Former Wildcat hockey head coach Sean Hogan had turned Arizona back into the postseason team it once was, but ultimately couldn’t refuse the offer received from another elite ACHA Division I program.
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Best Leader: Ansel Ivens-Anderson Wildcat hockey forward Ansel Ivens-Anderson distinguished himself this past season as arguably the best leader of any UA sport. Head coach Sean Hogan dubbed him the 2013-14 captain because of his strong academics, his experience in college hockey and support from his teammates.
Jake Fischer Whether it was on the gridiron or in the classroom, Jake Fischer was a leader for the Arizona football program.
Men’s basketball earns No. 1 ranking, holds it for eight weeks
Arizona baseball dropped its fourth consecutive Pac-12 series after losing two out of three games to Stanford at Hi Corbett Field over the weekend.
1. No. 1 Oregon State (34-8, 17-4 Pac-12 Conference) After breaking out the brooms and sweeping California, Oregon State now looks down on the rest of college baseball in the NCBWA poll. The Beavers picked a great time to get this hot and look like a College World Series-caliber squad.
Two Wildcats will spend the summer gearing up for next season while playing with other college hockey standouts and professionals in a program based in their home state.
Arizona softball at Washington Arizona’s unbeatable (27-0) at home but looks almost like the arizona baseball team on the road (6-6). To ensure that they get to play at home in the big dance the team needs to win on the road and that trend starts this weekend, with games against a solid, but not unbeatable, UW squad. Arizona 2 games, Washington 1
1. No. 2 Oregon State (31-8, 14-4 Pac-12) The Beavers established themselves as the best in the Pac-12 after sweeping Oregon at home. Only No. 1 Virginia (37-9) is ahead of OSU now in the NCBWA poll.
HOT Arizona softball junior first baseman Hallie Wilson was named Pac-12 Player of the Week for the second time this season. Wilson hit .533 with a pair of multi-home run games and 11 runs scored. Her efforts helped lead Arizona to victories in all five games played last week, including a doubleheader versus New Mexico State and a sweep against Utah.
1) No. 11 Washington (27-8-1, 14-4 Pac-12 Conference) Not that impressive of a weekend for the Huskies — they won a three game series against California, but UW keeps jumping up the rankings and looks like it could be in the top 10 of the NCBWA by next week.
Arizona baseball found itself locked in a pitchers’ duel with Pac-12 foe USC at Dedeaux Field in Los Angeles on Thursday night, but the Wildcats ultimately fell short and were shut out 1-0.
Wildcat hockey defenseman, Shane Gleason was dubbed the program’s third captain in as many years on April 8. He just completed his junior campaign as an assistant captain and will succeed senior winger, Ansel Ivens-Anderson. Gleason was unanimously chosen by his teammates to wear the “C” on his sweater. It was the first time the team captain was unanimously selected under third-year head coach, Sean Hogan. At the team banquet, Gleason was also given the first-annual Wildcat Hockey Breakaway Booster Club’s, “Seventh Man” award. The honor was given to him for his involvement in the community and efforts while not laced up in skates. In the 2013-14 season, Gleason scored five goals and assisted 25, helping lead Arizona to its first national tournament appearance in almost a decade. In three years with the team, he has played in 104 games and earned 58 points on eight goals and 50 assists. Gleason was also honored as a selection of the Second Team All Western Collegiate Hockey League Association for his efforts last season.
1. No. 4 Oregon State (27-7, 11-4 Pac-12 Conference) The Beavers just captured another series after defeating a hot Washington State team that had won six of its last seven games. Now a top-five program in the NCBWA rankings, it would be unfair not to rate OSU the best in the Pac-12.
James Farris wasn’t sharp and his offense failed to support him as Arizona baseball was dominated in the opening game of their three game series against UCLA, 8-0.
Arizona baseball vs. UCLA The Wildcats just picked up arguably their biggest win of the season at ASU on Wednesday. Now Arizona must take that momentum into this weekend when it faces the defending national champion, UCLA. The Bruins have been inconsistent this season, but should still win the series. UCLA 2 games, Arizona 1
Arizona baseball won its final game at ASU’s Packard Stadium, 10-9, on Wednesday night in Tempe, Ariz.
“Super Wildcat Weekend” kicks off with a track and field meet and a movie at Arizona Stadium today.
Following its first conference series victory of 2014, Arizona baseball is ready to take another crack at its rival up north.
1. No. 20 Washington (22-6-1, 10-2 Pac-12 Conference) The Huskies kept the ball rolling over the weekend with a conference series win on the road against a very tough Oregon team. UW jumped up four spots in the NCBWA poll and will face some lighter competition this week in Seattle against Stanford.