Arizona Rugby hosted the Sweet 16 West Regional tournament this weekend and defeated Chico State 37-5 Sunday, but lost its advancing match to Long Beach State Saturday in the final minute, 22-17.
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Arizona Rugby earned a Sweet 16 spot in the National Championships, finishing its season 8-4.
Arizona’s senior midfielder Jazmin Ponce had one word to describe new head coach Tony Amato’s coaching style: “Perfect.”
Arizona gymnast Aubree Cristello’s collegiate career is over.
Arizona gymnast Aubree Cristello will compete today at 1 p.m. in the NCAA National Championships in Los Angeles.
Most college athletes have played their sport since they were children, and as they continue on to the collegiate level, that sport becomes something that defines them. So when four years of eligibility end, transitioning from student-athlete to student isn’t always easy.
Arizona Gymnastics finished third in the NCAA Columbus Regional with a score of 196.100 – the second highest post season score in program history. However, the Wildcats will not be moving on to the finals because only the top two teams from each Regional advance despite team scores. Arizona actually scored higher than Illinois, who is advancing to the finals.
The No. 18 ranked Arizona gymnastics team has a huge make or break opportunity this weekend as they compete in the 2013 NCAA Columbus Regional.
Senior gymnast Aubree Cristello, a self-proclaimed perfectionist, has had a one-of-a-kind career with Arizona gymnastics.
Arizona Gymnastics placed sixth overall in the Pac-12 Championship on Saturday with a score of 195.925. The host team, Oregon State, placed first with 197.850, which resulted in its highest score of the season and now holds the top score record for its program.
This Saturday, the Arizona gymnastics team will once again venture to Corvallis, Ore. to take on the rest of the conference competition in the Pac-12 championship.
This Saturday, Arizona Gymnastics will take on Arizona State at 3 p.m. at McKale Center.
The Wildcats traveled to Corvallis, Ore., for a tri-meet show against the Beavers and Seattle Pacific this weekend, earning a second-place finish to OSU, scoring 194.900 points.
Arizona Gymnastics will host No. 8 Nebraska this Saturday at 4 p.m. in McKale Center. Nebraska has only lost one meet to No. 4 Michigan, and its average score so far this season is 196.415.
The Arizona gymnastics team traveled to Chicago this weekend and took first place in the quad “Chicago Style” meet. They scored 195.950, making that their third highest score of the season.
Arizona competed against Washington in Seattle this weekend, but fell to the Huskies, who posted a score of 196.025, their season high. Arizona came up short with a score of 195.200.
Being a freshman athlete is difficult. Dealing with the transition into college life and having to work around practice schedules is tough for any newcomer to handle.
Arizona gymnastics hosted No. 8 Utah this weekend and came up short, scoring 196.075 to Utah’s 196.600. Despite losing, it’s the Wildcats’ highest score so far this season.
No. 13 Arizona gymnastics took first place in its third quad meet of the season Saturday, scoring 195.800. The finish was the Wildcats’ first win of the season, competing against No. 25 BYU who placed second, Texas Woman’s University who came in third and Division III Wisconsin-Whitewater.
The Arizona gymnastics team hosted its first quad meet and placed second on Saturday with a score of 195.85 against Illinois, San Jose State and Stanford. The outcome left Arizona .175 away from Stanford’s victorious score of 196.025.