Arizona beach volleyball’s Madison and Mckenna Witt closed out their college careers on Saturday in an emotional loss against USC in the Pac-12 pairs tournament.
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Arizona’s season may have ended Friday morning, but the Wildcats’ top pairing, Madison and McKenna Witt, live on to see another day of play in the Pac-12 pairs tournament.
In the second day of the Pac-12 Tournament, Arizona beach volleyball saw their season come to an end with a loss to seven-seeded Washington 4-1.
In the first day of Pac-12 Tournament play, Arizona beach volleyball went 2-1 and dropped into the contender’s bracket after a loss to UCLA in the second round.
The Pac-12 Beach Volleyball Championships are coming to the desert this weekend, and the timing couldn’t be better for No. 3-seed Arizona.
Arizona Beach Volleyball concluded its regular season at home this weekend in a sweep of the Pac-12’s Northern California schools.
Olivia Macdonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O … and then she, somehow, ended up playing beach volleyball on the opposite side of the world.
Arizona's beach volleyball stars, Madison and McKenna Witt, have battled through physical and mental obstacles that would discourage the weak hearted on their climb to the top of college volleyball and on the cusp of a professional future.
After dropping to No. 8 in the AP poll last week, things are looking up for Arizona beach volleyball as the team went undefeated in the Wildcat Spring Challenge this weekend.
Arizona beach volleyball continued to struggle against ranked teams on Saturday, losing 3-2 against No. 8 LSU. The Wildcats salvaged the weekend with a 4-1 victory over unranked TCU.
Not everyone went to Cabo over spring break and the Arizona beach volleyball spent their week off in Honolulu, HI, where they went 2-3 against some of the nation’s top competition.
After a disappointing opening weekend, things seem to be trending in the right direction for Arizona beach volleyball, they went 3-0 at the ASU Tournament and got redemption against their rivals, No. 12 Arizona State.
Four years ago, the University of Arizona brought a piece of the beach to the desert by building a sand volleyball program. In anticipation of their fourth season, the Wildcats debuted their young talent before fans at their annual Red-Blue Scrimmage on Friday.
As the weather heats up, Arizona Beach Volleyball is ready to take their talents back to the sand courts with a preseason ranking of No. 6 in the AVCA Coaches Poll.
The Washington Huskies continued their dominance over Arizona and subsequently ended the Wildcats season in the Sweet Sixteen, 3-0 (25-15, 25-22, 25-18) Friday in the Devaney Center in Lincoln, Neb.
Arizona women’s volleyball is headed to the Sweet Sixteen for the eighth time in program history, but the Wildcats can’t escape the heat of the Pac-12 Conference as their next opponent is the conference champion and No. 8 seed overall, Washington.
In the program’s 19th NCAA Tournament appearance under head coach Dave Rubio, Arizona women’s volleyball advanced to the second round in a 25-14, 25-17, 25-13 sweep of Cleveland State in East Lansing, Michigan on Friday.
Arizona women’s volleyball will travel to host Michigan State on Friday to face Cleveland State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. This is the Wildcats’ 19th NCAA Tournament appearance in the past 25 years.
Arizona women’s volleyball is going dancing for the fourth consecutive season. The Wildcats will face Cleveland State (25-5, 14-2 Horizon League) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday at 3 p.m., in East Lansing, Michigan.
On Senior Night, Arizona women’s volleyball upset No. 17 Utah 3-1, earning their seventh win against a ranked opponent this season and improving their overall record to 18-13.