The Arizona women’s basketball team was out to prove why they continue to climb the rankings Monday night as they used a complete team effort to dismantle the visiting Monmouth Hawks 86-34 at the McKale Center.
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Arizona women's basketball is off to an impressive start this season, posting a 5-0 record and reaching No. 24 in the Coaches Poll for the first time in 15 years. Things are clicking on all cylinders for Head Coach Adia Barnes and company, as they are still striving to receive an invitation to the NCAA Tournament.
Arizona women's basketball will look to remain undefeated as they travel to Austin, Texas for the last game of its two-game road trip. The Wildcats will take on No. 22 Texas and tip-off is set for 12 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 17.
The Arizona women’s basketball team got an early test in just its second game of the season, pulling away late at the McKale Center to defeat Santa Clara 65-52 following a fourth quarter comeback led by forward Sam Thomas and guard Aari McDonald.
The Arizona women’s basketball team opened the 2019-20 regular season with a record-setting night as they dominated the University of North Dakota on their way to a 74-42 win.
Over the past couple of seasons, former Wildcats such as T.J. McConnell and Allonzo Trier have proven that you don’t need to be drafted to find success in the NBA. Former Arizona guard Brandon Randolph is hoping to add his name to that list.
Home sweet home. Arizona baseball returned to Hi Corbett Field over the weekend to face Washington. After putting up a goose egg in the win column on their recent seven-game road trip, the Wildcats broke out their broomsticks and swept the Huskies, putting them at 16-14 on the season. Here are some highlights from their series sweep of UW.
Following a disappointing loss to the then-1-9 Michigan State Spartans last Tuesday night, Arizona baseball was able to get back on track, hosting the College of Charleston at Hi Corbett Field and winning two of the three games in the series. Here’s a recap of the weekend:
It was not the homecoming Arizona baseball was looking for, as the team returned to Hi Corbett Field Wednesday night in a contest against the University of New Mexico Lobos after splitting its road trip 2-2 in Houston this past week.
After posting a 10-13 record on the road last year, the Arizona baseball team wasted no time in showing their struggles from last year may be behind them. The University of Arizona's first road contest came Wednesday night at Reckling Park against the Owls of Rice University.
Arizona baseball was able to close out the University of Massachusetts Lowell River Hawks early on Trevor Hoffman’s jersey recognition night at Hi Corbett Field. Here are a few talking points that impacted the season opener: