For the first time since 2004, the Arizona men’s golf team found themselves atop the Pac-12.
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Every shot counts a little more now as both the Arizona women’s and men’s golf teams get ready for postseason play starting with the Pac-12 championship. Winning the Pac-12 was a goal for both these teams at the beginning of the season and sets each team up for a national championship run.
Hotly debated for the last four years, sports betting has been legalized in Arizona on Thursday, April 15, when Gov. Doug Ducey signed House Bill 2772. The same bill legalized Daily Fantasy Sports and Keno at select locations. It allows for tribal casinos to be built on native-owned land in addition to the 24 casinos currently operated by 16 different tribes.
The men and women's Arizona golf teams will be playing this upcoming week. Both teams are entering the final stretch before postseason play and look to gain some momentum before that begins.
What a ride it’s been for the University of Arizona women’s basketball program. This will undoubtedly be a season Arizona fans never forget. The entire city of Tucson is buzzing with anticipation for their matchup with UConn on Friday, April 2.
The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t affected any team on campus more than the Arizona women’s golf team. When play was stopped in the spring of 2020, the team was playing some of its best golf of the season just for it to abruptly end. One day, they win the Arizona Wildcat Invitational, the next, the world shuts down.
I feel like I’m going through withdrawal after spending four straight days watching basketball from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. I turn on CBS, TNT, TBS and TRUTV and expect to see a game or to hear the velvety cords of Greg Gumbel, but nope. It was an incredible first two rounds of the tournament, including Oral Roberts as the Cinderella team, the growing legend of Sister Jean and the Pac-12’s domination after serving as the media’s punching bag all year. Add Gonzaga looking to be as good as hyped, and it’s officially “there goes my bracket season.” Let’s take a look at the eight Sweet Sixteen games and see if we can lock some winners.
The University of Arizona men’s golf team will be back in action this weekend as the Wildcats will be in their own backyard at Omni Tucson National Golf Club ,which is also home to the PGA Tour Champions Cologuard Classic.
Let me start by saying, I love March Madness. Since it’s the biggest gambling event of the year, I felt it was necessary to bring Litwin’s Locks out of mothballs. After missing out on the NCAA tournament in 2020, just holding the brackets in my hands feels great.
It was an exciting weekend of baseball as Arizona returned home to Hi Corbett Field after a trip to Texas last weekend. What made it even more exciting as it was the first time this season that fans were allowed to attend the game. In previous home series, games were limited to family, but as COVID-19 restrictions are slowly being eased back, about 900 fans attended each game.
The University of Arizona currently has a team ranked No. 1 in the country. Based on the school’s history, one might assume it would be the men's or women’s basketball team — or maybe the softball or baseball team.
The Arizona baseball team bounced back in a big way with a four-game sweep of Southeastern Louisiana. The Wildcats played well in every aspect of the game. They got some great starting pitching, guys making web gems all over the field and the bats were very alive. You could call it an offensive explosion; they scored seven runs in the first game, 13 in the second and 14 in the fourth game. If you can score runs in bunches you have a great chance to win a lot of baseball games. What you really notice about this squad is how aggressive they are on the base paths. They steal bases, hit and run and lay down sacrifice bunts. It is an unselfish brand of baseball that head coach Jay Johnson likes to play.
The Arizona men’s golf team is adding some more hardware to its trophy case as it picked up a share of the win in The Prestige Tournament last week. The Wildcats and the University of North Carolina both shot team scores of -4. It is the second tournament win in a row for the Cats and the first time since 2006 that the team has won multiple tournaments in a season, making them our easy choice for the “Daily Wildcat Team of the Week” award.
The University of Arizona men’s golf team had a statement performance at The Prestige Tournament. The Wildcats finished as the co-champions, tying with the University of North Carolina at the top of the leaderboard with both teams finishing at -4.
Fresh off their fourth consecutive win at the Arizona Intercollegiate, the Arizona men’s golf team will try to keep the momentum going at the Prestige Tournament starting Monday, Feb. 15, through Wednesday, Feb. 17. The Prestige will be played in La Quinta, California at PGA West.
In a season that was unlike any other, some things remained the same: Tom Brady found a way to win the Super Bowl, and my Cincinnati Bengals had another miserable season.
Does it feel like Super Bowl week, even a little? Usually, we have the funny quotes from media day or scenarios showing fans creating fake press credentials to sneak into different events. However, with COVID-19 still going strong, we won’t get that this year. The Chiefs aren’t even getting to Tampa Bay until Saturday afternoon. Nonetheless, this Super Bowl will still be a blast for bettors. That’s because there are countless and exotic prop bets to gamble on.
Arizona men's golf wins fourth straight Arizona Intercollegiate, women's golf battles in opening tournament
The Arizona men’s golf team, for the fourth year in a row, capped off another win at the Arizona Intercollegiate, shooting a team score of 284-275-291 for a combined score of -2 (850.)
After several months of waiting, it’s finally time for the Arizona women’s golf team to step back onto the course. The Wildcats will be playing in the Superstition Challenge starting on Sunday, Jan. 24. However, the team will look a little different than normal.