After two victories to start the week during the Wednesday night doubleheader, Arizona softball wrapped up its busy week with a series sweep against the University of Houston. After winning Friday night, the Wildcats took both games in a doubleheader Saturday night.
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Arizona softball started off a busy week with a doubleheader against New Mexico State University on Wednesday night. The Wildcats defeated NMSU 6-1 in the first game of the afternoon, followed by an 8-1 run-rule victory.
Arizona dropped its series to Washington this weekend, winning only the first game. Washington is a top-10 caliber opponent and facing the Huskies on the road was a tough draw for the Wildcats.
Arizona looked to stay hot over the weekend as it faced No. 11 Washington. The Huskies were coming off a series victory over UCLA.
Arizona softball is looking forward to its weekend matchup with the No. 11 Washington Huskies after coming off consecutive weekends that include three last-inning victories by a combined four runs.
Arizona took on Utah in game two of their series looking to capture their second straight series victory to open up conference play.
The Wildcats opened up Pac-12 Conference play at home Thursday night against the University of Utah.
The Wildcats opened up Pac-12 Conference play over the weekend against in-state rival ASU. Pitching dominated the series for both teams and the Wildcats’ timely hitting was key in their two victories.
After a week that consisted of seven games for the Arizona softball team, the team’s identity is starting to come into focus.
When a highly touted softball prospect from Mission Viejo, California, decommitted from Oklahoma State during her freshman year, the softball community took notice and began reaching out to recruit her.
The Wildcats began play at the Wildcat Invitational facing off against BYU on Thursday night, and then a doubleheader against Mount St. Mary’s and BYU on Friday night.
Arizona softball (11-5) saw mixed results in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, this weekend, finishing with a 3-2 road trip record. The team scored a pair of victories over Marshall and knocked off No. 14 Tennessee, but lost two games to Alabama.
Arizona softball competed in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, over the weekend in the Easton Bama Bash. The Wildcats played a pair of games against No. 4 University of Alabama, Marshall University and played a single game against No. 14 University of Tennessee.
The Arizona Wildcats softball team wrapped up their weekend in Palm Springs, California, finishing 2-3 to bring their record to 8-3 overall. The team scored two big wins over No. 4 LSU and No. 15 Central Florida.
The second tournament of the season featured matchups with three ranked opponents for Arizona softball. The team was in Palm Springs, Calif., for the Mary Nutter Classic, which featured 19 teams from around the country. The tournament opened Friday night, followed by two doubleheaders on Saturday and Sunday.
This season holds a lot of promise for an Arizona softball program that's looking to get back to the Women’s College World Series for the first time since 2010 — the longest drought in the Mike Candrea era.
The 2016 Arizona softball season is set to begin this weekend when the UA hosts the Hillenbrand Invitational at Hillenbrand Stadium.
The Wildcats finished their fall slate Wednesday night with two victories in a doubleheader against Phoenix College at Hillenbrand Stadium. The game was changed to a standard doubleheader after originally being scheduled as a 10-inning exhibition.
The Wildcats competed in the Nanea Pac-12 Preview earlier this week in Kona, Hawaii, finishing with a total team score of 888 (+12). The tournament was hosted by the University of Hawaii on their home course, Nanaea Golf Club. The UCLA Bruins captured first place with a total score of 877 (+1).
Arizona softball will close out its fall schedule with a doubleheader Wednesday night against Phoenix College. The doubleheader will be played in a one-game, 10-inning format beginning at 5 p.m. at Hillenbrand Stadium.