The Arizona women’s basketball team defeated Texas A&M on Saturday, March 27, in the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament, advancing to the Elite Eight for the first time in program history.
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The Arizona women’s basketball team defeated No. 11 seed BYU 52-46 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Wednesday, March 24. This is the first time that the Wildcats have been to the Sweet 16 since 1998.
The Arizona women’s basketball team defeated Stony Brook in the first round of the NCAA tournament, 79-44. This is the first tournament win for the program since 2005.
Quick notes: What to know before No. 3 seed Arizona women’s basketball ends 16-year NCAA tournament drought
For the first time since 2005, the Arizona women’s basketball team heard their name called to play in the program’s eighth NCAA Tournament. The Wildcats were called as a No. 3 seed, ending a 16-year drought since Arizona has played in the tournament. The Wildcats will play No. 14 seed Stony Brook on Monday, March 22, at 11 a.m. MST.
The Arizona women’s basketball team fell to UCLA in the semifinals of the Pac-12 tournament on Friday, March 5 with a score of 58-49.
Trinity Baptiste leads Arizona women's basketball to victory over WSU in first found of Pac-12 tournamnent
The Arizona women’s basketball team dominated Washington State 60-44 in the first round of the Pac-12 tournament on Thursday, March 4.
Arizona women's basketball head coach Adia Barnes unhappy with performance despite escaping with win over Cal
The Arizona women’s basketball team won a nail-biter on the road on Friday, Feb. 19 against California Golden Bears 59-50.
The University of Arizona’s women's basketball team picked up a win at home against the Washington State Cougars on Feb.12, by a score of 60-51.
The University of Arizona’s volleyball team swept the season series against No. 7 Stanford last weekend for the first time since 2005. A big part of those victories was Kamaile Hiapo, who was named Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week on Monday, Feb. 8.
Arizona Wildcats’ Paige Whipple was named to the preseason All-Pac-12 conference team. She is the first Wildcat to be chosen to this list since Kalei Mau and Penina Snuka back in 2016.
The Arizona Wildcats got back in the win column against the Oregon Ducks with a 57-41 win on Thursday, Jan. 14. This was Arizona’s first win against Oregon since 2015. It was also the first nationally televised game on ESPN for the Wildcats.
Arizona hit a bump in the road as they lost their first game of the season on Friday, Jan. 1 against Stanford 81-54. and fell to a 7-1 record on the season. Stanford had this game in control in the first half when they went into the locker rooms with a 44-20 lead.
On Friday, Jan. 1, the Arizona Wildcats will host the No. 1 team in the country, Stanford, at 5 p.m. MST in McKale Center. This will be the first time the Wildcats have played a No. 1-ranked team since 2006 when they played Maryland.
The Arizona Wildcats kept their momentum rolling against the Idaho Vandals with its dominant 96-42 win on Dec. 23. The Wildcats had this game wrapped up in the first half as the score was 54-20 heading into the locker room.
The No. 7 Arizona Wildcats will be starting conference play against a top 10 ranked team in the nation against the No. 9 UCLA Bruins. The game will be played on Friday, Dec. 4, at 7 p.m. MST in McKale Center and will be televised on the Pac-12 Network.
The Daily Wildcat recently spoke to sophomore libero and defensive specialist Kamaile Hiapo via Zoom in an interview. Hiapo set the Wildcats’ freshman record for digs in a season and is looking to carry that momentum heading into the season.