No. 21 Arizona volleyball travels to Austin, Texas, this weekend to compete in the 26 West Longhorn Classic.
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Some elite athletes were simply drawn to their respective sport from a young age, fully committed to the sport and tried to be the best player that they could be. Others, like Arizona volleyball player Penina Snuka, found their perfect fit by chance and maybe a little bit of coaxing from their parents.
It’s already clear who Arizona’s starting five is going to be come basketball season.
No. 23 Arizona volleyball swept the Arizona Invitational this weekend after defeating Alabama State, Loyola-Chicago and Cal State Northridge over nine straight sets to improve to 6-0 on the season — marking the best start for the Wildcats since 2009 when they began 12-0.
No. 23 Arizona volleyball returns to action this weekend in the first athletic event in the newly renovated McKale Center. The Wildcats host Alabama State, Loyola-Chicago and Cal State Northridge in the Arizona Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
Belonging to a school within one of the Power 5 conferences has the potential to cloud reality and play down the long-term effects of the NCAA’s decision to grant the Pac-12, ACC, Big 10, Big 12 and SEC conferences power of autonomy over its athletic programs.
Senior Arizona volleyball player Ronni Lewis is used to being tenacious when it comes to her athletic pursuits. After all, it’s hard not to when competition runs in your genes. Her cousin is three-time Olympic gold medalist Kerri Walsh-Jennings, her grandfather played in a Rose Bowl, her uncle played minor league baseball and semi-professional basketball and around 20 of her family members have competed in college sports.
The 2014 Arizona volleyball season kicked off with a bang as the Wildcats overthrew South Dakota, Wisconsin-Green Bay and Kansas State to sweep the Green Bay Tournament and begin the year 3-0.
Arizona volleyball will begin its 2014 season this Friday and Saturday at the Wisconsin Tournament in Green Bay. The Wildcats are slated to compete against South Dakota in Friday’s match and will face off against Wisconsin-Green Bay and Kansas State the following afternoon.
Less than a year after the $72 million Lowell Steven Football Facilities debuted, Arizona Athletics in association with The University of Arizona Foundation is nearly ready to present the completed first phase of renovations in McKale Center.
Senior outside hitter Madi Kingdon is more than just another player to Arizona’s volleyball team.
Arizona volleyball returns five seniors and eight players overall from last season’s effort, which saw the squad earn an NCAA Tournament berth. The UA finished last year with a 21-13 record but saw its season end after dropping three consecutive sets against San Diego in the Round of 32.
The Arizona men’s basketball program in association with Nike introduced five new uniform options for the Wildcats’ upcoming 2014-15 season.
With so much talent both past and present passing through the Cape Cod Baseball League, accomplishing something that hasn’t been done before in the league’s history is pretty notable and doesn’t occur often.
Editor’s note: This article is part of the Arizona Summer Wildcat’s 2014 Campus Guide. The Campus Guide is a special issue that runs every year to help introduce incoming students to the UA and campus life.
Last month, Arizona baseball announced the addition of former Wildcat and Major League veteran Shelley Duncan to its coaching staff as an undergraduate assistant.
Arizona baseball players Kevin Newman, Nathan Bannister and Bobby Dalbec were selected to represent their respective teams in the 2014 Cape Cod All-Star Game. The 52nd annual event will take place on Sunday, July 27, at Doran Park in Bourne, Mass. and first pitch is scheduled for 3 p.m. MST.
A coach’s work is never done. After all the hustle and bustle of the season, the offseason doesn’t feel like much of a vacation.
Arizona baseball head coach Andy Lopez announced last week the additions of MLB veteran Shelley Duncan and former Stanford volunteer assistant coach Brock Ungricht as the two assistant coaches to complete the 2014-15 coaching staff.
After two years of waiting, Arizona sophomore outfielder Scott Kingery will finally be given the option to transition from being an outfielder and return to his natural territory in the infield.