1. No. 5 (USA Today) UCLA (32-11, 16-5 Pac-12 Conference)
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Arizona baseball won Sunday’s rubber match in a dramatic fashion to take the three-game series at Washington State.
1. No. 2 (USA Today) UCLA (31-9, 16-5 Pac-12 Conference)
Arizona men’s basketball lost four starters, so surely this coming season will be a rebuilding one. Well, not so fast.
After losing four starters—three to the NBA Draft—Arizona men’s basketball returned one starter and a transfer on Friday.
1. No. 2 (USA Today) UCLA (28-8, 14-4 Pac-12 Conference)
Arizona men’s basketball missed out on a couple five-star recruits last week and have already lost two players to the 2015 NBA Draft, but its recruiting class looks like the Wildcats are reloading, not rebuilding.
Arizona baseball lost its second road series in a row on Sunday, after suffering a 5-3 defeat at Oregon State on Sunday.
1. No. 3 (USA Today) UCLA (25-7, 12-3 Pac-12 Conference)
Arizona baseball utility player Bobby Dalbec not only made his first start on the mound on Monday, he also led the revival of the Wildcats’ bats in the ninth inning to end the UA’s losing streak.
“Arizona basketball never stops” is just a marketing slogan, but weeks after the Wildcats’ season ended, they’re still very active.
Arizona men’s basketball forward Stanley Johnson won the inaugural Julius Erving Small Forward of the Year Award on Friday night.
Arizona football fans will get their first chance to catch a glimpse of the defending Pac-12 South champions with the annual spring football game on Friday.
ASU baseball followed Arizona’s 2012 game plan, and the Sun Devils are obviously hoping for similar results.
A reporter asked me during the third round of the NCAA Tournament in Portland, Ore., if Arizona men’s basketball was better than when it beat Gonzaga in early December.
While Wisconsin looked like the team of destiny and had a solid lead in the second half of the 2015 National Championship game, Duke would not be denied.