1. No. 7 (USA Today) USC (25-6, 7-2 Pac-12 Conference)
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Arizona baseball suffered its first series sweep of the season after giving up seven runs in one inning in back-to-back games.
NCAA women’s tennis: No. 41 Arizona vs. No. 1 USC, 1:30 p.m. The Wildcats look to upset the top ladies.
No. 9 USC beat No. 22 Arizona baseball 4-1 on Thursday night to snap the Wildcats’ six-game win streak in the opening of their three-game series.
Arizona men’s basketball’s starting lineup was loaded with stars, but it’s the least touted one that many UA fans loved most.
Arizona’s men’s basketball is expected to lose its entire starting lineup. So, in trying to project its next first five for next season, you have to really think long and hard.
The defense rests
1. No. 6 (USA Today) UCLA (21-5, 8-1 Pac-12 Conference)
Arizona football has seen plenty of running back Nick Wilson, so they’re auditioning for his backup.
LOS ANGELES — They say one is the loneliest number, but eight is surely the most depressing when it comes to college basketball.
LOS ANGELES — Sometimes you have to just take the “L.”
LOS ANGELES — Top seed Wisconsin beat No. 2 seed Arizona men’s basketball 85-78 in the Elite Eight to reach its second straight Final Four at the Wildcats’ expense.
LOS ANGELES — Contrary to popular belief, forward Brandon Ashley did make an impact on Arizona men’s basketball’s loss to Wisconsin last year in the Elite Eight.
LOS ANGELES — After a year of waiting, The Rematch has come and Arizona men’s basketball is ready.
LOS ANGELES — No. 2 seed Arizona men’s basketball survived a scare from sixth seeded Xavier to win 68-60 and make it to their second straight Elite Eight.
A — Arizona. The Wildcats have made the Sweet Sixteen three times in a row and four times in coach Sean Miller’s six seasons in Tucson. Arizona has made 17 Sweet Sixteens, so it’s time to update the intro video.
York catches fire
The last time Arizona men’s basketball played in the NCAA Tournament in Los Angeles, Southern California native Gabe York could only watch helplessly from the bench as Arizona lost late.
This time, armed with six players from Southern California, Arizona men’s basketball is hoping the third time’s the charm. For the third season in a row, the Wildcats will play in the Sweet Sixteen in Southern California, this year at Staples Center in Los Angeles.