For Ray Smith, the moment must have felt like an eternity.
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For a school that produced star point guards in the likes of Damon Stoudamire, Miles Simon, Jason Terry, Gilbert Arenas, Jerryd Bayless, Mike Bibby and T.J. McConnell, the point guard spot just wasn’t up to par this weekend.
The Arizona gymnastics team will head to Athens, Georgia, to compete in its 30th consecutive postseason NCAA regional competition on Saturday, April 2.
Arizona fans had a hell of a scare Tuesday morning when rumors about Sean Miller heading to Pittsburgh grazed the Twitter universe.
Five seniors competed for the final time in McKale Center Friday night as the Arizona gymnastics team cruised to victory over BYU 196.850-195.400 on Senior Night. The score marks the highest of the season for the Wildcats.
Before every tipoff in McKale Center, Arizona men’s basketball 7-foot center Kaleb Tarczewski lowers his head toward 6-foot-3 guard Gabe York and screams, “Let’s go.”
The Daily Wildcat spoke with New York Times sports reporter John Branch, who will serve as a panelist at this weekend’s Tucson Festival of Books.
On Saturday, March 5, with just a few minutes to go against Stanford University, Gabe York waved to the McKale Center crowd and smiled center court. He fell to his knees and kissed the "A", T.J. McConnell-esque.
Xavier University’s then-second-year head coach Sean Miller breathed a hard sigh of relief.
Arizona men’s basketball has found an inability to close out games, especially on the road this season. While the “Cardiac ‘Cats” have always been known to take close games down to the wire, this season has been especially difficult on Wildcats fans’ hearts.
When the announcer in McKale Center introduces the senior from San Tan Valley, Arizona, the crowd cheers. From the tunnel, a sprinting Shelby Edwards races toward the mat, waving to the crowd and smiling every step of the way.
The No. 25 Arizona gymnastics team picked up its second consecutive Pac-12 Conference victory over the Washington Huskies Saturday night 196.100-195.350 in McKale Center.
In the final seconds of her routine against Michigan State University, Arizona sophomore gymnast Kennady Schneider left the McKale Center crowd with something to talk about. She fell to her knees and did a popular dance move, the Dab, to a thunderous applause from the crowd and her teammates.
Despite four straight Pac-12 Conference losses, No. 20 Arizona gymnastics will attempt to one-up its in-state rival ASU on Monday when the Wildcats travel to Tempe. The meet will begin live on Pac-12 Networks at 7 p.m.
In front of a wild crowd in McKale Center, No. 13 Stanford gymnastics defeated No. 20 Arizona 196.650-196.150 Saturday night, a meet dedicated to heroes and mentors.
For four years of her collegiate career, Tabitha Yim took to the mat wearing Cardinal red. For five seasons thereafter, she continued dawning the Cardinal red as an assistant coach for Stanford.
While many students dream of working in the sports industry, few will make it that far. Other careers, in the meantime, will pique their interests.
Known for being one of the most bike friendly cities in the U.S., Tucson is most certainly a cyclist’s paradise.
On his way to Arizona, redshirt freshman track and field thrower Viktor Gardenkrans spent dozens of hours traveling from Sweden and trekked more than 5,000 miles. Within the past two years, he moved from his home and his family in Sweden to attend the UA and compete as a shotputter and discus thrower for the Wildcats.
Former Arizona basketball forward Aaron Gordon recently agreed to participate in the 2016 NBA Slam Dunk Contest. The competition will feature Zach Lavine, Andre Drummond, Will Barton and Gordon and will take place on Feb. 13 in Toronto. In honor of his selection here are the top five dunks Gordon hit while at the UA.