The No. 9 Arizona beach volleyball team is rolling with confidence as they defeated Utah 5-0 and Boise State 4-1 to win the Boise State Invitational on Friday, April 16, in Boise, Idaho.
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The best college gymnasts in the country gathered inside Dickies Arena at Fort Worth, Texas, on Friday, April 16, for the NCAA National Championships. Arizona GymCat Malia Hargrove was amongst them, competing as an individual on floor exercise.
No matter where you work, you are expected to show up when you are scheduled. If you do not show up, many places will either discipline or fire you. I think that is fair. You were hired to show up and work, so you should not be allowed to neglect your job.
Arizona gymnast Malia Hargrove prepares for the biggest stage of her life: The national championships
It was just a few weeks ago that the Arizona gymnastics team was competing at the regional championships. Unfortunately, the GymCats did not qualify as a team for the national championships, and it was the end of the 2020-2021 season.
The Arizona baseball team was in unfamiliar territory on Tuesday, April 13, as they lost to Grand Canyon University 5-4 in extra innings. It was the team’s first extra-inning game of the year.
Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure are opening on April 30, and I could not be more excited! The return to the Magic Kingdom will be nothing short of spectacular, but there is a small catch. Per state order, only residents of California will be allowed in the parks for the time being.
The No. 12 Arizona beach volleyball team continued their dominating season at the Pac-12 North Invitational on April 10-11. The Sand Cats defeated No. 7 Stanford 3-2, Washington 4-1, No. 11 Cal 4-1 but lost to No. 1 UCLA 0-5 at GCU beach volleyball stadium.
Arizona baseball team, track and field stars Israel Oloyede and Johnnie Blockburger earn latest Daily Wildcat weekly awards
Records are made to be broken, junior Israel Oloyede and freshman Johnnie Blockburger made it look too easy. Both competed for the track and field team in the Jim Click Shootout on April 8-10.
Ever since cell phones were invented, communication between people has gotten a bit odd. Instead of calling people, most of us text each other. For whatever reason, there seems to be so many unwritten rules about texting that don't make sense, or in this case there is an excuse people make about texting. One of those excuses is when people tell you they are a “bad texter.”
A couple of weeks ago, I attended two virtual press conferences for sports teams here at the University of Arizona. I did not expect them to be any different, as I have covered many press conferences before this. While I was at the first press conference, one of the players was asked a question about watching game film, and their answer shocked me.
It has been over a year since the United States has been under restrictions due to coronavirus. As time progressed, some businesses could open with restrictions. Theatre playhouses though remained mostly closed. This left thousands of established and aspiring actors without work, forcing them to look elsewhere in unfamiliar fields.
Not much happened during the Arizona soccer team’s match against Colorado on Friday, April 9, as the game at Prentup Field ended in a 0-0 draw. It was Arizona’s first draw of the season.
One thing I get tired of when watching college sports is coaches bagging on underclassmen. Coaches often say they are in a rebuilding year or that players are inexperienced if they are underclassmen. This is belittling to an athlete because what they hear is that they are not good enough or that it is all their fault.
For the first time this season, the Arizona softball team looked comfortable away from home. It was the first road series the Wildcats have won all year.
The Arizona track and field distance teams ran at the GCU Antelope Invitational in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday, April 3. The Wildcats sent a total of 17 distance runners to the invitational.
It was a weekend of excitement and emotions at Bear Down Beach on April 2-3. The No. 13 Arizona beach volleyball team defeated UC Davis by a match score of 4-1, lost to No. 10 Grand Canyon University 0-5 and defeated Missouri State and No. 8 Pepperdine 4-1 at the Arizona Invitational.
The Arizona gymnastics team had one of their greatest performances of the year at Maverik Center in Utah. They finished tied for third in their bracket at the NCAA Regional Semifinals with a score of 196.025. The GymCats faced No. 3 LSU (197.025), No. 14 Kentucky (197.125) and No. 22 Utah State (196.025) on Friday, April 2.
The Arizona volleyball team stood no chance in its match against No. 15 Washington State on Thursday, April 1. The Wildcats fell in four sets by scores of 25-22, 23-25, 21-25 and 12-25 in Pullman, Washington.
If the Arizona volleyball team wants a shot at making the playoffs, they will have to win their final two matches on the road against No. 15 Washington State. The Wildcats’ record currently sits at 9-10. They faced USC and lost the first match.
Home is where the heart is. For the Arizona softball team, it's where they play their best. After a winless road trip against Washington, the Wildcats came home and swept Oregon State. That sweep brings their home record to 14-0.