The Arizona volleyball team looked their best on Friday, March 19, as they crushed the California Golden Bears in three sets by scores of 25-19, 25-15 and 25-17 in Haas Pavilion.
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Arizona softball team staying confident after underwhelming road trip, looks ahead to Washington series
The Arizona softball team returned to Tucson after a week in Florida that saw them play seven games in eight days. While in the sunshine state, pitcher Mariah Lopez was awarded the Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week after her stellar outing against No. 15 Florida State on Friday, March 12.
On Monday, March 15, the NCAA was putting together the brackets for the 2021 women’s basketball championship tournament. The Wildcats watched the jumbotron anxiously inside an empty McKale Center, hoping to see their names appear. Suddenly the brackets were revealed, and the Wildcats got the call.
Arizona volleyball team, stars Paige Whipple and Jessie Harper earn latest Daily Wildcat weekly awards
The month of March is women’s history month and the lady Wildcats have been making noise. Two of those amazing athletes are volleyball star Paige Whipple and softball standout Jessie Harper.
It was a hard-fought victory for the Arizona volleyball team on Sunday, March 14, as they escaped against Colorado by set scores of 26-24, 21-25, 25-19 and 25-19 in McKale Center.
The Arizona gymnastics team finished their senior day meet on a high note with a score of 196.000 that was good enough to beat Air Force (193.175) and fall just short of Southern Utah (196.150) on Saturday, March 13 at McKale Center.
The Arizona volleyball team redeemed themselves on Friday, March 12, defeating Colorado in four sets by scores of 27-25, 22-25, 25-9 and 25-22 in McKale Center.
It was a great weekend for the No. 15 Arizona beach volleyball team, as they defeated the University of California-Davis at Howard Field by a match score of 4-1 on Friday, March 12.
The Wildcats' first road victory was not meant to be as they lost to Arizona State at Desert Financial Arena on March 7 in five sets by scores of 28-26, 25-12, 16-25, 22-25 and 10-15.
It was a perfect weekend at the Cactus Classic for the No. 15 Arizona beach volleyball team, as they swept Stephen F. Austin, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Boise State at Bear Down Beach on March 6-7 by a combined match score of 15-0.
It was a soul-crushing defeat on March 6 at Desert Financial Arena as the Arizona gymnastics team narrowly lost to No. 7 Arizona State by a meet score of 196.100-196.075. This marked ASU’s sixth straight victory against Arizona.
It is no mystery that there is a cloud of negativity that hangs over the fast-food industry. Growing up in the United States, kids are told that working for a fast-food company is beneath them, that if you work for a fast-food company, it means you were probably a high school dropout and that you have no future.
The Arizona volleyball team showed Arizona State no mercy on Friday, March 5 as they swept its rivals by set scores of 25-19, 25-19 and 25-20 in McKale Center.
The NFL world was shocked on March 1 when five-time Pro Bowler and three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year, J.J. Watt, announced that after ten years in Houston, he would leave the only franchise he ever played for to come to the Arizona Cardinals.
After a 10-0 start that has the Wildcats ranked No. 2 in the nation, the Arizona softball team has dominated every opponent they have faced so far. That perfect record is about to be challenged as Arizona will head to Florida for its first road trip of the 2021 season.
With it now being the midpoint of the season, Arizona volleyball team's head coach Dave Rubio spoke and senior Paige Whipple spoke to the media on Wednesday, March 3 to answer questions about the remainder of the season.
OPINION: Women’s college sports are important, and these ladies deserve more credit for what they do
It has been a great year for Arizona sports teams. The women's basketball team is one of the best in the country, a pair of siblings are tearing it up in women's golf, every gymnastics meet comes down to hundredths of points and soccer is currently undefeated. Currently, the women's diving team has won a few matches, women's tennis is having a great year, cross country is putting up good numbers, volleyball had a dominant weekend against Oregon State and the beach volleyball season has started.
The Arizona Gymnastics team were all smiles at their Colorado Tri-Meet as the Gymcats finished with 194.350 points and defeated Air Force (193.350) and Texas Woman's University (191.975) at Cadet Fieldhouse on Sunday, Feb. 28, for their first victory of the season.
It was a tough weekend in the City of Angels for the Wildcats, as the Arizona volleyball team was swept by UCLA by set scores of 25-14, 25-19 and 25-20 on Feb. 28 at Pauley Pavilion.
Everyone is anxiously awaiting the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. Once it is over, businesses can fully reopen, families can be reunited and friends can spend time with each other once more.