After a successful weekend sweep against Oregon State, the Arizona volleyball team looks to carry that momentum into its next two matches against No. 15 UCLA on Friday, Feb. 26, and Sunday, Feb. 28.
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The Arizona gymnastics team did not fare well in Desert Financial Arena as they lost to the Arizona State Sun Devils on Feb. 24 by a final score of 197.450-194.750, dropping its season record to 0-5.
Arizona men's basketball team's head coach Sean Miller held his weekly press conference via Zoom on Tuesday, Feb. 23, to discuss the final games of the season and what he wants to see from his team.
Every day there seems to be a group of people who are hell-bent on proving that the Los Angeles Lakers are done for and that the championship is out of reach. Now that they have lost a few games, announcers on TV are freaking out.
Everything went well for the Arizona volleyball team in their match on Friday, Feb. 19, as they swept Oregon State by set scores of 25-22, 25-19 and 26-24 in McKale Center.
It was a night to forget at the Pauley Pavilion as the Arizona men’s basketball team was crushed by UCLA on Thursday, Feb. 18 by a score of 74-60, marking its fifth straight loss to the Bruins.
Now that the Super Bowl is over and Tom Brady, of course, walked away with the title, can all the doubters and haters just admit that he is the G.O.A.T?
Friday, Feb. 12
Arizona women's basketball team, men's tennis star Alejandro Reguant earn latest Daily Wildcat weekly awards
The Arizona women’s basketball team's dominant week earns them "Daily Wildcat Team of the Week" honors with wins over Oregon, Washington State and Washington, while Alejandro Reguant of the Arizona men's tennis team earned himself "Daily Wildcat Player of the Week" honors with a dominating performance against New Mexico that led to him becoming the winningest singles player in school history.
As students in college, our classes are very important to us. Are they the most important all the time though? Honestly, no. We still want to have fun and enjoy life outside of the classroom, but to graduate we must do well in our classes. That's why we show up to class, listen to our professors and take good notes. Good notes are essential if you want to do well in school. We reference our notes for homework, projects and, most of all, our exams.
Editor's note: This weekend's Texas Classic in Austin, Texas has been postponed due to weather. We will update this story with more information as it arrives.
Every year, thousands of athletes from across the United States draw crowds into college stadiums and arenas to witness greatness. Whether it is enjoying the football team crush an opponent by 35 points or the heart-racing thrill of watching a gymnast attempt to stick her final vault try, there is never a dull moment in college sports.
Before you freak out and think I am taking a swipe at the sport, let me explain. I am not talking about college baseball being crazy; I am talking about the actual bats, aluminum bats.