After being swept on its home ice last weekend, Arizona hockey will try to redeem itself this weekend with three home games against two WCHL league-mates.
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No. 17 Arizona Hockey (2-0-7) was swept by No. 10 Liberty (10-2-4) this weekend in Tucson during a two-game showdown.
After eight straight road games, Arizona Wildcat ice hockey is officially back in Tucson.
The No. 17 Arizona Wildcats hockey program announced its first annual Fan Fest in honor of the home season opener. The event is free and open to the public and will take place on Thursday from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Tucson Convention Center.
After being swept in a two-game series last weekend by No. 1 ASU, Arizona hockey returns against two familiar Midwestern foes.
No. 17 Arizona (2-0-3) was swept by No. 1 ASU (8-0-0) this weekend in Tempe, Ariz., during a two-game rivalry showdown.
No. 18 Arizona (2-0-1) faces a stiff test against bitter rival No. 1 ASU (6-0-0) at Oceanside Ice Arena in Tempe, Ariz., for a two-game series this weekend.
The Arizona Wildcats (2-0-1) ACHA Division I men’s hockey team rallied from a three-goal deficit during the third period before beating the Liberty Flames (7-0-2) in a shootout to split the series on Saturday afternoon in Lynchburg, Va.
The No. 18 Arizona Wildcats (1-0-0) will fly to Lynchburg, Va., to face the No. 7 Liberty Flames (4-0-1) in a two-game series starting on Friday.
For the third straight year, Arizona Hockey opened its season in Flagstaff, Ariz., and the team played with no mercy as five different Wildcats scored.
Although it’s still 99 degrees in Tucson, grab your winter coat and bundle up because Arizona Wildcat hockey is back for the year. An official roster of 33 men begins the 2014-15 season under the direction of new head coach, Chad Berman.
As hockey season begins and fans begin to pack the Tucson Convention Center Arena once again, some people may not recognize the newly renovated arena.
With hockey season quickly approaching, the team’s pre-season training has taken off in full swing, but this year, new head coach Chad Berman has put a spin on how he plans to get the hockey team back in shape. From now on, the entire hockey team will endure a vigorous spin class once a week at the Student Recreation center.
After five talented forwards graduated from the Arizona hockey team, the squad is looking to the incoming freshmen for some talent to contend up front. The Wildcats received a commitment from Alex Nespor, a triple-threat forward who can pass, shoot and hit.
Leaving the frigid northeast for the Tucson desert, Dylan Carter transferred to the UA for more than just some palm trees and sunshine. Carter brings talent and experience from an NCAA D3 hockey program at Hobart University.
With the start of the new school year, there is an abundance of new and unfamiliar faces roaming around Arizona’s campus. Arizona hockey fans should begin to familiarize themselves with the face and name of new head coach, Chad Berman.
Jake Fischer Whether it was on the gridiron or in the classroom, Jake Fischer was a leader for the Arizona football program.
Heartbreak in the Elite Eight
Arizona women’s tennis completed play at the Pac-12 Championships in the quarterfinals after its last two doubles teams lost on Friday.
The Arizona men’s tennis (12-15, 1-7 Pac-12) ended their 2014 campaign on Wednesday, falling to No. 57 Utah 4-0 at the Pac-12 Championships in Ojai, Calif.