Arizona softball coach Mike Candrea looks on during Arizona's 18-10 victory over Washington on April 12 at Hillenbrand Stadium. While Arizona's offense has been dominant, its pitching staff has underperformed; something Candrea has spoken about all season long.
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Arizona softball coach Mike Candrea looks on during Arizona's 18-10 win against Washington at Hillenbrand Stadium on Sunday. The Wildcats continue to put high-level offensive numbers up despite the pitching staff still struggling.
Sonney Clenny, 29, a homeless man, spends his Monday afternoon catching some shade. After graduating from high school, Clenny left his hometown of Lima, Ohio, and remained homeless for the past 12 years and considers himself a traveler since he has lived in more than 35 states across the country.
Arizona softball utility player Katiyana Mauga runs home after hitting a home run during Arizona's 18-10 win against Washington at Hillenbrand Stadium on Sunday. Mauga hit two home runs on Sunday to pace the Wildcats to a series win over the Huskies.
An Arabian foal stands pretty at the UA Agricultural Center on Wednesday. So far, there are seven Arabian foals with three more expected by the end of May.
Todd Holes (left) and Maricela Rodriguez (right) drink their daily coffee at Sky Bar on Monday. Sky Bar is a solar-powered café during the day.
Irie Freedom, 33, orders his iced coffee to start his afternoon at Sky Bar on Monday, March 23. At night, patrons are able to look at the sky through telescopes.
Physiology freshman Aishwarya Karlapudi (left) and business and management freshman Winkfield Twyman (right) spend their afternoon sitting on the grass outside the Arizona State Museum on Monday. Catching up on some rest and relaxation on the UA campus is one of the things students can enjoy about spring.
Coffee beans pour out of the roaster at Exo Roast Company on Thursday. The coffee shop takes care in selecting and roasting beans to make the perfect cup of cof
Pima Community College nursing majors Ian Macomber, left, and Jenny Nevins, right, study at Cartel Coffee Lab on Monday. Nevins and Macomber said they enjoy the quiet atmosphere of the coffee shop and its proximity to their houses.