Around Thanksgiving, Hawaii will be Wildcat country. It was announced earlier this week that the Arizona men’s basketball team would open the 2014 Maui Invitational against Missouri at 3 p.m.
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Prior to the Pac-12 tournament championship, conference commissioner Larry Scott talked to the media to discuss the pulse of the Pac.
Junior guard Nick Johnson and freshman forward Aaron Gordon were two of four Pac-12 players to be named to the John R. Wooden Award Midseason Top 25 in an announcement Wednesday by the Los Angeles Athletic Club.
Arizona’s men’s basketball program earned a commitment from junior college All-American Kadeem Allen on Monday. Allen, a 6-foot-3 guard coming out of Hutchinson Community College in Kansas, is arguably the best junior college player in the country.
The Arizona men’s basketball team was selected by media as the clear favorite to win the Pac-12 conference this season after receiving 21 out of 23 potential first place votes in preseason voting. The UA only lost one vote apiece to UCLA and Colorado. Oregon, Cal, Stanford, and ASU round out the top 7 projected Pac-12 teams.
According to a press release, former Arizona head coach and 2007 College Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Jerry Kindall will be at the Reid Park Demeester Performance Center along with current head coach Andy Lopez this Saturday, Oct. 12 from 9 a.m. to noon for the Tucson Walk to Defeat ALS hosted by the ALS Association’s Arizona Chapter.
As Arizona’s baseball team geared up for its first official fall practice, its thoughts and prayers were with head coach Andy Lopez, who underwent triple bypass heart surgery Monday at a local hospital.
The UA announced Friday that men’s basketball assistant coach Emanuel “Book” Richardson will be taking a temporary leave of absence due to health issues.
After transferring from Kansas to Arizona, Zach Peters has been provided with a fresh start as the NCAA approved the redshirt-freshman’s waiver request Thursday evening, allowing him to play in 2013-14.