Baseball

Weems' career at UA shows hard work pays off

 “I would just like to thank all the coaches that got me here to this point, all the little leagues coaches and the travel coaches that really took the time and effort to teach me the game of baseball and teach me to be the man that I am today,” Weems said.   Read more

Third annual CATSYS recognizes top athletes, unsung heroes

The red carpet was rolled out Monday night at McKale Center as Arizona Athletics hosted its third annual CATSYS Awards Show to honor student-athletes on campus. The emcees on the night were recently-retired NBA star Channing Frye and Chris “Geeter” McGee with live music being played by Kelley James. Read more

UA sports to attend during Spring Fling weekend

Spring Fling is this weekend on the UA Mall, and while the rides and food figure to be quite the attraction, there are several Arizona sports taking place on campus as well. Here are the different sports you can go see throughout the three-day event. Read more

Arizona baseball gets back on track with sweep of Washington

The phrase, “there is no place like home,” from the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz seems to be the exact expression to define the first half of Arizona baseball this season. It’s no secret the team seems to be more comfortable playing at home, getting outscored on the road 74-88, compared to playing at Hi Corbett where they have outscored their opposition 208-125.     Read more

Arizona baseball shows fight but gets swept by No. 1 UCLA

Arizona baseball faced a challenging opponent this past weekend when it traveled to Los Angeles to play the No. 1 team in the country, the UCLA Bruins, in Jackie Robinson Stadium. All three games were won by UCLA, but the series served as a learning experience for the ‘Cats in how competitive the Pac-12 is going to be this season. Here are some of the highlights from the matchup with the Bruins: Read more