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Daily (10/22)
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Total (8/2)
42,506 639 1.5%
Includes tests since August 2, 2021
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Updated October 22, 2021

Wise arrested on suspended license

Nic Wise, the former Arizona men's basketball player, was taken into custody Friday night for driving with a suspended license, University of Arizona Police Department Sgt. Juan Alvarez told the Arizona Daily Star. Read more

Facing the NIT

Fans felt the divine right to poke fun at college basketball's loser's bracket, the NIT, for 25 years. Read more

W-hoops drops Cougars

Arizona women's basketball still has a shot at the NCAA Tournament after a 62-60 win against the Washington State Cougars in the first round of the Pacific 10 Conference Tournament Thursday in Los Angeles. Read more

Streak is over

Under the bright lights of the Staples Center, it was like a bad ending to a good movie as the nation's longest NCAA Tournament streak came to an end on Thursday. Read more

W-hoops racks up conference awards

Arizona women's basketball players Davellyn Whyte and Ify Ibekwe joined their male counterparts Nic Wise and Derrick Williams  Tuesday as Pacific 10 Conference postseason award winners. Read more

Going home to LA

Growing up in Los Angeles, forward Derrick Williams always dreamed of playing at Staples Center, home of the Clippers and the Lakers. On Thursday, about 30 to 40 of his family members and friends will watch him play in the arena for the Pacific 10 Conference Tournament. Read more

Arizona's strength key to win streak

After taking a 24-point pounding at California just 11 days ago, the Arizona basketball team could have easily given up on the season. Instead, a resilient Wildcat team heads into the Pacific 10 Conference Tournament on a three-game win streak. Read more

Wisely done

He teared up.So did everyone else.The arms of his closest family extended throughout the McKale Center faithful. They gave one final salute to its four-year warrior Saturday afternoon. Read more

Fogg comes up clutch

The crowd of 14,591 in McKale Center grew nervously silent. As teammates on the court looked away, and the ones on the bench clutched their arms together, Arizona guard Kyle Fogg stood alone to shoot the most important free throws of his life. Read more