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Updated September 25, 2020

Stoian continues to solidify legacy at Arizona

Arizona soccer senior midfielder Gabi Stoian’s impact on the field is immeasurable. Stoian is recognized for her goal scoring and chance creating abilities. Her on field aptitude will be a loss for Arizona after she graduates in Spring 2018. Read more

Soccer breakdown: Conservative defenses causing Wildcats fits

Texas Tech forced the Arizona Wildcats to be creative on Sunday night, in Arizona’s 1-0 win. The Wildcats were able to find the back of the net for their first home goal, which led to their first home win. Arizona played very conservative teams this weekend, and played their best soccer of the year to date, according to head coach Tony Amato. Read more

Arizona soccer looking to improve defense

The Arizona Wildcats soccer team started their 2017 campaign off with a 2-0 win over then No. 16 Oklahoma. Arizona limited Oklahoma to five shots and only one on target, while firing off 16 of their own, nine of which hit the frame. Arizona was caught offsides 10 times, which simply shows activity and creativity while on offense. Read more

Arizona soccer looking forward not back

After a tough weekend, the Wildcats are looking at what’s ahead not what’s in the past. Coming home after two games in Tempe, Arizona looks to rebound from going winless at The Sun Devil Dessert Classic. Read more

Zoe Barrie ready to assist Arizona soccer

Barrie was just four years old when she started playing soccer, and since then her passion for the fast-paced sport has only grown. She also played softball while growing up, but knew she would have to pick one sport over the other if she hoped to play at the college level. Read more

'I can do hard things'

After her third round of chemotherapy, the hospital doctors had some unfortunate news to share with Lexe Selman-Richards and family. The cancer fight was over. Read more

Zak Said took the road never traveled before

In 2007, Said’s mother had an opportunity to earn her Ph.D. at the UA, eventually becoming a professor of geography. The entire family packed their belongings and headed to Tucson. “I kid you not, I didn’t speak any English,” Said said. “I knew how to count from one to 10 and ‘my name is.’ Coming from a different country, you try to make friends. The only thing that I knew was to play soccer.” Read more