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UA COVID-19 Test Tracker

Daily (9/25)
944 31 3.3%
Total (8/4)
35,583 2,255 6.3%
Includes tests since August 4, 2020
Data from https://covid19.arizona.edu/updates
Updated September 25, 2020

Katiyana Mauga: The queen of crash

At the start of 2017, it seemed like it was only a matter of time. After hitting at least 20 home runs in each of her first three seasons at Arizona, Katiyana Mauga needed just that to tie the all-time Arizona home run record. Read more

Arizona softball drops final game of series to Ducks

The Arizona softball team had quite the historic weekend. They swept the Oregon Ducks for the first time since 2007, the first time the Ducks have been swept overall since 2010 and senior Katiyana Mauga cemented her status as one of the great softball players to play at Hillenbrand Stadium with her record breaking 88th home run on Saturday afternoon. Read more

No.3 Arizona gets set for pivotal matchup with No. 6 Oregon in weekend series

After a difficult series in Salt Lake City over the weekend, the Arizona Wildcats blew off some steam in a two game series against New Mexico State earlier in the week out scoring their opponent 19-1. Now the team’s focus shifts to Hillenbrand Stadium, where they welcome the No.6 ranked Oregon Ducks in a pivotal showdown of top 10 ranked teams and huge Pac-12 title implications. Read more

In college softball, you go as far as your #2 pitcher can take you

The Arizona Wildcats softball team is on the cusp of history. At 41-1, they are just five games away from breaking their own NCAA record for the best 46 game start in history. The Wildcats lead the nations in home runs with 71, 11 more than second place Louisiana College and have become one of the top offenses in the nation. Read more

Arizona pummels Stanford in weekend softball series

Coming into the weekend at 38-1, the Arizona Wildcats were chasing history. With 7 more wins, Arizona would tie the record for the best start in NCAA history, but they would have to get through Stanford to continue their progress. Stanford’s pitchers struggled all weekend against Arizona’s power hitters, as Arizona would pick up two straight wins on Saturday and Sunday to boost their record to 40-1. On Saturday, Arizona would come out scoring fast, which was the theme of the weekend, giving them a lead that they would not give up. Read more