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Arizona athletic director Dave Heeke talks about the upcoming football season, vacant coaching positions and more

Arizona athletic director Dave Heeke announced that the university and the athletic department is fully committed to having a college football season this year. Heeke held a virtual press conference with the media on Thursday where he laid out his plans to have a 2020 football season while prioritizing the health of the fans and student-athletes.  Read more

Former UA legends Richard Jefferson and Jason Terry emerge as candidates for vacant assistant coaching job

Former Arizona legends Jason Terry and Richard Jefferson have been hinted at becoming the Wildcat’s next assistant coach, according to Jeff Goodman of Stadium. The news of Terry being the lead candidate was announced Tuesday, April 21, by Goodman on Twitter, which ignited a response from Jefferson quoting the tweet and indicating that he is also a candidate for the position and wishing Terry the best of luck in the race to become Wildcat's newest assistant coach.  Read more

Arizona preparing for the worst-case scenario: What Kerr Kriisa can bring to the Wildcats next season

If you take a look at the roster Arizona is set to put out next season, you might think to yourself that the Wildcats have enough guards to survive the long and grueling season. The University of Arizona was already two or three deep at both guard positions before the commitment of 6-foot-2 guard Kerr Kiisa from Estonia on Saturday, April 18. So, why did Sean Miller and the coaching staff pick up another commit at the guard position? Read more

Uncertainty ahead for Arizona tennis senior

When Arizona men’s tennis head coach Clancy Shields first heard the news of the season being cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic, the first person he thought of was Alejandro Reguant, the lone senior on the Wildcats roster. Read more

Aari Mcdonald wins Ann Meyers Drysdale Award

Aari McDonald’s impressive season continues to be recognized as she was named the winner of the Ann Meyers Drysdale Award on Monday by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, and she becomes the first player in school history to win one of the five positional awards. Read more