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Arizona women's basketball schedule breakdown

Arizona’s women’s basketball will be looking to get off to a good start this season as the Wildcats play their first game of the season on Tuesday, Nov. 5 against North Dakota at home at 6:30 p.m. Soon after, they’ll move onto play against Texas in the Lone Star State on Nov. 17. This will be a tough game for the Wildcats on the road. The two teams haven’t met in over a decade so this will be a new challenge for both sided. Texas was ranked No. 23 last year. Read more

Wildcats look toward rivalry game before playoffs begin

Arizona women's soccer comes back to Tucson, Ariz. for its final game of the season on Friday, Nov. 8. The Wildcats play the ASU Sun Devils at 7 p.m. at the Mulcahy Soccer Stadium. ASU is currently last place in the Pac-12 conference with zero wins in the conference and a 0-8-2 record. The Wildcats now sit in seventh place in the Pac-12 after dropping both games last weekend to Cal and Stanford. Read more

A closer look at Arizona men's basketball schedule

The Arizona men's basketball team is looking forward to this year’s schedule, despite the tough schedule against top ranked Pac-12 teams. Arizona basketball is ranked No. 6 in the nation, and second in the Pac-12 in the 2019 recruiting class. Read more

Arizona volleyball to host Cal and Stanford

When it seemed that Arizona volleyball finally had some momentum after a demanding victory over Oregon, they dropped two close matches this past weekend against Colorado and Utah. With the Wildcats at 12-12 on their disappointing season, largely due to injuries, their road ahead gets even tougher as they face No. 20 California and No. 5 Stanford this weekend. Read more

Arizona women's golf snags first tournament win

Arizona women’s golf came away with its first win of the season after a successful run through the Pac-12 preview in Kailua Kona, Hawai‘i. The Wildcats finished the tournament 19 shots under par, UCLA finished second with 17 shots under par and ASU finished third with seven shots under par. Read more

Arizona women's basketball defeats North Dakota in record-setting night

The Arizona women’s basketball team opened the 2019-20 regular season with a record-setting night as they dominated the University of North Dakota on their way to a 74-42 win. The ‘Cats were able to jump out to an 18-point halftime lead after playing exceptional defense, holding the Fighting Hawks to just 26 percent from the field while forcing 16 turnovers. Read more

A look at Arizona men's basketball's highly-touted freshman class

Arizona men's basketball is set for a terrific year this year, and the main reason is because of two freshmen: Josh Green and Nico Mannion. Arizona’s recruiting class for the Class of 2023 ranked No. 6 in the nation, behind powerhouses Kentucky and Duke, as well as Oregon, Villanova and Memphis. Read more

Arizona men's basketball welcomes back Assistant Coach Jack Murphy

As Head Coach Sean Miller and Arizona basketball prepare for the upcoming season, they will welcome back a familiar face to their coaching staff this season: Jack Murphy. Murphy returns to the Wildcats, where he worked for eight years under the tutelage of famed coach Lute Olson in roles ranging from team manager to director of operations. Read more

Looking ahead to men's basketball in the Pac-12 conference

The Pac-12 conference has been extremely underwhelming in recent years, fielding just six teams to the NCAA tournament each of the last two years combined. The conference, which has been the laughingstock of the power-five conferences over the years, will look to bounce back this season in what should be an exciting year with tons of top-freshmen coming into the conference this season. In fact, four of the top 11 recruiting classes in the country come out of the Pac-12 conference, according to 247sports composite rankings.  Read more

A 'make or break' season for Head Coach Sean Miller

Arizona men's basketball Head Coach Sean Miller will be entering his 10th year with the program, which is truly remarkable considering the events the program has faced over the past decade. The Wildcats have failed to reach the Final Four since Miller’s arrival, despite annually bringing in top recruiting classes. Read more