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Anthony Cusanelli and Bayley Marshall: The driving forces of the UA Hockey offense

Hockey is a sport that requires the effort of every player on the ice to win. A winning mentality is a “we” based mentality. The University of Arizona Wildcat hockey team won Western Collegiate Hockey League Conference Championships in the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 seasons because of that mentality, but the team’s offense has been continually driven by two highly skilled forwards, Anthony Cusanelli and Bayley Marshall. Read more

Career night from Jemarl Baker Jr. helps Arizona blow past NAU

The Arizona Wildcats defeated the NAU Lumberjacks by a score of 96-53. From the very start of this game, it was over and we knew it wasn’t going to be a close game as the Wildcats started on a 15-0 run. Even though this game was against a low division one team, there were a ton of positives to take out of this team’s performance. Read more

Arizona tops USC 78-77 in nail-biter at McKale Center

The Wildcats needed all of their game on Sunday, Dec. 6 to escape with a victory over the USC Trojans. The Wildcats were led by their star player, Aari McDonald with 30 points on 12-20 shooting, while also adding four rebounds and two assists in 39 minutes.  Read more

Litwin's Locks: Pac-12 Week 5 and NFL Week 13

Speaking for myself, this is the most stressful part of the semester. Take a breather from your all-night studying session to consider next week’s picks. Remember, it’s just a breather. Let’s take a look at what happened to Litwin’s Locks a week ago.  Read more

Key plays from Arizona's loss against UCLA

This weekend's game for Arizona was another tough one with Arizona losing to UCLA, 27-10, for their 10th loss in a row. Here are some key plays made by UCLA and Arizona that ultimately pushed the Wildcats to an 0-3 start, and tied for last in the Pac-12.  Read more