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This day in Wildcat history: Arizona men’s basketball advances to Final Four after 87-81 win over Illinois

You fill out your bracket every March with the hope of seeing the best teams in the later rounds of the tournament battle it out for a championship. Most of the time that doesn’t happen as your pick to win the dance crumbles to a Cinderella team and spoils that desired No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup in the Regional finals. But that was not the case in 2001. Read more

Arizona lacrosse gets ready to kick off their season

After picture day, during which time sophomore team captain Mason Paola illustrated how the team is working on getting the new guys acclimated to the team, University of Arizona Men’s Lacrosse is gearing up to start their season at home against the Dominican Penguins this Saturday at 1:00 pm.  Read more

Arizona softball heads to Tempe for season opener

No. 5 Arizona will begin its 2020 season at the Kajikawa Classic this weekend in Tempe, Ariz. The team will be tested early as it will play five games in three days, including a battle against No. 12 Tennessee to close out the tournament on Sunday. Read more

How Arizona women’s basketball became the hottest sport on campus

This time last year the Arizona Wildcats had just lost their sixth conference game of the season with its tournament hopes slowly dwindling away. Now, just one year later, Arizona women’s basketball is having one of its best seasons in recent history, ranking No. 12 in the country with an 18-3 record and 7-3 in conference play.   Read more

Has Stone Gettings cemented his starting spot?

Over the course of an entire college basketball season many things change. Sometimes there are injuries and players miss time, other times players may get an increased role because they gain confidence and start making shots. Read more

A Grand Canyon-sized comeback, Arizona hockey sweeps GCU

Arizona Hockey hosted a pair of close games against the Grand Canyon University Lopes D-3 hockey club on Thursday night and Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats combined for 12 goals in those two games and mounted a three-goal comeback on Saturday to complete the series sweep.   Read more