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Freshman Whyte finds comfort in W-hoops win

Freshman guard Davellyn Whyte presented head coach Niya Butts with a gift before yesterday's game. It was a small black bow to be worn in Butts' hair, and attached to the bow was the freshman's promise that she would play better. Read more

Struggles continue for Icecats

Although the Icecats (2-7) struggled with intensity and focus at UNLV two weekends ago, they didn't expect problems with desire and concentration during the team's home opener in front of thousands of fans. Read more

Combined effort seals victory

As fans straggled into Arizona Stadium during the opening minutes of Saturday's Homecoming game, the No. 18 Arizona football team was busy putting Washington State away. Read more

Sophomore stands out in exhibition

Some players have an immediate impact on a team. For Arizona, junior college transfer Brooke Jackson was the most impressive of the new additions for head coach Niya Butts in the Wildcats' 75-60 exhibition game win over Ft. Lewis College in McKale Center. Read more

A balanced equation

During the first few seasons of UA head coach Mike Stoops' time in Tucson, the offense didn't really have an identity. When Sonny Dykes arrived three years ago, the thought was that the Wildcats would transform into the ""Air-Zona"" offense, imitating the offensive scheme from the Texas Tech teams Dykes coached prior to joining Stoops' staff. Read more

Glad to be home

Based on their attitude at the end of practice, you would never know the Arizona Icecats (2-5) have lost five of their seven games. The excitement, the optimism and the confidence among the team members don't resemble those of an underperforming club. Read more

Soccer faces final two

This weekend all five seniors will have a chance to leave a lasting impression as they take on Oregon at Mulcahy Stadium at 7 p.m. and Oregon State on Sunday at 11 a.m. on senior day. Senior day marks not just the last home game but the final game in their collegiate career. Read more

Swim and dive finally off deck

The UA swimming and diving teams will take their first steps towards returning to national championship prowess today at 2 p.m. as they host their first event of the season, a dual meet featuring the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and Wisconsin. Read more

Hall of Fame

The 2009 UA Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is taking place today, beginning at 4:45 p.m. The ceremony will take place in McKale Center at Lute & Bobbi Olson Court and includes the unveiling of the inductee banners at the Rountree Mezzanine in the Jim Click Hall of Champions. There will be a hosted reception in the Eddie Lynch Pavilion following the ceremony. Four of the five inductees that will be personally attending including Lute Olson, JT Snow, Amy Linnen and Chris Nallen. Read more

Extra prep to push 'Cats over the edge

Arizona volleyball will begin the final month of Pacific 10 Conference season on the road at the Oregon schools this weekend. But that doesn't mean they haven't been thinking about the dreaded roach matches since Saturday when they last stepped on the court. Read more