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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

Analysis: Hazzard heats up as Arizona ends losing streak

Arizona routed Utah 93-77 on a night where Zeke Nnaji was his normal self, but Max Hazzard showed who he can be. The grad transfer finding his rhythm, a new starting lineup and our first look at James Akinjo were some of the things that stood out following the victory. Read more

Arizona men's basketball ends their non-conference schedule against St. John's

The No. 16 Arizona men's basketball team hits the road tonight as they head to San Francisco, Calif., to play St. John’s (10-2) at 8 p.m. The Wildcats (10-2) look to bounce back from their second loss of the season after dropping their last contest to No. 2 Gonzaga. It is Arizona's fourth neutral site game of the year already after winning the Wooden Legacy. Here is a quick list of what to watch for in the upcoming game. Read more

Analysis: Poor shooting dooms Wildcats in big matchup against Gonzaga

Despite a furious late-game rally that saw Arizona trim a 16-point lead to just 2 in the closing seconds, the Wildcats were unable to overcome a night of poor shooting that saw them shoot below 40 percent from the field and 30 percent from 3-point range. A rough night for their point guard, a potential newcomer taking things in and a potential fashion decision highlighted the night inside McKale Center. Read more

How Tony Amato transformed Arizona women’s soccer into a winning program

It wasn’t too long ago that Arizona women’s soccer was begging for wins at the bottom of the Pac-12 standings. In 2011, the team had a 1-9-1 conference record and ended the season 1-16-2. The program had only been to the NCAA tournament twice in the prior 15 years and finished with a winning record only two times in that span. It was obvious that the program was in desperate need of someone to reverse its losing ways.  Read more