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Remembering the past: Desert Swarm

A name that stands out in itself: Head Coach Dick Tomey’s defense between the years 1992-94 was unparalleled and unrivaled. Opposing teams averaged barely 30 yards rushing a game, which was some of the best rush defense in 30 years. According to the late Tomey, the defense was very simple as it had the same front every play, and almost never blitzed. The defense almost never changed personnel, and formations by offenses never changed their scheme. Read more

Celebrating the ghosts of Arizona football's past

The University of Arizona has produced electric NFL talents throughout its football program’s history. From Tedy Bruschi to Rob Gronkowski, NFL legends have been a staple of the Wildcat program. Take a look back at some of the best talents to ever come out of Wildcat country. Read more

Sisters Vivian and Yu-Sang Hou dominate at Stanford golf tournament

On the weekend of Oct. 13, Arizona’s own golfing super sisters Vivian and Yu-Sang Hou played their way to a third-place team finish in the Stanford Intercollegiate Tournament. Vivian Hou finished in second place, shooting an incredible seven shots under par. Yu-Sang Hou finished fifth, shooting three strokes under par.  Read more

Arizona football fires defensive coordinator Marcel Yates, Chuck Cecil to take over

On Sunday night, Arizona football fired defensive coordinator Marcel Yates after Arizona allowed 133 points in the previous three games to Washington, USC and Stanford.  Chuck Cecil, a defensive analyst, is set to take over for Yates. Cecil, a former walk-on turned All-American defensive back for the Wildcats looks to bring a new set of physicality to this Arizona team. Read more

Arizona women's soccer squeezes out win against Oregon State to close out weekend

It was a windy day on Oct. 27 at Mulcahy Soccer Stadium where Arizona women's soccer beat Oregon State by a final score of 2-1. It was a closely contested game throughout the 90 minutes with chances for both teams in the first half. In the second half, Arizona got back to their usual form of high pressing football. Freshman sensation Hope Hisey had another great game playing in goal despite her error early.  Read more

Team USA defeats Arizona as Bobby Dalbec makes his return to Hi Corbett Field

There were mixed emotions on the field at Hi Corbett on Saturday evening as Bobby Dalbec, who was part of the Wildcats 2016 run to the College World Series, made his much-anticipated return to Tucson, this time in the opposing team’s clubhouse. The emotions were all over the place for Dalbec in a night where Team USA defeated Arizona 9-7 in ten innings.  Read more

Arizona football drops third consecutive game, moves to 4-4 on the season

Arizona football dropped its third consecutive game of the season to the Stanford Cardinal this afternoon by a final score of 41-31 on the road in Palo Alto, Calif. The story going into today's game was centered around the quarterback position and whether senior Khalil Tate or true freshman Grant Gunnell would start for Head Coach Kevin Sumlin. Read more

Arizona volleyball drops fifth consecutive after Beavers make late-game run

Arizona volleyball fell to the Oregon State Beavers by a final score of 3-2 on Friday night at the McKale Center.  Arizona dominated in the first set taking a 25-13 win. The Wildcats were able to get out to an early advantage after a Devyn Cross block gave them a 6-1 lead. The Wildcats continued to dominate the rest of the set and never letting Oregon State get too close, eventually closing out the set with a win. Read more

Staff predictions for Arizona football against Stanford

Arizona football hits the road for the second week in a row and travels to Palo Alto, Calif., to take on Stanford. The Wildcats are 4-3 on the season after two consecutive losses. Beat reporters Jack Cooper, Amit Syal and Austin Wales predict what will go down at Stanford on Saturday afternoon. Read more

Arizona women's soccer scores five goals in win over Oregon

Arizona women's soccer returned home and made a statement by scoring five times off 26 total shots. Forwards Jill Aguilera and Jada Talley shined by scoring two goals each and combining for three assists in the 5-2 win over Oregon. The team was coming off a zero goal performance against Utah last week and was looking to get back on track with a win on Thursday. Read more