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Analysis: Arizona women's basketball is off to a hot start

Arizona women's basketball is off to an impressive start this season, posting a 5-0 record and reaching No. 24 in the Coaches Poll for the first time in 15 years. Things are clicking on all cylinders for Head Coach Adia Barnes and company, as they are still striving to receive an invitation to the NCAA Tournament. Read more

Arizona hockey to host the UNLV Rebels

Arizona hockey (11-2) will host the UNLV Rebels (9-5) in a two-game home series inside Tucson Arena this week. The first game is Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and the second game is Saturday at 1 p.m. Read more

Can Arizona football make a bowl game this season?

With only two games remaining in the 2019 football season, Arizona football has to win both in order to make a bowl game.  Football beat reporters, Jack Cooper, Amit Syal and Austin Wales predict what they think will happen in the final two games against Utah and ASU. Read more

Aari McDonald earns Pac-12 and NCAA Women’s Player of the Week

This past week, junior Aari McDonald showcased that she is not only an elite two-way guard, but is one of the most special talents in the country. She averaged 34 points on 79.3% shooting (23-29), was 20-20 from the free-throw line and contributed 3 steals in two blow-out victories against Chicago State and Texas.  Read more

Arizona men's basketball continues to dominate in the early season

Defense led the way in Arizona men's basketball's 83-53 trouncing of New Mexico State on Sunday afternoon at the McKale Center. Earlier this week, Sean Miller said New Mexico State “will be one of the most difficult games we play all season.” Even though the Aggies were missing key pieces of their team due to injury, they won 30 games a year ago and almost knocked Auburn out of the NCAA tournament. Miller knew from the start that this game could be tough. Read more

Arizona football’s bowl game chances come down to last two games after loss to Oregon

This evening, Arizona football (4-6, 2-5 Pac-12) dropped its fifth consecutive game of the season on the road at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Ore. to the Ducks by a final score of 6-34. Arizona football was in a tough situation heading into this weekend. With only three games remaining in the season, the Wildcats needed to win at least two of them to make a bowl game. The fact that the Wildcats took on the No. 6 Ducks on the road at Autzen Stadium was just added stress to an already tough spot to be in. Read more

Staff predictions for Arizona football against Oregon

Arizona football hits the road this weekend and takes on the Oregon Ducks after coming off a bye week. The Wildcats are 4-5 on the season with only three games remaining in the regular season. Beat reporters, Jack Cooper, Amit Syal and Austin Wales predict what will go down at Autzen Stadium. Read more