Tennis

Israeli Air Force athlete turned UA tennis Champ

 The process of becoming a Division 1 collegiate athlete means practices starting from when you are 5 years old, a family or support system that is there to push you and a drive to go beyond where most people quit. For Talya Zandberg, however, it is all that and more.  Read more

Arizona Wildcats embark ITA Kickoff Weekend

It is ITA Kickoff Weekend and the Arizona men’s tennis team is heading to Fort Worth, Texas to take on Notre Dame  on Saturday, Jan. 25 at 11 a.m.  The winner from these matches will go on to play the winner between Texas Christian University and FAU in what should be strong competition all across the board based on the most recent ITA team rankings putting TCU at No. 8.  Read more

Arizona tennis gears up for the ITA Tennis Regionals

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association Regionals are being held in Malibu starting on Thursday, Oct. 17 until Sunday, Oct. 20, and four of the University of Arizona’s players will be competing: freshman Nick Lagaev, juniors Igor Karpovets and Carlos Hassey and senior Alejandro Reguant. Read more

Arizona men's tennis falls in San Diego, looks forward to Oklahoma

The continuation of Conner Olsen’s winning streak came to an end at the Aztec Men’s Tennis Fall Invitational. Four of Arizona men's tennis players traveled to San Diego, Calif. this weekend to compete in the Aztec Invitational on the home courts of San Diego State University. The Wildcats were fighting for a championship title in the Aztec Brack, State Bracket and Warrior Bracket. Two out of the four Wildcats made it to championship rounds. Read more

UA sports to attend during Spring Fling weekend

Spring Fling is this weekend on the UA Mall, and while the rides and food figure to be quite the attraction, there are several Arizona sports taking place on campus as well. Here are the different sports you can go see throughout the three-day event. Read more

Get to know the Arizona coaches in charge this fall

The fall season is undoubtedly an amazing time in Tucson. From new beginnings in college to the start of a plethora of sports seasons, the fall semester does not disappoint. Here’s a guide to some of University of Arizona’s top head coaches, who will hopefully lead teams to victory this fall. Read more