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Arizona Daily Star 12 hours ago
Behind the scenes, UA staff scrambles to get ready for Wildcats' WNIT opener

Behind the scenes, UA staff scrambles to get ready for Wildcats' WNIT opener

Arizona will host Idaho State at 6:30 p.m. Thursday night.
Arizona Desert Swarm 17 hours ago
Arizona hiring Reggie Geary as Director of Development

Arizona hiring Reggie Geary as Director of Development

The former Wildcat is returning to Tucson The Arizona Wildcats are bringing former basketball player Reggie Geary back to Tucson, announcing Wednesday that he has been hired as the UA’s new Director of Development. Geary played at Arizona from 1993 to 1996 and later returned as an assistant coach for the 2008-09 season. In his new role, Geary will “assist in the development and fundraising efforts of the Wildcat Club” per a UA release. “Reggie has a tremendous history and connection with our athletics department and the University of Arizona that fuels his passion for being a...
Arizona Daily Star 20 hours ago

Arizona Wildcats add NMSU, South Dakota State and others to 2019-20 nonconference schedule

New Mexico State will return to McKale Center next season as the WAC champion, joining South Dakota State, NAU, Nebraska-Omaha, San Jose State and Long Beach State as Arizona’s one-time guarantee opponents in 2019-20.
Arizona Desert Swarm 20 hours ago
Arizona baseball outslugs New Mexico State for third straight win

Arizona baseball outslugs New Mexico State for third straight win

In a matchup of two of the best offensive teams in college baseball, the Arizona Wildcats defeated New Mexico State 14-10 at Hi-Corbett Field on Tuesday night. The Aggies came into the game leading the nation in nearly every offensive category, while both teams were in the top 10 around the country in hits, runs, slugging percentage and on base percentage. The two high-powered squads didn’t disappoint Tuesday, combining for 25 hits and 24 runs in what was nearly a five-hour long, back-and-forth affair. “It’s a good RPI win,” UA head coach Jay Johnson said afterwards. “They are...
Arizona Daily Star 21 hours ago
Greg Hansen: Adia Barnes' repair job has Wildcats in the WNIT — and thinking about more Ws

Greg Hansen: Adia Barnes' repair job has Wildcats in the WNIT — and thinking about more Ws

The Wildcats will host Idaho State in Thursday's WNIT opener in McKale Center.
Arizona Daily Star 23 hours ago
Arizona Wildcats hope to draw 5,000 fans for Thursday's WNIT opener

Arizona Wildcats hope to draw 5,000 fans for Thursday's WNIT opener

The UA has already sold 1,200 tickets for Thursday's WNIT opener against Idaho State. Coach Adia Barnes thinks they can reach 5,000 in the next day.
Arizona Desert Swarm Mar 20, 2019
Arizona LB Colin Schooler played vs. ASU, despite ‘bad flu’

Arizona LB Colin Schooler played vs. ASU, despite ‘bad flu’

As a college student, waking up with the flu means I’m shutting everything down for the day. I’m not talking to anyone, my teachers are getting an email, and my streaming services are the only thing I’m working on. I’m probably going to crawl myself to my car and buy my favorite snacks and drinks and just focus on myself. But that minuscule adventure is the only activity that I plan on doing for the entirety of the day. Colin Schooler isn’t your average college student. The Arizona Wildcats linebacker came down with a “bad flu” during Territorial Cup week, but still played...
Arizona Daily Star Mar 20, 2019
Arizona Wildcats center fielder Matt Fraizer out indefinitely with broken bone in hand

Arizona Wildcats center fielder Matt Fraizer out indefinitely with broken bone in hand

Fraizer was batting .412 and had a team-high 28 RBIs.
Arizona Daily Star Mar 20, 2019

The ASU loss and Schooler's sickness

Arizona LB Colin Schooler on the Cats falling to ASU in the Territorial Cup: “We lost that game. They did not win that game.”Schooler also talks about his flu from that week.“I lost about 12 pounds in 3 days. Between…
Arizona Desert Swarm Mar 19, 2019
Little Rock grad transfer Rayjon Tucker drawing interest from Arizona

Little Rock grad transfer Rayjon Tucker drawing interest from Arizona

The Arizona Wildcats have expressed interest in Arkansas-Little Rock graduate transfer Rayjon Tucker, per ESPN’s Jeff Borzello. A 6-foot-5 wing, Tucker averaged 20.3 points and 6.7 rebounds this season, with an impressive shooting line of .491/.411/.777. Those numbers earned him a spot on the All-Sun Belt Second Team. Little Rock grad transfer Rayjon Tucker (20.3 PPG, 6.7 RPG) has heard from Arizona, Arizona State, St. John's, Utah, Ole Miss, Memphis, TCU, Nevada, Pittsburgh, Georgia Tech, Miami, South Carolina, Auburn, UConn, Texas Tech, Maryland, West Virginia, Grand Canyon, Rhode...
Arizona Daily Star Mar 19, 2019
University of Arizona spring season

University of Arizona spring season

Running back J.J. Taylor has his eyes on the ball while running pass catching drills during the University of Arizona's spring season practice session,Tuesday, March 19, 2019, Tucson, Ariz.
Arizona Daily Star Mar 19, 2019
Photos: Day two of University of Arizona's spring ball season

Photos: Day two of University of Arizona's spring ball season

The Wildcats worked out both in and outdoors on the second day of their spring season, Tucson, Ariz.
Arizona Daily Star Mar 19, 2019
Adia Barnes, Arizona Wildcats happy to be ahead of schedule heading into WNIT

Adia Barnes, Arizona Wildcats happy to be ahead of schedule heading into WNIT

Arizona opens the WNIT Thursday night with a regular season rematch against Idaho State.
Arizona Desert Swarm Mar 19, 2019
Kevin Sumlin injures ankle at Arizona football practice

Kevin Sumlin injures ankle at Arizona football practice

Injuries are piling up already The Arizona Wildcats started spring practice Monday, and they are already dealing with injuries. Head coach Kevin Sumlin pulled up to the Davis Center in a golf cart Tuesday, apparently needing it to get around after he tweaked his ankle at Monday’s practice. Looks like Kevin Sumlin is the first person on the injury report for Arizona. Rough start to spring camp for the head honcho. pic.twitter.com/EBwO4I3eML— David Skinner (@davidwskinner_) March 20, 2019 “First major injury of the spring,” Sumlin told reporters from the driver’s seat. “Did...
Arizona Desert Swarm Mar 19, 2019
Arizona interested in North Florida transfer Noah Horchler, per report

Arizona interested in North Florida transfer Noah Horchler, per report

The Arizona Wildcats are one of several teams that have contacted North Florida transfer Noah Horchler, according to Rivals’ Corey Evans. The 6-foot-8 junior averaged 16.0 points, 9.3 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game with the Ospreys this season, shooting 54 percent from the field, 29.6 percent from 3 and 51.2 percent from the free-throw line. North Florida transfer big man Noah Horchler tells @Rivals that he has heard from Arizona, Oklahoma State, Nevada, Providence, Clemson, and Missouri. Sit one, play one— Corey Evans (@coreyevans_10) March 19, 2019 Horchler would have to a sit...

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