The Wildcats look to stay hot, as they take their talents to the state of Texas, where they'll clash with Stephen F. Austin, Saturday at 3:30 p.m. MST inside William R. Johnson Coliseum in search of their fifth win in a row.
The Wildcats sported two players in double figures and forced the Blazers into a season-high tying 21 turnovers, as Arizona defeated UAB, 49-44, Sunday afternoon at McKale Center, clinching UA's fourth straight victory.
The Wildcats conclude their two-game homestand with a matchup against UAB, Sunday at noon MST, inside McKale Center, as Arizona aims to extend its season-high win streak to four straight games.
The Wildcats shot nearly 45 percent from the field and led for all but 1:11, as Arizona ran by Southern, 56-45, for its third win in a row, Thursday night at McKale Center.
The Wildcats will kick-off a brief two-game homestand against Southern, Thursday at 7 p.m. MST inside McKale Center, as Arizona aims to clinch its third straight victory.
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Senior guard Candice Warthen exploded for 19 points in the second half, including accounting for seven of Arizona's 12 points in overtime, as the Wildcats rallied from a double-digit deficit to stun Wake Forest, 72-69 in overtime, Sunday afternoon inside LJVM Coliseum.
The Wildcats hit the road looking for their fourth win in five games, as they'll take on Wake Forest, Sunday at 11:00 a.m. MST inside LJVM Coliseum
For the second time in its last three wins, Arizona led from wire-to-wire, as sophomore forward LaBrittney Jones secured her fourth career double-double, leading the Wildcats to convincing 65-51 victory over Grambling State, Wednesday night at McKale Center.
The Wildcats aim to claim their third win in their last four games, as they return home to take on Grambling State, Wednesday at 7 p.m. MST inside McKale Center.
The University of Arizona Women's Basketball team took advantage of a day between games, as it visited Everglades National Park on Saturday afternoon.
Three Wildcats scored in double figures, but it wasn't quite enough, as Arizona fell to Toledo 69-54 in the FIU Thanksgiving Classic championship game on Sunday, inside FIU Arena.