Thirteenth-ranked Arizona softball defeated Southern Utah in five innings in its first game of the second day of the Hillenbrand Invitational. The Cats are currently taking on North Texas in game 2
Arizona softball opened its season with a 10-2, mercy-rule victory over Southern Utah on Thursday night in the first game of the 16-game Hillenbrand Invitational.
Thirteenth-ranked Arizona kicks off the 2016 season by hosting the Hillenbrand Invitational, Feb. 11-14 at Hillenbrand Stadium. The Wildcats welcome Southern Utah, North Texas, Nebraska Omaha, Purdue and UC Santa Barbara for the four-day, 16-game event. Arizona is hosting the tournament for the 20th time and owns a 96-3 all-time record in the 19 previous seasons. Arizona and Southern Utah open the event on Thursday at 6 p.m. MST. In all, Arizona will compete in six contests during the season-opening weekend.
In less than a week, Arizona softball will begin its quest for the program's 23rd Women's College World Series and ninth NCAA Championship. Read more about the 2016 team here.
For the second consecutive season, Arizona's Katiyana Mauga has been named to the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Top 50 "Watch List", ASA/USA Softball announced on Wednesday.
A day after finding itself in the top 15 in both the NFCA and USA Softball Preseason Polls, the Arizona softball team has been selected to finish third in the Pac-12 in a vote of the conference's coaches.
Arizona softball has been selected 13th in the NFCA Preseason Top 25, released on Tuesday.
Members of the University of Arizona softball team traveled throughout the city of Tucson to deliver season tickets to many of their loyal fans on Wednesday evening.
After a successful fall season and short winter break, Arizona returned to Hillenbrand Stadium to hold its first practice of the New Year on Monday in preparation for the 2016 season
With less than two months until the season's commencement, the Arizona softball team has released its 2016 schedule, head coach Mike Candrea announced on Tuesday.
Four of the nation's premier high school softball players have submitted National Letters of Intent to attend the University of Arizona, head coach Mike Candrea announced on Wednesday.
Arizona run-ruled Phoenix College in the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader. Game 2 is underway.