With Arizona's first contest of the 2014-15 campaign just 12 days away, there is still time for fans to lock down their spot in the newly renovated McKale Center for what is sure to be an exciting women's basketball season.
With the new season just around the corner, the Wildcats took a break from their busy practice schedule to spend some time with the kids from the Delta Academy Wednesday evening.
With the start of the 2014-15 season just over two weeks away, head coach Niya Butts and various student-athletes had the opportunity to speak with the local media, Monday afternoon during the Wildcats' annual preseason Media Day event.
Over 125 dedicated fans from all over Tucson joined the Wildcats, as they hosted their second annual 5K Walk/Run event Sunday morning on the University of Arizona campus mall.
The University of Arizona Women's Basketball program was well represented at 2014 Pac-12 Media Day, as head coach Niya Butts and senior forward Alli Gloyd met with local and national media on Wednesday out at the conference studios in downtown San Francisco.
Members of the University of Arizona women's basketball team took the time to deliver tickets to various season ticket holders around the city of Tucson Monday night.
The University of Arizona Women's Basketball team officially got its season going, as head coach Niya Butts held her first organized practice of the 2014-15 season on Wednesday, inside Richard Jefferson Gymnasium.
The University of Arizona women's basketball team is set to host its second annual 5K Walk/Run on Sunday, Oct. 26th at 8 a.m. on the UA campus mall.
The University of Arizona women's basketball program will be shown on television a school-record 14 times this season, as the 2014-15 Pac-12 schedule was finalized for all 12 conference institutions and released by the Pac-12 office on Monday.
Head coach Niya Butts and the Arizona women's basketball program announced its 2014-15 non-conference schedule on Wednesday.
When Arizona's Breanna Workman set foot on the hardwood of McKale Center in her first game last season, the 6'1 forward was forced to deal with a different atmosphere in more ways than one.
Arizona women's basketball season tickets are now available, the program announced on Wednesday.