The two teams were tied at the half and traded leads on six separate occasions, but Colorado was able to outlast Arizona, 66-51, Friday night inside McKale Center.
TUCSON, Ariz.---Arizona finishes off the 2014-15 regular season this weekend at home, beginning with a contest vs. Colorado, Friday at 6 pm MST inside McKale Center. The game will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks and can be heard locally on KTUC 1400 AM.
Sophomore forward LaBrittney Jones watches from the sideline as Arizona's starting unit takes the McKale Center floor. She high fives teammate Breanna Workman, while giving her some words of encouragement. Jones then takes her seat on the bench, but she doesn't get comfortable, she knows her stay there won't be long.
Sophomore guard Malena Washington nearly equaled her career high in scoring, but it wasn't enough, as Arizona dropped a 75-41 decision at UCLA, Sunday afternoon inside Pauley Pavilion.
Arizona will finish off its four-game road swing at UCLA, Sunday at 2 pm MST inside Pauley Pavilion. The game will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks and can be heard locally on KTUC 1400 AM.
Senior guard Candice Warthen led the team in scoring for the 15th time this season, but it wasn't enough, as Arizona dropped a 77-51 contest to USC, Friday night inside the Galen Center.
The Wildcats head to Los Angeles, as they'll take on USC, Friday at 8 pm MST inside the Galen Center.
In Part five of our 13-part "Getting to Know" series, ArizonaWildcats.com sits down with sophomore forward LaBrittney Jones.
For the second time this season, the Wildcats hung right with No. 8/9 Oregon State in the first half, but in the end the Beavers proved to be a little too much to handle, as Arizona dropped a 73-48 decision, Sunday afternoon at Gill Coliseum.
Arizona finishes off its Pacific Northwest road swing with No. 8/9 Oregon State, Sunday at noon MST. The game will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks and can be heard locally at KTUC 1400 AM.
The Wildcats received 30 points from their bench and scored 34 points in the paint, but it wasn't quite enough, as Arizona fell to Oregon, 75-61, Friday evening at Matthew Knight Arena.
The Wildcats make the trek up to Eugene, as they aim for the season series sweep of the Ducks and their second straight overall win, Friday at 7 pm MST, inside Matthew Knight Arena.