COSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame
Arizona softball will be well represented in the World Cup of Softball X, which kicks off today in Irvine, Calif. Kellie Fox (14-15), Brigette Del Ponte (10-13), Estela Piñon (13-14), Kelsey Rodriguez (13-14) and incoming freshman Alyssa Palomino will be competing in the event.
The Pac-12 Conference office announced today that it has officially joined the Green Sports Alliance (GSA), following the lead of the conference's 12 institutions, which were already members of GSA. The Pac-12 is the first collegiate sports conference to count all its members as GSA participants.
Arizona alumna Liz Patterson took second place in the high jump by clearing a mark of 6-2 (1.88m) at the USA Championships in Eugene, Ore. at Hayward Field on Sunday, June 28.
Freshman Bailey Roth took the title the men's 3,000-meter steeplechase in the USA Jr. Championships on Saturday, June 27 in Eugene, Ore. at Hayward Field.
Current Wildcat Nnenya Hailey and former Wildcat Georganne Moline advanced to the semifinals of the 400-meter hurdles on Friday, June 26 at the USA Championships in Eugene, Ore. at Hayward Field.
Over the last two-plus decades, the NBA Draft has been a showcase of the talent produced by the Arizona men's basketball program, as 40 players have had their names called in the draft since 1988.
The Arizona men's basketball program sent two more representatives into the NBA ranks on Thursday night.
The University of Arizona cross country team is set to begin their 2015 season in Flagstaff, Ariz. at the George Kyte Classic on Saturday, Sept. 5 at noon MST.
Redshirt junior-to-be Aaron Castle earned Third-Team honors on the Capital One Academic All-America Team on Thursday, which is selected by CoSIDA.
In preparation for the 2015 season, the Arizona volleyball program has released its 32-match schedule, head coach Dave Rubio announced on Wednesday. Arizona will play 15 nationally televised games, including one on ESPNU and 14 Pac-12 Networks matches.
It was a roller coaster ride for the Arizona Wildcats. From untimely injuries to big-time upsets and impressive individual performances, the 2014-15 campaign had a little bit of everything.