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PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) - Brandon Ashley, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Kaleb Tarczewski each scored 17 points as No. 7 Arizona routed Washington State 86-59 on Sunday night.
Arizona finished the Hillenbrand Invitational with an 8-0 victory over Drake
Arizona defeated Eastern Michigan, 6-2, Sunday afternoon at Hi Corbett Field.
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 run-ruled San Jose State and defeated Loyola Chicago to move to 8-0 on the season
UA alumna Shapri Romero clocked the fourth-best time in the world for the 400-meter sprint while volunteer assistant coach Bernard Lagat set a masters world record in the mile.
Robby Medel was impressive in his pitching debut and the Arizona offense pounded out 21 hits on Saturday night.
Junior Naoki Takeda was able to win his ninth straight singles match and secure his first win since being ranked No. 58 in the nation earlier this week, but it wasn't enough, as Arizona dropped a 5-2 decision to No. 70 Nevada, Saturday out at LaNelle Robson Tennis Center, snapping what was a season-long four-match win streak.
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.
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