Aaron Castle (shot put), Collins Kibet (800m run) and Nnenya Hailey (400m hurdles) advance to the NCAA Championships, while Traci Lynn Hicks advanced to the quarterfinals in the 100-meter hurdles
When it comes to Arizona women's basketball, the program represents more than top athletes playing basketball at the highest level. It's about developing and training student-athletes for life beyond basketball. Throughout the summer ArizonaWildcats.com will sit down with various Wildcat basketball alumni and see what they've been up to in the real world.
De Beer, Hurst and Elvin Kibet advance to the NCAA Championships while Hailey, Lauderdale II and Collins Kibet advance to the quarterfinals in their respective events
2015 Recruiting Class Ranked 14th by PrepVolleyball.com
Chelsea Goodacre was named second-team NFCA All-America while Mauga and Fox were third-team selections
Kingery joined by Kevin Newman and Bobby Dalbec on All-Conference team.
The meet will take place on May 28-30 in Austin, Texas.
On Monday, the fifth-ranked Wildcats finished fifth in stroke play to advance to match play.
Fifth-seeded Arizona will face fourth-seeded Stanford at 7:50 a.m. ET on Tuesday.
The 33-year coaching veteran took three schools to five total College World Series, winning twice, including at Arizona in 2012.
No. 5 Arizona will tee at 12:10 p.m. ET for round four on Monday.
Baseball Closes 2015 Season With 8-1 Victory