The Arizona Wildcats earned their highest road meet of the season against the California Golden Bears on Monday, Feb. 8, but fell to the No. 21 ranked team 196.825-196.00.
Wildcats finish the second round of play in Palos Verdes at the Ohio State hosted tournament.
Anderson earns weekly conference honors after averaging 26.5 points and 13.5 rebounds while shooting 57.1 percent from the field in a sweep of the Washington schools in the Pacific Northwest.
Thirteenth-ranked Arizona kicks off the 2016 season by hosting the Hillenbrand Invitational, Feb. 11-14 at Hillenbrand Stadium. The Wildcats welcome Southern Utah, North Texas, Nebraska Omaha, Purdue and UC Santa Barbara for the four-day, 16-game event. Arizona is hosting the tournament for the 20th time and owns a 96-3 all-time record in the 19 previous seasons. Arizona and Southern Utah open the event on Thursday at 6 p.m. MST. In all, Arizona will compete in six contests during the season-opening weekend.
The Arizona photography team chooses the top photos of the previous week for you to enjoy.
Arizona completes its first round of the Ohio State hosted tournament in Palos Verdes.
No. 14 UCLA outscores Arizona 16-2 in the opening quarter to take command of the game.
The GymCats conference competition is well underway as the team will head to Berkeley, Calif., to take on the California Golden Bears on Monday, Feb. 8. The 8 p.m. MST/7 p.m. PT meet will air live on the Pac-12 Network.
Ryan Anderson scored 22 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, Kadeem Allen hit a 3-pointer with 1:01 left as the shot clock expired and No. 23 Arizona held on for a 77-72 win over Washington on Saturday.
After an exciting Friday day one at the Armory Indoor Track facility, the Wildcats again had themselves a productive outing Saturday in New York.
No. 65 Arizona lost to No. 31 Rice on Saturday, splitting the Texas road trip, and bringing the team's record to 3-2.
Arizona swimming and diving split with ASU for its final dual meet of the season. The women claimed a dominating victory over the Devils, 208-88, winning 12 of the 16 events. Meanwhile, the men fell 132-168.