Arizona was dominant on the first day of the Balloon Fiesta Invitational Tournament at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM., as all four of the competing Cats claimed victories in singles play and the one doubles tandem advanced to the next round.
The Arizona baseball team officially began the 2015 fall campaign, as the Wildcats participated in their first team practice under new head coach Jay Johnson at Hi Corbett Field on Friday. Coach Johnson, sophomore first baseman JJ Matijevic, and junior third baseman/pitcher Bobby Dalbec spoke with the media prior to practice.
Ten days after her 3,000th career assist, Penina Snuka picked up her 1,000th dig for the Wildcats, as she posted 16 of Arizona's 89 in the contest, helping lead the Wildcats to a hard-fought five-set victory over Washington State (25-18, 18-25, 25-23, 16-25, 15-13).
Get to know a little more about this week's featured GymCat, Charle Dembo.
The UCLA Bruins (6-6) were on their game on Friday, Oct. 9 as they defeated the 15th-ranked Arizona Wildcats (8-3-1) by a score of 5-1.
The University of Arizona men's and women's cross country teams competed in the U of A Cross Country Twilight today, and both teams finished in first place.
Arizona continues its fall campaign this weekend, as it will send four players to compete in the Balloon Fiesta Invitational Tournament in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The tournament will be hosted by the University of New Mexico and will run Friday through Sunday, with match play beginning at 9 am MST each day.
Wildcats will take on 15 ranked opponents during the spring
It was a great day for the Arizona men's tennis program, as No. 37 Naoki Takeda earned a dominating 6-3-, 7-5 straight set victory over Drake's No. 40 Ben Lott in the opening round of the ITA Men's All-American Championships on Thursday.
The Wildcats travel to Los Angeles to face UCLA on Friday and USC on Sunday
The University of Arizona men's and women's cross country teams are set to host their second and final meet of the season at the University of Arizona Cross Country Twilight at Quincie Douglas Park
Despite a decisive first-set victory, No. 14 Arizona volleyball fell in four sets to the sixth-ranked Washington Huskies (25-17, 22-25, 25-27, 17-25) on Wednesday evening at the Alaska Airlines Arena).