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  • Stanford and Arizona meet in all Pac-12 NCAA title game

    The Arizona Wildcats are playing in their first championship game ever after knocking off top-ranked Connecticut in the Final Four.
  • Arizona upsets UConn, advances to 1st NCAA Tournament title game

    The No. 3 seed Arizona Wildcats toppled No. 1 seed UConn 69-59 Friday night to bring the team to its first ever trip to the women’s NCAA Tournament championship game.
  • By the numbers: Arizona’s special run to face UConn in the Final Four

    In her final collegiate game, Adia Barnes and the Arizona Wildcats fell to the Uconn Huskies in the Sweet 16 back in 1998.
  • Arizona frustrated at exclusion in NCAA Final Four video

    A hype video tweeted by the NCAA on Thursday promoting the women's Final Four was notably missing something: a fourth team, the Arizona Wildcats.
  • Arizona joins UConn, mainstays in women’s NCAA Final Four

    Arizona has been playing good basketball to reach its first women's NCAA Final Four. The Wildcats now play the team that has been there more than any other.
  • Aari McDonald leads Arizona Wildcats to 1st Final Four in program history

    Aari McDonald scored 33 points in Arizona's 66-53 victory over Indiana to earn the program's first trip to the Final Four of the women's NCAA Tournament.
  • Aari McDonald propels Arizona over Texas A&M, into Elite Eight

    Aari McDonald scored 31 points to lead No. 3 Arizona to a 74-59 win over No. 2 Texas A&M on Saturday night in the Sweet 16 and send the Wildcats to the regional final for the first time in program history.
  • Fisch: Gunner Cruz in the mix to win Wildcats’ starting QB job

    The last time Gunner Cruz was playing football in Arizona, he threw for 3,598 yards, 30 touchdowns and rushed for an additional 14 scores.
  • Alabama’s Greg Byrne says he’s not a candidate for Pac-12 commissioner

    Alabama Crimson Tide athletic director Greg Byrne on Friday ended any speculation he could be a candidate to fill the Pac-12 commissioner job opening.
  • Arizona women in 1st Sweet 16 since ’98 after win over BYU

    Aari McDonald had 17 points with 11 rebounds and Arizona outlasted BYU 52-46 on Wednesday night.
  • NCAA Tournament brings refreshing excitement back to college basketball

    Dan Bickley writes on the differences between college basketball and the NBA, where he sees some innocent and wholesome energy in the NCAA Tournament.
  • Arizona women roll past Stony Brook to open NCAA Tournament

    Guard Aari McDonald scored 20 points as the Arizona Wildcats rolled past women's NCAA Tournament newcomer Stony Brook on Monday.
  • NCAA apologizes to women’s teams for weight room inequities

    NCAA basketball administrators apologized after inequities between the men's and women's tournament went viral on social media and vowed to do better.
  • Arizona extends women’s basketball coach Adia Barnes

    Arizona has extended women's basketball coach Adia Barnes' contract through the 2025-26 season. The deal must be approved by the Arizona Board of Regents.
  • Stanford tops NCAA women’s bracket, Arizona gets No. 3 seed

    The Arizona Wildcats were slotted in the Mercado Region as a No. 3 seed and will tip-off against No. 14 seed Stony Brook in the first round on Monday.
  • Positive COVID-19 tests derail Kansas, Virginia conference tourney runs

    For the second time in many days, major conferences have called off tournament games due to COVID-19 concerns — this time involving Kansas and Virginia.
  • Report: University of Arizona, Sean Miller in contract standoff

    University of Arizona president Robert Robbins said that Sean Miller remains the school’s head men’s basketball coach and is currently recruiting.
  • Reports: Arizona forward Ira Lee enters transfer portal

    Ira Lee, who had his best season in 2018-19 when he averaged 6.6 points and 4.2 rebounds rebounds per game for Arizona, has entered the transfer portal.
  • Wildcats head coach Sean Miller not worth the trouble for Arizona

    Words can get you fired in 2021. So why does Sean Miller still have a job? At age 52, he has more wiretap appearances than Final Four appearances.
  • Arizona’s Jordan Brown named Pac-12 6th Man of Year, 3 others honored

    Arizona was represented well in the Pac-12's end-of-the-year awards on Tuesday, as four Wildcats received recognition for their play this season.