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  • Wildcats make NCAA tournament as No. 6 seed in West Region

    After an impressive 25-7 regular season — including a 14-0 start — the UA Wildcats were selected as the No. 6 seed in the West region of the NCAA tournament Sunday. The Wildcats will face No. 11-seeded Belmont (26-6) in Salt Lake City Thursday. If UA wins against the Bruins they will play the winner […]
  • Cat Tracks: UA blows late lead to UCLA, falls in Pac-12 tournament semifinals

    With 9:57 to go in the second half, the UA Wildcats were up by 11 and on the verge of making a third straight trip to the Pac-12 tournament final. But paced by freshman Jordan Adams’ 17 points down the stretch, UCLA managed to squeak out a stunning 66-64 victory. The Good: In two earlier […]
  • Cat Tracks: Wildcats hang on to beat Buffaloes, advance in Pac-12 Tournament

    A balanced offensive effort and timely shots allowed the Arizona Wildcats to hang on and beat the Colorado Buffaloes 79-69 Thursday in the second round of the Pac-12 Tournament in Las Vegas. The Good: The Wildcats fell behind 2-0 28 seconds into the game, but a short Kaleb Tarczewski jump shot and a layup by […]
  • Pair of Wildcats earn Pac-12 honors

    A couple of Arizona Wildcats seniors were honored by the Pac-12 Monday, as forward Solomon Hill and guard Mark Lyons were each named to the conference’s first-team. Hill’s season earned the forward his second-straight all-Pac-12 first-team award. The 6-foot-7 senior Wildcat averaged 13.6 points, 5.2 rebounds and 1.3 steals per game. His 48 three-point field […]
  • Cat Tracks: Wildcats secure fourth seed in Pac-12 tournament with win over ASU

    Sure, you could read the box score and know who won, but we all know that won’t tell you everything that happened in a basketball game. So, we give you ‘Cat Tracks’, providing you with the analysis, quotes and notes from Arizona’s 73-58 win over ASU on March 9. The Good: The Wildcats locked down […]
  • Former Arizona quarterback Scott impresses at Pro Day

    Quarterback Matt Scott took another step toward being drafted Thursday afternoon after throwing at Arizona’s Pro Day in front of around 25 NFL scouts. While the Wildcats’ signal caller is projected to be a mid-to-late round pick, he continued to impress after a great performance at the NFL combine. And, this time he did it […]
  • Report: Cardinals saw impressive performance from Arizona QB Matt Scott

    Could the Arizona Cardinals’ next quarterback have played college ball in their own backyard? According to Tony Pauline, who is a draft analyst and publisher of Draftinsider.net, the team was in Tucson Thursday for the University of Arizona’s pro day and saw an excellent performance from QB Matt Scott. Matt Scott/QB/Arizona blowing up his pro-day […]
  • Wildcats fans would be smart not to give up on Mark Lyons

    Mark Lyons is not the point guard Arizona wants. But he is the point guard Arizona needs. As the senior heads into his final game at the McKale Center, he does so as one of the most polarizing players in school history. When he was hitting the game-winner over Florida in December he was a […]
  • Arizona Wildcats to open football season on August 30

    Arizona’s football season will kick off a day sooner than originally planned, as it was announced Wednesday the season opener against Northern Arizona University was moved to Friday, August 30. The game was originally scheduled to be played on August 31. Game time will be either 7:00 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. Follow @AZSports
  • Arizona’s first football practice much better than last year’s

    Arizona football opened spring practice Saturday with some missed assignments, some slipping on the dewy morning grass, and lots of yelling. But, in head coach Rich Rodriguez’s second spring season, the results were a lot better Saturday morning than a year ago. “I liked the enthusiasm,” Rodriguez said. “The guys were anxious to get out […]
  • Looking ahead as Arizona basketball closes out regular season

    LOS ANGELES — Two years ago, then-ranked No. 10 Arizona Wildcats were swept on their Southern California road trip. We all know what happened next. Led by Derrick Williams, the Wildcats won their last two games, went to the Pac-12 championship game (and lost) and went on an unprecedented run to the Elite Eight. The […]
  • Cat Tracks: Slow-starting Wildcats fall at UCLA

    Sure, you could read the box score and know who won, but we all know that won’t tell you everything that happened in a basketball game. So, we give you ‘Cat Tracks’, providing you with the analysis, quotes and notes from Arizona’s 74-69 loss at UCLA on March 2. The Good: UCLA freshman Jordan Adams […]
  • Cat Tracks: No. 11 UA upended on the road by USC

    Sure, you could read the box score and know who won, but we all know that won’t tell you everything that happened in a basketball game. So, we give you ‘Cat Tracks’, providing you with the analysis, quotes and notes from Arizona’s 89-78 loss at Southern California on February 27. The Good: On a night […]
  • Wildcats will try to sort out QB position during camp

    It’s rare the Arizona Wildcats football team has had consistently good quarterback play, but the past five seasons saw them get just that. Whether it was Willie Tuitama, Nick Foles or Matt Scott under center, the Cats generally had little trouble generating yards and points via the air. However, none of those three will be […]
  • UA coach Rodriguez comments on Ka’Deem Carey

    Ka’Deem Carey had one of the best seasons in University of Arizona football history. He’s also had one of the worst offseasons anyone can remember. Not long after rushing for a school-record 1,929 yards and 23 touchdowns, Carey faced charges for misdemeanor assault and disorderly conduct due to an incident with a pregnant ex-girlfriend, and […]
  • ESPN Insider: UA not a good bet to reach Final Four

    The Arizona Wildcats’ basketball team (23-4), ranked No. 11 in both the AP Top 25 and USA Today Coaches Polls, look like a contender to reach their first Final Four since 2001. Though, ESPN.com’s John Gasaway seems to think otherwise. Over the course of seven seasons, Gasaway has gathered statistical data of every team that […]
  • Basketball recruit Jackson-Cartwright can ‘steady the ship’ for Arizona

    Arizona doesn’t really have a “true” point guard on its roster this season, as senior Mark Lyons is more of a combo guard. But in receiving a verbal commitment from four-star point guard Parker Jackson-Cartwright on Sunday, head coach Sean Miller is making sure the Wildcats are set at the one for the foreseeable future. […]
  • Bearing Down with Adam and Jarrett – Washington sweep followed by big road trip

    The Wildcats finally looked good in a home sweep of the Washington schools, but does it mean the season has turned around? We’ll find out when the team visits Los Angeles. Adam Green and Jarrett Carlen talk about the weekend that was along with the weekend that will be in this week’s edition of ‘Bearing […]
  • Wildcats move up to 11th in AP and Coaches Polls

    After a few straight weeks of sliding backwards, the Arizona Wildcats finally moved up a little in the rankings. The Wildcats, following a home sweep of the Washington schools, moved up to 11th in both the AP and Coaches Polls. Arizona knocked off Washington by a score of 70-52 and beat Washington State 73-56. The […]
  • Wildcats land ESPN top 30 prospect for 2014

    The University of Arizona received a verbal commitment from a 2014 ESPN 60 recruit on Sunday. Loyola High School point guard Parker Jackson-Cartwright verballed to the Wildcats after a weekend visit to Tucson. UA’s No. 1 target at point guard told ESPN’s recruiting nation that UA coach Sean Miller played a huge role in his […]