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Ware's walk-off single caps Pima baseball comeback win

The Pima Community College baseball team played a single game on Sunday against No. 6-ranked in Division II Western Oklahoma State College, winning 6-5.... Read more»

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South Africa guards against terrorism at World Cup

When the issue of security during the upcoming World Cup is raised, it is usually in reference to South Africa's high crime rate. But there has been surprisingly little discussion about the threat of terrorist attacks.... Read more»

Phoenix Coyotes hockey

Coyotes cool off red-hot Red Wings

The Phoenix Coyotes scored three power play goals in a 3-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings in the opening game of the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs Wednesday. Phoenix hasn't been to the playoffs since the 2002 season.... Read more»

UA Wildcats baseball

UA catcher on watch list for Johnny Bench Award

UA catcher Jett Bandy was named on the watch list of the 2010 Coleman Company-Johnny Bench Award. He helped propel Arizona into the national rankings during its 15-game win streak earlier this season.... Read more»

Tucsonans give $2.65 million to UA athletics

Tucsonans Cole and Jeannie Davis will give the University of Arizona men's basketball program a $2.65 million dollar gift to help pay for the renovation of the locker rooms at McKale Center and build a strength center at Richard Jefferson Gymnasium.... Read more»

UA Wildcats football

Spring in step of Wildcat football

The University of Arizona's spring game gave fans plenty to look forward to when the season starts in September. The team still has some work to do, but overall the Wildcats were looking good.... Read more»

City of Boxing showcases local fighters

Boxing returns to Tucson after a nearly three year hiatus. City of Boxing will showcase local fighters at TCC on Saturday night.... Read more»

Arizona Diamondbacks baseball

Diamondbacks have cheapest tickets for 4th year in a row

For the fourth straight season the Arizona Diamondbacks have the lowest average ticket prices in baseball.... Read more»

Tiger Woods: King of the recovery shot

Tiger Woods’ golf game has so many virtues that it is difficult to single one out. But if fans were forced to choose their favorite, I have no doubt it would be Tiger’s uncanny ability to hit recovery shots.... Read more»


A sports rivalry bigger than Red Sox vs. Yankees?

Red Sox and Yankees fans have nothing on the supporters of CSKA and Levski, Bulgaria's most popular soccer teams. For while Bostonians and New Yorkers lay claim to the longest-running rivalry in American pro sports, CSKA and Levski fans enjoy what they call "the everlasting derby," a bitter struggle that mixes politics and history.... Read more»

Ultimate Fighting Championship

Ontario a mecca for mixed martial arts, despite ban

If you believe Dana White, the charismatic president of Ultimate Fighting Championship, the urge to reduce someone to a bloody pulp dates back to the beginning of human time.... Read more»

Roller Derby women unleash fierce side

Women with names like Helen Wheels and Nokka Ho Down wear helmets, knee pads and elbow pads as they glide on old-school four-wheelers to try to out-skate and out-muscle one another around the makeshift track.... Read more»

Major League Baseball

Spring training's final windup is next week

After years of negotiations, local official were unable to convince three teams to stay here for spring training. The White Sox left in 2008, and the Diamondbacks and Rockies will leave after this year.... Read more»1

Figure skating

Stars take the money and don't skate

Instead of returning to the rink to train in pursuit of one last medal, Evan Lysacek has been on a whirlwind tour of talk shows and A-list celebrity parties. And rather than skating in Italy, last night he was "dancing with the stars." His approach: Take the money and don't skate.... Read more»

Georgia, Russia take fight to rugby field

Georgian Rugby Union President George Nijaradze said it's always a tough game between the teams despite friendly relations between the players because they are citizens of two rival countries.... Read more»

Arizona Wildcats athletics

Arizona hires Miss. State's Byrne as athletic director

Arizona has hired a new athletic director - Mississippi State's Greg Byrne.... Read more»1

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