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Dick Tomey memorial service set for May 31

A public memorial service for former UA football coach Dick Tomey will be held Friday, May 31, at McKale Center. Tomey, Arizona's coach from 1987-2000 and the winningest in school history, died last week at age 80.... Read more»

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Arizona soccer

Felines beat canines: Wildcats down Lobos in spring season match

The Wildcats soccer team earned a decisive win over New Mexico by a score of 4 - 1 in an 80-minute tune-up match. Sophomore Brooke Wilson earned her first hat trick for Arizona.... Read more»

UA's Burdett up for women's pro soccer draft

When the National Women's Soccer League has its draft on Thursday afternoon, among the choices for the teams will be University of Arizona and FC Tucson goalkeeper Lainey Burdett.... Read more»

Arizona sdvances: 3-0 win over Denver propels Wildcats to second round of NCAA tournament

The UA women’s soccer team will advance in the NCAA tournament after a deceptively resounding 3 - 0 win over the University of Denver Pioneers on Friday night. ... Read more»

Wildcat soccer to host opening match of NCAA tournament

The University of Arizona’s Mulcahy Stadium will be hosting a first-round match of the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament. The announcement of the location and opponent, the University of Denver, was made Monday.... Read more»

UA Wildcats

Arizona soccer makes drive up to Tempe

Arizona travels to the Valley of the Yakes for their final regular season match. In addition to the rivalry, the Wildcat soccer team is trying to ensure a spot in the postseason.... Read more»

Wildcat women maul Cougars 2 - 1

Arizona women’s soccer ended their home season on a high note with a win over Washington State, 2 - 1.... Read more»

3 - 3 draw a mixed bag for Arizona soccer

The sky cleared up just long enough to play soccer, but the 3 - 3 score line at the end of a game the Wildcats dominated for long stretches left most of the home side players disappointed.... Read more»

Wildcat soccer

Arizona, Colorado play to overtime draw

Forward Jada Talley dribbled through the Colorado defense and slipped the ball past the keeper to give the Wildcats a lead in the 12th minute, but a quick response helped end the match in a draw.... Read more»

Wildcats to face tough Colorado soccer team

Having a match on Thursday and then the following Sunday will usually give a team enough of a rest. The Cats need that time as they prepare to go toe-to-toe with a highly touted Colorado team.... Read more»

Arizona soccer downs Utes, 2 - 1

A brilliant goal by Jill Aguilera won the match for the Wildcats as the last minutes of overtime showed on the clock at Mulcahy Stadium on Thursday night. ... Read more»

Soccer notes

Arizona hosts two Pac-12 opponents

Arizona has already built one of their best records in team history as they get to play host to two Pac-12 opponents. Plus: USL changes the names on FC Tucson's league system and Mykaylin Rosenquist plays on the back line against Barcelona.... Read more»

UA’s Miller to remain coach, calls report ‘inaccurate, false & defamatory’

UA put on a proverbial full-court press Thursday, discrediting allegations made in a report about Sean Miller’s recruitment of a star player and saying it will retain the men’s basketball coach.... Read more»

UA soccer

Great Horny Toads: Wildcats score late for win over TCU

Much of the attention of Wildcat fans was focused on McKale Center on Friday night, but at Mulcahy Stadium, the women’s soccer team posted a win over Texas Christian University in the first round of the NCAA tournament.... Read more»

Questions abound about Miller, UA basketball on heels of corruption scandal

On the heels of the FBI’s three-year investigation of a college basketball corruption scandal, questions about the state of Arizona’s program and the impact it will have on coach Sean Miller remain.... Read more»

What the Devil won't tell you

Grand delusion: NCAA left college hoops open to silly scheme

The NCAA corruption scandal is stupidity, wrapped in ignorance, and uncovered by an FBI that should have better things to do. The future of Arizona basketball is threatened by the systemic denial that programs run on cash, not grades.... Read more»

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