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John Bannister pitched one inning during the International All-Star Game at Hi Corbett Field on Wednesday night. He was added to the roster on Friday.

Representatives of the 10 teams in the GBL faced one of the country’s premier independent baseball leagues, the Northern League, in the International All-Star Game. Read more»

Justin Upton hit two home runs in the opener of the three game series against the New York Yankees at Chase Field on Monday. He finished 3-for-3 and helped the Diamondbacks win for only the second time in the last seven games.

Arizona wasted no time jumping on New York Yankees’ starter A.J. Burnett, scoring six of their 10 runs in the 10-4 win in the first two innings. It was the first matchup of the two teams in the regular season since 2004 interleague play. Read more»

With both teams going to new conferences, the rivalry between Nebraska and Colorado will all but end, another reason the realignment carousel must end.

As athletic conferences continue to shuffle about, one thing that is going to stay the same is the Big 10 Conference. Er, the Big 12 with ten teams in it. Read more»

University of Arizona Wildcats softball team will try to win their ninth softball championship, but will have to go through a tough UCLA team and overcome a Game 1 6-5, extra inning loss to do it. Read more»

Kyle Simon has helped Arizona compile a 21-7 record against non-Pac-10 opponents over the season. He leads the team with eight wins.

The Wildcats will be the third seed for the Fort Worth, Texas regional and one of eight Pac-10 teams to be represented in the College World Series. Read more»

UA's pitchers Sarah Akamine (left) and Kenzie Fowler had no answer for the Vols lineup in the first game of the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City. Fowler pitched three innings giving up seven runs – four earned – before Akamine took over. The Cats lost 9-0 and tied a WCWS record by allowing nine walks.

The Tennessee Volunteers beat the Arizona Wildcats 9-0 in five innings in the Women's College World Series on Thursday night. Freshman pitcher Kenzie Fowler was chased out of the circle in just three innings of work. Read more»

The Cats open up play in the Women's College World Series against Tennessee. UA faced the Vols in 2007. Both teams have a five game win streak on the line.

The Wildcats (48-11) are making their 22nd trip to Oklahoma City and will begin the tournament against a familiar opponent, Tennessee, Thursday at 4 p.m. on ESPN2. Read more»

Brigham Young University will play in the softball program's first-ever NCAA Super Regional starting on Friday against No. 10 Arizona. Read more»

UA catcher Jett Bandy is one of 16 on the semifinal list for the 2010 Johnny Bench Award.

UA catcher Jett Bandy has been named one of the 16 finalists for the 2010 Johnny Bench Award, the Greater Wichita Area Sports Commission announced today. Read more»

The Wildcats hope to have Sarah Akamine (left) and Kenize Fowler back in time for the NCAA Softball Regional. Fowler left last Friday's game with a swelling in her hand. A day later, Akamine injured her knee against UCLA. The Wildcats will host Cornell on Friday.

The Wildcats were selected by the NCAA to host the Softball Championships Regional, running Friday-Sunday. The regional will include three other teams from across the country. Read more»

Kenzie Fowler has become a force for the University of Arizona Wildcats softball team. She was named as one of only three freshman for the Player of the Year award.

Fowler was named as one of the ten finalists for the 2010 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year on Wednesday. She is one of only three freshmen on the list. The winner will be announced on June 1 at the opening of the Women’s College World Series. Read more»

With Arizona State coming to Kindall Field/Sancet Stadium this weekend, the 22nd ranked Arizona Wildcats have picked the wrong time to sputter. After Saturday’s win, head coach Andy Lopez is stuck on 999 wins and will try to get his 1,000th this weekend against ASU. Read more»

Kurt Heyer (6-1, 2.22 ERA) is on of 25 contending for the College Baseball Foundation 2010 Pitcher of the Year Award.

Arizona’s baseball team received notice this week that another player is in the running for a national award. Freshman Kurt Heyer is one of the 25 quarterfinalists for the College Baseball Foundation 2010 Pitcher of the Year Award. Read more»

Kenzie Fowler, a freshman, has picked up 27 wins this season for the third-ranked Wildcats. Her perfect game, eighth in the history of UA softball, also was her fourth no-hitter of the season.

Kenzie Fowler continued her brilliant pitching on Saturday, sitting down all 15 batter she faced. Read more»

Mitchell was selected in third round of the NFL Draft by the Houston Texans. He was one of only two Wildcats picked in the draft.

Former Arizona defensive tackle Earl Mitchell was selected in the third round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Houston Texans. The Houston native is excited about the chance to have family and friends watch him play. Read more»

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