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The UA softball takes on a team of former Wildcats in a homecoming match-up Friday at 8 p.m. at Hillenbrand Stadium. The returning players will be highlighted by former National Players of the Year Susie Parra, Jenny Dalton and Jennie Finch. Read more»

The University of Arizona softball team recovered from a slow start to beat Arizona Western 14-2 in the opening game of the Arizona Fall Classic on Friday. Read more»

Jennie Finch, Taryne Mowatt, Mackenzie Vandergeest, Chelsie Mesa and Caitlin Lowe returned to Hillenbrand Stadium as the the NPF All-Stars pitched their way to a win. Cat Osterman & Jamee Suarez combined to throw a seven-inning perfect game in the 9-0 victory over Arizona as Finch played in her final game. Read more»

The Arizona of Arizona women's softball team defeated the Yavapai College Rough Riders 9-4 in Sunday's fall exhibition season opener. Jennie Finch and Taryne Mowatt return to Hillenbrand on Monday night. Read more»

Arizona shortstop K'Lee Arredondo scores on a bases-loaded walk during the bottom of the first inning of the Wildcats' 9-0 win over Cornell in the NCAA Regional Friday night.

The UA defeated Colonial League Champions Cornell 9-0 to move to the winners' side of the bracket in the first round of the NCAA Regional Tournament. Pitchers Kenzie Fowler and Sarah Akamine were strong after returning to the circle. Read more»

Brigette Del Ponte hit a homerun in the sixth inning to help the Wildcats erase UCLA's 5-0 lead in the opening game of the series at Hillenbrand Stadium.

With the season winding down and the fourth ranked Wildcats hosting the No. 6 UCLA Bruins, Arizona pitcher Sarah Akamine was asked to take the ball for the first of three pivotal games. Read more»