Since the Wildcats decided to have more fun and relax on the softball field, they have gone a combined 4-2 against No. 5 Arizona State and No. 13 Stanford. UA faces Baylor today.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - There are easy explanations for how the Arizona Wildcats, one of the great programs in softball history, wound up as the third-best team in a regional in the middle of muggy Brazos County: the late transfer of an All-American, a lack of pitching, an injury to star Ke…
The visiting Arizona Wildcats used a ninth-inning homer from Chelsea Goodacre and solid outings from pitchers Nancy Bowling and Estela Piñon on Saturday to win the regular-season finale and the series from No. 13 Stanford.
Their 27th consecutive NCAA tournament appearance all but guaranteed, the Arizona Wildcats nonetheless figure to find themselves in foreign territory when seeds are announced Sunday at 7 p.m.
Chelsea Goodacre swears she called the Arizona Wildcats' most impressive comeback in years Friday night.
Brigette Del Ponte (4) and the Wildcats celebrate Hallie Wilson's bases-loaded single to right with two outs in the bottom of the seventh against ASU.
When the Arizona Wildcats moved their Friday home game up to tonight, hoping to dodge rain, Chelsea Goodacre texted her parents.
UA's Chelsea Goodacre went 10 for 13 last weekend to move from seventh to second on the team in batting average.
The Arizona Wildcats will have a new starter everywhere but pitcher when they take the field for the first time today.
Chelsea Goodacre called the Arizona Wildcats' biggest win of the season - literally.
The Arizona Wildcats made their first conference win of the season an easy one - beating Stanford 9-1 in five innings - to set up an unusually meaningful game at noon today at Hillenbrand Stadium.
Mike Candrea spent Tuesday night at home, trying to find a way to watch his Arizona Wildcats beat San Diego State 8-0 in five innings on the Internet.
Teammates gather at home plate to congratulate Brigette Del Ponte after she hit her second homer of the night. She drove in five runs.
Assistant coach Larry Ray and players Nicole Bryan, left, and Shelby Babcock leave Mike Candrea's space vacant during the national anthem.