Right now Arizona is on a path it certainly doesn’t want to be on.
By the end of LaBrittney Jones' junior year at Cedar Hill (Texas) High School, it was clear how important she was to her basketball team.
Arizona guard Candice Warthen (1) returns after missing last season with a knee injury. The Pac-12 granted the junior a medical redshirt.
Niya Butts likes her card-dealing metaphors.
Besides being a golfer, Michael Thompson was an Eagle Scout and played soccer at Rincon/University High School. "We lost in the state playoffs and it was brutal. It still stings," said Thompson, 27, whose mom, Beth, teaches high school English at Sabino.
Before Michael Thompson won the Honda Classic last weekend, earning $1.08 million, he planned to spend this weekend in Tampa, visiting his wife's brother.
SEATTLE - In her final game with the Arizona Wildcats, senior Davellyn Whyte led the team with 23 points, eight rebounds and six assists, but Arizona lost to Utah on Thursday in the first round of the Pac-12 tournament.
In her final home contest, Arizona guard Davellyn Whyte displayed all the talents that helped her start more games and log more minutes than any player in the program's history.
The Arizona Wildcats women's basketball team will complete the regular season and try to end a three-game losing streak today against No. 17 UCLA at McKale Center at 1 p.m.
Arizona guard Carissa Crutchfield, right, slams into USC's Alexyz Vaioletama in the first half. Crutchfield had 13 points and seven rebounds for the Cats, who have dropped 11 of 12 games.
The Arizona Wildcats have a new slump to contend with, and USC's streak of futility is gone.
There was a point on Tuesday night when Arizona senior Davellyn Whyte decided to completely take over against archrival Arizona State.
UA senior guard Davellyn Whyte, driving on Utah's Taryn Wicijowski in the Wildcats' 61-52 win Sunday at McKale Center, is 1-6 in her career against rival ASU.
As a Phoenix native and the state of Arizona's best high school player in 2009, Davellyn Whyte could have been an Arizona State Sun Devil.
It's been one day short of a month since the Arizona Wildcats last won a basketball game.
It took Davellyn Whyte 9 minutes 20 seconds before she even attempted her first shot against Colorado, a missed three-point attempt.
The Arizona women's basketball team pushed its winless streak to five games on Sunday afternoon with a 60-50 loss to Washington State at McKale Center.
Arizona's Layana White goes for a layup despite the outstretched arm of Washington State's Lia Galdeira.
The Arizona Wildcats will try to snap a four-game conference losing streak today, when they take on Washington State at McKale Center. Tip-off is scheduled for 2 p.m.