Mike Candrea and his staff lugged a hulking cardboard box into Wednesday’s breakfast-time practice at Hillenbrand Stadium.
Mike Candrea gathered his team down the left field line moments after the Arizona Wildcats’ best win of the year Wednesday and told his players to remember what the last out felt like.
NORMAN, Okla. — Don’t be surprised to see Kenzie Fowler, the onetime Women’s College World Series star, start for the Arizona Wildcats today.
Before their 48-8 season began, the Oklahoma Sooners had a running joke: It’s time to book hotel rooms in Tucson for the super regional round of the playoffs.
When it became likely their two schools would be placed on the same side of the NCAA softball tournament bracket, Stephanie Ricketts got a text message from her sister Keilani.
In his home, Arizona Wildcats coach Mike Candrea displays a full room full of Bronx Bombers paraphernalia, a monument to Mickey Mantle and a reminder of his father’s New York roots.
Before Tuesday’s practice at Hillenbrand Stadium, Arizona Wildcats coaches strung twine over home plate, pulled taught, to create nine quadrants — a strike zone — in the bullpen.