Pima boasts big-name freshmen, but second-year players need to carry load.
UA will open soccer, volleyball, cross country and golf seasons soon.
Pima sports year is about to begin.
Cam Denson can’t believe it’s already been a year.
Jarrett Mitchell walks past Arizona Stadium almost daily.
Wildcats need to fill several glaring holes after key departures.
Former UA coach in town for charity luncheon
Former UA head coach will speak at Pima College at 3 p.m. today.
Drew Doxtator enrolled at Pima after commitment to Trojans fell apart.
Monaco hopes to hold game in Sahuarita starting in 2015.
First-year coach in charge following Nugent's departure.
Bobcat TV teams with Tucson Speedway to air local auto races.
"Baseball is my life," says legend of Tucson's Mexican Wooden League.
Chad Berman inherits team from Sean Hogan, who left for Ohio.
Former Wildcats has participated in three Olympics.
Chad Berman coached defensemen and was a recruiter at Robert Morris.
UA pitcher Michelle Floyd called games last week.
Roth captured 3,000-meter steeplechase in Eugene, Oregon, on July 6.
13,000-square foot facility opening in fall.
Ray Smith, nursing a knee injury, said Cats coaches see something special.
It doesn’t take a Google search to find out how rare it is.
Wildcats add Las Vegas standout Ray Smith to 2015 recruiting haul.
Brian France buried two time capsules in cement at the Tucson Speedway track 22 years ago.
Niya Butts sat on a folding chair outside of McKale Center last week when she had a jug of icy water dumped on her. She jumped up and screamed a little bit.
It had been a while since somebody scored on FC Tucson.
So far, Rich Rodriguez’s 2015 recruiting haul is downright offensive.
Niya Butts and the UA women’s basketball team are making a splash this summer, and she’s challenging the rest of the Pac-12 — and the country — to do the same.
Last time, Peter Biava was your typical “fish out of water” on a trip to England with his wife and daughter.
Thrower Julie Labonte had a successful career at the University of Arizona.
Just before the second-to-last turn, Oregon’s Edward Cheserek burst to the front of the line, narrowly ahead of Lawi Lalang.
Tommy Amparano’s initial plan for the 2014 World Cup didn’t exactly work out.
Alexis Dotson feels like she started out slow.
For Fred Harvey, recruiting starts with friendship. Fortunately, he has a whole lot of friends.
“It’s a bittersweet feeling.” “It hasn’t hit me yet.”
It’s the junior college new year.
Brianna Rodriguez knows her limitations.
Richard DeBernardis has spent the last year looking for a title sponsor for El Tour de Tucson.
Pima College’s athletics calendar closed out this month with a pair of of playoff losses.
When the calendar hits June 15, the UA track and field season will be officially over.
Autumn Champion’s first day of classes went from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The next day, she had to read 12 chapters. For the next 15 months, she’ll be going to class, working nonstop.
Ethan Rosebeck’s career at Pima College was, really, just a numbers game.
UA assistant Damon Stoudamire has been mentioned as a candidate for Oregon State’s coaching vacancy ever since the Beavers fired Craig Robinson on May 5.
Fred Harvey is happy with a head start.
UA assistant Damon Stoudamire has been mentioned as a candidate for Oregon State's head coaching vacancy ever since the Beavers fired Craig Robinson on May 5.
Pima softball’s season came to a close Saturday in the conference playoffs, with the Aztecs falling to Arizona Western in the first game of the championship series.
Coming into the third inning against Stanford, Arizona pitcher Tyger Talley had retired six straight batters. On the back end of it, he retired 14 of 15.
If Friday night was the antithesis of Arizona’s season — winning a close game, in extra innings, in a game the Wildcats were outhit — then Saturday night at Hi Corbett Field was, well, the thesis.
Arms crossed, James Farris stood in front of Arizona’s dugout at Hi Corbett Field on Friday night.
It’s been a roller-coaster ride for Pima College softball this season.
As Ronni Lewis walked off the sand for the last time this season on Saturday, a passerby mentioned a yellow card she received in her final match, against Boise State.