This week, Greg Hansen dishes on Sean Miller's squad's white-knuckle grip on the top spot in the country, a local golf legend's passing, a younger local golf star becoming a legend, a barrel racing legend and more.

In Saturday’s postgame interview with CBS’s Greg Anthony, Arizona basketball coach Sean Miller tellingly said, “You can’t win a game like this…

For 23 years, Raul “Lefty” Quiroz was probably the biggest money generator for Tucson City Golf.

Two-time state girls golf champion Krystal Quihuis won her third straight Women’s City Amateur last weekend at the Randolph Golf Complex. The …

The Star’s 2012-13 high school boys basketball player of the year, Rincon/University center Asha Esprit, has chosen not to continue his basket…

One of the most impressive gatherings of Tucson baseball instructors will take place next Saturday and Sunday at Mehl Park. That’s when Oaklan…

In his first eight games with the Sacramento Kings, former UA star Derrick Williams averaged 29 minutes and 14 points a game. He had averaged …

While she has worked to recover from various injuries and return as one of college softball’s most productive players, Arizona senior Kenzie F…

Two-time Ivy League basketball all-star Christine Clark was unable to play in her unofficial “homecoming” last week at ASU. Sidelined by a spr…

Marana’s Sherry Cervi clinched her fourth pro rodeo world championship in barrel racing (she won earlier in 1995, 1999 and 2010) even before t…

It was impressive to see state-championship football coach Dennis Bene fly to New York City to help honor ex-Salpointe running back Johnny Peñ…

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson’s thunderous, left-handed dunk against New Mexico State last week drew comparisons to the most memorable dunks in UA h…

Tucson’s Maddie Pothoff, one of Arizona’s leading teenage tennis players, was sidelined with a back injury from April to July but has restored…

Salpointe Catholic High’s Cam Denson was puzzlingly not chosen last week as the Arizona Gatorade Player of the Year, even though he played bot…

After three rounds of the six-round Web.com Qualifying School, Sabino grad Nathan Tyler is 13 under par and tied for fourth. After seven years…

Even though he became Arizona’s first Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year, even though he rushed for 1,716 yards and led Arizona to a shocking…