For Star subscribers: Arizona rose from the ashes in 1992 with three of the most unlikely tennis standouts in league history.
For Star subscribers: Our longtime columnist checks in updates on Dalen Terry's NBA chances, Arizona's radio presence, Kenzie Fowler Quinn's career and college football's future.
For Star subscribers: The Badgers won the 1958 state championship by 42 strokes, a state record that lasted until 1997. They won 56 consecutive matches from 1957-60.
For Star subscribers: As an underdog in ’92, Pima College beat the odds until the final game of the NJCAA season.
For Star subscribers: Frank Borman, Karl Eller and Larry McQuade were successful in their post-football days after helping the Tucson High football team dominate.
For Star subscribers: On April 28, 2004, coach John Condes and the Lancers chopped down Brophy, 5-2. Hard to believe, but it was the school’s first boys tennis championship since 1972.
For Star subscribers: The Pac-10 of the mid-'80s bowed to no conference as a distance-running league.
For Star subscribers: The Caballeros captured a state title in 1999 in Class 4A, then moved up to 5A the next year and won it all again.
For Star subscribers: At Rincon, Lee Carey delivered the way he had as a boyhood legend at Tucson High.
For Star subscribers: Our longtime columnist on the pluses and minuses of the Pac-12 baseball tournament, news on the upcoming Lute Olson documentary, and his thoughts on 8 p.m. kickoffs this fall:
For Star subscribers: At the time of her final appearance in an Arizona uniform — at the 1992 NCAA championships — Annika Sorenstam was the top-ranked women’s college golfer in America.
For Star subscribers: The Tucson Cowboys of ’53 hold a place in Tucson sports history as one of the city’s five minor-league champions.
For Star subscribers: Who's No. 1? Greg Hansen will name the top 100 teams in Tucson history, one at a time, starting on Saturday.
For Star subscribers: Our longtime columnist checks with an update on the Wildcats' next ace, a look at who's headed to the Pima County Sports Hall of Fame, and why Salpointe's 2021-22 athletic year ranks among the best in Tucson history:
For Star subscribers: If there were a Hall of Fame for NCAA team physicians, Dr. Don Porter would be a first-ballot selection.
For Star subscribers: Mi Meh is one of three finalists for the AIA’s Girls Scholar-Athlete of the Year award. As you might imagine, the competition is stiff.
For Star subscribers: Our longtime columnist checks in with his favorite Twitter follow, a look at Chase Silseth's place in history and why Monday's Class 4A state title game reminds him of an unforgettable night.
The Star's longtime columnist Greg Hansen checks in with college football's recent surge in Name, Image and Likeness deals and how Arizona football must navigate it. Plus notes on Sam Thomas making the Phoenix Mercury roster.
For Star subscribers: Our longtime columnist on why Name, Image and Likeness could prove to be a nightmare on Enke Drive, why a Salpointe football player could be the next big thing, and how Jay Wright's departure could be the start of a trend.
For Star subscribers: The game has changed. The world of college baseball, long ruled by West Coast powers, is now dominated by the finances-blessed SEC.
For Star subscribers: "We didn’t get any publicity and we didn’t have any money, but I loved every minute of it."
For Star subscribers: Our longtime columnist weighs in on Christian Koloko's draft decision, Adia Barnes' roster turnover, Dan Hicks' hall of fame induction and what name image and likeness deals mean for cheating.
For Star subscribers: Almost every college and every sport in America benefited from Robinson’s courageous and dignified career.
For Star subscribers: Jedd Fisch’s insistence on funding and developing a recruiting/relations staff twice as large as any in school history is making a difference.
The Star's longtime columnist checks in with notes about the Mets' unlikely Opening Day starter (and his Tucson connection), the Wildcats' chances of winning the Pac-12 in tennis, and the most important hire the UA has made in a while: