The former Wildcat opened her first solo exhibit Dec. 18 at the Lionel Rombach Gallery on campus. The exhibit, titled "Seasoned," closes Thursday.
- ATV use on local state highways supported
- John Day tire store has new manager
- Grant Union track and field champion signs to WOU
- Search and rescue team keeps busy in Grant County
- Prairie City senior donates to American Legion
- Cops and Courts: Jan. 9, 2019
- Arizona's track and field athletes commence new season in Flagstaff
- Panther boys dominate Tigers in Monument
- Online roadkill permits now available for deer, elk
- County marijuana tax needs voter approval
Since he arrived at Arizona nearly a decade ago, coach Sean Miller has seen 12 players transfer out of UA, following Emmanuel Akot's early departure from the program this week.
Arizona safety Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles has been added to the roster for the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.
“It’s been fun to come out here every day and watch the progress. We’re excited about it," said coach Mike Candrea.
Allen will take the two-way slot once taken by Allonzo Trier.
Sophomore was averaging 3.8 points and 2.8 rebounds per game this season.
Normally the Boise State football team has either the momentum from a bowl win to springboard them or the frustration from a loss to motivate them during the long months before the start of th…
Mariscal impressed after moving from safety to tailback but was unlikely to crack the rotation at a deep position.
UA protected the ball during key stretch to open second half Saturday to pull away from Cal.
"We haven't arrived," says UA coach Adia Barnes about team's 78-48 loss Sunday at McKale Center. "But we're ready to be better."
UA improves to 13-4 overall, 4-0 in league with 22-point victory on road behind Jeter's career high.
PHILADELPHIA — It might sound crazy, but the Eagles enter Sunday’s divisional playoff game in New Orleans with a legitimate chance to win it.
Arizona’s fan base was so invasive on Saturday that two Wildcat fans, Ryan and Katie Gale, sat in the top of the Cal sideline student section before the game.
With Haas Pavilion only about half-full Saturday, Cal did its best to make the place seem loud and crazy.
During Cal’s “Copy Cat” contest during a timeout early in the second half, fans were asked to assume the looks of a couple of notable figures in polar opposite poses.
Rawle Alkins didn’t get a chance to visit the Bay Area at the same time as his former teammates this weekend because the Chicago Bulls kept the two-way guard on their G League roster. But mayb…
“We’re trying to build it up. It’s not just a one-season or one-game thing” — Heeke, on the potential for sustainable success and fan support for the UA women’s basketball team, after it beat …
Instead of moving to the East Bay immediately after their game at Stanford on Wednesday as they normally do, the Wildcats enjoyed another night in Palo Alto during their extended week in the Bay Area.
Arizona always has a strong contingent of locally based alumni at its Bay Area games, but Saturday’s red-clad crowd was boosted by Tucson-based UA fans, too.
Southern Utah's 12-2 run to close the game derailed the Northern Arizona women's basketball team on Saturday, with the Lumberjacks suffering a tough 82-76 overtime loss in the Walkup Skydome.
UA went over eight minutes without a field goal in the first half.
Few things showcase the decline of Pac-12 men’s basketball more than Arizona’s once-anticipated series at Stanford’s Maples Pavilion.
Arizona senior golfer Haley Moore, whose 5-foot putt won the NCAA championship for the Wildcats in May, is now going to Augusta National. Can you beat that?
Arizona (12-4, 3-0) visits Cal (5-10, 0-3) in Berkeley, in search of extending its season-long win streak to six games. Follow live from Haas Pavilion.
After Clemson freshman quarterback Trevor Lawrence impressively led the Tigers to the national championship last week, Ronald Veal, Arizona’s starting QB from 1987-90, became the hottest QB co…
The funeral service/celebration of life for long-time Catalina High School football coach and athletic director Ev Nicholson will be Feb. 2 at 3 p.m. in the clubhouse at the Randolph Golf Comp…
New Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians hired two of Kevin Sumlin’s assistants last week: offensive line coach Joe Gilbert and offensive analyst Harold Goodwin, both with strong NFL roots.…
When the Chargers play the Patriots in an NFL playoff game Sunday, it’ll have some serious Tucson blood: Chargers tight end coach Rip Scherer was Dick Tomey’s offensive coordinator in 1989 and…
Before Tim Kish was hired to be part of Mike Stoops’ first Arizona coaching staff in 2004, he had been in the business long enough to coach for Bowling Green, Purdue, Ball State, Illinois, Ind…
For more than 30 years, Dorothy “Dot” Straw was a force in Tucson golf like few others. She died last week; a celebration of her life was held Friday afternoon, and the audience was full of Tu…
Three sports observations for the week:
In the four years since Scooby Wright made 164 tackles and became a 2014 first-team All-America linebacker as the face of Arizona’s football program, he has made 24 tackles. Total.
In the first annual Augusta National Women's Amateur, 72 women's golfers from the collegiate and amateur level will compete over four days, and Arizona's Haley Moore is one of them.
McDonald's big night gives Arizona another upset win. A showdown with No. 6 Stanford is next.
The UA has as many wins over top 25 teams this year — two — as it had the last decade combined.
Arizona’s track and field athletes flexed their muscles Friday in their indoor season opener with the strongest Wildcat of them all, Jordan Geist, quickly securing the No. 1 spot on the NCAA s…
Gilbert, who worked wonders in his one season in Tucson, will reunite with Bruce Arians in Tampa.
The former UA forward won't get to catch the Wildcats in person
Trier says "I’ll probably go down as one of the best scorers ever to play at Arizona."
Oregon State quarterback Jake Luton has been granted a sixth year of eligibility, the NCAA announced Thursday.
The wideout is undersized, but his return skills will give him a chance in the pros.
Arizona now has a jewel matched by few in college swimming, the Star's columnist writes.
“Thank You For Coming” — Large banner outside of Maples Pavilion, which had thousands of good seats available.