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Aari McDonald named Pac-12 Player of the Year

Arizona Wildcats postpone game with Washington

Cardinals’ playoffs hopes gone after loss to LA Rams

Phoenix Suns Arena won’t allow fans during start of 2020-2021 season

NFL confirms Larry Fitzgerald tests positive for COVID-19

Wildcats suffer ninth straight loss

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Arizona Athletics sets record in graduate success rate

UArizona football player suspended for violating safety protocols

Aari McDonald wins the Ann Meyers Drysdale Award

WBCA tabs Aari McDonald as an all-American

Aari McDonald named an AP Second-Team All-American

Cal Upsets No. 13 Arizona 55-54

Salpointe boys basketball upsets top seed Peoria for state championship

The Lancers won their 11th game in a row and a state championship.

Tucson runner secures a spot on USA Olympic marathon team

This will be his fifth Olympic games.

Sahuaro High School girls basketball falls to Seton Prep in state final

Seton claimed its 11th state title in its 70-40 win.

Arizona women’s basketball beats No. 4 Stanford

The win is the teams first top-five victory in program history.

Arizona lawmakers hear bill to limit transgender students who play sports

Arizona women’s team wins in OT against OSU

Devonaire Doutrive suspended for ‘violation of team rules’

  Pima goalie reflects on service in Swiss Army

Report: Ex-Wildcat Jason Gardner arrested in Indiana

  CDO’s Stepter wins Pan-Am Games gold medal

  NASCAR: A sizzling night for Schilling

Brandon Schilling pulled the #11 Outlaw Late Model from deep inside John Lashley's garage to get his first two wins of the season.

Boxing legend Pernell ‘Sweet Pea’ Whitaker killed in Virginia Beach crash

Police say Pernell "Sweet Pea" Whitaker, 55, died at the scene.

Kurt Busch outduels little brother to win at Kentucky

Kurt Busch outduels Kyle Busch to win overtime at Kentucky Speedway

US wins 4th World Cup title, 2nd in a row, beats Dutch 2-0

The United States won its record fourth Women’s World Cup title and second in a row, beating the Netherlands 2-0 Sunday night when Megan Rapinoe converted a penalty kick in the second half and Rose Lavelle added a goal.

Wildcat football great Tedy Bruschi suffers stroke

This is Bruschi’s second stroke.

Welcome to Victory Lane, Alex Bowman

Tucson's Alex Bowman led for 88 laps in winning his 1st NASCAR Cup series race.

  O’Keefe wins PWBA’s Tucson Open

Shannon O'Keefe beat Maria Jose Rodriguez 259-195 to win the Professional Women's Bowling Association's Tucson Open

  O’Keefe sets the pace at Tucson Open

Shannon O'Keefe averaged a score of 224.56 in her 16 opening rounds to grab the lead at the PWBA's Tucson Open

  Tucson’s Alday looks to get back on winning MMA track

Josa Alday is back in the Octagon after losing in March to Gustavo Lopez.

  Cote headlines bowling field

Tucson's Bryanna Cote will try and win her second tournament on the PWBA Tour and in her hometown no less.

  Two Tucson men play in World Team Cup for wheelchair tennis

Because the team placed 8th, they automatically qualify for the competition in 2020.

  U of A Wildcat now a Detroit Lion

He was the 229th pick in the NFL Draft and is headed to the Detroit Lions.

  UA equestrian rider heading to Nationals

Arizona Parker will compete in English and Western disciplines.

Leonard scores 34, Raptors top Magic 107-85 for 3-1 lead

Kawai Leonard and Toronto get a huge road win over Orlando to put the Magic on the brink of elimination.

Ole Miss basketball players kneel during national anthem as tensions in Oxford rise

The kneeling came in response to a Confederate rally at the campus, which had taken place the same day

Sumlin Names DeMarco Murray to Coaching Staff

Murray joins the collegiate coaching ranks following a seven-year professional career.

  A League of Her Own: breaking glass ceilings with a baseball

Anna Meyer, 90, reflects on her life as a female baseball player

Arizona breaks the Bruins

Tate runs all over UCLA in 17-point win.

Uniforms to honor U.S.S. Arizona

Arizona honors the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor.