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UA Encourages Wildcat Fans to Celebrate Safely and Bear Down With Pride

UANews | March 24, 2014
An awareness campaign launched by the UA and TPD encourages smart, safe and fun celebrations during the NCAA tournament.

Twice Torn Apart: A UA Alumna's Road to the Paralympic Games

UANews | March 17, 2014
At age 17, Alana Nichols was paralyzed in a snowboarding accident, but it didn't stop her from pursuing her passion for athletics. The UA alumna recently won a silver medal at the Paralympics in Sochi, Russia. Nichols says her time at the UA helped her get where she is today. "I found my potential, and it has really motivated me."

Kalil Commits $1M to McKale Center Renovations

UANews | March 13, 2014
George Kalil, a longtime supporter of Arizona men's basketball, has committed a $1 million gift toward the renovations of McKale Memorial Center. Kalil’s commitment is an important contribution to an ongoing fundraising effort to support improvements to the building.

Arizona Cleans Up Pac-12 Postseason Awards

UANews | March 10, 2014
Arizona came away from the Pac-12 postseason awards with Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year and John Wooden Coach of the Year honors, marking the first time in program history that Arizona has won all three in the same season. With a total of 10 honors, the awards count for the Wildcats is more than double the next highest number in the conference.

What You Need to Know About Sand Volleyball

UANews | February 27, 2014
Sand volleyball is the newest addition to both the UA and NCAA lineups. The Arizona team kicks off the season with the Arizona Invitational on March 7. Catch the action at the brand-new Arizona Sand Volleyball Courts, located at Jimenez Field.

UA Tennis Captain Thompson Looks to Leave a Lasting Impression

UANews | February 12, 2014
UA senior and men's tennis captain Kieren Thompson is looking to get the squad as deep in the NCAA tournament as possible this season. The Australia native says he was drawn to Arizona because of its energetic tennis team, and because of the reputation of the Eller College of Management.