The University of Arizona

In Memoriam: Former AD Dave Strack

UANews | January 27, 2014
During his 10 years at the UA, Dave Strack hired the first African-American head coach at a major university, oversaw the opening of McKale Memorial Center and was instrumental in Arizona’s transition from the Western Athletic Conference to the Pac-10. Strack died Saturday at the age of 90.

Determined Gymcats Take on Leadership in Final Season

UANews | January 14, 2014
Four members of the Arizona Gymcats – Ali Stakem, Jordan Williams, Barbara Donaldson and Shana Sangston – have a shared goal this season. The seniors want to get the team to nationals for the first time since 2002.

Davis Family Commits Leadership Gift for McKale Renovation

UANews | December 16, 2013
Tucsonans Cole and Jeannie Davis have committed a $6 million leadership gift to the UA to initiate the first phase of renovations to McKale Memorial Center. Contributions from the Davis family now total $10 million and have aiding in important infrastructure improvements at UA athletics facilities, aiding in the strength and competitive nature of the University's athletics programs.

Volleyball Takes on New Mexico State in NCAA Tournament

UANews | December 5, 2013
The UA volleyball team is bound for California to compete in the NCAA Tournament. It is the 25th time the team has earned a spot in the tournament since 1981.

Carey Earns Pac-12 Player of the Year Award

UANews | December 4, 2013
UA junior running back Ka'Deem Carey has been named the 2013 Pac-12 Conference Offensive Player of the Year, the first-ever Arizona player to receive the honor. Carey is Arizona's all-time career rushing leader with 4,070 yards and is currently the nation's No. 2 rusher with 156 yards per game. He also is a Doak Walker Award finalist and Heisman Trophy and All-America candidate.

All in for Arizona: Ka’Deem Carey

UANews | November 20, 2013
Wildcat Ka'Deem Carey, referred to by many as the best running back in the nation, hopes to become Arizona's first Heisman Trophy winner. The Tucson native credits a strong group of supporters, including his family, friends, teammates and support staff, for contributing to his success and keeping him grounded and humble.