The University of Arizona

It's Cats vs. Dogs in Arizona's First Pac-12 Football Game of the Season

UANews | September 26, 2013
The Arizona Wildcats will take on the Washington Huskies in Seattle on Saturday in Arizona's first Pac-12 game of the season. For the second-consecutive year, Coach Rich Rodriguez's Wildcats sit at 3-0 to open the Pac-12 season. Saturday's game is the first of nine conference games for the Wildcats, who are returning to the field after a bye week last week. The nationally televised game will kick off at 4 p.m. (PDT).

Wildcats to Take on Roadrunners

UANews | September 12, 2013
In the third football game of the season, the Arizona Wildcats will take on the up-and-coming University of Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners. The game will be held at Arizona Stadium on Saturday. The Wildcats return home with a crack at an undefeated run through their non-conference slate.

'Flip Throw' a Dangerous Weapon on the Soccer Field

UANews | September 12, 2013
At age 8, Jaden DeGracie was focused on gymnastics until her coach found a way for her to incorporate her skills into the sport of soccer by way of a flip throw-in. Now a freshman on the UA soccer team, DeGracie is one of three team members to master the move, which combines expert ball handling with a front handspring.

National Organization Recognizes Trio of Wildcat Football Players

UANews | September 9, 2013
The College Football Performance Awards, a national organization, recognized Wildcats Ka'Deem Carey, Tra'Mayne Bondurant and Jake Fischer. For their performance, the three Arizona football players received honorable mentions.

Game One: Wildcats vs. Lumberjacks

UANews | August 28, 2013
Football season kicks off Friday, when the Wildcats take on the Lumberjacks at Arizona Stadium. Arizona will be looking for its 11th straight win against Northern Arizona University. The new season brings several significant changes for Arizona Football, including a renovated stadium with new turf.

Kicking Cancer: Lexe Selman's Journey

UANews | August 16, 2013
In her last year of high school, Lexe Selman was a top-100 soccer recruit. Then she became ill and was eventually diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. Even though doctors said Selman had "very little chance" of surviving, she is now a UA student preparing for her first game as a Wildcat.