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Four University of Arizona student-athletes were named to the Pac-12 All-Academic first and second teams, with three others earning honorable mention recognition.
Construction of the Cole and Jeannie Davis Sports Center, a climate-controlled multipurpose facility being built on the former site of Kindall-Sancet Stadium, is expected to be completed in January.
President Robert C. Robbins and Director of Athletics Dave Heeke issue a joint statement concerning the head coach for men's basketball.
Associate head coach Lorenzo Romar will coach the Wildcats in place of Miller for Saturday night's basketball game in Eugene, Oregon.
The overall cumulative GPA for nearly 500 Wildcat student-athletes exceeded 3.0 in the fall, representing the best mark in school history.
Rob Gronkowski and Nick Foles may be the headliners, but they aren't the only former Arizona football players who have a stake in Sunday's big game between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles. With Arizona Athletics highlights video.
The Arizona World Soccer Program kicks off in Moscow this summer, offering students an opportunity to learn about soccer in a global context. Future locations include Paris and Munich.
The employment of the Wildcats' head football coach has been terminated, and the University will honor the terms of his contract.
Systems engineering professor Ricardo Valerdi succeeds Jory Hancock as the University's faculty athletics representative to the Pac-12 Conference and NCAA.
Regents chair Bill Ridenour says alleged behavior "violates the spirit and purpose of collegiate sport."