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photo Clutch 'Cats clip Cal

UA sweeps Bears with game-winning single in final at-bat to avenge NCAA title defeat

The Arizona softball team battled for seven scoreless innings before an unlikely hero sent No. 6 California home with its second loss of the weekend.

After playing a near two-hour stalemate, sophomore Crystal Farley chipped a single over Cal pitcher Keeley Anderson's head to drive in the game's sole run. [Read article]

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photo Football sees offense improve

In front of nearly 450 people at Arizona Stadium, the Wildcats' offense and defense scrimmaged for two hours in the team's annual spring game on Saturday afternoon.

The team showed much improvement over the last time it scrimmaged, on April 5, when the team looked sloppy on both sides of the ball, struggling to make big plays.

Mackovic said that although the team is nowhere near where it needs to be, he was happy with the team's effort more than halfway through the drills. [Read article]

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photo Tennis regroups to upset Cal

Wildcats drop No. 4 Golden Bears, 4-3, in dramatic fashion

UA women's tennis stunned the highly ranked Golden Bears of California on Saturday, powered by the rackets of two of the Wildcats' best.

After being handily beaten by top-ranked Stanford on Friday, Arizona rebounded strongly the following day, led by Emilie Scribot and Maja Mlakar. The Wildcats, ranked 39 in the nation, defeated the No. 4 Golden Bears 4-3 in a match that went down to the wire. [Read article]

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Gymcats finish 4th at NCAA regionals

Despite posting its second-highest NCAA regionals score ever, the UA gymnastics team finished fourth in its "incredibly tough" region, failing to advance to the NCAA "Super Six" championships.

Highlighted by the performance of sophomore Monica Bisordi, the No. 19 Gymcats (7-19, 1-5) finished fourth at regionals with a 195.450, .425 points out of second place and a berth to what would have been its second straight NCAA Championships to be held Saturday in Columbia, Mo. The score was UA's highest regional score next to its 1996 total. [Read article]

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photo 'Cats take 2 of 3 from UW

Sometimes, starting pitching doesn't matter especially when you've got a player who's hitting like Jeff Van Houten is.

Van Houten hit a 3-run homer yesterday to help the Wildcats (26-12, 5-4 Pac-10) recover from a 4-run first-inning deficit and claim their second Pacific-10 Conference series of the season with a 9-4 win against Washington (22-12, 4-5).

"He's been so consistent this year that it's really been a pleasure to watch," head coach Andy Lopez said. "He's going about as good as (any player) I've had for a long time." [Read article]

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Golf's 20-under good for 7th spot

The Arizona men's golf team posted its second lowest score of the season, but even a 20-under par team total couldn't boost the Wildcats to the top of the leader board at this weekend's Savane/ASU Thunderbird Invitational.

With dry, fast fairways and pin positions in easier spots than past years, the final scores were low all around, and the UA team couldn't muster a fifth win in the past six tournaments as Arizona State ran away with the trophy after shooting a 40-under, 824 total. [Read article]

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