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Highs and lows of the year in sports

Arizona Daily Wildcat
Wednesday May 14, 2003
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UA softball finds its heir apparent to Jennie Finch, as freshman Alicia Hollowell takes the Pac-10 and nation by storm, finishing the regular season with a 33-3 mark. (5/03)
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LOW

More than 40 football players rebel against head coach John Mackovic, meeting privately with President Pete Likins and bringing forth a tearful apology from their coach. (11/02)
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Senior Ricky Barnes completes arguably the most celebrated year by a UA golfer ever by winning the U.S. Amateur crown and the Ben Hogan award as the nation's best individual. (8/02, 5/03)
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Men's hoops sophomores Will Bynum and Dennis Latimore leave the UA program, both at midseason. Bynum heads to Georgia Tech just after Jan. 1, Latimore to Notre Dame last week. (1/03; 2/03)
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The Wildcat women's hoops team, led by super-frosh Shawntinice Polk, roars to a second place finish in the Pac-10, a top-20 national ranking, and an NCAA tournament appearance. (3/03)
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UA men's basketball falls short of pre-season expectations, spending nearly the entire season atop the polls before losing out at a shot at the Final Four, falling to Kansas in Anaheim. (3/03)
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Emilie Scribot, a graduate student from France who started the season unranked, unproven and unknown, finishes the year as the 5th ranked tennis player in the nation, turning many heads along the way. (5/03)


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