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photo Road to the Final Four begins tonight

Volleyball hosts Texas-Arlington

Get your brackets ready, because tonight the NCAA women's volleyball tournament kicks off right here in Tucson, as the Wildcats begin their quest for a second-straight Final Four berth.

The Wildcats take on Texas-Arlington tonight at 7:30.

The road this season will be much different than last year, however, as the Wildcats open the tournament at home rather than on the road, and have a much younger team than a year ago. [Read article]

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photo Men's Basketball Notes

Olson unhappy with effort

Despite Arizona's 33-point beating of Saint Louis Tuesday night, head coach Lute Olson couldn't stop harping over his team's poor rebounding effort.

The Wildcats allowed 20 offensive rebounds, seven of which were grabbed by SLU forward Kenny Brown.

"I am disappointed in our lack of effort on the defensive boards," Olson said. "We need to do a better job of rebounding the ball, and we have to be more efficient in that part of the game." [Read article]

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Experience a little Madness in December

Tonight. 7:30. McKale Center. The madness begins. It's not March, but who cares? Go anyway its still the Wildcats in postseason action.

There is no question the most popular sport on campus is men's basketball, but tonight, the volleyball team takes center stage.

You might remember this team.

A few hours prior to Midnight Madness, as fans started filing in to catch a glimpse of the No. 1 men's basketball team, one of the greatest moments in recent Arizona sports history was unfolding before a record crowd. [Read article]

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