WOMEN'S TEAM CONTINUES TO MARCH ON
UA's women's team continued their run to its first NCAA championship by defeating the Kent Golden Flashes on Friday. The No. 8 ranked Wildcats now move on to face No. 1 Tennessee at the Volunteers home court in Memphis.
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Wrap up of the match against Kent.
ANOTHER EARLY EXIT FOR THE WILDCATS
Arizona became the first No. 1 seed to be knocked out of the NCAA Tournament with a 66-59 loss in the second round to Wisconsin Saturday. For the second year in a row, the Wildcats failed to make it past the first weekend of the tournament.Find out more about the player's reacted to a tough loss to Wisconsin right here.
WILDCATS CRUISE IN FIRST ROUND MATCHUP (03/16/2000)
The margin of victory may be a bit deceiving, but
nevertheless it is
still a 24-point win.
The top West Region seed Arizona Wildcats (27-6) treaded through some
water in the
first half against the No. 16 seed Jackson State Tigers (17-16), but in
left standing with a 71-47 win.
Read the complete story.
Arizona fought off first round jitters before dominating the second half.
See photos from the Jackson State game. [Part 1] [Part 2]
NCAA TOURNAMENT ACTION COMES TO TUCSON (03/16/2000)
Although Arizona may be in Salt Lake City, NCAA tournament games are still taking place in Tucson. High profile teams such as St. Johns (N.Y), Oklahoma and local favorite Northern Arizona battle for the national championship in the other half of the West Regional all day Thursday and Saturday.
Read the thoughts about the first day of action at the McKale Center.
See coverage from Oklahoma-Winthrop, Purdue-Dayton, Louisville-Gonzaga and St. Johns-NAU.
Gonzaga seemed to have won over the fans and this Wildcat reporter; NAU recieved home support in its tough loss to St. Johns, and Gonzaga was playing for its hurt team leader.
Kent's Julie Studer (44) tries to get through the defense of Arizona's Tatum Brown, left, and Felicity Willis on Saturday, March 18, 2000, at the women's NCAA tournament in Knoxville, Tenn.