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photo Luke's luck turns around

UA's senior leader finally sees game come together after overcoming injury

This was supposed to be the year Luke Walton showed rest of college basketball that you don't need to be fast or jump out of the building to be a star.

He was going to prove that the old way of getting the job done, one of swift footwork and fundamental passing, could still work in a game that has become full of high-flyers and overwhelmingathletic talent. [Read article]

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photo Baseball bounces OSU for third straight win

Saying you are gong to do better next time and actually doing it are two different things.

Junior pitcher Joe Little made good on his promise to improve yesterday as the Wildcats used a four run fourth inning and strong pitching performances to beat Oklahoma State, 7-4, in a single-game match-up at Sancet Field.

This was Arizona's third consecutive win and sixth win in its last seven games. [Read article]

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Pac-10 award long overdue for Channing

Props go to Channing Frye for being named Pac-10 Player of the Week it's about time. Frye has been dominant to say the least in the last couple of weeks. This should be the third week in a row, or at least the second time in three weeks Frye was recognized. He is playing confident and strong, and the Wildcats are reaping the benefits

The Arizona women's basketball team has had Thursday's game against Stanford circled since the beginning of the season. [Read article]

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photo UA football loses coordinator to NFL

Just two seasons into his second stint with the Arizona football team, defensive coordinator Larry Mac Duff announced yesterday that he is leaving the program to be the special teams coordinator for the San Francisco 49ers.

Mac Duff will join the staff of newly-hired head coach Dennis Erickson, who last season held the same position at Oregon State University.

"It's a great situation and opportunity for him," UA head coach John Mackovic said. "He's considered the smartest and best special teams coach in the country, and now he's working for one of the five best sports organizations in the nation." [Read article]

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Rugby still in playoff mix

After a rough day against New Mexico last week, the men's rugby team rebounded to blowout San Diego State and the University of San Diego in two matches vital to its quest to earn an automatic berth to the national tournament.

Arizona (6-4, 3-1) scored 12 trys during weekend wins over San Diego on Sunday, 48-26, and San Diego State on Friday, 37-0, moving them to the tournament, with four league matches remaining. [Read article]

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Golf in third after day two at home

The women's golf team started yesterday with high hopes, but erratic play forced the team into a tie for third place, seven shots off a surprising Arizona State squad.

The Wildcats started the day solidly, but mistakes loomed large during the back nine, pushing Arizona back in the field.

"It's our home course and we looked to come out and make a statement the first day," head coach Greg Allen said. "We didn't take charge of the tournament the way we would have liked to." [Read article]

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