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SPORTS
Thursday, February 26, 2004
Men's Hoops: Revenge On Cats' Minds Tonight

Stoudamire's status against UW questioned

As the UA men's basketball team prepared for tonight's home matchup with Washington, rumors arose on Internet message boards regarding Salim Stoudamire's status with the team.

Stoudamire denied rumors late last night that he would not be playing for at least part of the tilt with the same Husky team that upset the Wildcats, 96-83, in Seattle last month. [Read article]

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photo Women's Hoops Seeks Best Pac-10 Record

The Arizona women's hoops team seeks to match its best-ever Pac-10 record with wins tonight at Washington State and Saturday at Washington.

Despite a 6-7 record away from McKale Center, the Wildcats (20-7, 12-4 Pacific 10 Conference) figure they'll have an easy time with the basement-dwelling Cougars (5-20, 1-15).

But asked if there is any chance of her team overlooking WSU, UA head coach Joan Bonvicini responded with an emphatic "no." [Read article]

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photo Dj vu: Women's golf finishes 9th

The women's golf team concluded the Wildcat Invitational in the same fashion as a year ago - with a ninth-place finish and a lot of hanging heads.

The only difference was that the individual trophy didn't go to a Wildcat - it went to a Commodore.

Vanderbilt sophomore May Wood shot three rounds under-par as she finished at the top of the leader board, helping her team to do the same.

Arizona shot its best round of the 54-hole event yesterday, but it wasn't good enough, as the Cats continued to struggle on their home course. [Read article]

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photo Three Cheers For Senior's Last Flip

Robert Scoby will make the final home stand of his UA career Saturday in McKale Center. But for the senior cheerleader, it won't be so much of a stand - it will be a back flip with a tuck.

For the past four years, Scoby's sideline theatrics have made the political science major an Arizona sports icon. Saturday, in a ceremony honoring the squad's seniors, Scoby will grace the McKale court for the final time as an athlete. [Read article]

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Softball Racks Up Conference Honors

The Arizona softball team earned a rare feat this week - a sweep of the Pac-10's weekly honors.

Sophomore Alicia Hollowell (11-0) won Pacific 10 Conference Pitcher of the Week, and senior utility player Wendy Allen (3-0) won Pac-10 Player of the Week for the Wildcats (16-0). The previous player of the week honor went to sophomore left fielder Autumn Champion.

"I think it's well-deserved. They both had outstanding weekends, and it's nice to see," said interim co-head coach Larry Ray. [Read article]

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