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Monday, April 12, 2004
photo Iguodala jumps to NBA

Sophomore forward to declare for draft

UA men's basketball fans are used to watching forward Andre Iguodala jump out of the building.

Now he's leaping right out of Tucson, and into the professional ranks.

The sophomore forward announced Friday his intention to declare for the NBA draft and hire an agent, effectively ending his playing days with the Wildcats after just two seasons.

"I want to thank Coach Olson, the coaching staff, my teammates and the fans in Tucson for their support," Iguodala said in a statement released by the team. [Read article]

photo Softball shuts out Sun Devils 6-0, 8-0

TEMPE - There was some good news for the Sun Devils in a series where they were out-hit, out-pitched and out-coached by Arizona.

Arizona State had a pair of record crowds.

The No 1 Wildcats (40-1, 4-0 Pacific 10 Conference) sent the ASU (30-18, 0-4) faithfuls home in disgust, spanking the Sun Devils 6-0 on Friday night and 8-0 on Saturday in six innings. Friday's crowd was a stadium-record 1,663, while 1,641 attended the game Saturday in the 1,535-seat stadium. [Read article]

photo Baseball stops 3-game losing streak

The Arizona baseball team salvaged the final game of a three-game series against UCLA Saturday and erased a three-game losing streak before heading to Tempe to play Arizona State today.

The Wildcats (16-14-1, 5-4 Pacific 10 Conference) take on ASU today at 3 p.m. in Tempe. It will be the second of three nonconference games the rival schools play this season. The Sun Devils (23-11, 3-6) won the first contest 4-0 in February. [Read article]

photo Track measures up to tough competition in Los Angeles

The Arizona track and field teams faced off against "world-class" competition last weekend in the second annual Rafer Johnson/Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invitational hosted by UCLA.

On Saturday, the Varner sisters once again dominated the women's throws competition. Sophomore Rachel Varner led the Wildcat women, as she finished third in the women's discus competition, tying her season-best throw of 176 feet, 4 inches (a Pacific 10 Conference and NCAA regional qualifying mark). [Read article]

photo Men's tennis beats Cal, falls to Stanford on Senior Day

Playing in front of a raucous crowd at the Robson Tennis Center, the No. 23 Arizona men's tennis team beat California 5-2 on Friday, but was unable to defeat No. 10 Stanford on Saturday, losing 6-1.

On a Senior Day filled with emotion, as senior captain Tom Lloyd and senior Whi Kim played in their final home matches, Stanford's talent overcame Arizona's effort and the largest crowd of the season. [Read article]

Women's tennis no match for Cal, Stanford

The Arizona women's tennis team went winless by the Bay this weekend, dropping a pair of matches and adding to the Wildcats' recent woes. They have now lost 10 of their last 11 matches.

The UA fell to No. 1 Stanford (20-0, 5-0 Pacific 10 Conference) on Friday, 7-0, and followed that up with a 5-2 loss at the hands of No. 11 California (16-6, 7-4). The Wildcats dropped to 5-12 on the year.

"It was a very tough road trip," said assistant coach Petar Danolic. "Stanford hasn't lost a match this whole season. Going down there in the big stadium in front of a big crowd - it's a tough place to play." [Read article]

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