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Tuesday, April 13, 2004
photo Baseball: Devils burn Cats again

ASU 9 UA 5

The Arizona baseball team dropped its fourth game in five contests last night, losing 9-5 to Arizona State in Tempe's Packard Stadium.

The Sun Devils (24-11) scored runs in six of the eight innings they came to the plate and rallied from an early 4-1 deficit. Arizona State has now won the last five meetings between the schools.

Junior outfielder Jeff Van Houten paced the Arizona (16-15-1) offense with a 3-for-4 night and 2 RBIs. Sophomore outfielder Trevor Crowe added three hits and an RBI, and tied the UA single-game record with four stolen bases. [Read article]

photo Amazin' Mason

Junior team captain breaks school, NCAA records

While preparing Emily Mason for the 2003-2004 season, Arizona women's swim and dive head coach Frank Busch had an important piece of advice for one of his top swimmers: Think negative.

"Definitely, it's the negative split training that has made a huge difference this year - just doing four 100s, time after time, getting faster with each 100 so I don't die at the end of my race," Mason says. [Read article]

Andre haters: Stop feeling sorry for yourselves

You got greedy. Your conceited, self-gratifying ways stick out worse than a female golfer at Augusta. You're only thinking of yourself.

Since Friday afternoon, one question has been echoing off the red bricks of every building on the UA campus: "Why, Andre, why?"

Why are you leaving the Old Pueblo for the ranks of the pros? Don't you know how good we can be next year?

Are you greedy, Andre Iguodala? Probably, but this tale of self-indulgence isn't about you. It's about the fans of UA basketball. This time, it's not Iggy who is the piggy. [Read article]

photo Culture Shock

Spaniard Matalonga adjusts to life far from home as he leads UA men's tennis renaissance

On the court, Roger Matalonga is known for his quickness. It's one of the attributes that have made him a star on the best men's tennis team Arizona has had in years.

But he hasn't always adjusted so quickly off the court, especially after being transplanted from Spain to Tucson, with a quick stop in Texas. [Read article]

Football assistant resigns

Arizona assistant football coach John Peterson resigned yesterday after just four months with the program to take a coaching job at Ohio State.

Peterson, 36, was hired in January to coach the Wildcat offensive line's centers and guards. He is a former OSU offensive lineman and a 1991 graduate of the university, and he served as a graduate assistant from 1992-1993.

"We thank (Peterson) for all the hard work he's put in," first-year head coach Mike Stoops said. "He's been a real asset to our staff and I hate to lose him, but it's a great opportunity for him to go back to his alma mater and coach football." [Read article]

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