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SPORTS
Tuesday September 23, 2003
photo Back to the drawing board

Wildcats regroup, look ahead to next game

Even after the football team's third straight loss by at least 38 points, the confidence level of players and coaches is not shaken.

Head coach John Mackovic said the team had a good turnout at the weight room the morning after Saturday's 59-7 loss to Purdue.

"Obviously, when you aren't winning and the scores are a little high, it hurts a little extra," Mackovic said. [Read article]

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photo Sophomore Glass mirrors all-time UA volleyball greats

With her two 20-plus-kill matches in Washington, sophomore outside hitter Kim Glass is now closer to the top of the Wildcats' list of games with 20-plus kills, where she currently sits third.

First on the list is Barb Bell who played from 1993-1996 with 30, and second is Terry Lauchner who played from 1987-90. Glass is also on track to become the first sophomore in school history to break the 1,000-kill barrier. [Read article]

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Front row center: Five simple goals for Saturday

Unlike the previous two weekends in which UA fans had reason to believe its team would be competitive, last Saturday's game at Purdue was a no-brainer: The Wildcats were going to be pummeled.

And they were worse than in weeks before.

But that doesn't mean Arizona shouldn't set small, reasonable, baby-step-like goals for itself heading into this Saturday's game against another ranked team, Texas Christian. Here's this weekend's "to-do" list: [Read article]

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Golf roundup

Men in sixth entering today's final round

The Arizona men's golf team shot a 13-over-par 293 yesterday and stands in sixth place at The Preview by Ping and Golfweek in Hot Springs, Va.

The Wildcats are six strokes off the pace set by first-round leader Clemson, which carded an opening-round 293. Augusta State (290) and North Carolina (291) round out the top three places.

Individually, freshman Josh Esler and junior Nick Juszczak anchored the Wildcat lineup, as both tallied a two-over 72 and are tied for 11th place. [Read article]

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