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Thursday, December 4, 2003
photo Rubio ╬frustrated' with bracket

When the UA volleyball team plays Wisconsin tomorrow in College Station, Texas, the Wildcats figure to be a tough team to face, because they're mad at the NCAA tournament selection committee.

Then again, it seems like everyone has that going for them.

The bracket contains no West Coast teams in one of the regions despite 21 West Coast teams appearing in the tournament, and only one Pacific 10 Conference team on one side of the entire bracket. Yet, there are three Pac-10 teams in one region, making it seem the committee is going out of its way to prevent an all-West Coast Final Four. [Read article]

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O'Hara joins hoops squad

With Isaiah Fox's season in jeopardy, the Arizona men's basketball team took its first step toward replacing the power forward yesterday by recruiting some size from within the UA athletics department.

Now that Arizona's football season is over, redshirt freshman quarterback Ryan O'Hara will join a Wildcat hoops squad desperate for another body to put on its front line.

"He's fully eligible. He's added to our roster," said assistant coach Jim Rosborough. "As far as everything stands, he'll travel with us to St. Louis and New York City." [Read article]

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photo Getting to the point

'Point Guard U' boasts more than one good floor general this year

Welcome to Point Guard University. When it comes to supplying the nation with quality backcourt specialists, nobody does it better than the UA, as displayed by the program's reputable history of ball-handlers.

As the Wildcats enter the 2003-2004 season with a plethora of concerns surrounding their low-post positions, no one in his or her right mind would question where the team's strength lies. [Read article]

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photo Icers become part of the cool crowd

Fifth-year club brings women's hockey to UA

With a pair of stellar performances during the last two Olympic Winter Games, the U.S. women's ice hockey team managed to put its sport on the national map.

That success has resonated down to Tucson and the UA, which now features its own women's club hockey team, the Arizona Icers.

Though the team, founded in 1999, has a winning record of 2-1 in its 2003-2004 season, Icers' goalie coach Jon Beaudry said the team has so many newcomers this season that finishing the regular season with a winning record would be a surprise. [Read article]

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