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Tuesday, April 19, 2005
photo Baseball: Cats face Lobos in non-conference tilt

The No. 6 Wildcats take a break from conference play this week by playing four non-conference games against three different teams, starting tonight at New Mexico.

Arizona (26-11, 10-2 Pacific 10 Conference) plays the Lobos tonight at 5 at Isotopes Park.

The Wildcats have won eight of their past nine games, including two of three from No. 9 Oregon State, while New Mexico (19-18) was victorious in seven of 10 after sweeping Air Force last weekend. [Read article]

photo Football: Trio keeps Cats' wheels turning

A reliable running game is an integral part of any successful football team's offense. That can be a lot of weight for one player to bear.

Fortunately for Arizona, it has three running backs it can look to in 2005 in seniors Mike Bell and Gilbert Harris and redshirt sophomore Chris Henry.

"We all have different abilities. We can all do different things on the field, and it keeps the defense on its toes," Henry said. [Read article]

Commentary: Bruschi not only Cat with NFL success

In the first of a two-part series, the Arizona Daily Wildcat examines former Wildcats in the NFL. Tomorrow's commentary features a look at the current Wildcat roster and its prospects.

We all know about three-time Super Bowl Champion Tedy Bruschi, but what about other former Wildcats who have made it to the big stage?

Currently there are 17 former Wildcats occupying spots on the active roster of an NFL club, with nine in the AFC and eight in the NFC. [Read article]

photo NCAA champions share swimming success

Having an NCAA-champion athlete is invaluable to a collegiate swim program. It adds to the prestige of the team, while enticing possible top-notch recruits and setting the bar for everyone on the squad.

The Arizona swim team racked up three individual titles last month by juniors Simon Burnett and Marshi Smith and senior Emily Mason.

Those three continued the long history of the Arizona swim team capturing NCAA titles. [Read article]

Women's basketball signs back-to-back Washington Player of the Year O'Neal

The Arizona women's basketball team announced yesterday the signing of Malia O'Neal to a National Letter of Intent.

A 5-foot-5 guard out of Seattle, O'Neal is a two-time Washington Gatorade and Seattle Times Player of the Year.

"We're very, very excited to sign Malia," said Arizona head coach Joan Bonvicini. "I think she's going to be a great point guard in our system. She is going to have a huge impact on the game. She's a winner and she's a very unselfish. She has a great understanding for the game." [Read article]

Women's golf in sixth after day 1 at Pac-10s

The Arizona women's golf team finished the first day of the Pacific 10 Conference Championships in sixth place, 10 shots behind defending conference champion UCLA.

The Wildcats shot a 12-over-par 300 at the Ruby Hills Golf Club in Pleasanton, Calif.

Junior Cassandra Kirkland was the top Arizona finisher, holding sixth place with an even-par 72.

Senior Mar Garcia also placed in the top-10 carding a 1-over-par 73 and is tied for seventh. [Read article]

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