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SPORTS
Monday, August 30, 2004
photo Soccer: Cats open with road sweep

The Arizona soccer team started its season off on the right foot this weekend and got a lot of help from its newest members in winning the Cyclone Classic in Ames, Iowa.

"It was a good start to our season," said second-year head coach Dan Tobias. "Everyone contributed. We started six freshmen and eight new players. It was nice to see us finish our chances early."

Arizona captured the tournament title yesterday by beating Drake 3-0, giving the Wildcats their best start to a season since 2002. The last time the Wildcats started their season off 2-0 after consecutive road games was in 1997. [Read article]

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photo UA Paralympians prepare for games

Six athletes get ready for Athens Paralympics

Even though the Olympics ended yesterday, six UA athletes are gearing up to compete in Athens in September.

The Paralympic Games will kick off Sept. 19, and will include more than 4,000 athletes from 120 countries, according to the U.S. Paralympic Committee.

Three women and two men from the UA will leave from Washington, D.C. with more than 200 U.S. competitors attending the games, said Derek Brown, UA wheelchair track and road racing coach. [Read article]

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UA Sports Roundup

Bonvicini receives courage award

UA head women's basketball coach Joan Bonvicini was presented with the National Association for Women (NOW) 2004 Woman of Courage award Saturday at the Arizona Inn in Tucson.

Bonvicini was given the award for her work in the Tucson community with the Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault, the Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson, the Tucson Center for Women and Children, Leukemia and Lymphoma Association, the Girl Scouts of America and the YMCA. [Read article]

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