Ever since having a spectacular showing in the 2007 Women's College World Series for Arizona, Taryne Mowatt has been serving as an assistant coach at California Baptist for the past three years. But on Tuesday, her big break became official, as she was named a full-time assistant coach at Ole Miss.
Mowatt was named the most outstanding player of that 2007 WCWS in her first year in the circle taking over for Alicia Hollowell. Mowatt threw three no-hitters on her way to a school-record 370 innings that year, including 60 innings in eight games in seven days in Oklahoma City to win the National Championship. She's certainly a huge figure at Arizona, and it's cool to see her bust into the SEC coaching ranks.
- Tuesday was the first day with two practices for the football team. But two-a-days aren't what they used to be according to RichRod
- When RichRod first got here, he probably thought he would have to have a lot of two-a-days to get the guys on the same page as him
- One receiver that may come out of nowhere this year is Tony Ellison. He shares what it'll take for him to see the field in 2015. Look out opposing wide receivers, because Cam Denson is bigger and stronger
- Arizona commit Khalil Tate sat down for an interview with D1Bound. He explains why he chose Arizona among other things
- Jacob Alsadek took some time to answer questions you had about offensive line things
- Catalina Foothills, led by RichRod's son Rhett at quarterback, got a visit from KVOA during practice
- Markelle Fultz explains how he went from playing JV his sophomore year to a five-star prospect
- Fultz was just one of several visitors this week. Andrew Jones was another, and he's set to announce his final list of schools later this month
- 2017 prospect Markus Howard will visit Arizona unofficially later this month
- Arizona volleyball player Penina Snuka was named to the Pac-12 preseason All-Conference team
- There are driverless cars on campus
- A pretty epic monsoon came through town