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Sonoran Hot Reads: Arizona Women's Golf advances to NCAA Championships

A nice showing from one of the Arizona golf teams this year

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After leading through the first two rounds, the Arizona Wildcats women's golf team finished up Regional play with an overall score of +9, good enough for second place, advancing them to the NCAA Championships. Of the 18 teams in the field, the final round score of 297 was the fourth-best. Unfortunately for Arizona, No. 6 Georgia was eight shots better, giving them a sweep of the team and individual championships. Arizona will open NCAA Championships play on May 20th in Eugene, Oregon

- Sand Volleyball's season came to an end on Saturday, falling to Hawaii 3-0 in the inaugural beach volleyball championships. The Witt twins are still pretty awesome though

Pau Tonnesen leads the decathlon after one day of competition at Pac-12 Multi Championships

- Men's tennis added a new member to their incoming recruiting class

- Horses trained by Arizona alums finished 6th, 10th and 14th in the Kentucky Derby, so no #AHorsesProgram this year


- Andre Iguodala only scored one point in 30 minutes in the Warriors 120-108 loss to Portland. Golden State leads that series 2-1


- The Wildcats added a commitment from three-star OLB Tony Fields


- Arizona clinched another home series with a 4-1 win over Oregon State. The Wildcats are essentially battling Washington to be the conference's best team

- A couple players that played under Jay Johnson at San Diego faced each other in an MLB game when Kris Bryant batted against Sammy Solis. Bryant walked and later scored for the Cubs

- The SEC got weird on Saturday. In a battle of top-five teams, Texas A&M no-hit Vandy. Then there was a possum delay in the Arkansas/LSU game. The Rally possum is real though:


- Oregon State evened the series thanks to Arizona stranding tons of baserunners

Tucson news

- Remember to submit the ten restaurants you want to see in our upcoming Tucson Restaurant Tournament

- There was a hostage situation in downtown early Saturday morning that ended peacefully

- Noise coming from a TEP building downtown was having a negative impact on nearby businesses

- A former Pima County supervisor was killed in a car crash