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Wildcat Wrap: Arizona hosts Red-Blue game; volleyball and soccer have tough weekends

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Monday is here again, and we have everything you may have missed in Arizona Athletics last week.

And if we missed anything, please let us know in the comment section.



  • Arizona only had one game this week, and they tied Cal, 3-3 on Saturday on a rain-soaked field. On one hand, Arizona rallied back from a 3-1 deficit to earn a point. On the other hand, the Wildcats outshot the Bears 31-7 and did not win. Plus, Cal is just 1-4-1 in the Pac-12, so it was not a good result for Arizona.
  • UA is 8-4-2 overall and 1-3-2 in the Pac-12 as they get set to host the Washington schools this weekend. Can you believe the final homestand of the season is already here?
  • We caught up with midfielder Iliana Hocking to find out what it was like for her to play against her twin sister for the first time, what it’s like to be the daughter of an MLB player, and more.
  • Check out this compilation of Arizona’s best goals this season. There are some great ones.

Swimming and Diving

  • The women and men beat Grand Canyon University in the season-opener on Saturday. UA women won 204-80, the men 172-125.
  • Junior Hannah Cox won three races, while freshman Monica Gumina had two victories to commence her UA career. Sophomore Brooks Fail, junior Noah Reid, senior Mackenzie Rumrill, junior Mallory Korenwinder, and sophomore Delaney Schnell won two individual events.
  • Senior Matt Salerno won the 100-meter breaststroke for the men with a time of 57.60. Sophomore Sam Iida placed second with 57.94 and freshman Ty Wells finished third with 1:00.38.
  • The women’s team heads to Oregon State on Oct. 27. The men’s team won’t have another meet until next month when they head to USC on Nov. 3.

Women’s Basketball


Men’s Basketball