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Wildcat Wrap: More ‘fan enhancements’ coming to Arizona Stadium

It remains to be seen if the product on the field will be one of them.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: DEC 29 Arizona Bowl - Utah St v New Mexico St Photo by Jacob Snow/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

It’s Monday which means it’s time to recap all that happened around the Arizona Wildcats last week. Let us know in the comment section if we missed anything!

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Skybox Club: New premium seating area offering a first-class experience in a modern and reimagined space at midfield along the west side of Arizona Stadium

Cole and Jeannie Davis Sports Center: Arizona’s new indoor facility, across the street from Arizona Stadium, will be an integral part of pregame hospitality

Television displays and audio: Multiple TV’s are being installed in the concourse areas to ensure fans aren’t disconnected from the game when leaving their seats

Bathrooms: The port-a-potties on the ground level are being replaced with first-class restroom trailers

Lighting: Soft lighting will be added around the concourses to brighten the area

West Side fan area: A festival area on the ground level will be a new experience for fans this season. The area will serve as a great spot to enjoy food and drinks while watching the game on new television displays.

Concession improvements: Working with the UA Student Union to bring more local food vendors in the categories of pizza, BBQ, and sandwiches

Concession speed: More credit card machines are being added to increase the speed of the line.


  • Eight Wildcats were in Georgia this week competing in the USA Softball International Cup: Vanessa Foreman (Israel), Michelle Floyd (Venezuela), Taylor McQuillin (Mexico), Dejah Mulipola (USA), Danielle O’Toole (Mexico), Tamara Statman (Israel), Chelsea Suitos (Philippines) and Lauren Young (Philippines). Team USA won the Cup.
  • Those eight will continue competing this summer as they hope to lead their respective countries into the 2020 Olympics. USA and Japan have already qualified, so there are only four other spots remaining.


  • Austin Wells is, unsurprisingly, tearing up the Cape Cod League:


Track and Field

  • Here are some updates from the NACAC U23 Championships