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The Daily Wildcat


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Keenan Turner/The Daily Wildcat UA Forward, Justene Kesterson, escapes a UCLA defender on Sundays game against the Bruins. The Wildcats lost 2-1.


Arizona volleyball beat the Oregon Ducks (9-5) at home Sunday in McKale Center. The Wildcats beat Oregon for the first time in five tries. Not only did they upset the Ducks, they also out-blocked them 11-8.

UA softball pitcher Kenzie Fowler returns for her last season after being off the field for a year after surgery. Fowler is coming back strong and ready to perform on the mound.

Arizona basketball fans will get to party as the 20th anniversary of the Wildcats’ 1994 Final Four team will be celebrated during the McDonald’s Red-Blue game Saturday. Many members from the 1994 team are expected at the game as judges for this year’s slam dunk contest.

With only two tournaments as a Wildcat so far, sophomore golfer Lindsey Weaver is the Golfweek Player of the Week.

The San Francisco 49ers are currently hot after beating the Houston Texans 34-3 this past Sunday.

Freshman hockey player Grant Nicholson was the one who scored the only goal during the series against ASU during the past weekend.


Arizona hockey’s schedule has the team playing the first nine games away, making Tucson fans wait until the 10th game of the season to be able to watch the squad in action.

Arizona women’s soccer is 0-0 in the Pac-12 this season.

Major league baseball player David Price shared his negative opinions on Twitter toward retired player Dirk Hayhurst and sportswriter Tom Verducci for criticizing him on the TBS postgame show after he allowed the Boston Red Sox to score seven runs in seven innings. Price called them both “nerds” and apologized the next day.

Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola was accused of name-calling by the University of Wisconsin band members. Band members said Raiola yelled hate speech during the pregame warm-ups at Lambeau Field Sunday. Band members also said he called them “fat” along with other rude comments.

Oakland A’s pitcher Grant Balfour and Detroit Tigers DH Victor Martinez cussed each other out during the ninth inning of the ALDS game 3 on Monday. The argument caused the benches to clear during the game. MLB Network had to make an apology for allowing audio to get out to the public.

— Follow Rose Valenzuela @RoseAlyVal

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