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Arizona Wildcats Basketball 2015-2016 News and Updates
3/12/15 - The Arizona Wildcats basketball team rounded off their regular season with a win over Stanford, securing their position as number 1 in the Pac-12. Their top seed position gave them a bye until the quarterfinals, where they face Cal on Thursday, March 12. During the regular season, Arizona beat Cal during both games, so they are the favorite to win. The team has the opportunity to win the championship game for the first time in 13 years. However, the Pac-12 tournament has already seen an upset with USC beating ASU during the first round of play. The Wildcats are heading to the NCAA Tournament no matter how they finish the conference tournament; however, if they win the conference tournament could secure a number 1 seed. Tickets are still available for the Cal game, starting at $66.
3/5/15 - With two games left in regular season play, the Arizona Wildcats basketball team needs to win just one to be the Pac 12 champions. They are currently on top after beating Utah 63 to 57 on February 28, a victory that extended their winning streak to six. The team also has won the last 36 home games, which also gives them the league record. With their final two games at home, odds are in the team's favor. However, they have two tough competitors lined up this week, with California on March 5 and Stanford on March 7. California was the last team to beat the Wildcats at home, so the team is not taking the games lightly. Tickets are still available for the game against Stanford on Saturday, starting at $289.
2/26/15 - This season, the Arizona Wildcats have shown how talented they are both offensively and defensively. Currently, they sport a 24-3 record and are the 7th ranked team in college basketball. Their last game was against Colorado, which was a fun game from the start. The Wildcats ended up winning 55-36. In their dominant win, Kaleb Tarczewski went on to score 14 points. Gabe York also played well off the bench, scoring 11 points. Arizona didn’t score a lot in the game, but it was a collective effort shown by them. Their will to win is going to help them tremendously as their season draws to an end. Next up for them is a great game against Utah. Both of these teams are highly ranked, so it should be a fun one for the fans.
2/16/15 - The Pac-12 Conference has always produced a lot of talent, but one of the best teams right now from there is the Arizona Wildcats. Sporting a 22-3 record, Arizona seems unstoppable right now. They are ranked 7th in the nation, and are riding high off a dominant performance against Washington State on Sunday. The final score ended up being 86-59. In their huge win, Brandon Ashley, Kaleb Tarczewski and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson all scored 17 points. It was a collective effort on their part, and if they can keep it up, they are going to go far in the Sweet 16 tournament. Up next for the Wildcats is a fun, competitive game against USC that takes place this Thursday. Tickets for the game are available for $208.
2/9/15 - After suffering a disappointing road loss on Saturday at the hands of the hated Arizona State Sun Devils, your #7 Arizona Wildcats are eager to resume their winning ways. The Wildcats have two games remaining on their current road trip, starting with a Saturday night matchup at Washington. Currently locked in a tie at 8-2 for first in the Pac-12 standings with the Utah Utes, the Wildcats can ill-afford to lose a second consecutive game this late in the conference schedule. Make sure to come out to the McKale Center in Tucson when the Arizona Wildcats Basketball returns home to face the USC Trojans on Thursday, February 19. With great seats still available starting at just $394, Razorgator is your ticket to Arizona Wildcats Basketball.
2/2/15 - One of the most prolific offensive teams right now is the Arizona Wildcats. They put up points in a hurry, and they are currently ranked 6th in the nation. They made things look easy in their last game, which was against Oregon State. They ended up winning 57-34, and they were never really in trouble once in the game. Brandon Ashley, the Wildcat’s starting forward, ending the game with 12 points. He played with a lot of energy, which really helped out in terms of rebounds and second chance points. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson also played a great game for Arizona, ending the game with 11 points with 4 rebounds. It was a collective effort for the Wildcats. Their next game is against Arizona State, and tickets can be bought now for $29.
1/26/15 - Currently, the Arizona Wildcats are first in the Pac-12 Conference, and sport a record of 18-2. They have been firing on all cylinders as of late, and their one of the most exciting teams to watch this year. They are riding high off a win against California, which ended with a final score of 73-50. From the very start, it wasn’t even close. That’s because forward Stanley Johnson had a great game, scoring 18 points and getting 9 rebounds. He simply couldn’t be stopped, and his intensity helped his team rally to get the win. They are looking great, and are hoping to keep their winning ways alive against Oregon tomorrow night. Tickets can be purchased right now for $48. Arizona will need to start off strong if they want to claim victory.
1/19/15 - The Arizona Wildcats basketball team suffered their second loss for the season last week, but that did not stop them from dominating when they played the Utah Runnin' Utes on Jan. 17th. They scored more than their opponents in each half for a final score of 51-69. Star senior T.J. McConnell scored 16 points in the game, with six assists, while freshman Stanley Johnson scored 18. Johnson did not get any points in the first half, but he surprised everyone by leading the Wildcats to victory in the second. Even though they have lost a few times recently, this is their 32nd consecutive home victory and they are currently 2nd in Pac-12. They have a series of away games next, starting with the Stanford Cardinal on Jan. 22nd.
1/12/15 - The Arizona Wildcats basketball team suffered their first loss of the season two weeks ago. They have had a couple very strong wins since then, but they were just handed their second loss. The final game in their series of away games saw the Wildcats lose by a minuscule two point despite being in the lead at the half. Ultimately, the game against the Oregon State Beavers was very close, but Arizona just came up a little short. Luckily, they have twice as many home games as away games for the rest of the season, which they win more consistently. First, they will be taking on the Colorado Buffaloes on Jan. 15. If you want to cheer the Wildcats on and help them turn their recent luck around, tickets are available for $43.
1/7/15 - The Arizona Wildcats basketball team is still recovering from their first loss of the season. They were ready to dominate again when they took on the Arizona State Sun Devils as they blew them away with a final score of 49-73. They got 20 more points in the first half and simply defended their lead in the second half to finish strong with 49-73. Hopefully they will be able to build up another impressive winning streak since they are no longer undefeated. They are travelling to Oregon for two back to back away games, but will return on Jan. 15th to take on the Colorado Buffaloes. If you would like to see if the Wildcats can pull off a victory, tickets are available for $52.
12/29/14 - Heartbreak struck when the Arizona Wildcats basketball team took on the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels on the 23rd. The undefeated team might have been a little too confident. Arizona took an early lead and held it for most of the game. Going into the final seven minutes, the Wildcats held a lead of 61-56. Unfortunately, the Runnin’ Rebels were able to pull off a last minute upset, scoring 15 points compared to Arizona’s six, to bring the final score to 67-71. While this loss is disappointing, it is the Wildcat’s first for the season, which means they are still the third teamin the league. Hopefully they will be able to return to dominating when they play the Arizona State Sun Devils on the 4th. Tickets start at $59.
12/23/14 - The Arizona Wildcats basketball team faced heartbreak on Tuesday when the UNLV Runnin' Rebels handed them their first loss for the season. The Wildcats were ahead 41-36 at the end of the first half, but their dismal second half led them to be behind by four points in the end with 67-71 being the final score. T.J. McConnell led Arizona and all five starters were close behind, none of which dropping below 10 points each. Notably, freshman Stanley Johnson had 13 points and 13 rebounds. Before this loss, the Wildcats were sitting pretty as third in the rankings. Now they are slightly lower with 12-1, but still in an excellent position. They will return to take on the Arizona State Sun Devils in a home game on the fourth. Tickets are $95.
12/15/14 - It seems there’s just no stopping Arizona Wildcats basketball this year! After the ‘Cats disposed of the Michigan Wolverines by a score of 80-53 on Saturday, they stomped the Oakland Golden Grizzlies on Tuesday night, 101-64. Arizona freshman Stanley Johnson paced his team with 18 points on 7-14 shooting, and forward Brandon Ashley kicked in 15 points to go with eight rebounds, as Arizona improved to 11-0 for the season. The Wildcats out-shot the Grizzlies, 55 percent to 35 percent, and out-rebounded them by a healthy margin of 50-22 on their way to picking up their eighth home victory of the year. Arizona looks to stay perfect on Friday as they visit the UTEP Miners at the Don Haskins Center in El Paso, TX. Go Wildcats!
12/10/14 - The Arizona Wildcats maintained their hold on the Pac-12, staying perfect on Tuesday with a runaway victory over the Utah Valley Wolverines. The #3 Wildcats started slow in the early moments of the game, but found their shooting stroke with plenty of time to put up 42 points in the first half en route to a final score of 87-56. Stanley Johnson led all scorers with 14 points in only 21 minutes, as Arizona’s starters enjoyed a short night with the game never really in doubt after halftime. Arizona Wildcats basketball now boasts a 6-0 home record, and will look to improve when the Big Ten-leading Michigan Wolverines visit the McKale Center on Saturday. Razorgator still has seats available from $104, but act now because they’re going fast!
12/1/14 - It’s a great time to be a fan of Arizona Wildcats basketball! The #3 ranked Cats rolled to their seventh straight home win on Tuesday night, overpowering the Gardner-Webb Bulldogs 91-65 to stay undefeated on the season. Stanley Johnson and Gabe York poured in 18 points apiece for Arizona, who shot a sizzling 56 percent from the field as a team, including 10-17 from behind the arc. Kaleb Tarczewski added 10 points and 7 rebounds, and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson chipped in 11 points off the bench. The schedule gets tougher for the Wildcats, who will host unbeaten #9 Gonzaga on Saturday at the McKale Center. Which team will remain perfect after this weekend? Razorgator still has great seats starting at $99, but tickets are limited so act now!
11/24/14 - Boasting one of the most talented and athletic teams in the nation, your #2 Arizona Wildcats are poised to challenge for a Pac-12 title and a Final Four berth in this young 2014-2015 college basketball season. Upcoming tilts against such quality non conference foes as #13 Gonzaga and #24 Michigan will give Coach Sean Miller and his Wildcats several opportunities for resume building wins ahead of their Pac-12 slate. Led by forward Brandon Ashley, forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, and a heralded class of highly touted recruits, Arizona is poised for a monumental season. Come out to the McKale Center in sunny Tucson to support Arizona Wildcats Basketball as they begin their quest to the NCAA tournament. Razorgator has you covered, with seats for upcoming games starting at just $10.
11/20/14 - Arizona Wildcats are rolling right now, currently sporting a 2-0 record. They are looking to do big things this season, and their last game couldn’t have gone any better against CS Northridge. The final score ended up being 86-68. They dominated the last quarter, and a huge reason for their success was thanks to Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. He went on to score 14 points with 8 rebounds. He set the tempo early for them, and a lot of his success was due to his tenacity to dive after loose balls. They will need more of this energy from him in their next outing to come away with the victory. The Wildcats defense also played tough for all quarters, preventing CS Northridge from getting easy buckets. Up next for them is a game against UCI. They are heavily favored, but will still need to maintain their production on the offensive end. Tickets for the game can be bought now, which start out at $24.
11/10/14 - One of the best teams in the nation last year was the Arizona Wildcats. Last season, they had a stellar 33-5 record, leading the Pac-12 standings. It was a season unlike any other for them, a season where they went on to the Final Four. They didn’t come away with a championship, but they will be hoping this season turns out different for them. Their season opener will be against Mount St Mary’s, a game that shouldn’t be that difficult for them. Currently, they are the 2nd ranked team in the nation, and they will be looking to hold onto this ranking through March. Their keys for victory for Friday night’s game will be to get their guard, Gabe York, heavily involved in the offense. He sets the tempo for the team, along with forward Craig Victor. Tickets for next week’s game can be purchased now, and the starting price for them is around $19.
2/7/14 – The Cats dropped a close effort on the road against Cal last Saturday, ruining their chances at a perfect season and slipping from the No.1 spot to No.2 in the AP Poll. Not only did the Wildcats lose the contest, but they lost sophomore Brandon Ashley to a broken foot. After the forward and his Arizona teammates spent eight straight weeks at the top, things began to look grim for the Cats. In an effort to try and rally behind their team, Arizona fans gathered at the McKale Center Thursday for the evening’s matchup against the Oregon Ducks which they knew would be another tough test for their Wildcats. With their support however, the traditional powerhouse grinded out a victory and came from behind to get the win over preseason Top 25 Ducks. Arizona needs to refocus before they head into their eight remaining conference games. Still with a convincing lead in the Pac-12, the Wildcats have just three games left this season at home: Oregon State Beavers (avg. $64), a rematch against the California Golden Bears (avg. $80), and Stanford Cardinal (avg. $80).
1/2/14 - The Arizona Wildcats are undefeated on the season, and flying high atop the AP Top 25. The Wildcats have been an unstoppable force, consistently beating teams by wide margins of at least 25 points in the last couple weeks, save Michigan, who they squeaked by 72-70 to remain perfect. Missing center Kaleb Tarczewski from a sprain, the Wildcats have fared well without the 7-footer, but are hoping to get him back before conference play starts after the New Year. They’ll open up Pac 12 conference play against Washington State for just $34 to get-in. Can the Wildcats pull off an undefeated year? With Oregon, Colorado and UCLA being their most daunting division opponents on schedule, a flawless season is doable. Get your cheap Arizona Wildcats tickets and be there to watch this team hold onto the top spot!
10/28/13 - Formidable Pac-12 champions, the Arizona Wildcats are groomed for another banner year. Despite a fantastic start to last season leading up to Pac-12 Championship with Final 4 hopes and a 14-0 record, the Wildcats plummeted, losing half of their conference games and falling to arch rivals UCLA thrice (losing the Pac-12 title) and were ultimately eliminated by Ohio State in the Sweet 16. They will be looking for redemption this year with their dominating and experienced line up.
Arizona is favored to finish first in their conference and go deeper in the NCAA Tournament this season, officially opening at home against Cal Poly (Nov 8) at McKale Center. The Wildcats will partake in the NIT Season Tip-Off with the likes of Duke, Alabama and Rutgers. Their 18-game Pac-12 schedule begins at home against Washington State (Jan 2). They will avenge themselves on the road against UCLA (Jan 9) and host in-state rivals Arizona State Jan 16. Arizona closes their regular conference season against Oregon (Mar 3) before the Pac-12 Tournament commences at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
5th year coach Sean Miller had to replace 60% of his scoring after losing 6 players from last year's squad, including Solomon Hill (Indiana Pacers) and Grant Jerrett to (Portland Trail Blazers). Now, the Wildcats are headed by junior Nick Johnson (11.5 ppg), who will try to earn All-Pac-12 status this year, an achievable proposition for the highly athletic guard. Aaron Gordon (McDonald’s All-American MVP) will join the line up this year, a player likened to the Clippers Blake Griffin, and reputed X factor for Arizona. Other promising freshman recruit Rondae Hollis-Jerfferson and defensive guard T.J. McConnell (Duquesne transfer) will don the Navy Blue and Cardinal on the court for what is sure to be an electrifying Wildcat season.