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UA student-athletes are reaching new heights in academic and competitive sports achievements.
Tucsonans Cole and Jeanie Davis have committed a $2.65 million gift to UA men's basketball program for facility upgrades. Coach Sean Miller and his wife, Amy, are donating $250,000 to new strength training facility. Read more
UA Alums Jeff A. and Sharon Stevens have made a personal gift of $10 million toward the Vision Arizona master facilities plan for Arizona Athletics. Read more
Lute Olson retired on Oct. 23, 2008, and finished his career at Arizona with a 589-187 record, 11 Pac-10 titles, 23 consecutive NCAA tournament appearances, four Final Fours, and a national championship in 1997. Read more
The world-class structure, designed for swim and diving meets, also is laid out for water polo. It features a 33-meter by 25-meter diving well with two 1-meter and three 3-meter springboards, and has platform heights of three, five, 7.5 and 10 meters. Read more
With many professional athletes making news headlines for all the wrong reasons, Wildcat fans had reason to cheer when Richard Jefferson announced his record-setting gift to the school in 2007. Read more.
From former walk-on to NCCA champion, Laura Jackson now sets her sights on the 2012 Olympics in London.
Former UA softball players team up to honor their friend, Athletics Department icon.