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SPORTS
March 21, 1988 | Daily News Wire Services
It might have been nicer had Mark Bryant not earned three personal fouls in seven first-half minutes; or had Seton Hall not suffered a 14-2 deficit in fouls in that half; or had its 460 pounds of low-post personnel been able to gather just one - one - offensive rebound; or had Arizona not picked up five three-point plays in the first 11 minutes. "The officiating was not a factor in the game," Seton Hall coach P.J. Carlesimo said, even though his team lost 14 points at the line during its dreadful first half of its 84-55 loss to top-seeded Arizona yesterday in the second round of the NCAA West Regional in Los Angeles.
SPORTS
March 21, 1992 | by Mike Kern, Daily News Sports Writer
Every year since 1986, when Arkansas-Little Rock beat Notre Dame in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, a No. 14 seeded team has taken out a No. 3 seed. Why do you think they call it March Madness? And last night, No. 14 East Tennessee State - whose previous claim to fame was extending one of the four top seeds, Oklahoma, all the way to a one-point game in the opening round in 1989 - extended the improbable streak to seven straight seasons, by knocking off No. 3 Arizona, 87-80, in a Southeast Regional opener at the Omni.
SPORTS
January 20, 1991 | By Diane Pucin, Inquirer Staff Writer
Hard work and good intentions were just not enough yesterday for the Villanova Wildcats. The Arizona Wildcats, ranked No. 6 in the country, were briefly confused by the hustling Villanova defense. But the visitors regrouped, displaying brutal efficiency in shredding that defense on their way to a 72-64 triumph at duPont Pavilion. The atmosphere was electric at the Main Line gym. An hour and 10 minutes before game time, students were lined up four across from the doors into the street.
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December 31, 1998 | Daily News Wire Services
Arizona can hurt opponents with finesse or force. The sixth-ranked Wildcats used both to win their 14th championship in the 14-year-old Fiesta Bowl Classic. Jason Terry had 21 points and seven assists and fouled out Raja Bell, Florida International's best player, and A.J. Bramlett muscled his way to 18 points and 13 rebounds as the Wildcats defeated the visiting Panthers, 91-75, last night. Bramlett attained double figures in points and rebounds for the sixth time this season and 16th time in his career, and freshmen Richard Jefferson and Michael Wright scored 17 points each for the Wildcats, whose 8-0 start matches their best since 1987-88.
NEWS
July 7, 2010 | McClatchy Newspapers
WASHINGTON - The Justice Department yesterday sued Arizona over its tough new immigration law, charging the state with crossing a "constitutional line" that would undermine the federal government's efforts to monitor illegal aliens. In its lawsuit, filed in Phoenix, the Justice Department explained that the federal government has the strict and sole authority to create national immigration policy. "Arizona's immigration policy . . . exceeds a state's role with respect to aliens, interferes with the federal government's balanced administration of the immigration laws, and critically undermines U.S. foreign policy objectives," the department said.
SPORTS
March 18, 1996 | Daily News Wire Services
Arizona, a team accustomed to quick exits from the NCAA Tournament, might be in it for the long haul this time. The reasons: quickness and the ability to shoot three-pointers. The Wildcats, losers in the first round in three of the previous four years, used both to defeat Iowa, yesterday, 87-73, in the second round of the West Regional yesterday. Arizona knocked down seven three-pointers in the first 14 1/2 minutes and ran Iowa silly to gain a berth in the regional semifinals against Kansas in Denver Friday.
SPORTS
January 5, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Thirteen days after handing Arizona its most lopsided loss of coach Lute Olson's 19 seasons at the school, Oregon beat the 15th-ranked Wildcats again. Only a three-pointer by Will Bynum with 23.9 seconds to play prevented it from being Arizona's worst home loss of the Olson era as the Ducks beat the Wildcats, 90-80, last night. Luke Ridnour set career highs with six three-pointers and 23 points as the unranked Ducks (10-3, 3-0 Pac-10) won at McKale Center for the first time since 1985, a span of 16 consecutive losses.
SPORTS
February 7, 1989 | From Inquirer Wire Services
For the fourth consecutive week, a new team claimed the No. 1 ranking in the wire services' men's college basketball polls yesterday, when Arizona vaulted into the top spot, unseating Oklahoma. The Wildcats defeated California and Washington last week to move to No. 1. They were fourth in the Associated Press poll of writers and broadcasters last week, but the three teams ahead of them - Oklahoma, Illinois and North Carolina - all lost. Arizona was ranked third last week in the United Press International poll of coaches.
SPORTS
June 26, 2012 | Associated Press
OMAHA, Neb. - Konner Wade threw his third straight complete game, Robert Refsnyder homered for the second game in a row, and Arizona beat two-time and defending national champion South Carolina, 5-1, in the opener of the College World Series finals Sunday night.  Wade (11-3) limited the Gamecocks to six hits in a steady outing to help the Wildcats (47-17) move within a win of their first national championship since 1986 and fourth overall.  The Gamecocks (49-19) must beat Arizona twice to become the first team since Southern California in the early 1970s to win three championships in a row.  Refsnyder, batting .444 (8 of 18)
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