Three head coaches are in their first Pac-12 conference seasons, and four more are at the helm for just their second seasons. As we approach the bulk of the Pac-12 conference schedule, refresh your memory on the men in charge at each school.
Reporter Patrick Finley, right, carries equipment to the Tucson Padres dug-out while learning how busy the job of ballboy can be for a story in 2011.
Finley donned the Sandy the Sidewinder costume as part of his 2006 column on ballpark jobs that also included being a ticket-taker.
For eight years and two months, I've told other people's stories - 2,820 of them.
When the Tucson Padres open their gates at 5:30 tonight - a half-hour earlier than any other game all year - they'll boast twice as many employees than usual, and more than double the number of Sheriff's Department help.
Mountain View grad Aaron Anderson averaged nine rebounds last season for Kennesaw (Ga.) State and got a call from the Suns last week.
Aaron Anderson's agent left a voice mail eight days ago while he was at the dentist.
Former UA coach Russ Pennell was dismissed as Grand Canyon University's coach despite a 42-16 record over the last two seasons.
If karma exists, Russ Pennell will be somewhere on your television next year.
In grade school, we played a game called “Jungle Ball.”
Arizona played three sophomores and four freshmen, including pitcher Nancy Bowling (6). "We're young, but that's not really an excuse," UA senior Brigette Del Ponte said.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - The goal, as stated by coach Mike Candrea each year, goes something like this: Play on the last day of the softball season.
The Tucson Padres will take the field next month in Toros uniforms.
One day at the start of the Tucson Toros' 1980 season, the team's clubhouse manager ran into then-general manager Jack Donovan's office.
Mike MacIntyre spent his first spring at Colorado teaching a new culture.
Arizona's Mandie Perez dives safely back to first base as ASU's Bethany Kemp grabs the throw.
The Arizona Wildcats' latest pledge - to be the annoying, always-happy team - manifested itself both Friday and Saturday in the form of a 44-year-old Johnny Cash Song.
Jarrod Thayer’s clothes dryer burst into flames in December, burning the hallway of the house north of Catalina from where he’d whack golf balls into the desert, and melting a golf trophy or two.
Arizona's Mandie Perez makes a running catch in left field during the sixth inning, one of the Wildcats' bright spots on Saturday at Hillenbrand Stadium.