UA golfer Nathan Tyler on the driving range at Arizona National golf course in 2007.
Mustafa Shakur takes the ball upcourt after an Arizona rebound during a game against Stanford in 2006.
05/03/2002. Jessica Cox does schoolwork in her UA dorm room. Jessica Cox is an outstanding UA student, who has no arms. Photo of her doing some school work, typing with her feet in her dorm room.
Eight-month old white tiger Catmandu.
Former University of Arizona basketball coach Russ Pennell was ditched unceremoniously from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix despite a solid 42-16 record. But the move to replace him with former Suns star Dan Majerle to boost the school's cred isn't any worse than the millions Pac-12 schoo…
Mike Scurlock, right, of Cholla High School, dives for a Tucson High running back on Sept. 8. 1989. Photo by Xavier Gallegos / Tucson Citizen
While Tevis may not have won a state championship at CDO like his younger brother Jared, he still had one heckuva career. He capped it off by leading the Dorados in receiving yards (637) and touchdowns (6) on 37 catches as a senior. He also led the team in tackles (80) and sacks (8) before b…
The Sabino and UA grad won more than $130,000 on various pro golf tours, winning three times, and reaching the final stage of PGA Qualifying School.
Mustafa Shakur • GDrafted: Undrafted, but played for one season with the Washington WizardsMustafa Shakur takes the ball upcourt after an Arizona rebound in a game against Stanford on Jan. 1, 2001. Shakur is one of Arizona's NBA-drafted players who appeared on ESPN's list that ranked the col…
Former UA football player Vance Johnson (left) and current UA football player Ka'Deem Carey. Which of them wore #25 best? Take the poll.
Tedy Bruschi of Arizona (#68, left) flies through the defense to attack UCLA's quarterback on Oct. 30, 1994.
10/27/2006. 7A; Jorge Castillo fastens part of the banner placed on "A" Mountain by students from Aztl·n Academy and CÈsar Ch·vez Middle School. Jorge Castillo, 15, fastens down part of the the banner down. The banner was placed on the side of A-Mountain by the students of Aztlan Academy.
Joe Cavaleri, the Wildcats' "Ooh Aah Man" since 1979, has gone to all four of Arizona's basketball Final Fours.
Ollie Mayfield, left, later returned to Tucson High as an assistant to help his son, Todd. Ollie Mayfield led the Badgers to state titles in 1970 and '71.
The Douglas-Agua Prieta border was marked by a dilapidated,
trash-and-weed-lined fence in the mid-90s that provided little
hindrance to anyone who wanted to go from one side to the other
without official notice.
Joe Cavaleri, the Ooh Ahh Man at a basketball game in March, 1988.