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Arizona Wildcats Basketball Details
A national title? Check. Four Final Four appearances? Check. Thirty or more All-Americans, a couple dozen conference titles and a few national players of the year? Check, check and check. In the Western United States, college basketball doesn’t get much better than the University of Arizona.
The Wildcats have been playing basketball since 1904. After five decades in the Border Conference and Western Athletic Conference, Arizona joined the Pac-10 in 1978. Their coach during that move was Fred Snowden, who was the second Division I African-American to be named as a head coach.
Among Arizona’s great teams, the 1997 national champ obviously stands out. Lute Olson’s squad featured future No. 1 overall NBA pick Mike Bibby, and defeated three No. 1 seeds on their way to victory.
The Wildcats play home games at McKale Memorial Center, which was named in honor of early head coach J.F. “Pop” McKale. The arena routinely fills its nearly 15,000 seats for hoops games, with fans seeing the Wildcats win more than 80 percent of their home contests since McKale opened in 1973. The team had a 71-game home winning streak from February 1987 until January 1992.
The fans don’t see everything, though. The “Zona Zoo” student section turns its backs on opposing teams during introductions.
Arizona has plenty of conference rivals, but none bigger than in-state foe Arizona State. The Wildcats have a big edge in the rivalry, winning more than 60 percent of the games since the schools started playing each other in 1913. The Sun Devils visit Tuscon every year.
Ready for some exciting, tradition-filled Pac-10 hoops in the desert? Get your Arizona Wildcats tickets now!