by Gabe Salgado For many years, Latinos were few and far between in basketball. That began to change at the NBA level in the early 2000’s, and it didn’t take long for college basketball to follow suit. Today, Hispanic’s have
By Francisco Romero. – Playing in-front-of a sold out crowd of 56,004 at Arizona Stadium, the Arizona Wildcats started the game against No. 9 UCLA just as it had planned Saturday night, by scoring on the first drive of the game.
By Francisco Romero After being banned from post-season play for one year, the University of Connecticut’s basketball team is back on top the college basketball world. The Huskies defeated the Wildcats of Kentucky (60-54) to its fourth national championship in
By Francisco Romero Fill out your brackets; the field of 68 teams is set and so millions of college basketball fans around the country. The Arizona Wildcats were placed as the No. 1 Seed in the West Region. The other