The Wildcats will go up against five NCAA postseason teams from a year ago, including two NCAA Tournament squads, as head coach Niya Butts unveiled Arizona's 2015-16 non-conference schedule on Thursday.
When it comes to Arizona women's basketball, the program represents more than top athletes playing basketball at the highest level. It's about developing and training student-athletes for life beyond basketball. Throughout the summer ArizonaWildcats.com will sit down with various Wildcat basketball alumni and see what they've been up to in the real world.
Former Arizona Wildcat star forward Ify Ibekwe continues to make headlines this spring, as she signed with the WNBA's Atlanta Dream as a training camp roster acquisition, the club announced earlier this week.
The Wildcats' incoming 2015-16 recruiting class is loaded with tremendous promise, diversity, and talent, as the group is made up of two forwards, a center, and a guard. ArizonaWildcats.com takes a look at what the four players have accomplished over the past school year.