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Wildcats Wrap Homestand Against Lobos

Wildcats Wrap Homestand Against Lobos

TUCSON, Ariz. — The Arizona Wildcats (13-13), fresh off a three-game sweep of conference foe UCLA, wraps up their homestand this Tuesday, April 2 with a midweek matchup against the visiting New Mexico Lobos (16-11).

Tuesday’s game will be televised on Pac-12 Arizona, with play-by-play from Daron Sutton. Tickets for the game are also available now and can be purchased here.

Promotions for tomorrow’s game include another installment of both Trivia Tuesday and 2 For Tuesday, where fans can purchase two hot dogs for the price of one.

Arizona looks to keep their offense and pitching rolling in Tuesday’s contest before hitting the road to continue Pac-12 play in Berkeley this weekend.


Date Opponent Time (MST) Arizona Pitcher Opponent Pitcher
Tuesday, April 2 New Mexico 6:00 PM LHP Josh Morano (0-0, 0.00) RHP Josh Barnhouse (1-1, 9.50)

Leading Off…

  • The Arizona Wildcats wrap up their five-game homestand with a midweek matchup against the New Mexico Lobos. Tuesday’s game will be broadcast on Pac-12 Arizona with play-by-play from Daron Sutton.
  • Tuesday is the first and only meeting this year between Arizona and New Mexico, a pair of programs that have faced off 207 times previously with games dating back to 1939.
  • The Wildcats hold a commanding 173-34 (.836) lead in the all-time series against the Lobos. New Mexico’s last victory in Tucson came in 2019, a 5-4 win over Arizona on Feb. 27.
  • Arizona is fresh off a three-game sweep of the UCLA Bruins over the weekend. The Wildcats won each game in the series in walk-off fashion.
  • Through Saturday’s game, shortstop Mason White currently ranks third in the Pac-12 in both home runs (10) and RBI (36). 
  • Second baseman Garen Caulfield is third in the conference with a .382 batting average, and outfielder Brendan Summerhill’s 32 RBI are tied for fourth on the circuit. He also has a nine-game active hit streak.
  • Summerhill has reached base safely in 20 consecutive games, the longest streak on the team this season.
  • Entering the UCLA series, Arizona was just 2-8 in 1-run and 2-run games. The Wildcats are now 5-8 in those contests.
  • Arizona’s pitching staff leads the Pac-12 and ranks fourth nationally with an impressive 2.86 BB/9 rate. The Wildcats also pace the conference and rank fifth nationally with a 3.30…

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