2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
21-6, 2nd in Pac-12
SC Featured: To Be A Mom (6:27)
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41dTory Z. Roy

To be a working mom in sports

Adia Barnes, Kerri Walsh Jennings and Candace Parker are superstars in their sports. They're working moms and facing the same misconceptions and challenges as mothers all over the world and are facing it with strength, vulnerability and grace.

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46dMechelle Voepel

Arizona ups Barnes deal to $5.85M over 5 years

Arizona and women's basketball coach Adia Barnes have agreed to new financial terms to her previously announced contract extension, the school announced Tuesday, which includes $5.85 million in base salary over five years.

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71dMechelle Voepel

Barnes joins Staley's staff for World Cup qualifier

Adia Barnes, who led Arizona to the national title game earlier this month, is joining the USA Basketball staff for a 2022 FIBA World Cup qualifying event in June.

Stephen A. gives props to women's NCAA basketball tournament (2:09)
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Arizona's Adia Barnes delivers powerful message (1:17)
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Stanford wins national championship in a game that comes down to the final shot (3:13)
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75dMechelle Voepel

Stanford holds off Arizona for first title since 1992

Led by Haley Jones, named Most Outstanding Player for the tournament, Stanford held off a resilient Arizona team 54-53 on Sunday to claim its first NCAA women's basketball championship in 29 years.

Stanford wins national title after locking up McDonald in final seconds (0:30)
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Pellington shakes multiple defenders for and-1 layup (0:18)
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Pellington gets the steal and fast-break bucket for Arizona (0:23)
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Arizona's Adia Barnes won't apologize for viral postgame moment (0:45)
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77dAndrea Adelson

Arizona's Barnes not sorry for postgame reaction

Arizona coach Adia Barnes said Saturday that she has nothing to apologize for after she used a middle finger and expletive in a postgame huddle with her team in the joyous moments after a 69-59 win over UConn in the women's Final Four.