Found October 26, 2011 on
Arizona Wildcats Athletics:
Arizona (0-0, 0-0 Pac-12) hosts Seattle Pacific (0-0) in its first exhibition game prior to the start of the 2011-12 season Thursday in McKale Center.
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TUCSON It wasn't clear by his answer but if Arizona men's basketball coach Sean Miller has had more depth in his previous seven years as a head coach you'd have to think he'd remember because you'd know they were pretty darn good.
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Imagine my pleasant surprise when I saw on Twitter that Arizona‘s exhibition game was being televised Thursday evening. Imagine my shocked reaction when I watched the Wildcats lose to Division II Seattle Pacific, 69-68. Welcome to the 2011-2012 college basketball season!
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TUCSON - So much for the hype.
Then again, it was only an exhibition game, which was fortunate for Arizona since the result Thursday night was a 69-68 loss to visiting Division II Seattle Pacific at McKale Center.
"I'd like to say (I threw) a lot of things in the locker room and our guys didn't try," Arizona coach Sean Miller said, "(but) we're just...
"I have to give Seattle Pacific a lot of credit. They are disciplined, very well coached, and tonight they had three guys in double figures, like Jobi Wall with twenty-four points," said Miller.
Seatle Pacific got 24 points from Jobi Wall to defeat Arizona 69-68 at McKale center Thursday night. Read on to see how the game went.
Washington State will take the court for the first time this season when it hosts Seattle Pacific University in an exhibition matchup at Beasley Coliseum 1 p.m., Saturday.
Seattle Pacific downed Arizona, 69-68 in an exhibition game Thursday in McKale Center.