The Arizona Wildcats have found their new men’s basketball head coach. Gonzaga’s associate head coach Tommy Lloyd will now take the helm in Tucson for the Wildcats. Lloyd has spent the last 20 seasons with the Gonzaga Bulldogs as coach Mark Few’s right-hand man.
The Arizona Wildcats reportedly have a new head coach, and he may be inheriting a program that’s about to lose one of its most promising young players. Freshman guard Kerr Kriisa is planning to enter the NCAA transfer portal on Thursday, according to ESPN’s Jonathan Givony. I’m hoping to hear what my options are, but I’m still open to returning to Arizona depending on how things shake out,” Kriisa told Givony.
Stock Rising No draft prospect made a better final impression on WNBA teams than Aari McDonald as she was the star of the NCAA Tournament as she led the Arizona Wildcats to the national championship game and had a shot to win the title at the buzzer. Over those six games on the biggest stage of her career, McDonald delivered with averages of 24.8 points, 6.2 rebounds, 2.3 steals, 3.6 3-pointers made on 47.8% shooting from distance, while playing 35.5 minutes per game.