Arizona, which finished regular season play 22-8 overall and 13-5 in the Pac-10, is in the NCAA tournament for only the fifth time in school history. The last time the Cats were in the tournament, they were the No. 8 seed in the Mideast during the 2000 tournament. They downed No. 9 seed Kent in the first round, but came up short against No. 1 seed Tennessee in the second game.
Wildcat women earn East's six seed
Arizona will travel to Manhattan, Kans., to take on 11th-seeded Notre Dame (19-10) on Sunday, Mar. 23. The second game of that doubleheader will feature host and No. 3 seed Kansas State (28-4) against 14th-seeded Harvard (22-4). The second-round game will be played on Tuesday, Mar. 25. Game times are still to be announced, and all contests in this year's women's tournament are slated for broadcast on ESPN.
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