Since the late 1980’s, Quad Rugby has been a competitive and popular sport on campus. As a member of the United States Quad Rugby Association, the team competes in at least two tournaments per semester and has received high honors at Nationals in the last few years. Players have three practices per week and are expected to do strength and conditioning at least three times per week.
In the 13-year history of the Women’s Basketball team, our athletes have become one of the most competitive teams in the nation, winning the NWBA Championships in 2012 and 2014. The team travels around the country to compete against both men and women. The athletes practice four days a week in addition to their strength and conditioning training three days a week.
UA Adaptive Athletics actively recruits top athletes from around the US and abroad. To recruit and retain our most promising junior and student athletes we must be able to offer scholarships that competitive compared to other universities.
All University of Arizona adaptive athletic opportunities are open to both students and community members. Because of the competitive nature of our teams, all potential players must be deemed eligible by coaching staff and must meet any national standards for classification.
Adaptive Athletics actively recruits top athletes from around the US and abroad. To recruit and retain our most promising junior and student athletes, we offer a range of scholarships. Some of our scholarships come directly from fundraised dollars.
The most successful and comprehensive program of its kind, the University of Arizona Adaptive Athletics Program houses six competitive teams as well as an adaptive fitness center. In its 40 year history, Adaptive Athletics has sent 27 athletes to the Paralympics and has won a number of national titles, making this program a leader in the adaptive and wheelchair sports community. With excellent disability and athletics resources, and weather that allows for competition and training year round, UA is home to a dynamic and vibrant wheelchair and adaptive sports community.
UA Men's Wheelchair Basketball was ranked #4 in the NWBA Championship Division in 2012-2013.
The University of Arizona Men’s Wheelchair Basketball team has been competing since 1974 and is currently a member of the Championship Division. The men compete in an average of 30 games per season and travel throughout the US and internationally. The UA also hosts home tournaments throughout the season. The team practices five times per week, in addition to two days a week of strength and conditioning training.
- In 2012-2013, the team finished #4 in the NWBA Championship Division.