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Update: University of Arizona sports on-air personalities up to 34

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Kenzie Fowler on the set at the Pac-12 Networks (Fowler Twitter photo)

Kenzie Fowler on the set at the Pac-12 Networks (Fowler Twitter photo)

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ARIZONA PRODUCTS BEHIND THE MIC

ATHLETES (21)

Baseball (2)
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Football (8)
*Also played basketball
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Men’s basketball (6)
**Also played baseball
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Softball (5)
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Swimming (1)
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COACHES (2)

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JOURNALISTS/UA STAFF (11)

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Site founder and award-winning sports journalist Javier Morales has published his first e-book, “The Highest Form of Living”, a fiction piece about a young man who overcomes a troubled upbringing without his lost father and wayward mother through basketball and hope. His hope is realized through the sport he loves. Basketball enables him to get past his fears. His experience on the court indirectly brings him closer to his parents in a unique, heartfelt way. Please order it at Amazon (for only $4.99) by clicking on the photo:
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A special thanks to Brett Fera for alerting me on Twitter yesterday of more University of Arizona sports on-air personalities.

Here are the Tweets he sent me and Anthony Gimino, who alerted me of former Arizona softball players Kenzie Fowler and Leah O’Brien-Amico behind the mic recently:

Some Tweets involving the Arizona products on the air:

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ALLSPORTSTUCSON.com publisher, writer and editor Javier Morales is a former Arizona Press Club award winner. He has also written articles for Bleacher Report and Lindy’s College Sports.

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