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Hazzard pays for UA

Jacob Hazzard celebrates on the sideline during the Wildcats Senior Day win over Stanford (Photo courtesy: Arizona Athletics) Jacob Hazzard celebrates on the sideline during the Wildcats Senior Day win over Stanford (Photo courtesy: Arizona Athletics)
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Jacob Hazzard had nine points all season and matched that with three three-pointers in Saturday in Arizona’s 94-62 Senior Day win over the Stanford Cardinal.

It’s a new career-high for the senior from Los Angeles and grandson of UCLA Basketball standout and head coach Walt Hazzard.

Hazzard now has 40 points in his Wildcat career.

Our David Kelly sat down with him to talk about his UA Basketball experience.

Plus you can vote in our High Top Fade Showdown. Does Hazzard's hairdo match up to DK's old school version?

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