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  • Pinnacle basketball: 3 Division I recruits, 3 different sports, 1 team

    PHOENIX– Charlie Wilde finds himself in a unique situation. In an era of young athletes specializing in one sport, the Pinnacle High School basketball coach has a team stocked with three highly recruited student-athletes who each play a different one. Senior forward Calvin Schapira is a fireball-throwing left-handed pitcher from the baseball team that is […]
  • No tall tale: Gruber making difference for ASU hockey

    In his sophomore season, Brett Gruber is second on the Arizona State hockey team with 14 points as his role continues to grow.
  • Hamilton football’s Hunter Mayginnes poised for next level

    Hamilton offensive lineman Mayginnes is poised for continued success at the next level. Odds are good it will be Arizona State.
  • No. 16 ASU gears up for red-hot Stanford, Pickens

    With Arizona State men’s basketball in the midst of an up-and-down start to conference play, the Sun Devils head north for a trip to the Bay Area
  • ‘It’s a historical day’: UA introduces first African-American head football coach

    On the heels of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the University of Arizona introduced the football program’s first African-American head coach.
  • Tyson Chandler will have lasting impact on Suns

    Jay Triano and Josh Jackson discuss how Tyson Chandler is using his experience to mold the Phoenix Suns youthful roster into a future contender.
  • It took 10 years, but ASU men’s tennis back in action

    To say Arizona State men’s tennis coach Matt Hill is looking forward to the program’s first match would be an understatement.
  • Coyotes hope Duclair trade can trigger reversal of fortunes

    PHOENIX — The Arizona Coyotes hope a trade is just what they need to turn around their worst season start in team history. Forward Anthony Duclair and defenseman Adam Clendening were traded to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for forwards Richard Panik and Laurent Dauphin, general manager John Chayka said Wednesday. “It was a long […]
  • ‘It means a lot’: Ekman-Larsson humbled with 2nd All-Star Game selection

    He was nervous the first time but the Coyotes' Oliver Ekman-Larsson excited about his second selection to NHL All-Star Game.
  • Fiesta Bowl coaches, A.D. react to ASU football hire, structure

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Arizona State made headlines when it chose to fire football coach Todd Graham. Not only was the hiring of Herm Edwards a surprise but so, too, was the announcement of a new leadership model that would reflect an NFL structure. The decisions by Vice President of Athletics Ray Anderson attracted national attention. […]
  • ‘I listen to him’: ASU seniors reflect on Todd Graham, final game

    As Arizona State enters its Sun Bowl game against North Carolina State, seniors reflect on their careers and reaching the finish line with Todd Graham.
  • Still work in progress, Suns’ Bender confident about growth

    Power forward Dragan Bender, Phoenix Suns remains confident with his progress as he maneuvers his way through the NBA landscape.
  • Once a victim, Cardinals David Johnson supports anti-bullying campaign

    Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson is no stranger to the issue of childhood bullying.
  • Graham, Sun Devils upbeat as they begin bowl preparations

    Arizona State football players, Todd Graham update during bowl practice Friday despite coach's impending departure from program
  • Suns forward Warren leads team by example, not words

    PHOENIX — While Phoenix Suns players such as guard Devin Booker, forward Josh Jackson and center Tyson Chandler are consistently bombarded with media questions following practice, forward T.J. Warren can often be seen with his head down and his warm-up hood on, trying to attract as little attention as possible as he leaves the court. […]