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  • Stankiewicz’s love of baseball became a family affair

    From a father to his children, the Stankiewicz’s love of baseball became a family affair.
  • ASU’s Kodi Justice, Shannon Evans hope to extend basketball careers, work out for Suns

    Phoenix Suns hosted ASU’s Kodi Justice and Shannon Evans II on Tuesday morning for pre-draft workouts. Both believe they can keep playing at a high level.
  • ‘We are staying the course’: ASU retains baseball coach Tracy Smith

    Ray Anderson says ASU will retain baseball coach Tracy Smith, praising his recruiting and culture while setting high expectations for 2019
  • As states legalize gambling, media must address coverage

    Many outlets have reported on the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision on bettors or future bettors and the gambling industry itself, but what is underreported is how this decision, and subsequent state legalization, will impact the creation and consumption of sports content.
  • Blocking shots remains important part of Brittney Griner’s game

    Brittney Griner led the WNBA in blocks in each of her first five seasons and isn’t just on pace to set the all-time record for the statistics. She’s going to squash it like a bug on a windshield.
  • GCU’s wait for NCAA Tournament bid continues after conference loss

    GCU baseball suffered an early exit in its first-ever WAC Tournament, bowing out in two games to bring another promising season to an end.
  • How would a Suns’ backcourt of Devin Booker, Luka Doncic operate?

    The Deandre Ayton vs. Luka Doncic debate is engulfing the basketball world.
  • ‘The closer’: Gov. Ducey credited with sealing Arizona Super Bowl bid

    Arizona Cardinals President Michael Bidwill credited Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey for helping seal the state’s Super Bowl proposal and outlined plans for the 2023 Super Bowl.
  • ASU softball brings one-two pitching punch to super regional

    The Arizona State softball pitching duo of Giselle Juarez and Breanna Macha could be the key to success in the super regional starting Friday.
  • ASU’s Torkelson, Cal’s Vaughn already connected before home run race

    Cal’s Andrew Vaughn and ASU’s Spencer Torkelson have been engulfed in a home run race all season.
  • Arizona ultrarunners turn nocturnal during summer months

    Arizona’s growing community of ultrarunners find ways to keep racing during sweltering summer months. The Insomniac Night Series provides an outlet for all types of distance runners to race safety and build relationships in the process.
  • Mom’s the word: Mothers run routes, learn safety at Cardinals camp

    Arizona high school football moms learned about their sons’ safety on the field and techniques at their positions at the Arizona Cardinals youth football camp. Fifteen mothers participated in on-field drills alongside their sons.
  • Super Bowl coming back to Arizona in 2023

    The Super Bowl is returning to Arizona in 2023. Super Bowl LVII will be the fourth Super Bowl held in the Phoenix metropolitan area and third since 2008.
  • Globalization of tennis fuels debate, sparked assembly of ASU men’s team

    Collegiate tennis has experienced a boom in foreign competitors over the years. The development helped Arizona State field its inaugural men’s tennis team.
  • High school players learn skills, lifestyle tips at Cardinals youth camp

    Former NFL players share their wisdom at the Arizona Cardinals youth football camp. The camp teaches high school students about healthy living and the necessary position skills to continue their football careers.
  • Change of scenery: Transfers find challenges followed by opportunity at ASU

    Baseball and lacrosse at Arizona State are just a couple of the sports that have been boosted from transfers, who have quickly adjusted to the surroundings in Tempe.
  • Is this the year both ASU, Arizona miss out on baseball postseason?

    Both the Arizona State and Arizona baseball programs might miss the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1996
  • Despite WNBA’s recent success, players think league could do more

    The WNBA considers last season one of its most successful, with average game attendance reaching a six-year high and record-breaking numbers in merchandising and social media engagement.
  • The AAF has investors, TV deal, and now Neuheisel coaching in the Valley

    Rick Neuheisel, who grew up just miles from Sun Devil Stadium, was named coach of the Phoenix franchise in the upstart Alliance of American Football league Friday.
  • ‘Hotel living,’ long drives: NBA’s two-way contract provide challenges

    Between Prescott Valley, where the G League Northern Arizona Suns play, and Phoenix is 92 miles of highway. Danuel House and Alec Peters are quite familiar with a route that is their regular commute to play for the Suns. It’s just another day in the life of a two-way player.