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  • ASU punter Michael Sleep-Dalton hopes for consistency in 2018

    Coming off an injury-plagued and disappointing 2017 season, ASU punter Michael Sleep-Dalton is hoping to find consistency and success in 2018.
  • Phoenix Suns experience stigma of being bad NBA team

    Teams like the Phoenix Suns, Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks are stuck in a loop of losing and being viewed as a team that's tanking.
  • ASU baseball players reminisce about Cape Cod memories

    It was just two months of the year, but five Arizona State players had the time of their lives playing in the Cape Cod Baseball League.
  • Eye on the ball: Humidor debuts in Diamondbacks opener

    The Diamondbacks debuted a humidor Opening Day in an attempt to reduce home runs at Chase Field, the ballpark with the second-highest elevation in the MLB.
  • FC Arizona hoping addition of Lee Lynch brings a little luck of the Irish

    FC Arizona midfielder Lee Lynch may be far from his native Ireland, but he feels at home in the desert with a soccer ball at his feet.
  • ASU’s Torkelson honors Barry Bonds by breaking his freshman HR record

    Spencer Torkelson grew up going to Giants games to watch Barry Bonds play. Now the freshman is in the same breath as Bonds as he tries to make history.
  • Arizona Diamondbacks set to play ball in 20th anniversary season

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are set to begin play in their 20th anniversary season. High hopes surround the team ahead of 2018 Opening Day game.
  • Phoenix Suns rookie Josh Jackson figuring it out in 2018

    Phoenix Suns' Josh Jackson had a rough first half to his rookie year. Injuries to Devin Booker and TJ Warren have forced Jackson to adapt and improve.
  • ASU’s Hollman, Montreal Canadiens’ Gallagher bond over hockey and family

    Arizona State forward Dylan Hollman shares a special connection with his cousin, Montreal Canadiens star Brendan Gallagher.
  • Next man up: ASU receivers must adjust with loss of John Humphrey

    TEMPE, Ariz. — In sports, injuries are part of the game. Unfortunately, Arizona State redshirt junior receiver John Humphrey is learning that the hard way after he tore his Achilles tendon March 20 during spring football practice. For those on the team, it was tough to watch a teammate suffer like that, especially when the […]
  • The End of Guard U: ASU’s seniors go out with loss to Syracuse

    DAYTON, Ohio — Once the top story in college basketball and nearly the top-ranked team, Arizona State made the NCAA Tournament by the skin of its teeth. All the naysayers and critics didn’t matter, just the fact that the Sun Devils had at least one more game to prove themselves. But although you can wipe […]
  • TicketGuardian 500 showcases renovation project at ISM Raceway

    ISM Raceway is currently renovating their racetrack. The project is $178 million and will add granstands to the opposite side of the track.
  • Arizona State’s Courtney Ekmark ready to return to familiar March setting

    Arizona State's Courtney Ekmark got used to deep runs in the NCAA Tournament while with Connecticut. Now with ASU, Ekmark is eager to get back on the court.
  • Big names highlight Tony La Russa’s charity event for animals

    Tony La Russa hosted his "Champions Dinner" at Steak 44 in Phoenix to raise money and awareness for his Animal Rescue Foundation.
  • New start: Herm Edwards brings fresh energy to ASU spring football

    After eight years away from the game, new coach Herm Edwards brings his trademark intensity to the first ASU spring practice.