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  • Valley natives Julie Ertz, Jessica McDonald win ESPY as part of USWNT

    After winning some notable hardware earlier in the week, Valley natives Julie Ertz and Jessica McDonald took home yet another honor Wednesday night.
  • Bishop makes ABCA All-American first team; Tork second, Quintana third

    ASU teammates Hunter Bishop and Spencer Torkelson appear on the ABCA's first and second All-American Teams while UofA's Nick Quintana makes the third.
  • Sun Devils, Wildcats and other Arizona-linked MLB Draft picks

    ASU outfielder Hunter Bishop was the first 2019 MLB Draft pick groomed in the state of Arizona off the board. Who else from the state went in the draft?
  • UA softball falls to ‘Bama, eliminated from Women’s College World Series

    The University of Arizona softball team was eliminated from the Women's College World Series after falling to Alabama on Saturday.
  • Mulipola’s HR pushes Arizona softball over Washington in WCWS opener

    A go-ahead home run by Dejah Mulipola lifted Arizona softball over the Washington Huskies and into the WCWS second round.
  • Reigning champion Wildcats fall in NCAA women’s golf semifinals

    By beating the Arizona Wildcats in the semifinals, Duke goes into the title match against Wake Forest in the NCAA women's golf championship.
  • Scottsdale Desert Mountain’s Kyle Allen named Panthers starter

    Scottsdale native and former Desert Mountain High School quarterback has been named the starter for the Carolina Panthers' Week 17 game against the Saints.
  • Every Pac-12 South team’s road to the conference championship

    Now 11 weeks into the season, there is still no clear-cut favorite to win the Pac-12 South, but if ASU wins out, the Sun Devils will head to Santa Clara.
  • Alliance of American Football introduces Arizona team name

    The Arizona Hotshots is one of eight teams in the new pro football league that kicks off its first season in February. The team will play each home game at ASU's Sun Devil Stadium.
  • Pinnacle five-star point guard Nico Mannion commits to Arizona

    A five-star recruit and point guard from Pinnacle High School in Phoenix, Nico Mannion, has committed to the University of Arizona, per his announcement on social media.