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    ASU baseball players Spencer Torkelson and Alika Williams and Arizona's Austin Wells were named to D1Baseball's Preseason teams.
  • Arizona Wildcats blow out ASU Sun Devils in Pac-12 opener

    The No. 25 Arizona Wildcats defeated the Arizona State Sun Devils 75-47 in Saturday night's Pac-12 Conference opener in Tucson.
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    The No. 15 Arizona Wildcats rebounded from their first loss of the season with a 99-49 blowout win over Omaha on Wednesday night.
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    The No. 12 Arizona's undefeated 2019-20 campaign came to an end of Saturday, as the Wildcats fell to the No. 18 Baylor Bears, 63-58.
  • 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.
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    A go-ahead home run by Dejah Mulipola lifted Arizona softball over the Washington Huskies and into the WCWS second round.
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    Scottsdale native and former Desert Mountain High School quarterback has been named the starter for the Carolina Panthers' Week 17 game against the Saints.
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    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.