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  • Kindra Hackbarth’s transfer to ASU led to All-American softball campaign

    After almost quitting the sport, Arizona State softball outfielder Kindra Hackbarth was named an All-American this season.
  • Street cred: ‘Muhammad Ali Way’ helps keep mission of boxing great

    On the third anniversary of Ali’s passing, friends and family came together to honor the former t champion with the unveiling of "Muhammad Ali Way."
  • Once a defensive standout, Rattlers’ Harrington reinvents himself as WR

    Jarrod Harrington started his football career as a defensive standout. He is now an offensive star on the Arizona Rattlers,
  • Hunter Bishop, ASU baseball

    ‘It’s pretty emotional’: ASU baseball ready for first regional since 2016

    The Arizona State Sun Devils are headed back to the NCAA regionals after a two-season hiatus from the college baseball postseason.
  • Arizona Wildcats softball celebration

    Arizona softball ends Women’s College World Series drought

    "One team, one heartbeat." The Arizona Wildcats softball team is headed back to the Women’s College World Series for the first team since 2010.
  • Latest Major League Soccer expansion talks don’t include Phoenix

    With the goal of 30 teams becoming a clearer reality, the MLS board of governors has now narrowed its field by two more. Phoenix is not one of those two.
  • Texas baseball commit Tucker has hopes for Mountain Pointe, beyond

    Carson Tucker has big plans. Mountain Pointe’s junior shortstop has already decided the University of Texas will be the next stop in his baseball career.
  • Murray? Rosen? Cardinals remain coy about QB decision in NFL draft

    Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim and coach Kliff Kingsbury addressed the quarterback situation for the upcoming NFL draft. Sort of.
  • I am woman, hear me ‘fore’: ASU golfers part of historic Augusta event

    Sofia Anokhina was among the field of the first 30 women to compete at Augusta National in the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur.
  • ASU baseball players learn to embrace ‘tough love’ workouts

    ASU’s baseball athletic trainer and strength and conditioning coach said players have to manage their workouts and recovery properly.
  • Joey Daccord makes history, becomes first ASU player in NHL

    Goaltender Joey Daccord became the first Arizona State player to play in the NHL last week after signing with the Ottawa Senators.
  • Suns hope to redirect future, find stability amid lost season

    At the end of a season that began with so much hope for improvement, the Phoenix Suns find themselves in virtually the same place they were a year earlier. In stagnation.
  • ASU’s Burr, Esmay carving out new roles in White Sox organization

    Not long after Ryan Burr got the call, so did Tim Esmay. Or at least Esmay got the text.
  • Sushi, steaks and truffle salt: Rockies are fed well at Salt River Fields

    To hear Colorado Rockies catcher Chris Iannetta tell it, Tyler Hines might be the master chef at a fine Denver restaurant.
  • Shelby Miller optimistic about post-Diamondbacks life

    After a flop with the Arizona Diamondbacks, Shelby Miller moves back home to Texas to play for the Rangers.
  • Murray? Rosen? Kingsbury remains coy when asked about Cards’ pick

    Kliff Kingsbury discussed the difference between NFL and college coaches while discussing the team’s plans for the No. 1 pick.
  • Ball and Oats: ASU’s Hurley to face former team, assistant in tourney

    For the second straight time in this tournament, Arizona State coach Bobby Hurley is matched up against a familiar face on the opposite bench: Buffalo.
  • Babies and baseball: Diamondbacks pitchers are learning dual roles

    Welcoming a baby is always an exciting time for new parents, but for MLB players, it comes with challenges. Two D-backs know this well.
  • Diamondbacks believe spring training culture will help team find identity

    Even after the loss of multiple big-name players, the Diamondbacks are confident spring training will help team find identity.
  • Kelly, Joseph prepare for roles as part of Diamondbacks’ catching trio

    With spring training of the third year of the Mike Hazen-Torey Lovullo era underway, the Diamondbacks appear likely to again carry three catchers on their Opening Day roster.