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  • ‘On cloud 9’: 4 years ago, Ryan Hingst made ASU baseball history

    Four years ago, Ryan Hingst made ASU baseball history when he pitched the program's 10th no-hitter, calling it the best baseball moment in his career.
  • A dove, a fastball and the day D-backs’ Randy Johnson had PETA calling

    A look back on the day Randy Johnson made baseball history for the Arizona Diamondbacks in one of the most bizarre ways possible.
  • On this night, Suns’ Booker did something Jordan and Bird never did

    Until this day three years ago today, only five players in NBA history had scored 70 points or more in a game. On March 24, 2017, Devin Booker of the Suns joined them.
  • “Ko-be! Ko-be!” Bryant’s last trip to Phoenix was memorable for Booker, fans

    Kobe Bryant terrorized the Phoenix Suns for two decades. For one night in 2016, all of that was forgotten as the Suns and their fans celebrated him.
  • Out of the shadow: Dasean Lecque chasing success of Suns’ Jalen Lecque

    Desert Vista sophomore Dasean Lecque – the younger brother to Phoenix Suns rookie Jalen Lecque – transferred from New Jersey to high school in Arizona.
  • Pac-12 officiating has improved, despite complaints, commissioner says

    The Pac-12 believes it has made some strides in officiating. Larry Scott likes the changes and thinks basketball is in a good spot as well.
  • Coronavirus shakes Arizona sports with more postponements, cancellations

    The sports world is reacting to the coronavirus by canceling many events, leaving much uncertainty among players, fans and leagues.
  • As crowd watches Pac-12 Tournament, NCAA says no fans for March Madness

    Stakes are high for the Arizona Wildcats and Arizona State Sun Devils in the Pac-12 men's basketball tournament that starts Wednesday in Las Vegas.
  • ASU women hopes to bounce back with strong showing in Pac-12 Tournament

    The Arizona State women’s basketball team heads into the Pac-12 Tournament without Kiara Russell but hoping to play its best before the NCAA Tournament.
  • Standout freshman Benson, pitching coach Kelly reunite at ASU

    ASU pitching coach Jason Kelly and freshman pitcher Cooper Benson met long before they arrived in Tempe in a reunion of sorts.
  • ASU catcher Maddi Hackbarth is determined to make school history

    ASU softball senior Maddi Hackbarth was one home run short of tying the Sun Devils single-season record in 2019, looks to compete for the record in 2020.
  • Torres, Preston shine in Kajikawa Classic as ASU softball starts strong

    Alynah Torres and Madison Preston certainly had themselves impressive Sun Devil softball debuts while at the Kajikawa Classic.
  • ‘Ready to bust this thing open’: ASU softball has high expectations in 2020

    Expectations are high for ASU softball this year, as it ranked in the top 25 in four different preseason polls released in late January
  • GCU ‘Apex Legends’ players adjusting to new season for battle royale title

    Players of Grand Canyon University’s “Apex Legends” team must learn to adjust their strategy with the release of Season 4.
  • ASU pitcher Will Levine turning heads after returning with strong arm, focus

    After a rocky freshman year, Will Levine refocused himself over summer. He's blowing teammates and coaches away with his much-improved fastball.
  • ASU softball nearing completion of ‘state of the art’ hitting facility

    TEMPE – Trisha Ford had a vision for the Arizona State softball program when she took the head coaching position in 2016. Thus far, she has led the Sun Devils to three postseason appearances in three seasons, including a trip back to the Women’s College World Series in 2018 after a five-year absence. The team […]
  • Arizona State baseball may have finally found its closer in RJ Dabovich

    After struggling to find consistent bullpen arms for so long, ASU might have finally found its guy for the back end of the bullpen: Dabovich.
  • ASU softball prepares for season with a new-look outfield

    Two of ASU softball's dominant outfielders may have graduated, but Kindra Hackbarth and the new starters are trying to remain the top OF in the country.
  • Transfers make up more than half of GCU basketball’s roster

    Seven of the 13 players on GCU's roster are transfers. Dan Majerle believes signing transfers help his team stay competitive while younger players develop.
  • Ja’Tavia Tapley has found trust, success with ASU women’s basketball

    Ja’Tavia Tapley has played for three coaches in four years, but Charli Turner Thorne has found a way to get the most out of the graduate transfer.