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  • Program provides opportunity for children with disabilities at Phoenix Open

    Part of Young Life’s Capernaum program, 10 children with disabilities assisted at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
  • Alika Williams, ASU baseball have major expectations for the 2020 season

    Alika Williams’ play has progressed as Arizona State's baseball’s success has grown, so what’s next for the talented player?
  • Devin Booker on All-Star snub: ‘I guess I should be quiet about it’

    Saying the league is different from what it used to be, Suns guard Devin Booker accepts the NBA All-Star Game snub for another year.
  • ASU’s season still alive in upcoming rivalry game against Arizona

    ASU men’s basketball is looking stronger and learning from mistakes in the previous game against Arizona Wildcats.
  • ASU women’s basketball builds confidence after historic weekend

    ASU women’s basketball continues to build confidence after historic weekend in Tempe that included victories of the No. 2 and No. 3 teams.
  • Small town to big city: Ryggs Johnston finds success with Arizona State golf

    Arizona State freshman golfer Ryggs Johnston might feel pressure adapting to life outside of Montana, but you wouldn't notice it on the golf course.
  • Chaparral’s Jack Miller could be Ohio State’s next star quarterback

    Ohio State head coach Ryan Day is known to have a big impact on quarterbacks who play under him. Chaparral quarterback Jack Miller could be his next star.
  • Suns’ Monty Williams, Devin Booker react to proposed rule changes

    The NBA is looking at some groundbreaking changes to their playoff formatting that could completely change the way the Phoenix Suns compete for a postseason berth.
  • How Open Division has played out for Arizona high school football

    Chandler and Saguaro will square off in Sun Devil Stadium in order to crown Arizona's first undisputed champion of high school football.
  • ASU’s Eno Benjamin cements legacy in Territorial Cup win

    Arizona State football captures their third consecutive territorial cup victory, 24-14, over their most hated rival, the University of Arizona. But on senior day, it was a junior that made the biggest impact.
  • Arizona universities work to secure prospects for new esports programs

    Schools take different approaches to recruiting for their esports programs because there is no defined standard. Esports didn’t exist 20 years ago.
  • Arizona State guard Jamie Loera continues to push through adversity

    Jamie Loera has had an injury-plagued start to her ASU women’s basketball career, but she is determined to return this season.
  • Ja’Tavia Tapley has excelled in new home with ASU women’s basketball

    Even while still getting acclimated to life as a Sun Devil, Tapley has quickly proven herself to be a valuable player for coach Charli Turner Thorne.
  • Ottawa University: from nonexistent to football playoff contenders in just two years

    Despite only opening its classrooms to students in 2017, the football program at Ottawa University has rapidly ascended to a playoff contender.
  • More than a name: Hamilton’s Brenden Rice hopes to forge own path

    A legacy runs deep when you are related to the greatest wide receiver ever. For Brenden Rice, it's about the legacy he makes separate from his father.
  • Ricky Rubio brings flashes of Steve Nash back to Phoenix Suns

    Devin Booker may be the face of the franchise, but Ricky Rubio has been a steadying force behind the Phoenix Suns’ success.
  • ‘Unbelievable’: Pinnacle’s J.D. Johnson grateful Michigan honored scholarship

    The Pinnacle quarterback and Michigan commit J.D. Johnson was forced to medically retire from football, but the Wolverines will honor his scholarship.
  • ASU women’s hoops confident despite key player losses

    After a Sweet Sixteen appearance for ASU women’s basketball, the Sun Devils look to build upon last season with a new-look lineup and playing style.
  • Reaction strong after racist taunts aimed at Salt River High athletes

    Salt River High School volleyball players were targets of racial taunts. Their governing body is organizing a committee to ensure it doesn’t happen again.
  • Phoenix Suns’ hot start linked to defense, ball movement

    For a Suns team led by athletic, young stars who haven’t recently been accustomed to winning basketball, Williams’ systematic stylings have proven critical.