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  • GCU investing in sports medicine as part of move to Division I

    Grand Canyon University is adding 2,500 feet of space to the school’s sports medicine facility. It will cost between $500,000 and $1 million.
  • Coyotes rookies hope to leave lasting impression

    The day of an Arizona Coyotes rookie begins at 8 a.m. and doesn’t end until 9 p.m.
  • September an opportunity for minor leaguers to fulfill lifelong dream

    Every September, MLB roster limits expand from 25 to 40 players, giving players like Matt Koch the chance to realize a lifelong dream.
  • Women’s hockey is growing in the desert

    As women's hockey participation grows nationwide and explodes in Arizona, ASU and GCU are adding women's club hockey teams.
  • Curtain falling on career of ‘one of the best players in the world’

    Penny Taylor wraps up a WNBA career in which she won three championships. Taylor, Diana Taurasi and others reflect on the Australian's impact.
  • Former D-backs catcher Chad Moeller finds passion in teaching

    Chad Moeller, who helped train Tim Tebow for his recent baseball tryout, hosts hitting, catching and pitching clinics along with baseball camps.
  • Mercury’s Kelsey Bone to take anthem protests into WNBA playoffs

    The Mercury's Kelsey Bone is taking her social justice protest to the WNBA playoffs.
  • Mofford saved Cactus League from extinction

    Near the end of spring training in 1990, MLB Commissioner Fay Vincent came to Arizona Gov. Rose Mofford with an ultimatum, according to former Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jim Bruner.
  • ASU coach Todd Graham on Texas Tech game: ‘It should’ve been a blowout’

    Arizona State coach Todd Graham said nearly half of Texas Tech's points came on "misalignments and things like that, all things we can correct."
  • ‘Disappointed’ Arians on Cardinals loss to Pats: ‘Give us another week’

    After coming up a kick short against the Patriots, questions of is-the- sky-falling descended on the shoulders of the Super Bowl favored Arizona Cardinals.
  • Arizona State pass defense faces big test vs. Texas Tech

    Arizona State’s pass defense hopes to improve on a hit-or-miss 2015 season through coaching changes, new talent and greater attention to detail.
  • ASU’s Zane Gonzalez on record-breaking course

    Arizona State kicker Zane Gonzalez is used to breaking records. The four-year starter marks them off like notches in a belt.
  • ASU swimmers bring Olympic experience back to Tempe

    Two weeks ago, Sun Devil swimmer Katarina Simonovic glided through the water under a warm Tempe sun at the Mona Plummer Aquatic Complex.
  • Michael Phelps achieves ‘closure’ in Rio, ready to coach at ASU

    In winning his 23rd gold medal, Michael Phelps put an exclamation point on his historic Olympic swim career. Now he will return home to Arizona.
  • Arizona athletes increase USA medal count

    Sixteen Arizona athletes are competing at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games and working to ensure Team USA comes home with as many medals as possible.
  • Not winning gold best thing to happen to Olympian Judi Adams

    Phoenix native Judi Adams rose to the precipice of competing on a world stage, but Cold War politics threw up a road block that delayed her Olympic dream.
  • Former Pac-12 players Walsh Jennings, Ross dig new partnership

    April Ross and Kerri Walsh Jennings dig their new volleyball partnership and hope to win gold in the 2016 Rio Olympics.
  • Rio marks 18th Olympics for Arizona man

    Olympians spend their entire lives preparing for the games; Chuck Brandt has spent a lifetime attending them.
  • Chase Kalisz credits ASU’s Bob Bowman, Michael Phelps for his first medal win

    Georgia product and mentee of Bob Bowman thanked the Arizona State swimming coach and Michael Phelps after winning a medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
  • Taurasi looking to join elite list with four Olympic gold medals in basketball

    LOS ANGELES — Earning four Olympic gold medals is a feat that only two basketball players, male or female, have ever accomplished. Diana Taurasi, along with teammates Sue Bird and Tamika Catchings, will lengthen that list with a gold medal in next month’s Summer Olympics. “Being selected to the Olympics again means a lot to […]