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  • Journey of D-backs’ Takahashi shows value of being multilingual

    Baseball has become increasingly bilingual in the last half century, with more than a quarter of major league players coming from Latin American countries.
  • LSU’s Tracy breaks ASU Gonzalez’s record, thanks Desert Vista’s Culp

    After transferring from Division II to LSU, kicker Cole Tracy broke the NCAA record for most career field goals. He topped the mark set by Zane Gonzalez.
  • On heels of bowl loss, Arizona State players optimistic

    Even after Arizona State’s loss in Las Vegas Bowl, players are confident football culture is better in Tempe with Herm Edwards.
  • A bookie, a bet, a basketball player: The scandal that rocked ASU

    Stevin ‘Hedake’ Smith was poised to be a first roud draft pick. After racking up $10,000 in debt, he turned to point-shaving.
  • Cardinals’ Coleman shares unique journey with deaf students

    PHOENIX — The vibrations of a drum and the cheers of students resound through a packed gymnasium. Those vibrations are what some in the crowd rely on to feel what others can hear. Arizona Cardinals fullback Derrick Coleman, the first legally deaf offensive player in the NFL, took a microphone at the Phoenix Day School […]
  • Moving on: ASU WR Harry declares for NFL Draft

    Junior wide receiver N’Keal Harry announced his decision to forgo his senior season and declare for the 2019 NFL Draft on Monday.
  • Showdown on the Rez: ASU trip to Navajo Nation rewarding for all

    Arizona State women’s basketball trip to the reservation was about more than just a basketball game as it influenced many of the Navajo people.
  • Mikal Bridges’ day begins with one thing in mind: domination

    Using a “dominate the day” mentality, Mikal Bridges is becoming a mainstay in the Phoenix Suns lineup. The team is excited about the rookie's future.
  • With Pac-12 South title in sight, Edwards focuses on UCLA

    ASU has a chance to claim its first Pac-12 South title since 2013, but coach Herm Edwards made it clear Monday he is focused on UCLA.
  • ‘The stars came out’: Drogba helps send Phoenix Rising into title game

    With the help of numerous fans traveling from Arizona, the Rising and Drogba knocked out the USL Western Conference regular-season champions in their own stadium.
  • Don’t sweat it? Actually, Northern Arizona Suns say, ‘Please do’

    Concerns about dehydration have the Northern Arizona Suns working closely with Gatorade to measure the athletes with "sweat tests."
  • Phoenix Rising fueled by painful memory as playoff push continues

    Phoenix Rising will play Swope Park Rangers in the United Soccer League Western Conference Semifinals Friday with revenge on the mind.
  • Didier Drogba sparks Phoenix Rising to playoff victory

    Phoenix Rising’s historic season continues, as the Rising beat Portland Timbers 2 in the Western Conference quarterfinals.
  • Phoenix Rising set to host first-ever USL home playoff game

    The Phoenix Rising's hot September has cooled off, but the team is set to host its first-ever USL home playoff game against the Portland Timbers 2.
  • Suns’ Deandre Ayton has 1,000 reasons he wants to face friend Luka Doncic

    Deandre Ayton has a score to settle with Luka Doncic, whom he squares off with on Wednesday. It's not just basketball. It's ping pong. And $1,000.
  • Rosen confident, Wilks realistic Cardinals can fix broken offense

    The Arizona Cardinals sit at 1-5 on the season with an offense that ranks last in the NFL. Coach Steve Wilks said Monday that he feels jobs are on the line, while rookie quarterback Josh Rosen said he feels the team has yet to play up to its full potential.
  • Suns’ Booker on Ayton: ‘My job is to make it special for him’

    With Deandre Ayton set to begin his NBA career on Wednesday, Devin Booker hopes to give the rookie more wins than he experienced early in his career.
  • Former Blackhawks hope to help Coyotes turn around fortunes

    Some former Chicago Blackhawks are hoping to help the Coyotes return to the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time since 2012.
  • ASU women’s soccer has some international flavor

    Graham Winkworth’s first ASU women’s soccer recruiting class featured five international players from Germany, England, the Netherlands, Japan and Mexico.
  • The Arizona Coyotes are focused on starting the new season strong

    After an up-and-down 2017-18 season, the Coyotes are focused on starting the new season strong. Last year, they lost their first 11 games.