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ASU women's basketball eyes momentum shift in Pac-12 tournament...

Arizona State women's basketball probably is securely into the NCAA Tournament for the first time in three years no matter what happens in the Pac-12 Tournament. But Friday's quarterfinal against USC in Seattle is important, because the Sun Devils (22-8) are just 2-5 in their past seven games and need some momentum to fuel their postseason.

ASU water polo coach Todd Clapper receives coaching award

After a 26-win campaign last season, Todd Clapper is receiving some hardware. see more

Escobedo almost perfect in first road game

After throwing a no-hitter on Tuesday, Dallas Escobedo opened in the circle for ASU against fifth ranked Michigan, and no only threw a shutout, but was perfect until the sixth. see more

Jones sees major interest

Sheriron Jones has six offers and the four-star quarterback said last weekend at the RCS Southern California that more could be on the way.

Rivals250 WR has ASU in early top three [$]

Arizona State is one of three schools currently making the biggest impression on a Rivals250 recruit with aspirations of playing both ways and also as a return specialist at the next level.

No favorite teams for Reed

Former Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks standouts Marcus Rios and Alex Van Dyke have ended up at UCLA but there is no guarantee L.J. Reed is going to play for the Bruins.

ASU baseball weekend series: vs. Tennessee

ASU baseball weekend series No. 21 Tennessee at Arizona State When: 6:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 12:30 p.m. Sunday.

Rick Ankiel: The most interesting man in the baseball world

Rick Ankiel's career never made sense, but it was always fun to watch. see more

ASU Basketball Roundtable: Discussing Jahii Carson's decision...

Our writers discuss whether or not Jahii Carson is making a wise decision by leaving school after his sophomore year. It seems like everyone has an opinion on Jahii Carson. Most have been critical of the 5-foot-10 point guard this season, pointing to his lack of improvement as a reason the team remains on the bubble. However, one thing that cannot be debated is that Carson turned around this Arizona State basketball program and made it relevant in the valley once again. So, with the news that h

ASU tennis travels to Washington to begin tough section of schedu...

An unusual Friday match will pit ASU against a team that jumped 16 spots in the ITA rankings after defeating two ranked opponents. see more

ASU baseball: Ryan Burr moves back to the bullpen

Burr will move back to his desired closer role after starting just three games this season. ASU pitching coach Ken Knutson won’t mind spending less time with sophomore pitcher Ryan Burr. "When he’s not pitching, he’s sort of a pain in the ass because he doesn't get to play," Knutson admitted. Burr, the Sun Devils’ Friday night starter for the first three weeks of the season, announced via Twitter Monday afternoon that he’s making the switch back to closer, where he set the school’s freshman sav

ASU Football Pro Day: What to watch for

Arizona State football players with aspirations of turning pro will run through combine-like drills on campus on Friday. It's hard to fathom that Will Sutton and Carl Bradford could wear any colors other than maroon and gold, but come fall, the Sun Devils' dynamic pass rushing duo will be competing in the NFL. After spending Todd Graham's first two seasons in Tempe wrangling up quarterbacks and chasing down ball carriers in the backfield together, Sutton and Bradford will likely end up in se

ASU offers 2016 QB Henry [$]

On the heels of his stellar performance at the Sothern California Rivals Camp, Westlake Village (Calif.) 2016 quarterback Malik Henry earned a scholarship offer from Arizona State.

Pac-12 Insider: Doug Haller's choices for all-conference honors...

Pac-12 coaches this week are voting on all-conference honors. The awards will be announced Monday, but why wait? Here are my selections:

Q&A with Mike Norvell [$]

An explosive 2013 Arizona State offense has lost some formidable weapons in Marion Grice and Chris Coyle, as well as two veterans from its offensive line. Yet, with returning playmakers and talented additions, Sun Devils’ offensive coordinator, Mike Norvell, doesn’t expect a drop-off in production this season.

ASU softball weekend scouting report

JUDI GARMAN CLASSIC When: Thursday-Sunday.

ASU offers in-state lineman [$]

Arizona State hosted Gilbert (Ariz.) High School offensive lineman Steve Miller at its Junior Day last Saturday.

Broadus has surprise Pac-12 interest

The consensus thinking when it comes to Cordell Broadus is that he will end up at either USC or UCLA since both programs have been discussed at length in his recruitment.

Loss to Oregon shows ASU men’s basketball’s continued road woes...

ASU men's basketball seems to be a Jekyll and Hyde team when it comes to playing on the road. see more

ASU women’s club water polo practices without coach, discusses...

The women's club water polo coach was out of town, but the captains took the opportunity to do some soul searching as a team. see more

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