Arizona State Sun Devils News for March 4, 2014
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ASU menís basketball drops fourth straight road game at Oregon...

ASU's clinch of a first-round bye in the Pac-12 Tournament will have to wait until at least another game. see more

ASU Basketball: Sun Devils can't overcome slow start, lose to...

The Sun Devils fell to Oregon in Eugene Tuesday night, suffering their third consecutive loss away from home. There are some that say it is not how you start but how you finish that matters. Well, Arizona State needed to start better than it did Tuesday night in Eugene, as the Ducks scored the first 15 points of the game, in route to a 85-78 victory over the Sun Devils. The game started about as bad as it could have for Arizona State, as the Sun Devils missed their first six field goal attempts

Jahii Carson's 28 points not enough in ASU basketball's loss...

EUGENE, Ore. -- Oregon's bubble was able to avoid the pitchfork. Arizona State dug itself a 15-0 hole to start the game and never led during an 85-78 loss to Oregon on Tuesday night at Matthew Knight Arena.

Dallas Escobedo throws no-hitter for ASU softball in 1-0 win...

After an unpredictable seven-game stretch, the Sun Devils finished their last game of the series with a no-hitter victory behind the arm of Dallas Escobedo. see more

ASU track and field takes week off from competition before nation...

Qualified athletes put their focus on the final indoor meet of the season in Albuquerque. see more

ASU water polo faces No. 2 UCLA a week after facing No. 1 USC...

The ASU water polo team is hoping to bounce back after its loss against USC. see more

ASU womenís basketball has first round bye in Pac-12 Tournament...

The Sun Devils look to bolster their tournament resume in Seattle. see more

Itís the coaches that are responsible for their playersí performa...

The players may do the work, but it's the coaches that build the blueprint for the team. see more

Stadium Series revitalizing NHL

It started as a novelty, and grew into a television phenomenon: How outdoor hockey has boosted the NHL back into the national spotlight. see more

Jahii Carson should reconsider his future

The sophomore guard may not be ready to make the jump to The Association. see more

Dallas Buyers Club: Mark Cuban stirs up menís college hoops lands...

Outspoken Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has pointed out some key flaws in the current men's basketball NCAA rules, but his answer to the problems may not be suited for all. see more

MLB instant replay: Is slowing baseball down worth getting the...

I'm all for adding something to make the sport more current, but I'm concerned about the addition of a replay system slowing the game even more. see more

No. 1 ASU hockey ready for national tournament in Delaware

All the work in the season comes down to ASU hockey's next four games. see more

ASU starter Ryan Burr moving back to closer

No one on the Arizona State staff asked Ryan Burr to return to the bullpen, although pitching coach Ken Knutson prefers him in that role. Instead Burr initiated the move, partly because of his impatience between starts. The sophomore right-hander, who was a freshman All-American in 2013 thanks to a school-freshman-record 12 saves, will be at the back end again starting this weekend against No. 21 Tennessee.

Oregon Preview [$]

The final week of Pac-12 conference play is upon us and the Arizona State Sun Devils (21-8, 10-6 Pac-12) will head to the Pacific Northwest to take on the surging Oregon Ducks (20-8, 8-8) on Tuesday night in Eugene.

ASU's Deja Mann named to All Pac-12 coaches women's basketball...

Arizona State senior guard Deja Mann is among 15 players on the All Pac-12 coaches women's basketball team. Forward Sydney Wiese of Phoenix also made All Pac-12 as well as the All-Freshman team. ASU's Promise Amukamara is on the All-Defensive team and Sophie Brunner and Ke

Elite prospect Masina planning ASU trip [$]

Rivals100 recruit Osa Masina is giving enough consideration to Arizona State that an unofficial visit is in the works for next month.

Junior day visit helps UT with Daniels [$]

Rivals100 DT Darrion Daniels was the highest-rated recruit at Texas' junior day on Saturday, and the good news for the Longhorns is that they made a strong impression.

Adams back from ASU trip

Darrell Adams just landed his first offer from Arizona State and the three-star wide receiver wasted little time in checking out the campus.

UCLA lands first from 2015

Another Holiday is headed to UCLA. Aaron Holiday, younger brother of Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday, committed to UCLA on Monday.

Bracketology: ASU basketball targets higher seeding on Oregon...

At 21-8, things are looking great for the Sun Devils. Before the Pac-12 Tournament, they still have to go up to the Pacific Northwest and take on the Oregon schools. Arizona State has proven that they are an excellent home team, finishing the season 16-1 in the friendly confines of Wells Fargo Arena. Their final weekend of play saw them beat two tournament teams in Stanford and California, further improving their NCAA Tournament profile in the process. With only two regular season games left to

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