Arizona State Sun Devils News for March 5, 2014
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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 Devilsí offensive coordinator, Mike Norvell, doesnít 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 menís basketballís 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 womenís 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

ASU wrestling coach Shawn Charles disappointed in ending to 2013-14...

The ASU wrestling program has taken significant strides forward under the leadership of third-year coach Shawn Charles and looks to improve again next season. see more

Sun Devil Athletics embraces sustainability initiative

As part of an ongoing effort toward sustainability, ASU athletics implemented zero waste initiatives for all of its sporting events. see more

Digging the sand: ASU sand volleyball to begin first season in...

Several years in the making, the project of ASU sand volleyball begins Saturday. see more

ASU offers Texas CB Tolbert [$]

Missouri City (Texas) Ridge Point High CB Jordan Tolbert was offered by Arizona State Tuesday.

Aaron serious about SEC

Austin Aaron is serious about Florida, so much so that he plans to spend his own money to fly to the East Coast this summer to check out the school.

Paulo breaks down early recruiting

Darrin Paulo was one of the best-looking prospects at the RCS Northern California and a couple offers are already on the table.

Johnson talks Texas offer

Kirk Johnson has always liked Texas a lot especially since his father, Johnnie, played there. After he received an offer from the Longhorns in recent days things got even more real.

New look ASU baseball pitching staff returns to Packard for three...

Ryan Burr is out of the rotation and Darin Gillies is in for the weekend set with undefeated Tennessee. see more

ASU gymnastics weakened vs. No. 3 Oklahoma by Gilly Hogue Achilles...

After losing Gilly Hogue for the season, ASU gymnastics is forced to rely on backups. see more

ASU golf coach Tim Mickelson expects a challenge at Southern...

Mickelson also expects the ASU men's golf team to keep playing well, hinting at the possibility of a national championship appearance. see more

How ASU tennis is connected to Australia

ASU women's tennis associate head coach Clint Letcher has helped create a tennis connection between ASU and Australia that helps both the school and the athletes. see more

SoCal Rivals Camp: WR/DB 1-on-1s [$]

Watch Equanimeous St. Brown and a handful of others with Arizona State offers in their one-on-one reps at the recent Rivals Camp in Southern California.

Las Vegas junior on the rise

Junior Nate Grimes isn't your typical first-year varsity player. A rising star, he has racked up a bunch of offers this winter.

Ducks top Sun Devils

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) Mike Moser had 22 points and 17 rebounds to lead Oregon past Arizona State 85-78 on Tuesday night.

Alabama offers four-star DE

Keisean Lucier-South had an excellent showing at the RCS Southern California this past weekend. Things got even more exciting for him Tuesday when Alabama offered.

Alston discusses top four

Lavan Alston has a top four but more schools are showing a lot of interest so things could change for the four-star wide receiver.

Okun taking Pac-12 trip

Zach Okun knows all about the outstanding facilities and the trendy uniforms at Oregon. He wants to see those for sure but the four-star offensive guard wants to go more in-depth during his visit to Eugene early this week.

Tezino names early favorites

Kyahva Tezino has a handful of favorites but one school in particular could have a very decided edge as his recruitment continues.

Berger's first offer comes with intrigue

Boise State may be Drew Berger's only offer and his brother is headed there, but the 2015 prospect is keeping his options open.

Devils Downed at Oregon [$]

Arizona Stateís road woes continued as they dropped their fourth contest in a row away from Tempe, losing 85-78 to Oregon.

Escobedo no-hits Longwood as ASU wins

Senior right-hander Dallas Escobedo (9-2) pitched a no-hitter in a Arizona State's walk-off 1-0 victory over Longwood on Tuesday night at Farrington Stadium. Nikki Girard's fielder's choice with no outs in the bottom of the seventh was the difference as it brought home a sliding Bethany Kemp for the walk-off run and a 1-0 victory over the Lancers (6-4). ASU improved to 21-3.

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