Among ASU's Olympic sports, track and field produced a strong showing in the Jim Click Shootout, and the soccer team dropped consecutive games for the first time this season.
Track and Field
ASU track and field won 11 events at the Jim Click Shootout in Tucson, including redshirt junior Turner Washington breaking his own record in the men's discus throw.
Washington won the men's discus throw with a distance of 64.57 meters, breaking ASU's program record in the event that he set just under a month prior.
Graduate student Jorinde van Klinken won the women's discus throw by recording a distance of 58.77 meters.
Redshirt senior Beatrice Llano won the women's hammer throw by throwing for 67.22 meters.
Freshman Jamar Marshall Jr. and senior Kentre Patterson secured first and second place in the men's 110-meter hurdles, respectively. Marshall Jr. finished with a time of 13.69 seconds, and Patterson finished with a time of 13.97 seconds.
ASU will compete next on April 17 in the West Coast Classic. Sprinters will compete in Tucson, while distance runners will compete in Eugene, Oregon.
Utah used a first-half goal to top ASU 1-0 in Salt Lake City Friday. Utah freshman midfielder Kaylee Coatney scored the lone goal of the match for Utah in the 26th minute, which was enough to propel the team to its third win of the season.
Williams almost finished a shot in front of an open net to tie the score in the second half, but Utah's defense cleared the ball and killed ASU's opportunity.
Sophomore goalkeeper Giulia Cascapera recorded three saves in the game.
ASU then dropped its next matchup against Colorado 2-0 in Boulder, Colorado Sunday. The loss marked the first time this season ASU suffered consecutive losses.
The Sun Devils recorded 15 shots and three corner kicks in the game but failed to find the back of the net.
ASU suffered its third loss in the past four games. The team now sits at 8-4-2 overall, including a 4-3-2 mark in Pac-12 play.
ASU will play its regular-season finale against UA on April 16 at 8 p.m. MST in Tempe.
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