Arizona State University spends almost $100 million on sanctioned sport programs every year in order to get the best performance from the most elite athletes in the state. However, one genre seems to be missing from ASU’s lineup: winter sports. Other than the Division I ice hockey team, which needs to travel far off-campus to practice, ASU offers little in the way sanctioned support to winter sports like skiing, snowboarding and ice skating.
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