The original Territorial Cup was transported to ASU on Wednesday following the Sun Devils' victory over UA. It will now be stored in the Luhrs Reading Room in Hayden Library.
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In its first set of home matches of the season, the surging ASU volleyball team (11-2) won all four of its games to win the Sheraton Invitational, knocking off Villanova, UC Riverside, Florida Atlantic and Gonzaga.
ASU baseball headed to Palo Alto, Calif., this weekend just one game out of first place in the Pac-12, riding a six-game conference winning streak. But, as coach Tim Esmay pointed out, the Sun Devils could ill afford to not play well on the road.
The ASU baseball team lives by the mantra that games are won and lost in the last three innings.
In an ASU-UA rivalry that’s filled with tradition — not to mention animosity — the two schools added another exciting chapter to the series in the Sun Devils’ 12–8 victory at Packard Stadium on Tuesday night.
Immediately following ASU’s sweep of USC this weekend, coach Tim Esmay gathered his team on the infield of Packard Stadium and reminded them of the importance of Tuesday’s matchup against rival UA.
The No. 21 ASU baseball team held USC to two runs in three games this weekend at Packard Stadium as the Sun Devils swept the Trojans to continue their recent surge.
Winners of four of their last five, the No. 22 Sun Devils are looking to make another statement in conference play this weekend against USC.
The No. 21 ASU baseball team rode dominant pitching by junior Alex Blackford and a clutch home run by junior second baseman Joey DeMichele to a 3–1 victory over unranked New Mexico on Tuesday night.
Heading into the team’s series with New Mexico at Isotopes Park, the ASU pitching staff had been nothing short of stellar.
It’s been difficult to question the decision making of the Diamondbacks’ front office lately.
Brady Rodgers dealt for the Sun Devils once again to earn his fifth win of the season as No. 23 ASU defeated No. 17 Oregon State 8–2 in the first of a three-game series at Packard Stadium on Thursday night.
In the cutthroat Pac-12, which has long been considered one of the best baseball conferences in the nation, nearly every series is a dogfight.
On a cold, rainy weekend in Eugene, Ore., No. 14 ASU managed just four runs in three games en route to being swept by No. 23 Oregon.
With no single team separated from the rest of the pack in the conference standings thus far, ASU baseball views its upcoming three-game set with Oregon as a chance to distinguish itself from the rest of the Pac-12 contenders.
After No. 14 ASU’s 1–0 dog fight victory over No. 13 Cal State Fullerton on Tuesday, the Titans (16-9) struck back Wednesday night with a decisive 9–5 victory over the Sun Devils (16-9, 3-3 Pac-12).
With No. 13 Cal State Fullerton in town for a pair of midweek games, the No. 14 ASU baseball team was looking to build off the explosive offense it displayed during the Sun Devils’ 9–6 victory against California on Sunday.