After a concerning performance against Tarleton State and an overtime loss to Texas Southern to open the season, ASU men's basketball entered the Legends Classic in Brooklyn 2-1, but had yet to reach its potential. A comeback win against Virginia Commonwealth University in Wednesday's opener and a blowout win over a ranked Michigan team the following day proved what many observers believed before the season — when this team plays together, they have the talent to beat just about anyone.
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ASU continued its dominance in triathlon, winning its sixth national championship in a row on Nov. 12.
ASU women's basketball opened its season with a perfect record last week against two non conference opponents. The Sun Devils outlasted NAU in the home opener 69-68 on Monday and made short work of Grambling State with a 62-49 win on Friday.
Claire Jeter dreamt of one thing: becoming an Aggie at Texas A&M University. Jeter got that opportunity and played volleyball at her dream school. But after one season, she decided to transfer to ASU and found a family she didn't have at A&M.
The swim and dive team traveled to Los Angeles over the weekend where the men competed against USC and the women had two meets against USC and UCLA.
In a highly anticipated matchup, Sun Devil hockey played in the newly constructed Mullett Arena for the first time in a two-game series against Colgate this past weekend.
Many high school athletes have aspirations to go to a Division I school playing their favorite sport, but not many have the ability to go to the highest league in multiple sports.
The Sun Devils opened the season in Georgia at the Gabrielsen Natatorium on Sept. 30. The men split their contest with the Georgia Bulldogs and defeated the Missouri Tigers while the women fought hard, but were unsuccessful in the end.
Any volleyball player who attends ASU and who is looking to continue their career in the sport can join the women's club team. Many returning members of this season's team are students who want to focus on academics but at the same time want an organized sporting experience to meet other like-minded people.