Peoria Centennial offensive lineman Marshal Nathe committed to ASU football on Monday, becoming the second member of ASU's 2016 class, after Hunter Kampmoyer committed in February.
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Of the three ASU gymnasts heading to regionals, junior Taylor Allex has the best shot at advancing into the NCAA individual championship meet.
Davon Durant wasn’t ASU football’s first JUCO misstep. He probably won’t be the last, either.
ASU men’s basketball announced in a Tweet that senior forward Shaquielle McKissic will participate in the Final Four Dunk Contest.
Suspended ASU football linebacker Davon Durant will be arraigned on March 25, following a grand jury's indictment.
Tempe Police: Davon Durant's girlfriend didn't want him to get in trouble because he plays for ASU football
The woman who accused ASU linebacker Davon Durant of hitting and choking her told officers she didn't want him to get in trouble because of his status on the ASU football team, according to police.
Read softball beat writer Ryan Clarke's point about why you should fill out a bracket.
The Curtain of Distraction will be allowed when ASU women’s basketball hosts in the NCAA tournament, according to azcentral sports' Jeff Metcalfe.
The ASU men’s basketball team will continue its season after accepting an invite from the NIT.
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott met with the media on Friday before the semifinal round of the Pac-12 tournament. A transcript of what he said can be found here.
LAS VEGAS – To many, Joseph Young’s Pac-12 Player of the Year honor was a surprise. But against Colorado, he sure looked the part, scoring 30 points, including 22 in the second half to will his team into the Pac-12 tournament semifinals. Oregon (24-8) wasn’t sharp to begin the game. Despite being the No. 2 seed, the Ducks were only favored by about three points against No. 10-seed Colorado (15-17). Early on, the Buffaloes seemed capable of an upset. They were assertive in the paint, with 24 points there in the first half, and the Ducks had struggles making shots (started 0-for-8 on 3-pointers). “We were dead to start the game,” Oregon coach Dana Altman said. “I must have put them to sleep before the ballgame with my inspirational speech, because our activity just wasn't very good.” But after trailing 29-18 with 7:08 remaining in the first half, the Ducks stormed back, utilizing a 44-18 spurt over a period of 15 minutes to seize control of the game. Oregon used a press to force Colorado into mistakes. The Buffaloes had eight turnovers in the run and Oregon would end up outscoring Colorado 27-2 in points off turnovers. Oregon shot 75.9 percent from the field in the second half, helped by Young’s 9-for-12 performance in the half. The Buffaloes eventually pulled within four with 2:16 remaining, but Young made a layup and the Ducks made their next six free throws. Colorado senior guard Askia Booker, who averages 17 points per game, was held scoreless in the first half. He still ended up with 12 points, but it was a tough night for him in his last game, shooting 4-for-14 and eventually fouling out. “I talked to Ski probably three weeks ago about understanding that he's got to have perspective in terms of what this year is because this is a disappointing year not only for him but certainly for our whole team,” Colorado coach Tad Boyle said. “It's not the way you want to go out.” Utah comes back too Just like the evening’s earlier game, a valiant first half effort from the underdog went for not. Utah (24-7) annihilated Stanford (19-13) in the second half in the Pac-12 quarterfinals, outscoring the Cardinal 46-17 in a game that Stanford led by five points at the break. In the second half, Utah was 8-for-12 on 3-pointers, while Stanford made just six field goals. "I thought it all started with our defense," Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak said. "And when you play as hard as we did defensively, the rim opened up." Utah’s Delon Wright scored 20 points with seven rebounds and five assists, while also hitting on all four of his 3-pointers. Early on, Stanford’s seniors did their best to keep the season alive. Center Stefan Nastic scored all 11 of his points in the first half but eventually fouled out. At times, guard Chasson Randle (22 points) became Stanford’s entire offense. Nobody other than Randle scored for Stanford for nearly 13 minutes to begin the second half. "They just kind of stepped up and made plays and I think on our end we got a little stagnant offensively," Stanford coach Johnny Dawkins said. "I thought the ball didn't move as well. I thought we forced some shots and forced some situations which gave them easier opportunities and so we hurt ourselves too." For Stanford, an NIT appearance seems likely, while Utah gets to face Oregon on Friday for a berth in the Pac-12 championship game. Reach the sports editor at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow @jjanssen11 on Twitter. Like State Press Sports on Facebook and follow @statepresssport on Twitter.
LAS VEGAS – All season, the ASU men’s basketball team showed signs of improvement.
LAS VEGAS — ASU men's basketball beat writer Matthew Tonis and sports editor Justin Janssen sat down for a roundtable discussion about the Pac-12 men's basketball tournament, which begins at 12 p.m. on Wednesday. Among the topics discussed: the champion, darkhorse and MVP.
ASU men's basketball's road to the NCAA Tournament is pretty simple: It must win the Pac-12 Tournament.
ASU football announced two changes to its spring football practice schedule on Monday.
The Pac-12 conference announced ASU men's basketball senior forward Shaquielle McKissic was named the conference's player of the week for March 2-7 on Monday..
The ASU men’s basketball team will open the Pac-12 men’s basketball tournament against USC on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m.
Former ASU men's basketball point guard Jahii Carson ripped the Wollongong Hawks, his former Australian team, Thursday on Twitter.
ASU football announced on Monday that defensive ends coach Paul Randolph will be moving into an administration role, while hiring Shawn Slocum to be the special teams coordinator and outside linebackers coach.
0 — Number of hits ASU softball freshman pitcher Breanna Macha allowed to Binghamton on her 19th birthday. ASU didn’t give Macha any support in regulation, meaning she had to throw an extra inning to complete the no-hitter.