The Sun Devil Athletics Caravan kicks off its tour in Phoenix, Ariz., with appearances from Ray Anderson, Vice President of University Athletics, head men's basketball coach Herb Sendek, and head women's basketball coach Charli Turner Thorne on May 13.
Sun Devil Athletics kicks off its brand new 2014 Sun Devil Caravan featuring new Vice President for University Athletics Ray Anderson, football coach Todd Graham, men's basketball coach Herb Sendek, women's basketball coach Charli Turner Thorne, Sparky, spirit squad, and a number of other Sun Devil student-athletes and coaches.
The Sun Devils have clinched the 2013-14 Territorial Cup Series.
Sun Devil Athletics' Education Majors Lead On And Off the Field
The Arizona State men's basketball team wasted no effort in its double-overtime win against in-state rival Arizona on Feb. 14, and neither did the fans. As a part of Sun Devil Athletics' Zero Waste Initiative, a bipartisan crowd of 10,754 at Wells Fargo Arena achieved a waste diversion rate of 87 percent.
ASU and UA sports teams will compete against one another in 20 common varsity intercollegiate sports. For a school to be the winner of the Territorial Cup Series Trophy, they must accumulate 10.5 points.
The entire Sun Devil family mourns the loss of Verde Dickey, a wonderful man who loved ASU, particularly his Sun Devil Athletics Teams and the Marching Band.
Talk with Vice President for University Athletics Ray Anderson
Below are the Sun Devil Student-Athletes of the Semester and the runner-ups who displayed balance and are recognized for their admirable work ethic in the classroom as well as with their respective sports:
The Sun Devil Marching Band will join O.A.R. on "Opening Night" of the Coors Light Birds Nest at the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Jan. 29
The Phoenix/Glendale region and the University of Phoenix Stadium has been chosen as a finalist in the bid process to host the NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four for years 2017-2020, as announced by the NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Basketball Committees on Monday.
Paced by a top-20 finish from the Sun Devil football program in the final USA Today/Coaches Poll, the Arizona State University athletics department currently finds itself ranked 57th in the Learfield Sports Director's Cup rankings following the release of the final Fall standings on Thursday.