View content of Sun Devil men's basketball head coach Herb Sendek and senior forward Jonathan Gilling from Thursday's Pac-12 Men's Basketball Media Day in San Francisco.
TEMPE, Ariz.óArizona State cross country's CJ Albertson became ASU's first race winner since 2011 as he claimed the ASU Invitational 4-mile title in 20:17.97 on Thursday at the Karsten Golf Course.
Sun Devil head women's basketball coach Charli Turner Thorne and sophomore forward Kelsey Moos spent the day in San Francisco on Wednesday at the Pac-12's Annual Women's Basketball Media Day.
Senior Night, Sun Devil Club and Junior Sun Devil Club highlight the game
The Arizona State men (0-2) and women's (0-2) swim and dive teams are back in action this weekend, however, just at different venues. As the men travel to Seattle, Wash. for a faceoff with Seattle University, the women head to Pullman, Wash. for a Pac-12 matchup against Washington State.
The Sun Devil soccer team begins the final quarter of regular season play this week when it hosts Cal on Friday (7 p.m. PT) and No. 4 Stanford on Sunday (1 p.m. PT) at Sun Devil Soccer Stadium.
Highlights of the weekend will include golf, BBQ, baseball and football
Tempe, Ariz. ĖThe No. 18 Arizona State volleyball team (14-6, 4-4 Pac-12) will close out the first half of the conference slate in Oregon this weekend, facing the No. 11 Ducks and the Beavers on Friday and Saturday.
TEMPE, Ariz. -- The Arizona State cross country teams are set to host its first meet since the 2010 season, bringing the Arizona State Invitational to Karsten Golf Course on Thursday.
In a nail-biting finish, Jon Rahm took home the individual title at the Bill Cullum Invitational on Tuesday. The junior set a tournament record with his 13-under 203 (67-67-69), breaking his previous record of 204 when he won the title in 2012.
The Arizona State men's golf team is in second place at the end of day one action at the Bill Cullum Invitational. Due to dense fog Monday morning at the par-72, 6,819-yard Wood Ranch Golf, tee times were delayed. As a result, the second round was suspended due to darkness and will be completed prior to the final round Tuesday morning.
The No. 14/14 Arizona State University Sun Devil football program will compete in its four road game in the first seven games of the season on Saturday, travelling to Seattle, Wash., to take on the Washington Huskies at 7:45 p.m. PT at Husky Stadium in a game set to be broadcast on ESPN.