The Arizona State women's gymnastics team finished the season leaving it all out on the floor at the Pac-12 Championships. Battling injury and lack of depth for most of the season, the Sun Devils fielded six athletes in each event and scored a team total of 192.700.
The No. 21/21 Arizona State University softball team has been prone to giving up big innings at times this season and it came back to hurt them Saturday as No. 12/14 Cal rallied for a four-run seventh inning to defeat the Devils 6-5 in the second game of ASU's conference home opening series.
A balanced and high-powered scoring attack coupled with some exceptional goalkeeping were the recipe for success as the No. 6 Arizona State University water polo team handled No. 9 San Jose State, 12-4, in its 2015 home opener Saturday in Tempe.
Tempe, Ariz. – A career day by redshirt junior guard Katie Hempen guided the Sun Devil women's basketball team past the Ohio Bobcats 74-55 at Wells Fargo Arena Saturday afternoon.
The Devils have won five straight games and two consecutive conference series'
COLUMBIA, S.C.—Arizona State sand volleyball's (1-4) junior duo of Bianca Arellano and Macey Gardner picked up a pair of three-set wins in the No. 2 position as ASU opening competition at the Gamecock Invitational on Friday at the Carolina Sand Volleyball Complex.
The Devils open the three-game series with a 10th-inning win
ST LOUIS, Mo.—Arizona State wrestling's redshirt junior Blake Stauffer became the Sun Devils' first All-American since 2011 as he went 4-0 on Friday at the 2015 NCAA Wrestling Championships at the Scottrade Center.
TEMPE, Ariz.—The Arizona State track and field teams opened the 2015 outdoor season on Friday, hosting the opening events of the Baldy Castillo Invitational at Sun Angel Stadium.
On the third day of competition at the 2015 NCAA Championships, the Arizona State women's swimming and diving program posted top times in the program's record books.
With a barrage of home runs, the No. 21 Arizona State University softball team took down No. 12 Cal, 8-7, on Friday night at Farrington Stadium to win the first game in it's Pac-12 home series opener.
The No. 19 Arizona State women's tennis team swept No. 53 San Jose State, 7-0, this afternoon at Whiteman Tennis Center to improve their record to 11-3 (2-0) on the season.