The Sun Devil Athletics Caravan made its final two stops of the 2016 Tour in Anaheim, Calif. and Yuma, Ariz., May 24 and 25.
The Sun Devil Athletics Caravan closes out the 2016 tour in Yuma, Ariz., with appearances from head ice hockey coach Greg Powers, and head wrestling coach Zeke Jones on Wednesday, May 25.
With food from vendors like Flemings, Ruth's Chris, Grimaldis, the Yard House, and Caketini, the 2016 Devils' Ball celebrated the 2015-16 year in Sun Devil Athletics.
The Sun Devil Athletics Caravan heads west to Anaheim, Calif. to visit Sun Devil fans in Southern California, with appearances head ice hockey coach Greg Powers, head soccer coach Kevin Boyd and new director of volleyball Stevie Mussie on Tuesday, May 24.
The Sun Devil Caravan continued its 2016 tour with a visit to Maricopa on Tuesday and Tolleson on Thursday.
The 2016 Sun Devil Caravan made its first stop of the year in Las Vegas.
The Sun Devil Athletics Caravan makes a local stop for Sun Devil fans in Maricopa, Ariz., with appearances from Vice President for University Athletics Ray Anderson, head football coach Todd Graham, Pac-12 Coach of the Year Charli Turner Thorne, and men's basketball coach Bobby Hurley on Tuesday, May 17.
TEMPE—Sun Devil Athletics saw a department record 38 student-athletes named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars for 2016, the organization announced in the April issue of Diverse: Issues In Higher Education.
TEMPE, Ariz.—Arizona State University and Sun Devil Athletics proudly announces that 84 student-athletes will graduate with their undergraduate degrees and four with their graduate degrees as part of the spring and summer commencement ceremonies.
The Sun Devil Athletics Caravan kicks off its 2016 tour taking a trip to "Sin City" for Sun Devil fans in Las Vegas, Nev., with appearances from Vice President for University Athletics Ray Anderson, head football coach Todd Graham, women's triathlon coach Cliff English and beloved mascot Sparky on Tuesday, May 10.
After an eight-year hiatus, Sun Devil Athletics announced the reinstatement of the men's tennis program at Arizona State. Through a lead gift of $1M by Buffie and Ray Anderson, Vice President for University Athletics, ASU will now field a total of 26 NCAA varsity sports.
Intercollegiate Tennis Association will move its headquarters to ASU's Tempe campus on May 1