The No. 5 Arizona State water polo squad split its two games on the second day of action of the UCSB Winter Invite in Santa Barbara, Calif., on Saturday. ASU took care of No. 17 UCSB, 11-6, in the opener before dropping a hard-fought 12-11 decision to No. 14 UC San Diego in the cap of the day.
It was fall of 2012; football season in Tempe, Ariz. The entire city was buzzing about a new head coach with a Texas twang and his decision for starting quarterback. Arizona State had just trounced Northern Arizona 63-6 in a stunning offensive explosion.
Deja Mann scored 18 points and Katie Hempen added 14 as the No. 14 Arizona State women's basketball team held off a late Utah rally to come out on top 65-62.
ASU will put Eddie House's No. 5 in the rafters at halftime of its game vs. Colorado Saturday. Tip time is 5 p.m.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz.—On the first day of the NAU Invite, the Arizona State track and field teams totaled seven times in the top-10 of the 200m dash, led by seniors Daveon Collins and Asiah Gooden.
TEMPE, Ariz.—The Arizona State wrestling team won its inaugural Beauty and the Beast Meet dual, defeating Boise State, 21-15, inside Wells Fargo Arena.
It was a night where grace and poise met grunt and force and the No. 23 ASU Gymnastics team came out victorious alongside ASU wrestling in their "Beauty and the Beast Meet" against Cal Friday night with a score of 196.00 to 195.350.
The ASU men and women's swimming and diving teams hit the water against Cal on Friday for their inaugural appearance on the Pac-12 Network. While the final scores favored the Golden Bears, 178-113 on the men's side and 229-69 on the women's side, some Sun Devils found sucess with the spotlight on them.