Jahii Carson (24 points, 9-17 FGs) and Jermaine Marshall (22 points, 7-11 FGs) combined to score 46 points and shoot an aggregate 57 percent (16-28) from the floor, but it would not be enough as Stanford snapped Arizona State's three-game winning streak with a 76-70 win.
After losing two of its most valuable competitors to injury and illness, the No. 19 Arizona State women's gymnastics team showed its resiliency at the Autism Awareness meet on Saturday, before falling to No. 4 Utah, 194.900-197.200, at Wells Fargo Arena.
On a night in which it shot 30 percent from the floor (17 percent from 3-point range) and allowed its opponent to shoot 48 percent, including a blistering 58 percent from downtown, the No. 15 Arizona State women's basketball team still found a way to win.
The Sun Devil men's hoops team (16-5/4-3), averaging 77.2 points, plays at Stanford on Saturday,Feb. 1, at 1 p.m. PT on the Pac-12 Network and 620 AM/98.7 FM.
The No. 24 Arizona State Sun Devils (3-1; Pac-12 0-0) women's tennis team will play host to Montana State in a double header on Saturday, February 1, and San Jose State the following day, Sunday, February 2 at the Whiteman Tennis Center on the campus of Arizona State University in Tempe, Ariz.
Coming off back-to-back season-high scores, the No. 19 Arizona State women's gymnastics team returns to Wells Fargo Arena to host the fourth-ranked Utah Utes, Saturday at 1 p.m. MT in Tempe, Ariz. The meet against the Utes will also be dedicated to Autism awareness and education.
TEMPE, Ariz. -The Arizona State University track and field teams will take its first trip out of the state of Arizona this weekend, traveling to Albuquerque, N.M., for the New Mexico Team Invite on Saturday at the Albuquerque Convention Center.
The No. 7 Arizona State University softball program has been voted in a tie with Washington as the top team in the Pac-12 Conference following the preseason polling of the Pac-12 softball coaches, as announced by the conference office on Thursday.