ASU Men’s Basketball: Sun Devils’ 2017-18 schedule unveiled

(Scotty Bara/WCSN) The Pac-12 conference released its men’s basketball schedules on Tuesday, a benchmark signaling the imminent start of the 2017-18 season for the Arizona State Sun Devils. Thursday-Saturday for every @pac12 home weekend! The schedule is out! @sundevilclub @ASU_Alumni @SunDevilTix — Sun Devil MBB (@SunDevilHoops) September 19, 2017 Arizona State went 15-18

ASU Swimming: Sun Devils open day one of NCAA Championships

(Photo: Ali Cline/WCSN) The Arizona State men’s swimming and diving team kicked off competition tonight at the NCAA Championship at Indiana University Purdue University of Indiana with the men’s 800 freestyle relay. The Sun Devils put up a time of 6:17.57, just .13 seconds off of their school record relay earlier this

ASU Swimming: Rivalry match ends in a draw

(Photo: Blake Benard/ Cronkite News) Arizona State closed off the regular season with an away meet versus their territorial rival, the University of Arizona, and in the spirit of such a contention, the men tied by a score of 147-147, while ASU’s women fell to UOA 118-180. “Well, I feel great because

ASU Swimming: Sun Devils Swept by Another Bay Area Powerhouse

(Photo: Brady Klain/Blaze Sports) The weather was better during Arizona’s second meet of the weekend against CAL, but the Sun Devils were not as the men lost by a score of 130-160 and the women by 111-181 to the Golden Bears. The strain of having back-to-back meets versus two of the nation’s

ASU Swimming: Men win the Art Adamson Invitational

(Photo: Alli Cline/WCSN) On the last day of competition in Mansfield Texas, the Arizona State men continued to dominate in the pool and earn enough overall points to win the Art Adamson Invitational. ASU scored 969.5 points while  Texas A&M took 2nd with 917.5 points. The women finished in 4th place

ASU Swimming: Records continue to go down in Texas

(Photo: Alli Cline/WCSN) In day two of competition in Texas at the Art Adamson Invitational, Arizona State continued its record breaking performance.  Senior swimmer Richard Bohus broke his own record by .11 seconds in the 100-yard backstroke with a time of 46.00, which is the second school record of the weekend