(Photo: Nicholas Badders/WCSN) The Pac-12 conference is one of the most competitive conferences in the country. For freshmen to get any playing time is usually rare, getting a start in a game is even more rare. However, that wasn’t the case in today’s game against Ohio State for Arizona native Olive
(Photo: Nicholas Badders/WCSN) A call from mom can provide reassurance and a sense of comfort for a college student going through a tough time. During all the tribulations of his college football career, ASU fullback Frank Ogas kept his mother’s words in the back of his mind. “Frankie, you’re stronger than that.” Whether
(Photo: Ryan Clarke/WCSN) Sam Jones made powerful, motivating gestures as he gave his end of summer speech to the ASU football team, pointing to individual teammates and pumping his fist. “Tougher than hell every day, right? It’s not just a saying, man,” Jones said. “We did it every day of the summer.
(Photo: Ryan Clarke/WCSN) Putting together a puzzle is tedious, often frustrating work. With some pieces, you can tell where they fit just based on the eye test and process of elimination. With others, it takes time, experimentation and a lot of guesswork. The closer you get to the final product, the clearer
(Photo: Nicole Hernandez/WCSN) Despite outhitting the country's 13th-best team, the Arizona State Sun Devils were unable to scrape out a victory against the Stanford Cardinal, as they fell 7-5. The Cardinal scored early and often in the game, plating three runs in the first three innings, giving them a 3-0 lead before
(Photo Courtesy: Clemson University) Tamara Ards, a 14-year coaching veteran, will enter her first season as assistant coach for Arizona State’s women’s track and field program. Ards joined the Sun Devils following her three-year stint with North Carolina State, where she was a contender for the NCAA Southeast Region Men’s Assistant Coach
(Photo: Dominic Cotroneo/WCSN) While Arizona State’s 4-3 record is better than it appears on paper, the team has yet to maximize its full potential. That is largely due to a missing piece, junior center fielder Andrew Shaps, having served a five game suspension to open the season. He missed the entire series