(Photo: Tyler Rittenhouse/WCSN) Before opening up the Littlewood Classic, Arizona State softball head coach Trisha Ford gave her players a sheet of paper with only times for this weekend’s games, not the name of the team they would be playing to further implement the approach. This unique approach helped the Sun Devils
(Photo: Tyler Rittenhouse/WCSN) The Arizona State softball team ended a 22-year home opener winning streak Thursday night, as they lost their 2018 season opener in Tempe to the Tennessee Volunteers 7-4. This marks only the eighth season opener that the program has dropped in its 45 years of existence. After a close
(Photo: Michael Baron/WCSN) Continuing a tradition that goes back to very beginning of the program, the Arizona State softball team will ring in the 2018 season by hosting the Kajikawa Classic, starting on Thursday. Over the five day tournament, No. 23 ASU will welcome the Tennessee Lady Volunteers, Purdue Boilermakers, Nebraska Huskers,
(Photo: Michael Baron/WCSN) Sweeping potential The Sun Devils went into their third game against UCLA down 2-0 in the series that marks the end of the regular season. The Bruins were the first to make their mark on the scoreboard but only managed one run in the first. To start the second inning, Bruin
(Photo: Michael Barron/WCSN) It was a two-part affair Thursday night between the UCLA Bruins and Arizona State Sun Devils. The Bruins had three runs on eight hits before Arizona State even got its first runner on base. Then, the Sun Devils stormed back with a three-run fourth inning. In the end, the
(Photo: Michael Baron/WCSN) Arizona State has played well enough the last four weekends to prove it has the potential to compete with the nation’s best. This weekend, the Sun Devils will have one more chance to prove they are serious postseason contenders. The No. 22 Arizona State Sun Devils host the No.