(Photo: Nicholas Badders/WCSN) This weekend, the Arizona State women’s hockey team did not get the results they hoped to get, but learned along the way. The Sun Devils lost both of their games against the Midland Warriors, falling 5-1 in the first game. However, the score did not reflect what actually happened
(Photo: Jack Harris/WCSN) CORVALLIS, Ore. — Coming into Saturday’s road game at Oregon State, ASU football’s bowl hopes appeared murky. The Sun Devils, sitting at 5-5, were fresh off a collapse at UCLA and reverting to their old ways defensively. On a foggy afternoon at Reser Stadium, ASU cleared the path to
(Photo: Nicholas Badders/WCSN) In the first of a two-game series against the Midland Warriors, the Arizona State women’s club hockey team falls 5-1 after a strong first period. The first period started off offensively strong for the Sun Devils. ASU pressed Midland’s defense in hope to get a stick on the puck.
(Photo: Rob Werner/WCSN) Being the country’s largest university by enrollment, Arizona State’s student population is made of a diverse cross-section of nationalities. Its newly-reinstated men’s tennis team is perhaps the best example of this, a melting pot representative of not only the school, but the country more broadly. ASU’s team was disbanded
(Photo: Nicholas Badders/WCSN) The name of the game was opportunity for Arizona State in its 41-30 victory over the Colorado Buffaloes. Opportunity for freshman Eno Benjamin to run for his first career touchdown and help the Sun Devils erase a 10-point forth quarter deficit, opportunity for a defense that seemed to be
(Photo: Nicholas Badders/WCSN) Inconsistency dominated the script in the first half of Arizona State's tilt with Colorado, as neither team was able to find any sort of sustainable groove on offense. Still, Colorado leads ASU 17-14 at the intermission. Neither defense played particularly well either, but it was the miscues on offense that
(Photo: Gabrielle Mercer/WCSN) Arizona State hockey is back to conclude its road trip and face off against the Colgate Raiders. The Sun Devils return after a wild weekend against University of Nebraska at Omaha. ASU fell short to the Mavericks 5-1 on Friday night, but was able to push through double overtime to
(Photo: Gabrielle Mercer/WCSN) The regular season gets underway for Arizona State with the first puck drop Friday night against UMass- Amherst. After a successful 4-1 win in Friday's exhibition game against NAIT, the Sun Devils are going into this weekend's matchup quite confident. “We want to win in this building,” alternate captain Louie Rowe said.