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Where’s Phil? Six-time majors champion Mickelson misses Masters for first time since 1994

PHOENIX – Arizona State alum Phil Mickelson is absent from the Masters for the first time since 1994, and recent comments about golf in Saudi Arabia may be the reason.

Phoenix Rising FC shifts direction, looks to start U.S. Open Cup campaign with bang

PHOENIX – The Phoenix Rising begin their U.S. Open Cup campaign against fellow AZ club Valley United FC on Wednesday.

New digs, more success: Phoenix Rising look to extend home unbeaten streak against San Diego

CHANDLER — Entering Saturday’s game against San Diego Loyal, Phoenix Rising remain unbeaten in the regular season at Wild Horse Pass, which they moved into at the start of last season.

¡Cámara, acción! La industria cinematográfica de Arizona está creciendo después de una década de estancamiento

MESA – En 2016 la idea de revivir la oficina de cine ganó apoyo y la Autoridad de Comercio de Arizona la reabrió y contrató a Matthew Earl Jones para dirigirla. Su objetivo es restaurar a Arizona como un destino de referencia para los cineastas.

Out of the rough: After early challenge, Sisk family bonds through golf

PHOENIX – Arizona State golfer Cameron Sisk and his brother, USC golfer Parker Sisk, are part of a family bond fueled by golf.

Lights, camera – action! Arizona film industry is growing after a decade of stagnation

MESA – After being left for dead in 2010, the Arizona film industry has grown the past few years, thanks to a network of indie filmmakers, the Phoenix Film Festival and the revived Arizona Film Office.

Wildcats emerge from tough times, advance to men’s Sweet 16

SAN DIEGO – Arizona taught a master class in overcoming adversity this season, and they did it again in an overtime victory against TCU that propelled the Wildcats into the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Sweet 16 for the first time since 2017.

Tommy Lloyd: Arizona fans ‘have got to be better’ in NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament meeting with TCU

SAN DIEGO – Arizona coach Tommy Lloyd expressed frustration with the Wildcats fan base as well as the NCAA process of operating event attendance on the eve of the team’s meeting with TCU.

Moving on: Arizona men advance in NCAA Tournament despite 19 turnovers against Wright State

SAN DIEGO – Entering Friday night’s game, the news was encouraging and it appear Kerr Kriisa would play. Instead, the injured Arizona guard remained sidelined and the Wildcats struggled with turnovers in their victory over Wright State in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.

Despite tournament inexperience, Arizona men’s basketball brings confidence to March Madness

SAN DIEGO – The Arizona Wildcats haven’t played in an NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament since losing to Buffalo in the first round of the 2018 event. The new-look team with a new coach is excited to begin its journey in San Diego.

Valley ties: Arizona connections run deep in 2022 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament

PHOENIX – Six players from Arizona are on key teams in this year’s March Madness tournament, as well as five coaches who have ties to the Valley.

‘Real chance’ Kerr Kriisa could play in Arizona’s NCAA Tournament opener

PHOENIX – After capturing the Pac-12 Tournament title over UCLA, Arizona was rewarded with a one seed in the South Region of the 2022 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. The Wildcats will play the winner of the game between No. 16 seeds Wright State and Bryant on Friday.