Alex Coil expects to graduate in May 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism. Coil, who is in Barrett, the Honors College, was the broadcasting and media relations manager for the Florence Y’alls baseball team in 2021. He is working for the Phoenix sports bureau.
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. – From little league to professional baseball, Matthew Liberatore and Nolan Gorman have taken the journey together. They were recently reunited in Memphis.
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.
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.
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.
TEMPE – With the impending completion of ASU’s multipurpose arena, Sun Devils men's hockey played its final game at the "blue collar" Oceanside Ice Arena, winning a chippy, physical, penalty-filled game against Long Island.
TEMPE – Arizona State women’s basketball coach Charli Turner Thorne announced at a press conference today that she will step down from her role after 25 seasons with the program.
PHOENIX — Following ABOR’s approval to build a new locker complex, the Arizona Coyotes announced the franchise will move to ASU’s multipurpose arena for the next three seasons with an option for a fourth.
TEMPE – Peter Zhong, ASU hockey’s first Olympian, used work ethic and commitment to reach international hockey’s highest stage, representing China, his native country.
GLENDALE – Coyotes head coach André Tourigny reacts to uncertainty of where the team will play games next season as reports of talks intensifying to use ASU’s multipurpose arena surface.