Caitlin Fowble
Caitlin Fowble(she/her/hers)
Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Caitlin Fowble expects to graduate in December 2023 with a master’s degree in sports journalism. Fowble has worked as a digital aide for Arizona PBS and has interned with the Orange County Riptide in the sports information department.

Latest from Caitlin Fowble

More than a game: The unseen consequences of Pac-12’s major shake-up

PHOENIX – Conference realignment has an impact that stretches far beyond finances and media rights deals. Already juggling a lot, athletes are forced to adjust to this new change.

Conference realignment paints a new picture for athletes in various sports and challenges programs to adapt to excel in the face of unprecedented change. (Photo by Tim Clayton/Corbis via Getty Images)

Shaken and stirred: NCAA transfer portal transforms Pac-12 basketball

LAS VEGAS – The transfer portal has shaken up the landscape of college athletics. See how the portal has made its impact on Pac-12 basketball for the 2023-24 season.

Photo of Pac-12 logo.

ASU baseball gears up for 2024 season with fresh outlook, NCAA tournament snub in rearview

TEMPE – In preparation for the 2024 season, Sun Devils add 32 new faces to the roster with hope the team doesn’t struggle down the stretch. Coach Willie Bloomquist and his young but talented team are eager to showcase their potential as they welcome 18 freshmen and 14 transfers this season.

Arizona State player ready for pitch

Pac-12 primer: As conference prepares for last ride, a team-by-team look at what’s ahead for 2023-24 season

LAS VEGAS – The Pac-12 kicked off the 2023-24 season with women’s basketball media day in Las Vegas. Here’s everything you need to know about the teams as they prepare for the upcoming season.

Oregon woman dribbles with defender

Consistency is key: ASU’s steady goal drives success as men’s basketball season looms

LAS VEGAS – Coming off an appearance in the NCAA tournament and with the addition of nine new players, ASU’s key to being successful this season is being consistent.

Bobby Hurley talking to media.

A different kind of win: ASU men’s hockey ends independence, joins NCHC for 2024 season

PHOENIX – ASU joins the NCHC as its ninth member starting in the 2024-25 season. Find out what this means for the Sun Devils as they start their last season as an independent hockey team.

Hockey players lining up on the center line of the ice.

Hold your horses: Turf Paradise to resume racing, extend off-track betting

PHOENIX – Turf Paradise is alive after all and will resume racing. Additionally, the Arizona Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association has extended the contract for the track to simulcast races for wagering until Nov. 12. The extension avoids the shutdown of 37 off-track betting sites.

Live racing at Turf Paradise is expected to resume in January, according to a release Wednesday from the track, keeping horse racing alive in Phoenix. (Photo by Jacob Luthi/Cronkite News)

Is Sequoia Pathway Academy’s canceled season about more than low participation?

PHOENIX – After starting the season 0-4, Sequoia Pathway cancels its football season citing low participation and student health as the primary reasons. However, the issue runs much deeper than low participation numbers.

Sequoia Pathway Academy football field

Katie Ledecky sets sights on Paris 2024 after historic run at World Championships

PHOENIX – Katie Ledecky became the first swimmer to win the same event six times consecutively. As she sets her sights on the 2024 Olympics in Paris, take a look at how she stays motivated and handles the pressure.

Katie Ledecky in pool.

‘G.R.I.T.’: 4 letters propel Arizona State volleyball to best start since 2015

PHOENIX – ASU is having its fourth best start in program history, the best since 2015. The team kicks off conference play at home against Arizona on Thursday.

ASU women’s volleyball game photo

Ready to Rohr: ASU beach volleyball embraces new coach, focuses on creating family culture

PHOENIX – With a new coach and seven new players, ASU beach volleyball focuses on developing its team culture.

ASU Beach Volleyball in a huddle at practice.