Daniella Trujillo
Daniella Trujillo(she/her/hers)
Sports Visual Journalist, Phoenix

Daniella Trujillo expects to graduate in spring 2025 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism and a minor in digital audiences. Trujillo has interned as a sports photographer and videographer for BJ Media.

Latest from Daniella Trujillo

Insider look: Freshman forward Hunter Friesen takes viewers behind the scenes of ASU club hockey on YouTube

TEMPE — Hunter Friesen, a freshman forward on Arizona State's club hockey team, provides viewers with an inside look into the world of collegiate athletics through his rapidly growing YouTube channel.

Through YouTube videos, ASU freshman Hunter Friesen brings to light the experiences and routines of athletes as a member of the club hockey team. (Photo by Daniella Trujillo/Cronkite News)

‘Let him cook!’ Fans of Min Woo Lee steal show at WM Phoenix Open

SCOTTSDALE – A large group of fans wearing matching Lululemon clothes and red chef hats followed and cheer on golfer Min Woo Lee during the WM Phoenix Open second round Friday.

O Canada! Nick Taylor impresses fans to north by shooting 60 at WM Phoenix Open

SCOTTSDALE – After a weather delay cut short an excellent start, Nick Taylor finished off his first round by shooting an 11-under bogey-free 60 for a five-shot lead, a PGA Tour record. The effort pleased the many Canadians that were in attendance to see it.

Positive shift in weather Friday at WM Phoenix Open sees Nick Taylor challenging Sahith Theegala

SCOTTSDALE – From a lengthy rain delay to a golfer missing a tee time, day one of the WM Phoenix Open had a bit of everything.

More than a scorecard: For Bud Cauley, Kevin Yu, 2024 WM Phoenix Open has special meaning

SCOTTSDALE – Golf is about more than numbers. For Bud Cauley, it’s about coming back from a serious car accident. For Kevin Yu, it’s about playing on a course he knows best as a spectator.

Fans huddle together as the rain turned to hail during Wednesday's celebrity pro-am at the WM Phoenix Open. (Photo by Alyssa Buruato/Cronkite News)

Stars come out, hail comes down: Wild WM Phoenix Open pro-am features appearances by Saban, Phelps

SCOTTSDALE – Although rain, and later hail, interrupted the WM Phoenix Open pro-am, fans still showed up to watch an eclectic mix of celebrities, including Nick Saban.

Olympian Michael Phelps plays golf frequently and was excited to compete again. “I’m a golf nut so being able to watch some of these pros up close is special for me.” (Photo by Alyssa Burato/Cronkite News)

Sweater believe it: Jeff Munn’s signature fashion collection, born with ASU women’s basketball, shapes broadcast legacy

TEMPE – ASU women’s basketball KTAR FM broadcaster Jeff Munn has a sweater collection decades in the making that all started with his daughter. Just don’t let his brightly colored clothes distract from the impact his voice has had on the greater Phoenix area.

Game on: Arizona high school esports embraces changes, challenges entering fifth season

PHOENIX – Arizona's high school esports scene faces the dual task of balancing evolving game preferences while navigating challenges in attracting players to traditional titles.

Students from various high schools across Arizona prepare their gaming setups as they anticipate the start of the fifth season of esports competition. (Photo by Daniella Trujillo/Cronkite News)

Back to life: Turf Paradise kicks off 57-day meet despite offseason closure talk

PHOENIX –  Just months ago, Turf Paradise had been read its last rites after a prospective buyer backed out. Yet Monday, the track opened again for the start of a 57-day meet as it fights to remain relevant in Arizona.