Ethan Greni
Ethan Greni
Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Ethan Greni is a transfer student from California who expects to graduate in May 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism. Greni is a digital reporter covering hockey for Cronkite News.

Latest from Ethan Greni

As protests for racial justice divided the country, ASU hockey star found his voice

PHOENIX – In an open letter, ASU hockey player Dominic Garcia revealed that he had faced racism in the past.

‘It’s go time’: Booker, Ayton eager to start after key offseason additions

PHOENIX- All-star guard Devin Booker and center Deandre Ayton share their thoughts about new additions, shifting Suns’ culture

Big Ten, here we come: ASU hockey team opens season at Michigan

TEMPE -Arizona State men's hockey team ready for fresh start after lost NCAA Tournament opportunity last season.

Finally: ASU set to begin play as delayed Pac-12 schedule could work to league’s advantage

TEMPE – Exactly 312 days. That’s how much time will have passed since Arizona State’s last game when it takes the field Saturday against No. 20 USC.

After big Monday night win, Cardinals prepare for matchup against undefeated Seahawks

PHOENIX - NFC West tilt looks to be Arizona’s biggest game of the season so far

In COVID-19 world, ASU hockey settles for no home games, complete Big Ten schedule

PHOENIX – Arizona State men's hockey will play 28 games against seven Big Ten teams, all on the road, as programs across the country scramble for ways to adjust in a pandemic world.

‘That was my identity’: COVID-19 pandemic costing stadium workers their jobs

PHOENIX – When the COVID-19 pandemic halted sports, those who work at stadiums and depend on the games to make their living were sidelined right along with those who played them.

‘It’s in our DNA’: Phoenix pitches to host NCAA Women’s Final Four

PHOENIX- Phoenix's 2026 bid is the city's first since it lost out on hosting the tournament to Cleveland in 2007, but they think they've changed.

Daily COVID-19 testing could help Pac-12 return to play earlier than expected

Pac-12 sports could resume sooner rather than later after announcing partnership with COVID-19 testing corporation.