Gabe Swartz
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Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Gabe Swartz expects to graduate in May 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism and a minor in business. Swartz, a past president of the Walter Cronkite Sports Network who writes for Devils Digest, is working for the Phoenix sports bureau.

Latest from Gabe Swartz

On the fringe: Some pros still questioning PGA Tour’s Player Impact Program

PHOENIX – As the PGA Tour moves into the second season of “PIP,” some pros still question who is truly benefiting from the program.

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.

Former ASU guard Remy Martin keys national championship hopes for Jayhawks

PHOENIX – Closing his college career at Kansas, guard Remy Martin changes national championship hopes for Jayhawks after leaving Arizona State.

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.

Gilbert Christian star Mitch Lightfoot winds down 6-year Kansas career with final NCAA Men’s Tournament trip

PHOENIX – Gilbert Christian alum Mitch Lightfoot winds down the sixth and final season of his collegiate career at Kansas as the Jayhawks aspire for a national championship run.

Phil Mickelson’s reputation takes hit after Saudi golf comments surface

PHOENIX – Phil Mickelson’s comments regarding the proposed Saudi Golf League lead to lost sponsors and a step back from the PGA Tour.

Aaron Rodgers, Jon Rahm headline star-studded Pro-Am day at WM Open

SCOTTSDALE – World No. 1 golfer Jon Rahm and NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers highlight the Annexus Pro-Am at the WM Phoenix Open Wednesday. Rodgers was happy to talk about golf but not football.

Super Bowl LVI gambling could surpass $100 million in Arizona, experts predict

PHOENIX – Arizona will affect this year’s Super Bowl gambling landscape, sports betting analysts believe, and it could be significant next year when the big game comes to Glendale.