Hogan Armstrong
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Sports Visual Journalist, Phoenix

Hogan Armstrong expects to graduate in spring 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism. Armstrong, who was a research and development intern for Criminal Minded Media, is working for the Phoenix sports bureau.

Latest from Hogan Armstrong

Hey, batter batter: Offense sparks ASU softball team to nation-leading win streak

TEMPE – The Arizona State softball team is attracting national attention as it improves its win streak to 20. The streak is on the line with a three-game series against Stanford that starts Friday.

18 and counting: Arizona State softball team creating buzz after winning again in dramatic fashion

TEMPE – Arizona State softball sits atop the Pac-12 standings for the first time in a decade, propelled by a historic 18-game win streak and a perfect 10-0 start to conference play. ASU faces off against fifth place Utah for the second game of a series tonight.

Best in the West? Sandra Day O’Connor makes case for one of top boys volleyball teams in country

PHOENIX – In a sport dominated by California and Hawaii programs, the boys volleyball team from Sandra Day O’Connor is making a case as one of top teams in country.

Brisket, bacon and baseball: Chase Field delivers new food lineup for 2022 season

PHOENIX – Knowing food and baseball go hand-in-hand, the Diamondbacks have unveiled a variety of new menu options at Chase Field

Homecoming: Former Pinnacle High softball star shines in return to Arizona

TEMPE – Marissa Schuld (ASU) and Taylor Fawcett (Rutgers) went to multiple state title games as the stars of the Pinnacle High School softball team. They went head-to-head for the first time as collegiate athletes in a recent tournament.

Friends first: Perry-Hamilton title game bigger than basketball for rival coaches

PHOENIX – Perry High coach Sam Duane and Hamilton’s Doug Harris faced off to decide Arizona’s 6A boys basketball championship. It was a surreal moment for the close friends.

Despite cancer diagnosis, heart attack, Rachel Matakas leads Valley Vista to third straight title

PHOENIX – The 2022 6A basketball state championship game showcased a talented Valley Vista team, but the biggest storyline of the season was coach Rachel Matakas, who suffered a heart attack at the start of the year.

‘Go grab a basketball’: Perry High grateful 7-footer Dylan Anderson took Frank Caliendo’s advice

GILBERT – Seven-foot center Dylan Anderson played football before he picked up basketball five years ago. In that time, he thrived on the court and has committed to the University of Arizona after back-to-back standout seasons at Perry High School.

Sunny, with a chance of (beer) showers: Restriction-free Phoenix Open returns in big way

SCOTTSDALE – The wildest tournament on the PGA Tour lived up to its billing as an abundance of fans enjoyed sunny skies, a celebratory atmosphere and high quality golf.

Thunderbirds expect fundraising bounce back after ’21 Phoenix Open COVID-19 limitations

PHOENIX – The Thunderbirds spent a year prepping TPC Scottsdale for the 2022 WM Phoenix Open. On the heels of a limited-access tournament last year because of COVID-19, the organization is expected to raise about $10 million from this event.