Jeffrey Horst

Jeffrey Horst

Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Jeffrey Horst is a San Diego native who expects to graduate in May 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism. He is looking to pursue his master’s in journalism and is a digital reporter for Cronkite Sports.

Latest from Jeffrey Horst

Balancing act: Olympic athletes try to ramp up training, avoid injury after COVID-19 delay

PHOENIX – The COVID-19 pandemic put the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on hold for a year. Now, athletes must balance the intensity of training needed to return to peak performance in the summer of 2021 against the risk of injury that comes after shutting down during the outbreak.


ASU’s Herm Edwards, multiple players test positive for COVID-19 as game vs. Cal canceled

PHOENIX - Multiple ASU football players and coaches, including coach Herm Edwards, tested positive for COVID-19, causing ASU’s game versus Cal this Saturday to be canceled.


Arizona State completes upgrades to women’s soccer, lacrosse ‘dream’ fields

PHOENIX- Athletes and coaches from Arizona State’s women’s soccer and lacrosse teams praise the university’s recently renovated and upgraded fields.


In our ‘DNA’: Phoenix to host 2026 NCAA Women’s Final Four

PHOENIX - The NCAA names Phoenix as the host of the 2026 NCAA Women’s Final Four.


Arizona’s Sumlin asymptomatic after testing positive for COVID-19, urges players to remain diligent

PHOENIX – Arizona football coach Kevin Sumlin expresses gratitude for his asymptomatic condition after testing positive for COVID-19.


Pac-12 must satisfy six states before kicking off football season

PHOENIX – The Pac-12 Conference has a puzzle to solve before returning to sports action with its schools spread across six states, each with varying state health requirements that must be met.


Pages through screens: ASU women’s basketball team reads books to children virtually

PHOENIX – The ASU women’s basketball team partnered with the Washington Elementary School District on Sept. 6 for National Read a Book Day, delivering what is usually an in-person experience virtually.


Arizona suspends sports following COVID-19 spike; ASU says ‘no’ to releasing athlete data

PHOENIX – Arizona suspends athletic activity until Tuesday and women’s soccer activities for two weeks out of precaution of spreading COVID-19. ASU says it won't release athlete-specific information.