Latest from Kathryn Field
PHOENIX – The parents of two transgender youth athletes have filed a lawsuit over Arizona’s ban on transgender girls participating in girls sports.
TEMPE – ASU gymnast Hannah Scharf has already cemented herself as one of the Sun Devil greats, and has one last chance to showcase her talents this season at the NCAA women’s championships.
PHOENIX – Lacrosse is most popular on the East Coast, but the sport is still finding its footing in Arizona. The lacrosse community in the state is small but mighty and is working toward sustainable growth.
Arizona Legacy Pride Hockey Association, an LGBTQ+ hockey league, is working to make the sport more inclusive and accessible. In conjunction with the Arizona Coyotes, ALPHA has created a safe space for growth.
TEMPE – The Premier Hockey Federation comes to Tempe’s Mullett Arena for Sunday’s Isobel Cup Championship. This marks the first time the PHF has held an event in Arizona with hopes of growing women’s hockey in the state.
PHOENIX – Arizona State University lacrosse has seen immense change since its trip to the 2022 Pac-12 championship game. The team looks to use new players and new coaches to its advantage in the upcoming season.