Marcos Granda Martínez
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Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Marcos Granda Martínez expects to graduate in August 2022 with a master’s degree in sports journalism. Granda handled communications and social media for Oviedo Club Baloncesto, a professional basketball team in Spain.

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Casa Grande’s Barça Residency Academy producing top level soccer talent

CASA GRANDE – FC Barcelona is known for producing some of soccer’s top talents through their academy in Spain. Since 2016, they have used the same approach in Casa Grande, where every graduate so far has played in college or signed a professional contract.


First woman to lead men’s team to NJCAA title? That would be South Mountain CC’s Chelsea Carroll

PHOENIX – Chelsea Carroll, the coach for the men’s and women’s golf teams at South Mountain Community College, became the first woman to lead a men’s team to an NJCAA title.


Viral explosion brings attention to Funny Car competitor, ASU student Bobby Bode III

PHOENIX – Bobby Bode III is the youngest driver in the NHRA Funny Car racing competition. In Houston, he went viral as his car exploded, preventing him from achieving his first victory.


Mexico fans come out strong for team’s loss to Uruguay in soccer friendly at State Farm Stadium

GLENDALE – The strong run of success by Mexico’s national soccer team came to an end Thursday against Uruguay at State Farm Stadium. It was still a night to remember for nearly 60,000 fans.


Heartbreak at Grayhawk: ASU men’s golf falls just short of national championship

SCOTTSDALE – Arizona State finished strong in the NCAA Division I men’s golf championship but fell just short against Texas for the title.


‘You don’t play finals, you win finals’: ASU men’s golf competes for national title

SCOTTSDALE – Arizona State defeated the best team in the country, Oklahoma, and the defending champion, Pepperdine, to advance to the NCAA DI men's golf team championship.


I, robotics major: ASU defensive lineman B.J. Green hopes to build prosthetics for children

PHOENIX – Former ASU walk-on B.J. Green not only landed a scholarship, but he hopes his focus on robotics will allow him to design prosthetics for children who cannot afford them.