Maxwell Williams
Maxwell Williams
Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Maxwell Williams expects to graduate in Spring 2026 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism and a minor in Spanish linguistic studies. Williams has written for the East Valley Tribune.

Latest from Maxwell Williams

Through scenery changes, ASU journeyman Jose Perez has always been a ‘winner’ on the court

TEMPE – ASU men’s basketball graduate guard and journeyman Jose Perez has not had it easy at any of his schools, but has experienced some legendary moments along the way.

With an average of 12.9 points per game, Jose Perez is one of the on-court leaders for the Arizona State men's basketball program. (Photo by Alyssa Buruato/Cronkite News)

From aiding Navajo water projects to reducing food waste, WM Phoenix Open goes green for Arizona charities

SCOTTSDALE – At the WM Phoenix Open, every person in attendance who wore green Saturday added an extra dollar to the Working for Tomorrow Fund, which aims to support local sustainability charities.


Family lawyer says Phoenix Union’s revised travel policies show guilt in student death

PHOENIX – The attorney for a family that lost their 15-year-old son and Cesar Chavez high school student believes that newly released policies from the school board imply guilt.


Sweater believe it: Jeff Munn’s signature fashion collection, born with ASU women’s basketball, shapes broadcast legacy

TEMPE – ASU women’s basketball KTAR FM broadcaster Jeff Munn has a sweater collection decades in the making that all started with his daughter. Just don’t let his brightly colored clothes distract from the impact his voice has had on the greater Phoenix area.


Energy is everything: ASU men’s basketball faces pivotal homestand, coach Bobby Hurley doesn’t want fans to ‘watch the paint dry’

TEMPE – Now on a two-game losing streak thanks to a demoralizing trip north to Oregon and Oregon State, ASU men’s basketball is faced with a defining weekend that could determine the rest of their season outlook.

ASU men's coach Bobby Hurley emphasizes the importance of a supportive home crowd to lift spirits and turn the tide during this week's two-game homestand. (Photo by Kevin Abele/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Stealing the show: Frankie Collins’ defensive mastery anchors ASU men’s basketball

TEMPE – Known for his exceptional swiping ability, Collins not only bolsters ASU's defensive strategy but also fosters discipline and leadership in the Sun Devils’ pursuit of the Pac-12 crown.

ASU guard Frankie Collins brings intensity on offense and defense to help position the Sun Devils for the No. 1 seed in Pac-12 play. (Photo by Bennett Silvyn/Cronkite News)