Paul Schulz
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Sports Broadcast Reporter, Phoenix

Paul Schulz expects to graduate in May 2024 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism before pursuing master’s in mass communication. Schulz is the president of Inferno Intel and has interned with Arizona’s Family and Varsity Sports Show in broadcasting and production roles.

Latest from Paul Schulz

Avid Diamondbacks fan Jeff Golner rings in World Series return with engagement and mother

PHOENIX – Jeff Golner and Sandy Fromm are longtime Diamondbacks fans. The mother-son duo share how the Diamondbacks have impacted their lives, from working with the team to an engagement to a World Series ring.

Jeff Golner and his mom posing for a selfie.

Arizona State women’s golf readies for regionals on heels of Beth Coulter’s second-place Pac-12 finish

PHOENIX – Beth Coulter’s second-place individual finish at Pac-12s and strong seasons from Paula Schulz-Hannsen and Ashley Menne set ASU up for a potential return to Nationals in Scottsdale.

Arizona State women's golfer Beth Coulter shot a 5-under par last week at the Pac-12 Women's Championships to finish second overall in the tournament. (Photo courtesy of ASU Athletics)

Thrilling comeback leads ASU baseball to 13-10 win, series sweep over Grand Canyon

PHOENIX – Contributions from Nick McLain, Jacob Tobias, Luke Hill and Luke Keaschall flipped a seven-run deficit into a three-run victory for Arizona State baseball over Grand Canyon Tuesday night.

2023 Masters champion Jon Rahm stays connected to Valley, Arizona State on PGA Tour rise

PHOENIX – Jon Rahm, an Arizona State University alumnus, won the Masters tournament on Sunday. His impact on the Sun Devil community and the Valley continues to this day.

John Rahm pumps his fists in the air with spectators cheering behind him.

‘I’m just heartbroken’: Last second bucket from TCU’s Coles ends ASU’s NCAA tournament run

DENVER – DJ Horne and Warren Washington led the way in points for Arizona State, but crucial turnovers down the stretch set TCU up for a last-second shot that allowed the Horned Frogs to advance in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.

Pac to Pac: Courtney Ramey, Azuolas Tubelis lead Arizona men to second straight tournament title

LAS VEGAS – A back-and-forth battle between UCLA and Arizona ended with a victory for the Wildcats in the Pac–12 Men’s Basketball Tournament, thanks to the prolific offense of Azuolas Tubelis and a late 3-pointer from Courtney Ramey.

Wildcats double down with effort in Vegas, advance to Pac-12 tournament title game

LAS VEGAS – The Arizona Wildcats hope what happens in Vegas doesn't stay there. Their impressive effort against Arizona State, especially late in the game, send the Wildcats into the championship game of the Pac-12 Men's Basketball Tournament against UCLA Saturday night.

Second-half surge pushes Arizona men past Stanford to stay alive in Pac-12 tournament

LAS VEGAS – Despite a quiet night from Kerr Kriisa, the Wildcats rallied to defeat a resilient Stanford team Thursday in Las Vegas.

The Arizona Wildcats’ Cedric Henderson Jr. breaks through the Stanford defense en route to a layup at the Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament. (Photo by Nikash Nath/Cronkite News)

Catching on: William Contreras settles in as long-term solution to Brewers’ backstop issues

PHOENIX – The Brewers have had problems at the catching position since Jonathan Lucroy departed in 2016. This offseason, the Brewers acquired 25-year-old All-Star catcher William Contreras from the Atlanta Braves. Five years left on his contract, he seems to be the long-term answer.

New Milwaukee Brewers catcher William Contreras, who fills a long-standing void at the position, became a first-time All-Star in 2022. (Photo by Paul Schulz/Cronkite News)

Kenny Dillingham’s first football signing class at ASU ripe with new talent

TEMPE – Kenny Dillingham and his staff secured 43 commitments on National Signing Day, including 15 high school prospects and 25 college transfers, in a complete overhaul of the Sun Devil football roster.

Kenny Dillingham at a press conference.