Rudy Aguado
Rudy Aguado(he/him/his)
Sports Visual Journalist, Phoenix

Rudy Aguado expects to graduate in December 2022 with a master’s degree in sports journalism. Aguado is interning with the Arizona Interscholastic Association and has collaborated with AZPreps365.

Latest from Rudy Aguado

ASU football captains: We’re ready for life without Herm Edwards

TEMPE – With Shaun Aguano at the helm for Arizona State, changes are already underway. Team captains say they are commitment to the interim coach as they enter a difficult stretch in the season.


‘A new chapter’: Arizona Coyotes excited for move to Mullett Arena

SCOTTSDALE – The Coyotes play 20 of 24 games on the road to start the season and share their excitement about the home opener at Mullett Arena on Oct. 28.


Arcadia coach Ray Brown teaches the game of life through football

SCOTTSDALE — Former NFL coach Ray Brown teaches his players at Arcadia high school about the importance of education and responsibility through football.

Arcadia coach Ray Brown looks to continue his undefeated season Friday against Camelback High School. (Rudy Aguado/Cronkite News)

All heart: Shae Veach’s miraculous journey from heart transplant patient to the gridiron

PHOENIX - Perry high school football player Shae Veach received a heart transplant two years ago. Now healthy, Veach is playing in his first football season at Perry and continues to defeat all odds.

Perry High School football player Shae Veach, who had a heart transplant two years ago, practices before Friday's first home game of the season. (Photo by Rudy Aguado/Cronkite News)

From Paddle People to a sea of orange, Emory Jones and ASU hope to block out rowdy Oklahoma State fans

TEMPE – Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma, is expected to be packed and loud when Arizona State takes on No. 11 Oklahoma State in a high-profile college football matchup.