William Wilson
William Wilson
Sports Visual Journalist, Phoenix

William Wilson expects to graduate in May 2024 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism. Wilson has worked with companies such as Nike, William Morris Endeavor, Ballislife and more.

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Desert Ridge High School leads way in building bridge to connect students with world of competitive robotics

MESA – Desert Ridge robotics has slowly built one of the best programs in the state, eyeing a return to the VEX World Championship after a top 16 finish last school year with the Nano Jagwires.

Desert Ridge student and a partially built robot.

‘Finish the job’: Colangelo, Womack, Johnson reflect on Diamondbacks’ World Series runs

PHOENIX – Jerry Colangelo, Tony Womack, Randy Johnson discuss the magic of the 2001 Diamondbacks team and reflect on the 2023 squad.

ASU baseball gears up for 2024 season with fresh outlook, NCAA tournament snub in rearview

TEMPE – In preparation for the 2024 season, Sun Devils add 32 new faces to the roster with hope the team doesn’t struggle down the stretch. Coach Willie Bloomquist and his young but talented team are eager to showcase their potential as they welcome 18 freshmen and 14 transfers this season.

Arizona State player ready for pitch

Search for solution to stadium looms over Diamondbacks amid miracle playoff run

PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks are one win away from their second World Series berth. But if the team can’t strike a deal with the city or County soon, their iconic downtown Phoenix location could be in jeopardy.

Safety concerns, maintenance issues and the expiration of the Arizona Diamondbacks' lease at Chase Field in 2027 are casting doubts on the team's long-term future in downtown Phoenix. (Photo by William Wilson/Cronkite News)

It takes a team: Moving ASU’s football equipment requires precise planning, herculean efforts by staff

TEMPE – A lot of preparation goes into moving all the necessary football equipment every time ASU football hits the road, with the team’s equipment staff working around the clock.

Truck that moves all of ASU Football equipment on game day.

‘It’s been exhausting’: Challenges on, off court for Phoenix Mercury lead to disappointing season

PHOENIX – For the first time since 2012, the WNBA playoffs will be played without the Phoenix Mercury. Finding themselves in uncharted territory, they will have a head start to a busy offseason: impending head coaching search and the WNBA Draft.

Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner Interview

No flag on this play: AIA-sanctioned girls flag football debuts at Nike Kickoff Classic

PHOENIX - The Arizona Cardinals show support for girls flag football at the Nike Kickoff Classic where Mountain Pointe and Mountain View compete in their first AIA-sanctioned flag football game of the season.

Girls play flag football at Mountain View High School in Mesa.