Allan Houston's FISLL brand secures a licensing agreement with the WNBA, promoting social justice and leadership through fashion. (Photo courtesy of FISLL Media)

Allan Houston’s FISLL brand showcases WNBA stories through fashion

PHOENIX – Former NBA star Allan Houston's social impact brand partners with the WNBA to promote values of faith, integrity, sacrifice, leadership and legacy through fashion and storytelling.

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Summer League presents opportunity for Suns to find point guard

LAS VEGAS – The Phoenix Suns are lacking one true position headed into the season: point guard. The Suns’ Summer League team has a variety of guards on the roster who could potentially fill that role.

Former Michigan State guard Tyson Walker, now with the Phoenix Suns' Summer League team, looks to showcase his skills and compete for a roster spot. (Photo by Joshua Heron/Cronkite News)

ASU’s Lindsey Ellis to coach U.S. women’s hockey at University Games

TEMPE – ASU women’s hockey coach Lindsey Ellis has been selected to coach Team USA at the 2025 FISU Winter World University Games in Torino, Italy next January.

Since founding the team in 2016, Lindsey Ellis has transformed ASU's women's hockey program into a powerhouse. (Photo courtesy of Billy Wuneburger)

Big 12 debut brings new academic and travel hurdles for ASU, Arizona athletes

LAS VEGAS – ASU, the University of Arizona and other schools joining the Big 12 Conference are preparing for increased travel that may impact athletes' academic performance, with officials emphasizing the importance of academic support.

As Arizona State transitions to the Big 12, logistical challenges loom for the equipment staff, with longer drives to games, some even on the East Coast. (File photo by William Wilson/Cronkite News)

New-look Big 12 debuts at Las Vegas media days with bold ambitions

LAS VEGAS – At the Big 12 media days in Las Vegas, Commissioner Brett Yormark unveiled an ambitious vision for the newly expanded 16-team conference.

Big 12 commissioner Brett Yormark addresses the media at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas during the first day of Big 12 Media Day. (Photo courtesy of Brad Denny)

Last place? ASU football dismisses skeptics who predict poor Pac-12 finish

LAS VEGAS – Arizona State football coach Kenny Dillingham attended his first Big 12 Football Media Day. Picked to finish last in the conference, the Sun Devils and Dillingham say they have improved in the offseason and hope to prove critics wrong.

Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium was transformed into a press setting for Big 12 Football Media Day. Players and coaches, including Arizona State’s Kenny Dillingham, addressed questions about the new-look conference. (Photo courtesy of PHNX)