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Tiger Woods is done for the year, but not without one last major that capped off a painful 10 months.
Sophomore guard Jill Noe will miss the 2003-04 season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee, Arizona State women’s basketball coach Charli Turner Thorne announced on Monday.
FLAGSTAFF - It’s not like Duane Starks and Kyle Vanden Bosch were hanging out together every day, carpooling to rehab or sharing their frustrations.
The ASU women’s golf team won the NCAA Preview in Maryland last week but that is not the Sun Devils’ only reason for excitement. Anna Nordqvist is preparing for an LPGA sectional qualifier on Sept. 16 after finishing second overall at the Preview.
Even the most ardent sports fans understand there are more important things in life, and war is surely one of them. But that doesn't explain why a fair share of Arizona college basketball fans — in the Valley and Tucson — weren't able to watch the University of Arizona's first-round NCAA tournament game Thursday.
Duane Starks spent an hour on the phone Sunday night with former University of Miami teammate Edgerrin James, discussing what it will take for Starks to rehab from a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
For the first 10 years of this century, the boys volleyball landscape was startlingly consistent.
Even now, Coby Rhinehart flinches when the game is brought up.
On the day the Cardinals trimmed their roster to 53 players, the biggest news wasn’t who made the team and who didn’t. The biggest news was who will be back.
May 3, 2005
I got a chance to settle in front of the TV - instead of swelter in Sun Devil Sauna - and watch ASU's opener.
FLAGSTAFF — Just about every position is set as the Arizona Cardinals wind down training camp. The tight end though? Not even close.
Arizona State defensive coordinator Craig Bray is not the type of football coach to hold his players' hands and sing "Kumbaya."
Reggie Wayne stared right through all those reporters. He wasn't bothered by the questions Sunday night. He just couldn't believe he and the Colts lost to his hometown New Orleans Saints in the Super Bowl.
TRENTON, N.J. — Connecticut didn't even bother cutting down the nets after wrapping up a second consecutive trip to the Final Four. The Huskies have bigger goals in mind. The UConn express is heading to St. Louis in search of two more victories and a national championship.
Reality didn't exactly bite Tempe Corona del Sol in the bud during last year's 5A Division I state tournament, it was more like 10 minutes.
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