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Oregon battles, Stanford breezes to set up top-seeded Pac-12 Final

The matchup is set. The top-two seeds will face off once more. And while both have their tickets to the NCAA Tournament all but punched, Oregon and...

Stanford, Arizona State win close calls to advance

Game #3: Stanford 69, USC 59 For three quarters, USC played Stanford essentially even. The problem for the Trojans was the first ten minutes, which saw...

Sun Devils dominate out of the gate in win over Arizona

Seattle - It took a little over six minutes for Arizona to get on the board against Arizona State on Thursday night. By then, the...

Pac-12 Tournament: What you need to know

Twelve teams. Eleven games. Four days. One champion. Those are the essentials of the Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament, which starts Thursday morning at KeyArena in...

No. 8 UCLA, Canada turn on the jets to vault past...

Los Angeles – Nine fourth-quarter points from Jordin Canada helped lift No. 8 UCLA over No. 25 Arizona State, 71-63, in a fiercely-contested matchup...

Hot start propels Bruins past Sun Devils

Arizona State outscored UCLA in the second, third, and fourth quarters of Friday's Pac-12 quarterfinal. That wasn't nearly enough to overcome the damage done in...

Pac 12 Tournament day one: no upsets, but star performances

Game one: Cal 71, USC 58 Kristine Anigwe erupted for 34 points in game one of the Pac 12 Tournament to lead her eighth-seeded Cal...

Coach’s Chair: Charli Turner Thorne, Arizona State University

Now in her 20th year as Arizona State's head coach, Charli Turner Thorne reached 400 career wins in December, 2015, and is second all-time...

Washington claws out win against ASU to remain tied for first...

Seattle, Wash. - The No. 10 Washington Huskies earned another hard-fought victory over No. 23 ranked Arizona State Sunday, 70-57, to remain tied for...

Another level: Pac 12 athletes complete two degrees while playing the...

Balancing the demands of being a college student and a college athlete is a super-human feat. But how about finishing both an undergraduate degree...