The question of whether Herm Edwards will continue as Arizona State's coach has been answered.
Cal State Fullerton opened the second half with a 15-0 run and the Northern Arizona men’s basketball team would not recover as the Titans handed the Lumberjacks a 73-56 loss in the Rolle Activity Center on Wednesday.
Jacob Hutson scored a career high 26 points on 9-for-13 shooting to help Loyola Chicago beat Arizona State 77-59 in Friday's seventh-place game to wrap up the Battle 4 Atlantis.
Buddy Boeheim scored 17 of his 23 points before halftime to help Syracuse build a huge lead and beat Arizona State 92-84 in Thursday's consolation round at the Battle 4 Atlantis.
The billboard serves as a reminder of last year’s Territorial Cup to anyone who drives Interstate-10 between Phoenix and Tucson.
There have been 14 coaching changes at the FBS level this season.
Winning rivalry games comes with bragging rights and other rewards, but Alabama coach Nick Saban knows what losing them brings.
Christian Koloko's mother flew from Cameroon to see her son play for Arizona for the first time. He didn't disappoint, dominating at both ends.
Max Borghi rushed for a career-high 139 yards and two touchdowns in the last home game of his career, Travell Harris and Calvin Jackson Jr. each had two touchdown receptions, and Washington State became bowl eligible with a 44-18 win over Arizona on Friday night.
Bennedict Mathurin had 25 points and 10 rebounds, Christian Koloko added 13 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks and Arizona blew a 16-point second-half lead before beating Wichita State 82-78 in overtime on Sunday night at the Roman Main Event.
Now that Oregon State is bowl eligible, coach Jonathan Smith anticipates the Beavers may play with more abandon.
Considering the turmoil of its season, Washington State being on the cusp of bowl eligibility is a rather significant achievement.
The Yavapai College athletics department announced in a news release the hiring of Jay Joyner to be the next head coach of the newly-reinstated men’s basketball program.
Whether it be 9,140 miles from the Prescott campus or just three miles away, the Yavapai College women’s soccer team boasts student-athletes from all over the world. Three of its student-athletes, however, call Prescott, Arizona, their hometown and were a part of history this fall as they competed in the program’s inaugural season.
Cameron Rising's long hair was still dripping wet at the postgame press conference, 30 minutes after the final whistle, giving an indication of a bruising, physical afternoon in the desert.
In its final game of the regular season on Friday, Nov. 12, there was no way Prescott football could get first place in the Grand Canyon Region. That ship sailed last week after the Badgers lost the tie-breaker to rivals Bradshaw Mountain, which captured its first title since 2016.
Just about any sort of win in the Pac-12 is cause for fans to rush the field in celebration these days.
Arizona's players weaved freely off screens, hit teammates with crisp passes and used its defense to set up easy transition baskets.
If you grew up in Prescott or have at least lived in the area for some time, it’s practically impossible not to be familiar with the popularity and regality of the Yavapai Men’s Soccer program.
A fox ran onto the field at Sun Devil Stadium, leaped over a wall and scampered up the steps before hiding under a seat. It returned about a minute later around the 10-yard line, dodged a few workers and sprinted up a ramp out of sight. Rachaad White made Southern California's defenders know how the workers felt with a foxy mix of power, speed and elusiveness.
Jubilant Arizona players danced, cheered and sang "Bear Down" at ear-splitting level. The longest losing streak in the nation was finally over.
The calendar has flipped to November, signifying the final stretch of college football's regular season.
A barefoot Jake Plummer took off from the group photo and did a partial lap around his former teammates, laughing the entire way.
Seeking a second-consecutive region championship, the Yavapai College men’s soccer team fell 2-0 Friday night against the Arizona Western College Matadors in the NJCAA Division I Region I Championship match.
With its playoff fate hanging in the balance, the Yavapai College volleyball team delivered a clutch sweep in its Wednesday night, Oct. 27, tilt against the Eastern Arizona Gila Monsters.