Posted February 07, 2012 on
Scout.com takes a look at Arizona State's performance on Signing Day 2012. National Recruiting Analyst Greg Biggins gives his take on the Sun Devils.
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Arizona State football coach Todd Graham announced the addition of six new staff members, including former ASU standout Rudy Burgess and former Scottsdale Saguaro head coach John Sanders.
Burgess, a 2007 alumnus, will join the staff as the Management Intern for Football and returns to ASU after a short professional stint in the Arena Football League. He was one of the most versatile...
Trent Lockett isn't a point guard by trade, but the Sun Devils found out just how badly they need him there when he sprained his right ankle last month.
Lockett could return Feb. 9 to face Utah at home, and ASU would welcome him back with open arms. Without their junior leading scorer and rebounder, the Devils had lost five times in six games. They averaged 48.4 points in the...
TEMPE, Ariz. -- It might seem odd, but the Arizona State softball team isn't eager to talk about its 2011 Women's College World Series championship. It doesn't want to be looked at as the 'defending' or 'reigning' champion. That's so last year.
With the 2012 season just days away, the ASU softball team has put its 2011 championship season out of mind...
TEMPE, Ariz. While working his way back to the floor, Arizona State junior Trent Lockett has become a home health practitioner.
When Lockett is not taking treatment for a severely sprained right ankle at Wells Fargo Arena, he ministers to himself at home. He places his ankle in a cooled sleeve that is attached to an electronic device that applies pressure to the joint. He props...
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There is nothing quite like the return of a player who has the potential and drive to lead his team to victory. After an ankle injury sidelined him for the last six games Arizona State (7-16, 3-8 Pac-12) is expected to have junior Trent Lockett back on the court as soon as Thursday.
The Utah women's basketball team starts seeing familiar opponents this week, having seen every team in the Pac-12 at least once. Utah takes on Arizona State on Thursday, Feb. 9 at 7:00 p.m. before facing Arizona on Saturday, Feb. 11, at 2:00 p.m.
The Arizona State women's basketball team goes on the road for the second time in three weeks when it travels to Salt Lake City and Boulder, Colo., to take on the newest members of the Pac-12, Utah (Thursday at 7 p.m. MT) and Colorado (Saturday at 7 p.m. MT).
Arizona State has plenty of weapons returning for its title defense, but the Sun Devils face stiff competition from its own conference, specifically from Cal.
The 2012 softball team starts the year against defending national champion Arizona State Thursday night and four other opponents this weekend.
The Utah men's basketball team (5-18, 2-9 Pac-12) heads to Arizona State (7-16, 3-8 Pac-12) Thursday as the Utes look to capture a season sweep of the Sun Devils. Fans can watch the game live via webcast, here.