The Phoenix Coyotes faced a lot of obstacles during the 2011-12 NHL season. The biggest ones were off the ice.
Gil Morgan made a name for himself on the PGA Tour, winning seven tournaments in a career that spanned more than two decades. He owns the distinction of becoming the first person in U.S. Open history to reach 10 under par at any point during the tournament (he accomplished this in 1992).
Doctors have stressed the importance of children remaining physically active in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, hoping to prevent kids from tumbling down a dangerous, unhealthy path due to the absence of school and structure.
Athletes everywhere are refocusing and reworking their training regimens now that the 2020 Summer Olympics have been pushed back a year.
Brinson Pasichnuk recalls when he first realized he wanted to play in the National Hockey League.
During his sophomore year at Chaparral High School, pitcher Chance Adams was in line to earn a spot on the varsity team.
Football coaches are well-known for thinking and saying that there aren’t any challenges that can’t be faced and conquered.
March 25, 2016, sophomore Ryan Hingst did what only nine other pitchers in Arizona State baseball history had done before him. Hingst fired a no-hitter in a 5-0 win against Utah at Phoenix Municipal Stadium.
Some people still call it the greatest Elite Eight game ever. Some still feel nauseous when they dare think about it.
Former Diamondbacks pitcher Randy Johnson accomplished a lot during a 22-year Hall of Fame career.
The International Olympic Committee announced Tuesday that the 2020 Olympics will be postponed by about one year.
Ella Johnston was a 13-year-old cheerleader when she suffered a concussion during practice that was so severe she needed speech, occupational and physical therapy.
The suspension of the NBA on March 11 jarred the sports world. Major League Baseball was next, suspending its spring operations.
The worldwide coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to have a significant, far-reaching impact on sports, and baseball isn’t immune.
PHOENIX – The outbreak of COVID-19 has disrupted sporting events over the world, but the Arizona Interscholastic Association provided a hint of normalcy on Monday. The AIA Board announced that it still hopes to resume spring sports at some point soon, including holding the respective sports’ championships.
These are stressful times for those in sports, those who follow sports and those who make their livelihood through the games others play.
PHOENIX – The ever-changing sports world due to the coronavirus pandemic was epitomized Thursday as Diamondbacks pitcher Archie Bradley reflected on the uncertainty of his sport.
Camp Verde High girls basketball nearly swept the Central Region awards.
LAS VEGAS – Arizona coach Adia Barnes has the Wildcats on the verge of hosting the opening rounds in NCAA Tournament play, something she didn’t want her team to think about as it traveled to the Pac-12 Tournament.
It’s Week 2 of the Arizona high school track and field season and the sky is the limit for Mingus Union pole vaulters.
Mingus Union baseball has started the season with a losing record against mostly bigger schools but they’ve shown promise.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho – College of Southern Idaho’s Nikki Zielinski had a big weekend in helping the Golden Eagle Softball team to a sweep of College of Southern Nevada.
PHOENIX – As the world continues to deal with the impact of COVID-19, a novel strain of the coronavirus that has killed more than 3,000 people and infected more than 95,000 others across the world, concerns have seeped into the Arizona sports community.