Photo highlights: Week in sports
Members of the Sun Devil Marching Band provided some musical spirit for the spring football game, April 21.Tom Story
Fans found shade where they could for the game. Pat's Run took place that morning before the spring game and several Pat's Run participants - indicated by their red event shirts - stayed to watch the football team.Tom Story
Signs identified the available season ticket locations, as part of the annual "Select-A-Seat" promotion.Tom Story
The spring scrimmage began with a coin flip and a meeting of the "captains" on the field.Robert Kline
Rashad Ross secures the ball after making an over-the-shoulder catch and rambled down the field for a touchdown.Tom Story
J.J. Holliday (right) leaps to make the sideline catch.Robert Kline
Mike Bercovici celebrates in the background as Jamal Miles is tackled backwards into the end zone for a touchdown.Robert Kline
Marshall Israel (38) and Jake Sheffield (41) pressure Michael Eubank.Robert Kline
Jamal Miles (right) takes the ball around the end and outruns the defenders, including linebacker Anthony Jones, to score a touchdown.Robert Kline
Jamal Miles tiptoes along the sideline, under the weight of tacklers and the watchful gaze of the officials. For more photos from the spring game visit the Sun Devil athletics site.Tom Story
Following the game, the players stayed on the field to meet fans of all ages and sign autographs. Linebacker Jason Franklin charms a young Sun Devil fan.Tom Story
Matt Kirwan uses his helmet as a desk to sign a poster for a young fan.Tom Story
Kenny Evans (left), mayor of Payson, Ariz, speaks at a press conference to announce an initiative spearheaded by Todd Graham (right), ASU head football coach and Steve Patterson (center), ASU athletics director, to restore the tradition of hosting ASU football at Camp Tontazona, located east of Payson, for practice and scrimmage beginning this fall. To learn more about this legendary football tradition, visit https://asunews.asu.edu/20120419_Football_CampT.Tom Story
Eighteen student-athletes were named to the 2012 State Farm Territorial Cup Series Good Neighbor Team. From left to right: Aaron Pflugrad, football; Annie Lockwood, softball; David Lowe, men's golf; Haley Parsons, women's basketball; Contance Ezugha, women's indoor track & field; Beate Jones (front), gymnastics; Jamie Sandys, men's track & field; Stephanie Preach, volleyball; Kelli Kyle, women's swimming & diving; Stephen Estes (rear), men's swimming & diving; Ashley Lampley, women's outdoor track & field; Kauren Tarver, women's cross country; Trent Lockett, men's basketball; Garrett Baker-Slama, men's cross country. Not shown: Deven Marrero, baseball; Giulia Molinaro, women's golf; Nicole Stone, women's soccer; Sianna Simmons, women's tennis.
To learn more about the student athletes and their accomplishments, visit http://www.thesundevils.com/sports/osad/spec-rel/042312aaa.html.