The ASU women’s basketball team has always prided itself on its defense.
For most of the ASU women’s basketball team, this weekend’s road trip to the Pac-10’s Washington schools marks the end of the “first round” of the conference schedule and a chance to keep a
If Danielle Orsillo ever wants to be reminded of what she’s gone through over the past year, all she needs to do is look at the tan line on her wrist.
The last time the ASU women’s basketball team faced UA, it had to survive a comeback attempt by the Wildcats in the game’s final seconds to come away with a 67-64 win.
Not this time.
Generally, a matchup between a team winless in Pac-10 play and another that has won four of six conference games wouldn’t garner too much attention.