Arizona State Sun Devils Tickets

The Arizona State Sun Devils have won all that there is to be won in NCAA. They have plenty of titles in more than one sport on both team as well as individual level. They now rank among the most prestigious programs in the country. Devils know how to win and how to win big. That is a hallmark of greatness that sets them apart from a lot of other athletics programs. They have been relentless when it comes to winning championships and more of the same is expected from them this time around as well.

Athletics Program:

Arizona State Sun Devils

Competition Level:

NCAA Division I


Arizona State University

The Arizona State Sun Devils have a long and illustrious relationship with collegiate level sports. They have been consistent over the years in their pursuit of titles and that has served very well in their quest to become one of the most formidable athletics programs in the country today. They will be looking to get going as soon as the season gets underway. Arizona State Sun Devils tickets are once again in hot demand as their fans gear up for what will for sure be another exciting campaign from the start all the way to its conclusion.


The Arizona State Sun Devils’ association with football dates all the way back to the year 1897. The program has seen considerable success over the years. In football, the Sun Devils have gone on to win seventeen conference titles and produced eighteen consensus All-Americans. They have also gone on to win two national championships, both unclaimed. Their postseason bowl appearance count stands at twenty six with thirteen wins. The Sun Devils have a more than decent overall win record that currently stands above the .600 mark.


The Sun Devils have notched up a pretty impressive record in baseball as well. They have managed to get their hands on the conference title twenty one times. They have also made it to the NCAA Tournament on thirty four occasions. Sun Devils have headlined the College World Series a whopping twenty two times and have been crowned the best in the country on another five occasions to cement their place right up there among the best baseball programs of all time.


The Arizona State Sun Devils softball teams too have witnessed considerable success in the last few decades. They have lifted the conference title twice while making their way to the NCAA Tournament twenty five times since 1982. They have also made it to the Women’s College World Series on eleven occasions during this time and have also gone on to lift the national championship twice.


The ASU have had a brilliant golf program for decades now. The sport has brought them a lot of glory and recognition. In golf, the Sun Devils have managed to win a whopping twenty conference championships and half a dozen NCAA regional titles. The NCAA Division I Championship has been won once while six of their former players have gone on to lift individual national crowns.

Other Sports and Legacy

The Arizona State Sun Devils have won a host of major accolades in other sports as well. They have a total of a staggering one hundred and thirty eight national titles in sports like baseball, wrestling, men’s gymnastics, men and women’s track and field, golf, badminton, archery, tennis and softball etc. On top of that, they have also produced an incredible three hundred and sixty eight players that have gone on to become national champions. ASU has also produced one hundred and sixty Olympians that have gone on to represent different countries. This legacy is what makes them so special and exactly why there will not be too many people betting against them this season.


Did You Know?

  • Their baseball program has been ranked among top positions every year since the program began.
  • Their five national championships put them on the fourth spot on the list of programs with most wins.
  • They have a whopping sixty one CWC games, which is the third most by any program in the country.
  • The legendary Phil Mickelson used to play golf for ASU as well and won three national titles as a Sun Devil.
  • Ned Wulk was their baseball coach between 1958 and 1982 and notched up a 406-272 record, the best by a coach in the program’s history.