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Daily Devil Dish: Ray Anderson makes sixth hire by promoting Missy Farr-Kaye as women's golf head coach

A new women's golf coach, Shaquielle McKissic headed to the NBA Summer League and track results headline a day of ASU news for June 26.

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

ASU Women's Golf

ASU promotes Missy Farr-Kaye to head coach - After Melissa Luellen left Arizona State to accept Auburn's vacant women's golf head coaching position on June 16, ASU athletic director Ray Anderson promoted 13-year assistant coach Farr-Kaye to replace Luellen. The move was Anderson's sixth head coaching hire since he joined the Sun Devils in January 2014 and the fourth since April.

ASU Basketball

Shaquielle McKissic to play in NBA Summer League - While no Sun Devils were picked in the NBA Draft Thursday for the second year in a row,'s Doug Haller reported Friday the former Arizona State wingman accepted an invite to play on the Sacramento Kings' NBA Summer League team in Las Vegas in July.

McKissic will have a chance to play against fellow rookies, NBA D-League prospects and the occasional seasoned journeyman for a training camp invite on any team. Former teammate Jahii Carson, who went undrafted in the 2014 NBA Draft, had already accepted an invite from the Orlando Magic to play in the NBA's other summer league in Florida. Center Jordan Bachynski, who played in the D-League last season and worked out with the Toronto Raptors earlier this month, and guard Bo Barnes, who participated in draft workouts, are still awaiting invites.

ASU Track & Field

Shelby Houlihan reaches USA 1500m Final - ASU's most dominant female student-athlete last year ran a 4:19.51 at the 1500-meter first round of the USA Track & Field Championships to advance to the finals. Former Sun Devil Charonda Williams will also compete in the finals after recording a time of 11.10 in the 100-meter dash.

ASU Football

Todd Graham's 15 Best Wins No. 11: ASU blows out Navy in Graham's first bowl game - Our countdown of Todd Graham's best wins in his first three seasons at ASU revisits his first bowl win at the 2012 Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl.