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Daily Devil Dish: Maroon, Gold and Sun Devil Football Start the Week Off

The Sun Devils start the week going for gold, while football makes some early headlines.

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ASU Women's Basketball

The Sun Devils are being represented once again this summer in international competition play as junior forward Sophie Brunner and the United States look to claim gold at the 2015 Pan American Games when they take on Canada tonight in the championship game at 5:45 PM PT.

Brunner will become the third member of the team to earn a medal during the offseason, following senior guard Katie Hempen and junior center Quin Dornstauder who medaled with the United States and Canada, respectively, during the World University Games. Brunner has made three appearances for Team USA, showing off her rebounding prowess by snagging six offensive rebounds, which is the third-highest total on the team.

The game will be aired on ESPNU, however will be available for view without interruption on ESPN3.

ASU Football

This morning AZCentral.com reported that ASU asked Clay High School of Green Cove Springs, Fla. (whose mascot is the blue devils) to stop using the pitchfork logo. They had an interesting response to say the least.

The "Jael Mary" earned the No. 11 spot on ESPN's Top 25 College Football Games of 2014 list.

Todd Graham and Co. hosted the second session of Sun Devil football's Maroon and Gold Camp yesterday at the Sun Devil Stadium facilities for high school players between grades 10 and 12.

According to SunDevilSource.com, a few Sun Devil commits and targets were in attendance.

Sun Devil Athletics on Twitter

Sun Devil Tennis head coach Sheila McInerney is now on Twitter. You can follow her @asu10s_coachmac.

In 31 years, McInerney has won a total of 462 games, which is the second most wins of any head coach in Sun Devil athletics history only behind former baseball head coach Jim Brock. McInerney has led the Sun Devils to 28 straight NCAA Tournament appearances out of 30 possible chances, with last year's team reaching the second round where they fell to Oklahoma State. Make sure to give her a follow!