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DDD: Women's Bball gets share of Pac-12 title, Krawczyk defeats No. 1 player in the country

Start your week by catching up on everything from a busy weekend in ASU athletics.

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ASU Basketball

Women's Basketball

No. 9 Sun Devil WBB Concludes Regular Season as Pac-12 Co-Champions - The Sun Devils finish the regular season 25-4 (16-2 Pac-12), but dropped the season-finale on Sunday against the UCLA Bruins in Los Angeles, 74-61. In the process, ASU squandered its opportunity to win the conference outright for the first time since 2001, however will be league co-champions with Oregon State.

ASU is listed as the No. 2 seed in the Pac-12 Tournament, and will face No. 7 Utah or No. 10 California on Friday.

Men's Basketball

Sun Devils comeback bid at Colorado falls short - The Sun Devils men's basketball team fell to 4-12 in conference play (14-15 overall) following a 79-69 defeat in Boulder on Sunday. ASU will return home for a tilt with Stanford on Thursday.

ASU Football

Sun Devils to hire John Simon as running backs coach - On the right side of a coaching swap for a change, the Sun Devils managed to lure former Southern Miss running backs coach John Simon to Tempe. Simon will serve in the same role and be reunited with ASU offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey.

Westerman, Foster shine at the Combine - Former ASU offensive guard Christian Westerman (OL-leading 34 bench press reps) and running back/wide receiver D.J. Foster (WR-leading 4.07 20-yard shuttle) impressed at the NFL Combine over the weekend.

ASU Hockey

Sun Devils drop season finale to U.S. U-18 team, 5-2 - The Sun Devils closed a two-game exhibition series with the United State Under-18 team, losing the final matchup at Gila River Arena by a score of 5-2 on Sunday.

ASU Tennis

Krawczyk upsets No. 1 Di Lorenzo, Devils fall to No. 2 Ohio State - For the second straight year, senior Desirae Krawczyk took down the No. 1-ranked women's singles player in the country, as she defeated Ohio State's Francesca Di Lorenzo in three sets on Sunday, 7-6 (7-5), 3-6, 1-0 (10-3). ASU lost the match 6-1, moving to 6-3 in dual match play.