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Daily Devil Dish: Baseball sweeps EMU, Pro Day, and more from the weekend

Catch up on everything you might have missed from over the weekend.

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ASU Baseball

Zawada hits two home runs, Sun Devils complete sweep of Eastern Michigan: ASU earned its second series sweep of the season after knocking of Eastern Michigan behind two multi-homeruns from designated hitter Sebastian Zawada, routing the Eagles in the series finale 8-1.

Sun Devils earn first walk-off win of the year, beat EMU after 11 innings: A night before hitting two home runs, Zawada hit a game-winning RBI-single to capture ASU's first walk-off victory of the campaign.

Martinez glides through rough patch en route to winning first game of series vs EMU: Seth Martinez (3-0, 0.47 ERA) allowed just one run in six innings as the Sun Devils claimed a 12-4 win over EMU to open the series.

ASU Football

Vi Teofilo, Devin Lucien improve draft stock with strong Pro Day: Offensive guard Vi Teofilo (43 bench reps) and receiver Devin Lucien (4.42u 40-yd dash) impressed, alongside other former ASU football players pushing to reach the NFL on Friday.

ASU Basketball

Men's Basketball

No. 11 seed ASU to face No. 6 seed Oregon State to open Pac-12 Tourney on Wednesday: The Sun Devils will face the Beavers on Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. (MT) in Las Vegas for the Pac-12 men's basketball tournament. The game will be televised by the Pac-12 Networks.

Sun Devils drop regular-season finale to Cal, 68-65: The Sun Devils were unable to finish above .500 in head coach Bobby Hurley's first season in Tempe, as ASU fell to 15-16 (5-13 Pac-12) on the year following their defeat to Cal on Saturday.

Women's Basketball

No. 10 Sun Devil WBB upset by Cal in opening round of Pac-12 Tourney: The No. 2-seeded Sun Devils were upset by the No. 10-seeded Golden Bears in the first round of the Pac-12 women's basketball tournament on Friday.

ASU Tennis

Sun Devils defeat No. 20 Stanford for second time in program history: Sun Devil Tennis defeated the Cardinal for just the second time in the series' history, with Gussie O'Sullivan clinching a 4-3 victory for ASU. The team is now 7-4 in dual-match contests and 1-1 in Pac-12 play.