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Daily Devil Dish: Baseball ends season, Golf advances at Championships, and more from the weekend

Catch up on everything going on in ASU athletics.

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Note: As Monday is Memorial Day, we would like to acknowledge and give thanks to all the men and women who have given their lives serving our country.
ASU Baseball

Sun Devils not selected to host a regional: Phoenix Municipal Stadium won't see the Sun Devils take its diamond again until the 2017 season begins, as ASU learned it won't be one of the 16 teams serving as regional host for the NCAA Tournament. As Connor Pelton points out in the article, Texas Tech represents the westernmost regional destination, news that has been received with skeptical criticism.

ASU demolished by USC in season finale: The visiting Trojans handed the Sun Devils a record-setting pounding, ending in 31-9 scoreline. It marks the most runs an ASU baseball team has ever relinquished. It also marks the first series the group has dropped since its set against Washington in April. The Sun Devils finished the regular season 34-21 overall, with a 16-14 conference record.

NCAA Baseball Bracketology - May 29 Edition: Before the teams learn their official fates, make sure to check out our projections for the field of 64.

ASU Golf

ASU Men's Golf Advances to Medal Round of NCAA Golf Championships: The No. 7 Sun Devils are currently positioned in seventh place and after Sunday's third round. John Rahm finished the weekend vying for a spot atop the individual leaderboard, as he is tied for fourth. Play will resume at 1 p.m. PT today.

ASU Track & Field

Eight More Devils Qualify for Eugene, Ewen Goes 3-for-3: The Sun Devils will now have 11 athletes represent them at the NCAA Championships. Maggie Ewen has (incredibly) qualified for three events alone (discus, hammer throw, shot-put). The other competitors include: Ahmed Hassan (shot put), Keyasia Tibbs (triple jump), Josh Dixon (triple jump), Tim White (triple jump), Reggie Lewis (200-meter dash, 4x100 relay), Isaiah Underwood (4x100 relay), Brandon Hasson (4x100 relay), Ben Trotter (4x100 relay), Hudson Keffer (javelin throw), and CJ Albertson (3,000-meter steeplechase).

ASU Tennis

Season Wraps Up for Panoho/Osborne in NCAA Quarterfinals: ASU's Australian doubles pairing of Ebony Panoho and Alex Osborne fell in straight sets to Florida's Brooke Austin and Kourtney Keegan during the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday. The Sun Devil pair won the Pac-12 Doubles Championship earlier in the season and earned All-American honors.