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Daily Devil Dish: Rahm at the U.S. Open, football makes recruiting history, and more from Father's Day weekend

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ASU Golf

U.S. Open: Jon Rahm ends amateur career with par in final round at Oakmont: Rahm -- the recipient of the 2016 Ben Hogan Award and the No. 1-rated amateur golfer in the world -- finished his final round of amateur golf with a par on the 18th hole to complete the tournament at 7-over. Rahm was the only amateur to advance to the third round of Open and was the first to make the cut at Oakmont since the tournament was staged there in 1983. His professional debut will come next week at the Quicken Loans National.

ASU Men's Golf Shines Bright on Saturday: ASU junior Jared du Toit won the 2016 Glencoe Invitational, earning exemption in the final qualifier of the PGA Tour's RBC Canadian Open.

ASU Football

Recruiting: Sun Devils pick up verbal commitments from three Saguaro High School players: On Friday, three Seguaro High School football players -- Jared Poplawski, Kyle Soelle, and Corey Stephens -- announced their commitments to ASU for the 2017 season. The trio joins quarterback Ryan Kelley and linebacker Loren Mundy as the five commits Todd Graham's staff has landed for the 2017 class thus far.

ASU Softball

Trisha Ford named softball head coach: Last week, the Sun Devils hired Ford as their new head softball coach, per an announcement by athletics vice president and athletic director Ray Anderson. Ford was the previous head softball coach at Fresno State.

ASU Tennis

Adam Steinberg to lead reinstated men's tennis program: Last week, athletic director Ray Anderson also announced that Steinberg had been hired to coach the newly-reinstated men's tennis team.