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Daily Devil Dish: Mickelson finishes second at British Open, Richard on Doak Walker Award list

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Sun Devil Golf Alumni

Henrik Stenson Beats Phil Mickelson in British Open Duel: Former Sun Devil Phil Mickelson came up short at the British Open despite shooting the lowest score he's ever posted in the final round of a major at six-under (65). He fell by three strokes to Stenson, extending his winless three-year drought, despite being tied for the lead with just five holes to play.

In face of the loss, one writer says that Mickelson will still go down as one of the greatest golfers to ever play the game.

Five former members of the ASU women's golf team will represent their home countries at the 2016 Olympics: Anna Nordqvist (Sweden), Carlota Ciganda and Azahara Muñoz (Spain), Giulia Molinaro (Italy), and Miriam Nagl (Brazil).

ASU will be the highest-represented college at the Olympics.

Sun Devil Basketball Alumni

Diogu Chasing Dreams Towards Rio Olympics: The 33-year-old Nigerian big man spoke about his goals of performing at a high level at the 2016 Olympic Games, along with his previous experiences on the Nigerian team, his family, and even his thoughts on the ASU basketball team's new head coach.

ASU Football

Pac-12 Media Days Live Blog: See what coaches and players within the Pac-12 are saying about their teams ahead of the new season.

Richard, Ballage Named to Doak Walker Award Watch Lists: Coming off his first 1,000-yard season, junior Demario Richard was named to the Doak Walker Award Watch List -- the award given to the nation's top running back -- alongside fellow junior Kalen Ballage.