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Bailee Wishart

About Bailee Wishart

Bailee Wishart is a sophomore majoring in journalism at Arizona State University. An avid Sun Devil fan, she can typically be found in the center of the student section during most football, basketball, and volleyball games. Bailee was raised a Green Bay Packers fan and has been following the team from Title Town since she first began to understand the game of football. She regularly keeps up with her favorite sports- football, soccer, basketball, track and field, and gymnastics- year round. In her spare time she is heavily involved in the WOW Factor! club at Arizona State, playing guitar, or writing songs. You can follow Bailee on Twitter @BaileeWish

MLB: Diamondbacks Sweep Rockies

The D-Backs wrapped up a successful series in Colorado last night, winning their third out of three games against the Rockies. After starting off the series with a 4-2 win, it seemed like the next two games at Coors Field … Continue reading

D-Backs fall to Padres

The Diamondbacks failed to repeat Monday night’s victory against the Padres at Chase Field Tuesday night, falling to San Diego 3-4. Dominance of the scoreboard bounced back and forth between the two teams throughout the night before San Diego took … Continue reading

United States, Canada fail to capitalize in Winnipeg

The US Women’s National Soccer team may be considered the best in the world, but that didn’t stop the Canadian Women’s team from giving the number one team a very well fought battle in the international friendly Thursday night. While … Continue reading

NCAA: Madness Recapped

The 2014 NCAA Tournament proved to be one of the most unpredictable tournaments we’ve seen yet. UConn’s sweep of both the men’s and women’s tournaments not only proved the school’s dominance in the sport of basketball (not that it was … Continue reading

Dayton, Stanford compete for a spot in the Elite Eight

The road to the Sweet Sixteen had a lot of unexpected twists and turns, ending in a lot of heartbreaks, Cinderella stories, and shredded brackets. And the tourney isn’t over yet. The championship game is fast-approaching, and with this year’s … Continue reading

NCAAM Bracketology

Now, normally I don’t make my bracket available to the public eye because I just haven’t ever been able to put out a solid bracket since I started filling them out, but when it comes down to a competition between … Continue reading

Arizona State Cruises Past Cal

Arizona State’s basketball team walked off the court to the thundering cheers of their fans Saturday night in a 78-60 victory over Cal. The last home game wasn’t anything glorious like the court-storming three-point double overtime victory over Arizona three … Continue reading

Arizona State’s Offense proves too much for Stanford

The fact that Stanford knocked the Arizona State football team out of the Rose Bowl in the fall gave Sun Devil fans more than enough reason to desire a victory against the Cardinal on the basketball court Wednesday night. And … Continue reading

Arizona State shocks Arizona with upset

    Rivalry match ups command a certain kind of attention from a college’s student body, and at Arizona State, this holds true despite the fact that rival University of Arizona’s basketball team is one of the best in the … Continue reading