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Arizona State club coach Greg Powers will remain in his post as the team moves to Division I.

Arizona State club coach Greg Powers will remain in his post as the team moves to Division I.

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Arizona State made a surprise announcement today. It will elevate its club program to NCAA Division I beginning next season after receiving $32 million in donations. More will be needed and questions remain.


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