Sun Devil Club Young Professionals Group surpasses 100 members

Sun Devil Club Young Professionals Group

There are now more than 100 dues-paying members in the Sun Devil Club Young Professionals Group (SDCYPG), a membership-based organization for Arizona State University alumni, fans and donors, ages 21 to 40, who bleed maroon and gold.

Most recently, SDCYPG donated more than $4,250 toward the Sun Devil Gymnastics program for new leotards. The funding of these leotards takes care of an important need for the program and allows the team to continue to enhance the student-athlete experience through additional avenues, including competition, academics and community involvement.

SDCYPG provides annual academic support for a football student-athlete through a scholarship endowment the group established in 2018, identifies and funds needs for a variety of athletics programs, including men’s hockey and soccer this past year, and hosts Devils’ Ball, an annual fundraising event designed to celebrate the teams, student-athletes, coaches and supporters who make up Sun Devil Nation.

The group also hosts tables at the Hall of Fame Luncheon, Football Awards Banquet and Wings of Gold Celebration, and many members are season ticket holders of football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, wrestling, gymnastics and volleyball.

If you or someone you know if interested in joining the SDCYPG, please visit our or email Keith Flyer ( for more information. 



Jul 16 2019
For the 650-plus young men and women competing in ASU’s 26 NCAA varsity sports, Sun Devil Club support is the foundation for their collegiate experience, which is unlike any other in the nation.Wendy and Michael Miller are passionate Sun Devil fans with a deep connection to the university and community. They currently live in Mesa, Arizona, and Michael is a two-time ASU graduate.
Apr 30 2019
More than $4M have been raised toward athletics scholarship endowments since July 1, 2017, including more than $620,000 in fiscal year 2019 through the establishment of 21 new athletics scholarships and increased contributions by 10 individuals to pre-existing endowments. 

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