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Lance Hartzler

Sports Editor

Location icon United States

Arizona Daily Sun sports editor and Northern Arizona men's basketball and football beat reporter.

Contact: [email protected] and [email protected]

Follow me on Twitter: @lance_hartz.

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Arizona Daily Sun
05/17/2020
Mike Marlow: NAU Athletics to 'tighten our belts' amid uncertain landscape

With colleges around the United States facing uncertainty due to the coronavirus pandemic, Mike Marlow, Northern Arizona vice president for intercollegiate athletics, spoke candidly about the state of the school's athletics department. In a Zoom video interview Wednesday afternoon, Marlow said he has had no discussions regarding potential furloughs or pay cuts for the Northern Arizona athletics department in the wake of lost revenue caused by the cancellations.

Arizona Daily Sun
12/01/2018
How an NAU runner overcame an injury-plagued past

The injuries caused Ferro to miss valuable training time, and Smith said the third-year Lumberjack's ability to work on his craft was nearly cut in half. Ferro stayed healthy his first year at Northern Arizona for the first time in what was a long while, but it came in a redshirt season.

Arizona Daily Sun
02/26/2020
PK queens take 4A girls soccer state title as Flagstaff gets win over Catalina Foothills

GILBERT -- The run of close calls came down to one more for the Flagstaff girls soccer team in the state title game. With the 4A Conference state championship on the line, the third-seeded Eagles played the fourth-seeded Catalina Foothills Falcons to a 0-0 tie after 110 minutes of soccer following regulation, two overtime periods and two more sudden-death periods.

Arizona Daily Sun
02/26/2020
Gallery: Flagstaff girls soccer wins 4A state title

The Flagstaff girls soccer team took a 4-2 win in penalty kicks over the Catalina Foothills Falcons on Tuesday at Williams Field High School in Gilbert to win the 4A girls soccer state title.

Arizona Daily Sun
02/29/2020
NAU's DeBisschop, other conference bigs growing up together in college

With so many four-year players coming and going through the Big Sky Conference each season, it makes sense there is so much familiarity between some of the league's best big men. Brooks DeBisschop has become one of the most versatile in the Big Sky just in time for Northern Arizona's resurgence on the hardwood this year, along with fellow Big Sky seniors Mason Peatling and Joshua Patton.

Arizona Daily Sun
11/08/2018
NAU QB-receiver combo's opportunities derailed by injuries

"I feel it," Cookus said. "I wanted to be there for him when he broke those records and it's a bummer for me. It's injuries, and those happen, but he's a guy I came in with and had that immediate connection with."

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