Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Ex-Arizona State RB Indicted for Murder

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Ex-Arizona State RB Indicted for Murder

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Former Arizona State running back Loren Wade was indicted Tuesday for first-degree murder in the death of another former player.

A grand jury indicted the 21-year-old for the March 26 shooting death of Brandon Falkner, 25.

Witnesses told police they saw Wade approach Falkner's car and exchange words with him before a single gunshot rang out.

Falkner, a defensive back, was a three-year letterman who saw action in 26 games for the Sun Devils from 1999-2001.

VANDY TO LOWER FOOTBALL TICKET PRICES

Vanderbilt is cutting the cost of season football tickets.

End-zone season tickets will start as low as $65, with sideline seats costing $120, $20 cheaper than last season.

Coach Bobby Johnson, who is heading into his fourth season with the Commodores, said it was a strong message that the administration is committed to drawing more fans to help the team.

COLLEGE ROUNDUP

The sixth-ranked Florida men's golf team posted a total of 8-over 872 to win the Morris Williams Intercollegiate in Austin, Texas. The Gators' Richard Treis won the individual title with a 4-under 212 in the three-round event. . . . Florida's Matt Every was selected to represent the United States in the 2005 Palmer Cup. The Ryder Cup-style competition between American collegiate golfers and European counterparts is set for June. . . . Katie Dobson threw her sixth career no-hitter as Jacksonville University beat host South Carolina State 8-0 in the opener of a softball doubleheader. The Dolphins (20-21) won the nightcap 6-1. Shannon Jensen went 3 for 7 with two RBI on the day and won the second game. Katie Pestrak went 3 for 6, scored three runs and had two RBI. . . . Jacksonville University's Neal Frontz was named Atlantic Sun Conference pitcher of the week after throwing eight scoreless innings in an 8-1 win over Florida Atlantic. . . . Chris Johnson went 3 for 5 as host Stetson beat Bethune-Cookman 9-1 in baseball. . . . Jason Jacobs hit a two-run single in the eighth inning to lift host Georgia (16-12) to an 11-10 baseball victory over Clemson. …

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