Forks up! From left to right: Kalene Carl (‘97), Dr. Michelle Tom (‘98-’99), Ryneldi Becenti (‘93-’94), and Rainy Crisp (‘00-’03). (Photo by: Taylor Notah/Turning Points Magazine.)
An estimated 5,609 spectators filled the Bee Hólzhil Fighting Scouts Event Center in Fort Defiance, Arizona, on November 11, 2018. (Photo by: Taylor Notah/Turning Points Magazine).
Former ASU women’s basketball players Dr. Michelle Tom (left) and Ryneldi Becenti (right) hosted a youth basketball clinic for Native youth on Nov. 10, 2018. (Photo by: Taylor Notah/Turning Points Magazine.)
Youth clinic participants (above) ranged from elementary schoolers to high schoolers. (Photo by: Taylor Notah/Turning Points Magazine.)
ESPN2 camera crews televise the national anthem sung inside the Bee Hólzhil Fighting Scouts Event Center on Veterans Day 2018. (Photo by: Taylor Notah/Turning Points Magazine.)
Tape rolling! Cameras capturing the Showdown game. (Photo by: Taylor Notah/ Turning Points Magazine.)
Guest coaches Becenti, Crisp, Carl, Tom and attendees watch the Baylor v. ASU women’s basketball game. (Photo by: Taylor Notah/Turning Points Magazine.)
(L-R): Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez, ASU women’s basketball coach Charlie Turner Thorne and Navajo Nation Vice President Myron Lizer pose for a photo after the game. (Photo by: Taylor Notah/Turning Points Magazine.)

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