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SDSU alumni won't succumb to SuckerCity siren

In his speech to endorse the 253-acre land grab that has come to be known to many as SuckerCity, Mayor Kevin Faulconer spoke of a “comprehensive plan … making room for San Diego State to grow in Mission Valley, including a new, permanent home for Aztecs football to continue its very proud tradition.”...

Hold on to your hats — Aztecs begin Mountain West Tournament in Albuquerque, N.M.

San Diego State head coach Mark Martinez spent 15 years as an assistant coach at New Mexico before joining the SDSU staff. Martinez was reminded of what he’s “missing” when the Aztecs arrived in Albuquerque for the Mountain West Tournament. It hit Martinez — and the Aztecs — square in the face....

SDSU's 11-2 loss to Fresno State costs Aztecs Mountain West title

After months trying to climb to the top of the Mountain West standings, San Diego State’s stay in first place lasted less than 24 hours. A regular season championship — and opportunity to host the Mountain West Tournament — was within grasp, but the Aztecs saw it slip away Saturday afternoon in...

Aztecs take over first place in Mountain West with 13-3 win over Fresno State

San Diego State’s destiny is in the Aztecs’ hands — finally. SDSU senior left-hander Brett Seeburger pitched eight strong innings and was supported by an offense that pounded Fresno State pitchers for 17 hits in the Aztecs’ 13-3 win Friday night at Tony Gwynn Stadium. Moments after singing the...

Aztecs miss chance to move into first place in Mountain West, falling 4-0 to Fresno State

San Diego State has been chasing New Mexico all season in the Mountain West standings. SDSU had an opportunity to move ahead of the Lobos and into first place on Thursday night when New Mexico’s recent skid reached four straight games with a 5-2 home loss to Nevada. The Aztecs (37-17, 19-9 MW)...

Aztecs extend with Nike and get better deal, AD says

San Diego State athletics has been busy of late securing more advantageous deals for itself, and that continued with its announcement on Monday that it has re-upped with Nike as its apparel provider. Aztecs Athletic Director J.D. Wicker said the deal is for longer than previous agreement – it will...

SDSU still active in hoops transfer market

It has been two months since San Diego State ended a largely forgettable basketball season. The Aztecs have lost their legendary coach and the 6-foot-9 MVP from the Diamond Head Classic, and added no one. They began the spring with two open scholarships for the 2017-18 season. Zylan Cheatham’s...

SDSU organizes fundraising campaign to offset OF Chad Bible's medical expenses

San Diego State outfielder Chad Bible is midway through his treatment for Stage 2 Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Bible’s immune system is compromised, so he must wear a protective mask to ward off germs when he is out at the ballpark or in the dugout with his teammates. Last week at UCLA, the Aztecs were...

Baltimore Ravens select Aztecs' Nico Siragusa in fourth round of NFL Draft

San Diego State offensive guard Nico Siragusa walks around with a smile permanently etched on his face. The grin must have grown ear-to-ear when Siragusa was chosen Saturday in the NFL Draft. Siragusa was selected in the fourth round by the Baltimore Ravens, who used the 16th pick in the round...

Seeburger leads Aztecs to 4-0 shutout win over New Mexico in series opener

San Diego State head coach Mark Martinez told Brett Seeburger to have a seat last week, skipping the senior left-hander in the starting rotation. Rest to avoid getting weary, as it were. The move paid immediate dividends. Seeburger was virtually as dominant as he has been all season in Friday night’s...

Aztecs miss out on another transfer

VCU graduate transfer Ahmed Hamdy-Mohamed became the latest recruit to snub San Diego State, picking TCU on Wednesday and further dwindling the Aztecs’ options for an inside presence with immediate eligibility. A day earlier, Cathedral Catholic High center Brandon McCoy committed to UNLV. A few...

SDSU's Daniel Brunskill made himself an NFL prospect through perseverence

A degree in engineering seemed more realistic than a career in football when Daniel Brunskill drove down from Valley Center to San Diego State five years ago. Both now are within Brunskill’s grasp. He is among several Aztecs who will be paying particular attention to this week’s NFL Draft. SDSU...

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  • Zylan Cheatham

    Zylan Cheatham

    SDSU still active in hoops transfer market

  • Nico Siragusa

    Nico Siragusa

    Baltimore Ravens select Aztecs' Nico Siragusa in fourth round of NFL Draft

  • Daniel Brunskill

    Daniel Brunskill

    SDSU's Daniel Brunskill made himself an NFL prospect through perseverence

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