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Aztecs get 5-4 win at No. 7-ranked Cal State Fullerton

Wins were few and far between for the San Diego State baseball team last season. Big wins? Forget about it. SDSU won just one of its first 11 games last season. The Aztecs already have won three out of five games this season. The latest win was a memorable one — a 5-4 victory Thursday night at...

SDSU's momentum evaporates in loss to Fresno State

San Diego State had running back Donnel Pumphrey, the NCAA’s all-time leading rusher, sign autographs at Viejas Arena before Wednesday night’s game against Fresno State, then walked him to center court during a timeout and introduced him. He was wearing a blue L.A. Dodgers hat. It set an awkward...

Wait till next year: SDSU impact transfer Devin Watson

Not long after Devin Watson got to the University of San Francisco, he and fellow guard Uche Ofoegbu began playing nightly one-on-one games in an empty gymnasium. They started at midnight. They lasted one, two, three hours. One night, Watson pulled off particularly wicked move, scored and proclaimed:...

Aztecs stay hot, beat Rebels for 10th straight time

Ten straight. San Diego State made it 10-0 in the last 10 games against its sometimes bitter basketball rival, beating UNLV 77-64 on Sunday afternoon at almost sold-out Viejas Arena. It was the Aztecs’ third straight overall victory and fifth in their last six, pushing them to 8-6 in the Mountain...

Aztecs finally find elusive leader in versatile Trey Kell

Topping the list of the worst things a college basketball team can be focused on come February, with the madness of March on the doorstep, is the hunt for a leader. As the calendar flipped, though, the Aztecs hunted, hunted and hunted some more. Would it be Malik Pope, with raw talent for miles,...

Rains interrupts SDSU opener with Aztecs leading Pacific 9-4 in eighth inning

There was something in the wind Friday afternoon at Tony Gwynn Stadium. Dust. Palm fronds. Plastic bags. And, finally, rain. Winds gusting more than 50 mph greeted the San Diego State and Pacific baseball teams as they opened the 2017 season. The wind blew out to left field, causing a light tower...

3 thoughts: SDSU 66, Utah State 62

Three thoughts on San Diego State’s 66-62 win at Utah State on Wednesday night: 1. Two words: Nolan Narain Coaching staffs produce scouting reports of opponents, diagramming their favorite plays and highlighting the tendencies of the starters plus three or four guys off the bench. Safe to say Nolan...

Aztecs baseball team eyes rebound from 2016 disappointment

San Diego State is aiming for its fourth NCAA Tournament appearance in five years. The Aztecs open the 2017 season this weekend at home against University of the Pacific, but what should we look forward to this season? Mountain to climb The Aztecs (21-38, 11-19 Mountain West in 2016) struggled...

Aztecs play complete game, rout Nevada

Where has that been? San Diego State finally played the complete basketball game that everyone has been expecting them to play all season, blasting Nevada 70-56 on Sunday afternoon at Viejas Arena by doing all the things the Aztecs had shown for spurts but not for 40 minutes. SDSU led 42-28 at...

Aztecs fans: Be excited — and cautious — about Nevada rout

Whoa, whoa, whoa. Take a breath. Be careful. Hit pause on the parade. Yes, the Aztecs transformed themselves into a dunking, driving, diving, shot-blocking dervish in a 70-56 pasting of Mountain West title-contender Nevada on Sunday at Viejas Arena. No matter the viewing angle, the optics on this...

SDSU football adds home-and-home series with BYU in 2019-20

It’s the three-letter word that sounds like four when it comes off the tongues of San Diego State fans — B-Y-U. The Cougars, who stir up the Aztecs faithful like no other opponent, are back on future football schedules. SDSU announced Thursday morning that it has secured a home-and-home series...

3 thoughts: SDSU 70, Fresno State 67

Three thoughts on San Diego State’s 70-67 win at Fresno State on Saturday: 1. Man in the middle One of the most curious stats of this most curious season is that the more minutes 6-foot-10 senior center Valentine Izundu played, the more the Aztecs lost. It doesn’t make sense, not when you consider...

Aztecs baseball program brings past and present together

The San Diego State baseball team’s First Pitch Luncheon is the Aztecs’ effort to connect the past with the present and create a brighter future for the program. More than 100 people — including a couple of dozen former players — gathered on campus Saturday afternoon for the event to introduce...

Rancho Bernardo's Salazar boosts SDSU's 2017 recruiting class

A year ago, San Diego State was stinging from the loss of its top quarterback recruit on the eve of national signing day, when Mt. Carmel’s Lucas Johnson spurned the Aztecs for Georgia Tech. SDSU was on the other end of that this year when Rancho Bernardo quarterback Mark Salazar accepted a late...

3 thoughts: SDSU 77, Wyoming 68

Three thoughts on San Diego State’s 77-68 win against Wyoming on Tuesday night: 1. Boy scouts The Aztecs haven’t always played well this season, but they’ve played well with others. They’re not getting straight A’s for basketball, but they are for citizenship. The Albuquerque Journal recently wrote...

Aztecs Player News

  • 2 Zach Thomas

    Zach Thomas

    Bucknell cruises to 94-64 win over Lafayette

  • 1 Donnel Pumphrey

    Donnel Pumphrey

    SDSU's momentum evaporates in loss to Fresno State

  • Trey Kell

    Trey Kell

    Aztecs finally find elusive leader in versatile Trey Kell

  • Jeremy Hemsley

    Jeremy Hemsley

    Pope, Shrigley lead SDSU to 77-64 win against UNLV

  • Malik Pope

    Malik Pope

    Aztecs finally find elusive leader in versatile Trey Kell

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