SDSU men’s hoops quietly begins 2015-16 season against Cal State San Marcos

Quietly, up on a hill near the eastern city limits of San Diego, basketball has returned. One might have forgotten Aztec basketball has existed over the past several months with the Chargers toying with the city and threatening to leave and the Padres firing and hiring a new manager. Only this year it’s very different […]

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2nd half adjustments key in SDSU’s blowout over Colorado State

For the first time since 1967, when San Diego State football was still in Division II, the Aztecs are 5-0 in conference, after beating Colorado State 41-17 Saturday in Fort Collins. The win didn’t come without some necessary adjustments in the second half by head coach Rocky Long. SDSU was having trouble moving the ball […]

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VIDEO: The Daily Aztec Sports Talk 10/30/15

Check out this week’s edition of “The Daily Aztec Sports Talk.” Sports staff writers Maxim Garshman and Brandon Truffa talk San Diego State football and its upcoming trip to play Colorado State, women’s soccer and its fourth straight regular season Mountain West title, club ice hockey and its amazing season so far, and men’s and […]

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Opposing columns: SDSU vs. Colorado State

Editor’s note: This is an opposing columns segment where Daily Aztec assistant sports editor Ryan Posner writes a State of SDSU piece, and Emmett McCarthy, the sports editor from The Rocky Mountain Collegian, the student newspaper at Colorado State, writes a State of Colorado State football piece, as well. It’s been all peachy for San Diego State football since […]

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SDSU heads to the Rocky Mountains to take on Colorado State

In a season that has seen both its share of tricks and treats, the San Diego State football team looks to extend its four-game winning streak as it heads to Fort Collins on Halloween to face Colorado State. “Once again, if you look at the talent level of the two teams, the talent level is […]

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SDSU men’s soccer heads to Ohio to take on Wright State

After falling to UC Berkeley 4-3 and No. 3/2 Stanford University 3-1 in the Bay Area last weekend, San Diego State men’s soccer will take a break from the Pac-12 to visit Wright State on Halloween this Saturday. The matches against Cal and Stanford featured poor defense and low energy from SDSU in the first […]

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SDSU cross country set for Mountain West Championships

The San Diego State cross country team is preparing for Friday’s Mountain West Championships like any other race. “Everything is going to be the same, I don’t want to put pressure on (the team),” assistant coach Karoly Varga said. “I told them to do everything the same as the previous races and nothing is going […]

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Mountain West Football Pick ‘Em: Week 9

With five weeks left in conference play, the standings in the Mountain West are really starting to take shape. This makes the Utah State University and Boise State University game, of three weeks ago, particularly interesting . Both have one loss, but Utah State has the head-to-head advantage. Utah State has to lose a game […]

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SDSU names Viejas Arena hardwood ‘Steve Fisher Court’

San Diego State named the Viejas Arena hardwood “Steve Fisher Court” to honor the current head coach of the men’s basketball team during a news conference Thursday. “The record speaks for itself,” SDSU president Elliot Hirshman said. “(Fisher) has transformed our basketball program.” The decal to honor the newly named “Steve Fisher Court” is displayed […]

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Women’s golf has bright outlook despite finishing third in Las Vegas

After winning two straight tournaments, San Diego State women’s golf’s victory streak has come to an end. The No. 25 Aztecs finished in third place in the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown on Tuesday with a total score of 834 (280-278-276) and finishing 30-under-par. No. 16 Vanderbilt University and host No.24 UNLV went home as co-champions […]

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