Mountain West

AZTECS CLINCH MOUNTAIN WEST'S WEST DIVISION TITLE

Photo credit:  Stan Liu, SDSU Athletic Media Relations
 
By Liz Alper
 
November 23, 2015 (San Diego) - Everyone said UNLV would be a tough game.  Even Rocky Long, one of the toughest guys at SDSU, said UNLV would be a tough team to beat.
 
The Aztecs proved their own coach wrong.  As Union Tribune writer Nick Canepa tweeted Saturday night, "Today, November 21, 2015, San Diego State is a football school again."
 

AZTECS BASEBALL: MOUNTAIN WEST CO-LEADERS SDSU AND UNM SET FOR THREE-GAME SERIES

Freshman third baseman Ty France leads the Aztecs in home runs and is tied for the team RBI lead.

 Freshman third baseman Ty France leads the Aztecs in home runs and is tied for the team RBI lead.

 
 

March 27, 2013

Complete Release and Season Statistics Get Acrobat Reader- SDSU Athletics

WHAT'S ON TAP THIS WEEKEND IN AZTEC BASEBALL

SDSU will be on the road this week for Mountain West play with a three-game series at conference foe New Mexico beginning Thursday, March 28, at 2:05 p.m. (MT) at Lobo Field in Albuquerque. The Aztecs and Rebels will also meet in singles games on Friday (March 29) and Saturday (March 30) at 2:05 p.m. and 1:05 p.m. respectively. The games were originally scheduled to be played at Isotopes Park, but have been moved to the on-campus Lobo Field with all three contests being played in the afternoon. The series runs Thursday through Saturday due to Easter falling on Sunday (March 31).

SERIES RECORD

SDSU leads its series against New Mexico by the count of 98-61. The Lobos have won 18 of the last 25 meetings between the teams dating back to the 2008 season. That mark includes the Lobos winning five of six during the 2012 regular season as well as the contest between the teams in the championship game of the 2012 Mountain West tournament. San Diego State has a record of 63-27 vs. UNM in San Diego, 31-30 in Albuquerque and 4-4 on neutral fields.

TOURNAMENT TIME! SDSU TEAMS QUALIFY FOR MOUNTAIN WEST; WOMEN WIN LEAGUE TITLE

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March 13, 2013 (San Diego)-- San Diego State University men's and women's basketball teams head to Las Vegas this week for the Mountain West Tournament before what they hope are deep runs in the NCAA Tournament.

The women's basketball team has won its second consecutive league title.

SAN DIEGO STATE MEN’S AND WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HEAVILY REPRESENTED ON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS

 
Aztecs Sweep Player of the Year and Coach of the Year Awards
 
By Ryan Schuler
 
March 8, 2012 (San Diego)--Everyone knew the San Diego State men’s and women’s basketball teams had great seasons. Both won regular-season titles and are No. 1 seeds heading into this week’s Mountain West Tournament in Las Vegas, Nev.

 

AZTECS SOFTBALL SCORES A WIN IN WALK-OFF FASHION

 
SDSU Downs Old Conference Foe BYU, 1-0
 
By Ryan Schuler
 
March 8, 2012 (San Diego)--For six and a half innings, the game remained scoreless. It was an old-fashioned pitcher’s duel: San Diego State’s Rebecca Arbino versus BYU’s Hannah Howell, squaring off at the SDSU softball stadium on March 1. Not until the bottom of the seventh inning did the first run of the game cross the plate. It proved the gam
e-winning run. 

SDSU CELEBRATES MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE TITLE ON SENIOR NIGHT

 
Aztecs Kalena Tutt and Sajoyia Griffin Play in Last Home Game
 
By Ryan Schuler
 
March 2, 2012 (San Diego)--When the final buzzer hit 00.0 at Viejas Arena on Feb. 29, it was time for the celebration. Fans rushed the court. Music began blaring through the loud speakers. Both teams shook hands before the San Diego State women’s basketball team rushed to midcourt to join the rejoicing mob that had formed.

STEPHEN STRASBURG HAS JERSEY RETIRED BY SAN DIEGO STATE

West Hills High School Alum Was No. 1 Overall Pick in 2009 Major League Baseball Draft 
 
By Ryan Schuler 
 
February 23, 2012 (San Diego) -- On Feb. 17, the San Diego State University baseball team began its 2012 season at Tony Gwynn Stadium on the campus of SDSU against the University of Washington. With the start of the highly anticipated season came a special honor. SDSU made it known that no member of the baseball program will ever wear the No. 37 again.
 
That was the number of former Aztec great and current Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg. That number is now retired.