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Teammates’ longtime trust guides SDSU

by Ryan Schuler

October 24, 2011

Filed under Sports

On the field, it looks as if the only similarity between San Diego State men’s soccer teammates Jose Altamirano and Blake Hylen is the uniform. Hylen, the 6-foot-3-inch starting goalkeeper, is a force between the posts, selflessly ...

No.9 UCLA shuts down SDSU offense

by Ryan Schuler

October 17, 2011

Filed under Sports

Oh, how fortunes can quickly turn. San Diego State enjoyed an eight-game unbeaten streak as it headed into the University of Washington contest, but has now dropped two in a row in Pacific-12 Conference play, with the la...

SDSU looking to extend streak in Corvallis

by Ryan Schuler

October 5, 2011

Filed under Sports

The San Diego State men’s soccer team is in an unfamiliar position. Currently unbeaten in its last seven games and 2-0 in Pacific-12 Conference play thus far, SDSU is ranked No. 24 in the latest College Soccer News poll. SDSU’s No. 24 rank is its highest since ranking ...

Ongaro leads Aztecs past the Golden Bears

by Ryan Schuler

October 3, 2011

Filed under Sports

Sunday’s home game could not have gone much better for San Diego State redshirt sophomore forward Jordan Ongaro. “This is one he’ll sit in a rocking chair for generations to come and remember,” SDSU men’s soccer head ...

Steres hopes to lead SDSU to NCAA’s

by Ryan Schuler

September 28, 2011

Filed under Sports

San Diego State senior defender Daniel Steres has enjoyed an impressive four-year career at SDSU, filled with numerous accolades and honors. From being selected as the 2008 Most Valuable Defensive Player at the Courtyard Marriott San Diego Central Tournament as a freshman to being n...

SDSU, Steres dominate Houston Baptist

by Ryan Schuler

September 19, 2011

Filed under Sports

Dating back to last season, the San Diego State football team has won five consecutive games. Yet, while the football team receives the adoration of the SDSU community, there is another team on campus that is enjoying a great season and a fine ...

Altamirano, defense set to dominate Oral Roberts

by Ryan Schuler

September 15, 2011

Filed under Daily Aztec Stories

Since the opening whistle of its Friday game against Manhattan College, the San Diego State men’s soccer team has played flawlessly, thoroughly dominating opponents who take the field against them. The supremacy began with...

Aztecs upset No. 21 Penn

by Ryan Schuler

September 12, 2011

Filed under Sports

San Diego State junior midfielder Jose Altamirano limped his way back to the team bench after the final whistle of Sunday’s game. He was in pain, and he had every right to be. It had been a physical game complete with slide tackling a...

Aztecs defeat the heat and Canisius

by Ryan Schuler

August 29, 2011

Filed under Sports

August days in San Diego tend to be scorching. Combine the blistering heat with 90 minutes of running and that creates a recipe for fatigue and sloppy play. On a day in which the temperature reached 94 degrees, the San Di...

MEN’S SOCCER: SDSU can’t hang with No. 8 UCLA in 3-1 loss

by Staff

November 14, 2010

Filed under Sports

By Miranda Valenzuela, Contributor On Saturday afternoon, the SDSU Sports Deck was packed with lively UCLA and San Diego State fans as the eighth-ranked Bruins defeated SDSU 3-1 on Senior Day. While the Aztecs (10-7-2, 3-6-1 P...

MEN’S SOCCER: Late collapse results in OT loss

by Staff

November 9, 2010

Filed under Sports

By Dan Perez, Senior Staff Writer The match between the San Diego State men’s soccer team and the University of Washington took 84 minutes to see a goal, but the game finished with a bang: In the last 10 minutes the teams would see three goals. SDSU (1...

MEN’S SOCCER AT A GLANCE: 11-04-10

by Staff

November 4, 2010

Filed under Sports

AT A GLANCE: When: 7 p.m., tomorrow Where: Corvallis, Ore. Why to watch: SDSU has three games left this season and will try to improve on its three-game unbeaten streak in Oregon....