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by Antonio Morales

Women’s golf transfer

Tessa The will be joining the San Diego State women’s golf team for the 2011-12 season.

The, who is transferring from the University of Colorado, said being closer to her family was the main reason for the move.

“I wanted to move back to California and be closer to my family, so that they could have more opportunities to watch me compete,” The said to

The, who will be a sophomore, is joining an SDSU team that is coming off its second straight NCAA regional appearance.

Men’s soccer schedule set

The SDSU men’s soccer team has finalized its schedule for the 2011 season.

The regular season campaign begins on Aug. 28 against Cansius College.

Pac-10 play begins for the Aztecs on Sept. 30 with a home date against Stanford and defending Pac-10 champion Cal is scheduled for Oct. 2.

The team will close its regular season with Senior Day on Nov. 12 against UCLA.


Women’s lacrosse welcomes first-ever recruiting class

The SDSU women’s lacrosse team announced its 18-player recruiting class on June 14.

The 18 players are set to join eight recruits who were announced on Dec. 7 of last year, giving the Aztecs 26 players for the inaugural season.

Head coach Kylee White is optimistic about the players she has brought in.

“I am extremely excited about this talented group rounding out San Diego State’s first recruiting class,” White said in a release on “These 18 student athletes are the epitome of what I am looking for as the foundation of the Aztec lacrosse program.”


Reaser wins big

Earning the chance to represent your country at any level is no small feat.

SDSU freshman Allison Reaser has now received her opportunity to represent the U.S. after she won the heptathlon at the USA Junior Outdoor Track and Field Championships last Friday.

With the win, Reaser will move forward to the 2011 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships from July 23 to 24 in Miramar, Fla.

The freshman won the event with 5,359 points. She was propelled to victory by winning the long jump on Friday, finishing seventh in the javelin and third in the 800-meter run.

-Compiled by Antonio Morales, Sports Editor