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SDSU womens hoops thriving with new JAM Center

SDSU women’s hoops thriving with new JAM Center

by Brandon Truffa, Staff Writer // November 4, 2015

Nestled behind the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni center lies San Diego State’s newest pride and joy, the Jeff Jacobs JAM Center. The 23,500 square-feet...

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SDSU women’s basketball all-time starting 5

by Ryan Posner, Assistant Sports Editor // November 4, 2015

Courtney Clements, 2011-13 Courtney Clements was one of the greatest 3-point shooters the SDSU women’s program has ever had. Her 77 3-pointers in...

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SDSU mens basketball all-time starting 5

SDSU men’s basketball all-time starting 5

by Ryan Posner, Assistant Sports Editor // November 4, 2015

Tony Gwynn, 1978-81 After leading a life that revolved around making others happy, it’s no surprise that Tony Gwynn’s name is sprinkled all over...

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SDSU basketball teams adjust to new NCAA rules

SDSU basketball teams adjust to new NCAA rules

by Jacob Sisneros, Senior Staff Writer // November 4, 2015

The start of the 2015-16 NCAA basketball season brings a number of changes to the rulebook for the men’s and women’s game. The most prominent of...

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Well-traveled Smith leads SDSU womens basketball

Well-traveled Smith leads SDSU women’s basketball

by Matt Fierst, Staff Writer // November 4, 2015

For someone who grew up in Aurora, Colorado, and committed to play basketball at Boston College, ending up at San Diego State would seem unlikely. SDSU...

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SDSU students forced to make a choice between basketball and going to class

SDSU students forced to make a choice between basketball and going to class

by Kris Keehl, Senior Staff Columnist // November 4, 2015

One team in this town has built itself into what San Diego’s professional sports teams have failed to do: becoming the hottest ticket in town. On...

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One-and-done killing college hoops traditions

One-and-done killing college hoops traditions

by Kris Keehl, Senior Staff Columnist // November 4, 2015

College basketball has mutated into a self-sustaining, 24-hour news cycle. A new recruit, player decommit, high-profile transfer and the occasional...

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One-and-done good for college basketball players

One-and-done good for college basketball players

by Cameron Salce, Staff Columnist // November 4, 2015

Eight of the last 11 No. 1 overall picks in the NBA draft have been college freshmen since the NBA implemented the one-and-done rule in 2005. This rule...

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SDSUs Zylan Cheatham excited to bring energy to the Aztecs

SDSU’s Zylan Cheatham excited to bring energy to the Aztecs

by Anthony Reclusado, Senior Staff Writer // November 4, 2015

Energy is a precious commodity in basketball. It can overcome any deficiency, elevating teams to achieve more than they should. It is an essential...

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Malik Pope finds his comfort zone

Malik Pope finds his comfort zone

by Ryan Posner, Assistant Sports Editor // November 4, 2015

San Diego State men’s basketball sophomore forward Malik Pope is a captivating figure wherever he goes. Maybe it's his towering 6-foot-10 frame. Maybe...

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Aztec hoops alumni finding life in basketball tough after college

Aztec hoops alumni finding life in basketball tough after college

by Patrick Carr, Sports Editor // November 4, 2015

Coming into the 2015 basketball season, San Diego State had just one former player in the NBA. That being said, the one former player is Kawhi Leonard,...

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SDSU womens basketball hoping for turnaround season in 2015-16

SDSU women’s basketball hoping for turnaround season in 2015-16

by Brandon Truffa, Staff Writer // November 4, 2015

Heartbreaking would be the best term to describe the ending to last season for San Diego State women’s basketball. The Aztecs closed out last season...

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