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El Cajon native Joe Musgrove threw the first no-hitter in Padres franchise history on April 9, 2021 against the Texas Rangers.

Former San Diego State commit Joe Musgrove tosses first no-hitter in Padres history

by Reese Savoie, Senior Staff Writer // April 11, 2021

Former San Diego State commit and current San Diego Padres pitcher Joe Musgrove took the mound at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas on April 9, 2021...

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The sea of empty blue seats at SDCCU Stadium is a bittersweet sight as San Diego says goodbye to 53 years or sporting, architectural and entertainment history.

SDCCU Stadium: A new era follows the end of an old one

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // October 15, 2020

The image of an empty stadium isn’t as alien these days yet seeing the thousands of blue seats sitting vacant at SDCCU Stadium hits a little...

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San Diego State football scrimmages in front of an empty Qualcomm crowd.

SDSU needs its own stadium

by Joe Faria, Staff Columnist // August 23, 2017

San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium, also known as “The Q,” opened in 1967 and has served as the home for the then San Diego Chargers, San Diego Padres...

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A member of The Show, SDSUs famed student section, cheers during a basketball game in the 2016-17 season.

New student’s guide to SDSU athletics

by Zach Engberg, Sports Editor // August 23, 2017

Starting school at San Diego State is already a daunting experience. Finding classrooms, jobs and the motivation to go to class is hard enough, much less...

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MLB Hall of Famer and San Diego State baseball head coach Tony Gwynn has battled parotid cancer throughout this season, Courtesy of SDSU Media Relations

Tony Gwynn commemorative issue: The celebration of the life of No. 19

by Ryan Posner, Sports Editor // May 4, 2016

Who was Tony Gwynn? To everyone he had different meaning. From some of the people you will hear from in this issue he was a teammate, for others he...

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SDSU mens basketball notebook: The challenge of shooting outdoors and City Championship history

SDSU men’s basketball notebook: The challenge of shooting outdoors and City Championship history

by Ryan Posner, Assistant Sports Editor // December 6, 2015

The last time the San Diego State men's basketball team played a game outdoors, it was a forgettable outing. SDSU was defeated by Syracuse University...

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SDSU football needs better than old Qualcomm Stadium

SDSU football needs better than old Qualcomm Stadium

by Zach Engberg, Staff Columnist // September 2, 2015

As we start this next San Diego State football season against city rivals University of San Diego full of hope as always, I can’t help but think back...

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