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San Diego State track and field then-junior runner Jalyn Harris competes during the Mountain West Indoor Championships on Feb. 27-29, 2020 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Track and field starts outdoor season, outpaces Utah

by Marco Perez, Contributor // March 4, 2021

The San Diego State track and field team was triumphant in its first competition of the 2021 outdoor season with a 109-60 win over the University of Utah...

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Then-junior Asia Smith was one of five Aztecs to receive All-America honors for the 2019-2020 indoor season.

Track and field ready to hit the ground running after not competing for a year

by Marco Perez, Contributor // February 24, 2021

San Diego State track and field returns to outdoor competition on Feb. 25 when the Aztecs host the University of Utah for a dual meet. This will be the...

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No. 20 men’s basketball prepares to take on Utah in first-ever game at Staples Center

by Kyle Betz, Assistant Sports Editor // December 20, 2019

After a dominating victory over San Diego Christian on Wednesday night at Viejas Arena, No. 20 San Diego State men’s basketball seeks its 12th win of...

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Then-sophomore left fielder Matt Rudick fields a ball in the outfield during the Aztecs 9-8 loss to San Francisco on Feb. 16, 2019 at Tony Gwynn Stadium.

Baseball begins Tony Gwynn Legacy with 3-2 victory over Utah

by Daniel Guerrero, Staff Writer // February 23, 2019

San Diego State baseball opened up the 2019 Tony Gwynn Legacy by defeating University of Utah, 3-2, on Feb. 22 at Tony Gwynn Stadium. Sophomore left...

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Notebook: A way-too-early barometer, double-teams, Zylan Cheatham and San Diego Christian

Notebook: A way-too-early barometer, double-teams, Zylan Cheatham and San Diego Christian

by Patrick Carr, Sports Editor // November 18, 2015

SALT LAKE CITY — Head coach Steve Fisher and senior forward Winston Shepard both acknowledged that San Diego State lost to a “very good” University...

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Free throws decide SDSU's fate against No. 16 Utah in 81-76 loss

Free throws decide SDSU’s fate against No. 16 Utah in 81-76 loss

by Patrick Carr, Sports Editor // November 16, 2015

SALT LAKE CITY — Nineteen seconds. That's how long it took for the whistle-savvy officiating crew to call a foul on Monday night. The foul was...

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SDSU men's hoops gears up for potent No. 16 Utah

SDSU men’s hoops gears up for potent No. 16 Utah

by Patrick Carr, Sports Editor // November 16, 2015

SALT LAKE CITY — The Jon M. Hunstman Center is perched near the top of University of Utah's sprawling, Autumn-colored campus in Salt Lake City. The...

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Aztec defense mutes the Ute offense

Aztec defense mutes the Ute offense

by Rafael Avitabile, Staff Writer // November 20, 2014

San Diego State men’s basketball beat the University of Utah 53-49 on Tuesday afternoon, moving to 2-0 on the season. Tuesday’s matchup was SDSU’s...

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Aztecs down 18-17 against Utah at halftime

Aztecs down 18-17 against Utah at halftime

by Rafael Avitabile, Staff Writer // November 18, 2014

San Diego State men’s basketball trails the University of Utah 18-17 after the first half of play at Viejas Arena. The building is packed despite concerns...

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Photo by Jenna Mackey, Senior Staff Photographer

Aztecs keep on winning

by Terence Chin // January 27, 2014

The San Diego State men’s basketball team was predicted to finish fourth in the 2013-14 Mountain West preseason media poll, but SDSU is proving everyone...

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Photo by Wesley Beights, Staff Photographer

Women’s basketball sends Aggies packing 88-72

by Ethan Bailey // January 27, 2014

The San Diego State women's basketball team defeated the Utah State University Aggies by a final score of 88-72 on Saturday, marking the team's fourth...

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Fired-up SDSU runs Utah off the court

by Agustin Gonzalez // February 9, 2011

Instead of simply wanting a win against Utah last night, San Diego State fans wanted a blowout. Halfway through the first period of SDSU’s 85-53...

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