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Impact of the Wimbledon Cancellation Reaches to San Diego

Wimbledon, the most prestigious of all tennis tournaments, was officially canceled this week due to the coronavirus pandemic. So, the All England Lawn Tennis Club will not hold its annual fortnight of...

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  • Loyal SC Mar 8

    Loyal SC Debuts With a Draw

    San Diego has been waiting for a high-level outdoor professional soccer club for years. That wait finally ended on Saturday night. Loyal SC, the newest member of United Soccer League Championship, played to a 1-1 draw against the Las Vegas Lights in the first match in franchise history. They did it in front of a sold-out crowd of more than…...
  • Aztecs Mar 8

    Utah St. Tops No. 5 San Diego State for Mountain West Title

    It was just the second loss of the season for the Aztecs (30-2), and the second straight year they fell to Utah State in the tournament championship game.

  • Gulls Mar 7

    Gulls Lose in OT But Move Up in Standings

    The Gulls let a 2-0 lead get away in a 3-2, overtime loss to the Barracuda in San Jose. But the night was still a win. With the standings point San Diego leapfrogged Ontario to 4th place in the Pacific Division standings, putting them in control of a playoff spot with 14 games to play. It looked for a while…

  • Aztecs Mar 7

    Aztecs Make Monster Comeback to Win #30

    The 2019-20 San Diego State men’s basketball team is nothing if not resilient. SDSU fell behind Boise St. by 16 points in the first half of their Mountain West Conference Tournament semi-final game. By halftime it was tied 40-40 and after the break the Aztecs showed everyone why they’re in the mix for a #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament&#8...
  • baseball Mar 7

    Padres Walk Off Rangers

    It’s only Cactus League play, but right now even when things don’t go well for the Padres they seem to end up going well for the Padres. San Diego beat Texas 4-3 on Friday night after giving up a lead in the top of the 9th inning … then getting them right back in the bottom of the 9th...

  • Padres Mar 6

    #OnFriar Podcast: Does a Great Cactus League Record Mean Anything?

    The Padres are 10-2 in Cactus League Play. So do we celebrate or keep the pessimism that San Diego sports fans have rightfully earned? That’s one of the big topics on this week’s OnFriar Podcast. NBC 7’s Darnay Tripp and Derek Togerson take a look at what the Friars hot start to the exhibition season means … and what......
  • San Diego Loyal Mar 6

    Landon Donovan Talks All Things Loyal SC Ahead of Franchise Debut

    San Diego Loyal head coach Landon Donovan joins NBC 7’s Todd Strain to discuss the upcoming season.

  • MLB Mar 5

    Gore Debuts, Padres Win Again

    The Padres beat the Mariners 3-0 in Peoria to run their Cactus League record to 10-2 (which breaks down as 0-2 against Kansas City and 10-0 against all teams not from Kansas City). But the most exciting part of the day was the bottom of the 7th inning. MacKenzie Gore, the Padres top prospect and the #1 pitching prospect in…

  • basketball Mar 5

    Aztecs Hold Off Air Force to Open MWC Tournament

    At halftime it didn’t look good for the Aztecs. But in the end the better team won. Trailing by four at the break, San Diego State came back to beat Air Force 73-60 in the quarterfinals of the Mountain West Conference Tournament to run their season record to 30-1. In the first 20 minutes it looked like the Falcons...

  • los angeles chargers Mar 5

    Chargers Trade Russell Okung To Panthers For Trai Turner

    The Chargers made a trade Wednesday with the Carolina Panthers. It sends left tackle Russell Okung to Carolina in exchange for guard Trai Turner. The trade doesn’t become official until the new league year starts on March 18. Turner, 26, has been in the NFL for six seasons and for five consecutive seasons he has been named to the Pro…
  • Aztecs Mar 3

    Flynn, Dutcher Headline Mountain West Awards

    They have been the best in the Mountain West all season, and on Tuesday they got more hardware to prove it. The conference’s coaches named Malachi Flynn Player of the Year, and Brian Dutcher the league’s Coach of the Year. Flynn also landed Defensive Player of the Year, making him just the second player ever to log both awards...
  • Aztecs Mar 3

    Hoke, New Look Staff Open Spring Ball

    The guy calling the shots for San Diego State during the first practice of the spring was familiar. But many of the others guiding players through the motions for the first time in 2020 were not. In spite of the newness, Brady Hoke seems to think the group is coming together pretty well.

  • coronavirus Mar 2

    Tennis Pro Monica Puig Prepares for 2020 Tokyo Olympics Despite Coronavirus Concerns

    This summer Puig will defend her gold at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, that’s if she even gets the chance amid increasing fears of the spread of coronavirus.

  • baseball Mar 1

    Padres Beat Giants for 6th Straight (Cactus League) Win

    A couple of big questions for the Padres as they started up Spring Training were what would they get out of newly signed infielder Jurickson Profar and overly signed outfielder Wil Myers (well, after they put the Myers trade pursuit on hold, at least). On Sunday, at least, the answers were plenty enough to win a lot of baseball games…....
  • Aztecs Mar 1

    Flynn Leads Aztecs to Comeback Win at Nevada

    San Diego State’s junior guard put the Aztecs on his back with a career-high 36 points in a come-from-behind 83-76 win over Nevada in Reno.

  • hockey Mar 1

    No Sleep, No Problem: Gulls Win on Short Turnaround

    At 9:20 p.m. on Friday night the Gulls finished off their 4-2 win over the Heat in Stockton. At 3:38 p.m. on Saturday they got the game-winner over the Barracuda in San Jose. Two wins over two teams in two cities in a shade over 18 hours is not a bad weekend’s work. Max Comtois scored halfway through overtime to…

  • baseball Mar 1

    Ona Shows Off Power in Padres Win

    In 2016 the padres spent upwards of $90 million on signing players on the international market. One of those guys was Cuban outfielder Jorge Ona. In 2019, at the age of 22, he looked like he was really figuring it out with a fantastic start at Double-A Amarillo … until a shoulder injury ended his season after just 25 games….

  • USD Feb 29

    Toreros No-Hit Monmouth

    Jake Miller had appeared in three games for the Toreros in 2020, all as a reliever. When Friday night’s scheduled starter against Monmouth got sick it was Miller who made the emergency start. 102 pitches later he was in the history books. Miller threw a no-hitter, the first of his career, in a 7-0 USD win. It’s the first no-no…...
  • hockey Feb 29

    Gulls Beat the Heat in Stockton

    The Gulls started their franchise record-long road trip with a loss in Tucson. They avoided a losing streak with a bounceback win in Stockton. San Diego scored three unanswered goals and held on for a 4-2 win over the Heat on Friday night. The Gulls have picked up standings points in 13 of their last 15 games to get to…

  • baseball Feb 29

    Grisham Impresses, Padres Win

    The Padres sent highly touted prospect Luis Urias to Milwaukee for highly touted prospect Trent Grisham in the off-season hoping the left-handed hitting outfielder could help even out their right-handed heavy lineup. If Grisham keeps playing like he did Friday night against the Cubs they made the right move. Grisham went 3-for-3 with a home run in ...
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