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Padres Spring Training: Former Aztec Doing it All

If you can hit a baseball team will find a spot for you in the lineup. Ty France can hit. “I love his bat. He’s strong, he stays in the zone,” said Padres manager Jayce Tingler. So n...

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  • SDSU Jan 9

    Rocky Long Steps Aside, Brady Hoke Returns as SDSU Head Coach

    Long-time Aztec head coach Rocky Long has decided to retire. San Diego State University held a news conference Wednesday afternoon to announce the move. Athletic Director J.D. Wicker introduced Brady Hoke as his replacement. Hoke hired Long in 2009 as his Defensive Coordinator. Now the former Aztec head coach will replace the man that made San Dieg...
  • San Diego State Jan 8

    No. 1 Seed for SDSU? Margin for Error Could be Slim

    The Aztecs are undefeated, and the nation is taking notice. Brian Dutcher’s team has made steady jumps up the polls all the way up to No. 7, and it seems like in the last week people have really starting to talk about San Diego State. Now that January has arrived – March feels a whole lot closer and that means…

  • NCAA Jan 6

    Aztecs Climbing in Polls

    The Aztecs moved up to 7th in the latest AP and Coaches Polls. SDSU beat Utah State on the road on Saturday to run their record to 15-0 and remain, with 13-0 Auburn, one of the two remaining undefeated teams among the 353 Division-1 programs (Since my wife is an Auburn girl who works at SDSU I need to say…

  • soccer Jan 6

    Loyal SC’s 1st Match Date Set

    What was rumored for a while is now official. San Diego Loyal SC will begin its inaugural United Soccer League season on March 7 at Torero Stadium against the Las Vegas Lights. “I couldn’t be more honored to lead SD Loyal onto the field for our inaugural game,” said Loyal coach Landon Donovan in a statement. “Having played t...
  • SDSU Jan 5

    Aztecs Stay Perfect, Beat Utah State

    Utah State is the defending Mountain West Conference champion. The Aggies were the unanimous preseason pick to repeat as MWC champs and were ranked in the top 20 of both major polls. USU is off to a 13-3 start and had not lost a game at home in 360 days. The undefeated Aztecs didn’t care one tiny little bit about…

  • hockey Jan 5

    Condors Beat Gulls in Shootout

    Sometimes you don’t play very well and lose. Other times you play really well but run into someone who’s having one of the best nights of his career and still lose. The latter happened to the Gulls on Saturday night in a 2-1 shootout loss to Bakersfield. San Diego’s lone goal came in the 1st period when captain Sam...

  • baseball Jan 5

    Padres Re-sign Stammen

    Whether it’s through trades or free agents the Padres have been kicking the tires on all kinds of starting pitchers this off-season. The only one they landed was Zach Davies in a trade that sent Eric Lauer to Milwaukee. So instead of supplementing the starters they’ve bolstered the bullpen, adding Drew Pomeranz and Pierce Johnson … and ...
  • soccer Jan 5

    Torrey Pines H.S. Alum Named NCAA Soccer’s Best Player

    TPHS alum named best soccer player in the country.

  • hockey Jan 4

    Gulls Open 2020 With Loss to Condors

    The Gulls opened a season-long 5-game homestand on Friday night at Pechanga Arena. This stretch will take them up to the season’s halfway point so standings points now are at a premium. They’ll have to start building those points in game two. San Diego got off to a bad start against Bakersfield, tied the game, and lost 3-2 on...

  • los angeles chargers Jan 3

    Chargers Have A Lot Of Questions To Answer In Offseason

    The Los Angeles Chargers season has finally concluded. Players have completed their exit interviews and General manager Tom Telesco gave his “State of the Franchise” address on Thursday afternoon. For the first time since 2011 the Chargers face many important free agency decisions. In 2011, it was receivers Vincent Jackson and Malcolm Floyd, runnin...
  • baseball Jan 3

    #OnFriar Podcast: Padres New Year’s Resolutions

    Welcome to 2020! Now let’s do a whole bunch of things in a completely different way. The Padres only won 70 games last year and haven’t had a winning season since 2010 so, in the spirit of the new year, the OnFriar Podcast has resolutions for the organization in general and several of the guys on the roster already. We…

  • NCAA Jan 3

    Toreros Go Cold Late in Loss to LMU

    LOS ANGELES — Jordan Bell had 13 points as Loyola Marymount beat San Diego 64-58 on Thursday night. Both teams were playing their first West Coast Conference game of the season. Parker Dortch had 12 points for Loyola Marymount (7-8). Ivan Alipiev added 10 points. Joey Calcaterra had 14 points and six rebounds for the ...
  • basketball Jan 3

    Aztecs Back on “The Map,” Plan to Stay There

    When the 2019-20 NCAA basketball season started there were 353 undefeated Division-1 teams. Now there are two. To track the progress of prolonged perfection a map was created on social media. It began with all 353 logos. As of January 2, 2020, that map looks like this: SDSU and the Auburn Tigers are the lone unbeatens. Now ranked 13th in…...
  • Don Larsen Jan 2

    Don Larsen, Yankees Pitcher Who Threw Only Perfect World Series Game, Dies at 90

    Don Larsen, the journeyman pitcher who reached the heights of baseball glory in 1956 for the New York Yankees when he threw a perfect game and the only no-hitter in World Series history, died Wednesday night. He was 90.

  • San Diego State Basketball Jan 1

    Aztecs Stay Perfect, Improve to 14-0 With a Win Over Fresno State

    New year, same old Aztecs! The 13th ranked San Diego State Aztec basketball team stayed unbeaten improving to 14-0 on the season with a 61-52 win against Fresno State in front of a sellout crowd at Viejas Arena. San Diego State and Auburn are the only two undefeated teams remaining in the nation. Malachi Flynn led SDSU with 16 points…
  • San Diego Sports Jan 1

    Counting Down the Top 10 San Diego Sports Storylines of 2019

    It was an eventful year for San Diego sports fans, right up until the final days of 2019. Local teams made history. The Padres made a bunch of changes. And Philip Rivers may have made his last appearance with the only NFL team he’s known. So with a busy 12 months in the books, let’s look back at the storylines…

  • NFL Dec 29, 2019

    Chargers Fall to Chiefs … Rivers Era Over?

    A fantastic touchdown pass. An ill-advised end zone interception. If this was the last time Philip Rivers, whose contract expires at the end of the season, plays an NFL game in a Chargers uniform he went out playing the same way he always has: slinging the ball all over the place, for better or for worse. For the majority of…

  • SDSU Dec 29, 2019

    No. 15 San Diego State Beats Cal Poly to Improve to 13-0

    Malachi Flynn scored 14 points and No. 15 San Diego State overcame a slow start to beat Cal Poly 73-57 and continue its best start nine seasons and remain one of three undefeated teams nationally.

  • los angeles chargers Dec 27, 2019

    Could This Be It for Quarterback Philip Rivers?

    They will travel to Kansas City to face divisional rival Chiefs in what could be quarterback Philip Rivers’ last game with the organization.

  • soccer Dec 24, 2019

    San Diego Loyal S.C. Signs Naval Academy Graduate

    As we’ve seen recently with franchises like the Vegas Golden Knights, who went to the Stanley Cup Final as an expansion team, it’s not impossible for new sports entities to have immediate success. San Diego Loyal SC is trying to follow suit in its inuagural USL Championship season and the way they’re building the roster, a playoff...
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