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Franklin lets his emotions fly in loss

Antonio Morales

March 12, 2012

Filed under Sports

LAS VEGAS — When watching sophomore guard Jamaal Franklin on the court, it’s easy to see he’s an emotional player. It helps make him the player he is. On Saturday, he let those emotions get the best of him. Franklin was called for a charging foul... Read more »

SDSU overcomes CSU, earns title game trip

Antonio Morales

March 9, 2012

Filed under Sports

LAS VEGAS-- A little more than 24 hours after one of the most dramatic victories of its season, the San Diego State men’s basketball team decided to take an approach to victory that was easier on the heartbeat. SDSU recei... Read more »

Aztecs run away from Cowgirls and into finals

Antonio Morales

March 9, 2012

Filed under Sports

LAS VEGAS-- Every game is a big game for the San Diego State women’s basketball team at this point of the season. There’s a common saying in sports that big time players make big time plays in big time games. SDSU got its bi... Read more »

Aztec baseball and tennis news

Antonio Morales

February 26, 2012

Filed under Sports

Up and down weekend After losing four of its first five games, the San Diego State baseball team welcomed No. 21 Oregon State to Tony Gwynn Stadium last Friday. It was a rude welcome as SDSU defeated the Beavers 18-2. Th... Read more »

Softball team positions

Softball team positions

February 16, 2012

Post play pays dividends in win

Antonio Morales

February 5, 2012

Filed under Daily Aztec Stories

When shots aren’t falling in from the outside, there’s a natural inclination for most basketball players: Start bringing the shots in closer. That’s what the San Diego State men’s basketball team did on Saturday night... Read more »

Aztecs go Bronco busting, avoid upset bid

Antonio Morales

February 2, 2012

Filed under Daily Aztec Stories

A win is a win is a win and the San Diego State men’s basketball team won’t apologize to anyone after its latest conquest. It was the win that almost wasn’t. Boise State’s Thomas Bropleh had a wide-open look at the game-win... Read more »