After making it to the NCAA sweet sixteen, No. 4 San Diego State University lost its opportunity at the final four when it was shutout 3-0 on Sunday against No. 6 University of California Los Angeles.
Steady rain and a sloppy start were not enough to slow down a red-hot San Diego State women’s soccer team on Saturday night in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Beautiful weather and the sun-soaked San Diego State Sports Deck helped set the stage for yesterday’s Mountain West Conference women’s soccer championship game against the University of New Mexico.
The Daily Aztec’s Ryan Schuler caught up with senior midfielder Tiffany Hurst to talk about the No. 6 ranking, her favorite movie of all-time and the highlight of her athletic career.
Senior night is a significant milestone for any student athlete, representing the end of an era and the turning of a page.
The No. 6/13/7 San Diego State women’s soccer team came onto the pitch Sunday afternoon with a chance to clinch the 2012 Mountain West regular-season championship.
San Diego State has received unbelievable production from senior Megan Jurado, who has scored 12 goals this season with seven assists.
The No. 12/17/13 San Diego State women’s soccer team opened up Mountain West Conference play against the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Friday night at the SDSU Sports Deck. The Aztecs continued their winning ways, improving to 10- 1-1 on the season after beating the Wolf Pack 3-0 in a one-sided match.
After losing and drawing its last two matches, the San Diego State women’s soccer team took the field Friday night against UC Irvine hoping to get back to its winning ways.
The No. 15 San Diego State women’s soccer team entered its game against defending national champion and current No. 3 Stanford on Friday still undefeated and hungry to add to its win total.
No. 20 San Diego State women’s soccer team overcame 53-degree weather and more than a thousand screaming Minnesota fans to keep their perfect season alive.
Locker is Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week