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Aztec Nation - Wednesday Edition



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    Wednesday, August 26, 2008 | 3 Days Until the Football Season Opener

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  • San Diego State men's and women's basketball season tickets are on sale. Fans can order season tickets in person at the Qualcomm Stadium ticket office or by phone at (619) 283-7378. Men's season tickets have never been more affordable, with season reserved chair-back seats starting at just $99. The Aztec men which have won 20 or more games each of the last three season and have advanced to postseason play three consecutive years, will have non-conference home games this season with nationally-ranked Arizona State, longtime rival Fresno State and USD. The women, which came within an eyelash of making the NCAA Tournament last season, San Diego Surf `N Slam highlights their 2008-09 home schedule as SDSU will take on Sacramento State and will face either perennial power Texas or UTEP in the second game of the event. Women's tickets start at just $60. Men's and Women's Basketball Season Ticket Information

  • Glae Thien of the Union-Tribune, "Southwick set a school record with 106 saves in a season while starting all of the Aztecs' 20 games." Today's Clips

  • Scott Bair of the North County Times, "That may have been the perception last year, when San Diego State's young quarterback spent his redshirt season as O'Connell's shadow. Lindley, however, harbors no such illusions." Today's Clips

  • John Tomase of the Boston Herald, "Rookie Justin Masterson highlighted a shutout performance from the bullpen by inducing a boo-riddled Alex Rodriguez to ground into a rally-killing double play." Today's Clips

  • Scott M. Johnson of the Kitsap Sun, "The team had to make five roster moves on Tuesday -- the most notable of which was placing rookie long snapper Tyler Schmitt on injured reserve and thereby ending his 2008 season -- while several other players continue to battle nagging injuries." Today's Clips

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