Friday, Mar 27
Women's Track NTS 
37th Annual Aztec Invitational
San Diego, Calif.
Live Stats
Women's Tennis L, 6-1 
No. 59 San Jose State
San Jose, Calif.
Women's Water Polo L, 8-6 
Brazil (exh.)
Honolulu, Hawaii
Softball W, 6-4 
Boise State
Boise, Idaho
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Baseball 6:00 PM PT
UNLV
Las Vegas, Nev.
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Saturday, Mar 28
Women's Rowing 7:00 AM PT
San Diego Crew Classic
San Diego, Calif. (Mission Bay)
Women's Track 9:00 AM PT
37th Annual Aztec Invitational
San Diego, Calif.
Live Stats
Men's Tennis 10:30 AM PT
Santa Clara
Aztec Tennis Center
Baseball 2:00 PM PT
UNLV
Las Vegas, Nev.
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Softball 4:00 PM MT
Boise State
Boise, Idaho
 TV Watch
Women's Water Polo 5:30 PM HT
No. 1 UCLA
Honolulu, Hawaii
Women's Lacrosse 7:00 PM ET
Yale
New Haven, Conn.
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Bob Breitbard

Sport:
Local Sports Pioneer
Football Player 1938-40 and Coach 1945

Bob Breitbard

Hall of Fame Class of 2006

A pioneer in the San Diego sports community, Bob Breitbard, was a three-year letterwinner and all-conference center on the Aztec football squad from 1938-40. The San Diego native returned to The Mesa as SDSU's volunteer head coach in 1945, re-establishing the football program after a two-year break for World War II.

While his stint as head coach lasted just one season and saw him compile a 2-5 record, Breitbard remains a prominent figure in San Diego area sports. He founded the Breitbard Athletic Foundation in 1946, which later evolved into the San Diego Hall of Champions, honoring local athletes - both past and present - on all levels. He was a key figure on the board of the Greater San Diego Sports Association, helping to turn San Diego into a major sports town with the Chargers and the Padres. The Hoover High School alum was also a driving force behind the building of the San Diego Sports Arena and was the owner of the Gulls hockey team and later, the Rockets of the NBA.