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Australian Team On Tap For Aztec Women's Basketball Exhibition Monday

Veronica Shaw and the Aztecs look to rebound from last Tuesday's exhibition loss to Vanguard.
Veronica Shaw and the Aztecs look to rebound from last Tuesday's exhibition loss to Vanguard.

Nov. 14, 2003

SAN DIEGO -

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SAN DIEGO STATE Aztecs (0-1 Exh.) vs.
NUNAWADING Spectres (0-3) *

-When & Where: Monday, Nov. 17, Cox Arena (12,414), San Diego, Calif., 7:00 p.m. (PST)

-Webcast/Live Stats/TV: Live stats available at www.goaztecs.com

-The Records: SDSU looks to rebound from a 66-52 loss in its first exhibition game last week against NAIA-power Vanguard. The Aztecs have split their two exhibitions each of the last four seasons, including 2002, when SDSU beat the Basketball Travelers (72-65), before falling to the West Coast All-Stars (74-70).

Nunawading Spectres, meanwhile, will be in their fifth game of a six-date exhibition tour throughout California. The team has yet to win any of its first three games, falling to Chico State (90-74), UC Davis (92-74) and Cal State Stanislaus (78-75). The Spectres face Pepperdine Saturday before traveling down to San Diego.

-In The RPI: In the 2003-04 preseason strength of schedule report released by the WBCA on Oct. 21, SDSU's schedule is ranked 152nd of the 324 NCAA Division I teams.

-SDSU Head Coach Jim Tomey: Tomey (Michigan '81) is in his second season at San Diego State after taking over the Aztec helm on April 9, 2002. His career and Aztec head coaching record is 9-18.

-Nunawading Head Coach Lisa Townsend: Townsend is the head coach of the Nunawading Spectres and is assisted by Lyndon Dale.

-Series History: N/A