San Diego, California - San Diego State women’s basketball head coach Stacie Terry has announced the signing of a nationally-ranked class for the 2017-18 campaign. The 46th-ranked recruiting class in the country according to Blue Star Basketball, Te’a Adams, Jenay Borjorquez, Kiara Edwards, Najé Murray and Kennedi Villa have signed National-Letters-of-Intent to join the Aztecs next season.

San Diego, California - Junior McKynzie Fort scored a career-high 28 points and freshman Baylee Vanderdoes posted a double-double in an 80-70 victory for San Diego State women’s basketball over San Diego Christian in the Aztecs’ home opener Monday night.

San Diego, California - The San Diego State volleyball team will conclude its 2016 campaign with three matches over a six-day period, a run that includes the season home finale and a pair of conference road contests. The Aztecs’ final home match for 2016 is set for Wednesday, Nov. 16, when they host UNLV for a contest set to begin at 6:00 p.m. (PT) on Aztec Court. SDSU will then hit the road for its final two matches of the year starting in Albuquerque where it will face New Mexico on Saturday, Nov. 19, at 2:00 p.m. (MT). Two days later, Monday Nov. 21, the Aztecs will be in Reno to take on Nevada at 6:00 p.m. (PT) in the Virginia Street Gym in their final match of 2016.

San Diego, California - The Chargers re-signed tackle Tyreek Burwell from the practice squad and waived outside linebacker Deon King, the team announced Monday.

San Diego, California - San Diego State hits the road for the first time this season when it faces nationally ranked Gonzaga on Monday night. The 9 p.m. PT game, which is the second of a three-game-in-six-day stretch, is a part of ESPN’s College Hoops Marathon and represents the second time the schools have played in the event (2010).

San Diego, California - The San Diego Chargers continue their long history of honoring veterans and active duty members of the military with the annual “Salute to Service game, presented by USAA” on November 13.

San Diego, California - Fans attending Sunday’s game between the Chargers and Miami Dolphins at Qualcomm Stadium are reminded that only the following may be carried into NFL stadiums: