San Diego, California - San Diego State, tied for 20th in the most recent CWPA top-20 poll, returns to action Saturday when it plays host to Golden Coast foe Fresno Pacific (9 a.m. ) and Brown (11:30 a.m.) on Saturday at Aztec Aquaplex.

SDSU (16-10) swept through the Chapman Mini Invitational last Saturday with wins over Cal State East Bay, Connecticut College and Chapman, before dropping a 12-6 decision to third-ranked Stanford on Monday.

The Aztecs enter the conference game with the Sunbirds with a 1-0 record inside GCC action. Fresno Pacific, meanwhile, comes in at 0-2 in league and 7-15 overall. FPU has lost three straight contests and will play at UC San Diego on Friday before heading to Montezuma Mesa on Saturday.

Brown boasts an 11-11 record overall and has won three of its last four outings. The Bears have been in California for a week and will play at Whittier College on Thursday before driving south on Interstate 5 to face the Aztecs.

Fresno Pacific and Brown will cap a busy day at Aztec Aquaplex when the teams face each other at 2 p.m.

Following the tripleheader on campus, San Diego State will be in action next on April 5, when it welcomes conference member LMU to The Mesa. First sprint for the game is set for 1 p.m.