Bay Alarm Aztec Update
The San Diego State men’s basketball team’s exciting season officially came to an end back on March 27th, but Steve Fisher’s squad had one more accolade to receive.
Inside San Diego City Hall, Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced, “This council for and behalf of the people of San Diego does hereby proclaim April 14th, 2014 to be SDSU men’s basketball day in the City of San Diego… congratulations and well deserved.”
The San Diego City Council and Mayor Kevin Faulconer, a San Diego State graduate himself, acknowledging the Aztecs after a season to remember.
“I’m so proud of the coach, so proud of the team. From my perspective the sky is the limit for the program,” the Mayor said.
Aztecs sophomore forward Skylar Spencer added, “I’ve never been a part of anything like this, you know it’s a good feeling when you have such a big impact on the city and the people that everybody comes together just because of us playing together as a team.”
Meanwhile, the women’s water polo team adding another championship banner to the Mesa, claiming the regular season Golden Coast Conference title with a win over Azusa Pacific.
“It’s exciting that we ended the regular season and our conference going 6-0, so we are going into our conference tournament ranked first which is really nice. It’s good to see that we’ve improved,” said Aztecs senior driver Anique Hermann.
The lady Aztecs celebration was cut short on Friday night, after losing the Harper Cup game to UCSD for the first time in the 13-year history of the matchup.
The softball team racked up another series win over the weekend, taking two of three from Utah State.
The red and black run-ruling the Aggies in Saturday’s ballgame improving their record to 31 and 12, matching the best start in program history.