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San Diego St. Aztecs

 The San Diego State Aztecs are the collegiate athletics and sports teams that represent San Diego State University (SDSU). San Diego State has organized programs for baseball, basketball, football, soccer, golf, gymnastics, rowing (crew), softball, tennis, track, swimming, diving, women's volleyball, and water polo. The Aztecs compete in NCAA Division I (FBS for football). Its primary conference is the Mountain West Conference. The women's water polo team participates in the Golden Coast Conference, having moved from the Big West Conference in July 2013.[2] The men's soccer team participates as an associate member of the Pac-12 Conference (or "Pac-12"). The women's rowing team is a member of the American Athletic Conference (The American), its third conference in three seasons following moves from the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association (WIRA) to Conference USA (C-USA) in 2013[3] and from C-USA to The American in 2014.[4] San Diego State's football team had intended to move to the Big East Conference beginning in 2013 with the remainder of its current Mountain West sports moving to the Big West, but on January 17 it was reported that all of San Diego State's athletic teams would be readmitted to the Mountain West.

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Offense 2017-2018

Season Stats Rank
POINTS 2,165 138
FG% 0.458 226
3PFG% 0.340 124
FT% 0.726 224
RO 271 144

Defense 2017-2018

Season Stats Rank
POINTS AGAINST 1,899 335
FG% AG. 0.418 288
3PFG% AG. 0.331 268
FT% AG. 0.724 106
RD 706 187

Team leaders 2017-2018

Player Roster

Team Stats 2017-2018

Offensive

GP GS P A PH FGA FGM FTA FTM 3PFGA 3PFG RO
28 0 358 32 21 289 148 69 48 38 14 64
29 0 357 114 26 282 115 112 85 112 42 15
29 0 315 52 31 237 106 74 58 125 45 21
29 0 295 22 19 184 110 91 72 15 3 65
24 0 227 102 19 204 76 71 52 76 23 17

Defensive

GP GS RD B S TO FP FT
29 0 150 16 25 30 64 0
28 0 131 32 22 53 59 0
29 0 94 7 33 59 74 0
24 0 77 6 27 37 32 0
29 0 58 0 29 54 39 0

Stadium

Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl
San Diego, California, USA.
Capacity: 12,414