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Sport Club of the Month


Selected by the Sport Club Council, the Sport Club of the month is presented to the club team that has exemplified excellence in sportsmanship, rapport among club and conference teams, club administration, and has succeeded in competition performance. The Sport Club of the month is selected during the academic year.


October 2016

Cycling

Cycling Club

The SDSU Cycling Club encourages student-athletes at all skill levels to learn the sport and be a part of a competitive SDSU Sport Club Team. Student-athletes are responsible for developing, organizing, and running the team, which enables members to enhance their collegiate experience and develop athletic and leadership skills. The team environment also serves as a social outlet and connection to the SDSU community. With a diverse group of cyclists from mountain bikers to road riders, the team continues to grow the sport and encourage everyone to find their motivation to ride. Most recently, SDSU Cycling raced at CXLA, winning the women’s category. Prior to CXLA, SDSU Cycling wrapped up their mountain bike season with 15 top three podium finishes at the Western Collegiate Cycling Conference Championships.

 

 

 


May 2016

Dance

Women’s Water Polo

After another successful season in the Southwest Division, the women’s water polo team went undefeated and earned the title of League Champions. As the team continued to prepare for the Collegiate Water Polo Association’s (CWPA) National Championships they were eager to represent San Diego State and bring home another championship for the Aztecs!  Leading up to the CWPA National Championships, the team was ranked 3rd in the nation. The Lady Aztecs finished the season ranked 5th and had an overall record of 10-1.

Team Recognition & Awards

CWPA All Tournament Team
1st Team: Lexie Domingo
2nd Team: Kayla McGowen
2nd Team: Emily Seitz

All Southwest Team
Coach of the Year: Jamie Cassidy

MVP: Katie Enstad

1st Team Selections:
Frannie Kuesis
Lexie Domingo
Nicole Ryder
Kayla McGowan

2nd Team Selections:
Colleen Boensel
Emily Seitz

 


April 2016

Dance

Dance Club

The SDSU Dance team defended their United Sprit Association Collegiate Championship title in both Hip-Hop and Jazz. This was a huge win for the team as they clinched 1st place in both routines for the third time in the team’s history. Both routines were posted on Facebook and Youtube and were well received with over one million views. The dance team continues to participate and make appearances throughout the SDSU community, most recently supporting the men’s basketball team in their NIT run. Although the team’s season has come to an end, current members as well as new prospects will converge at the Aztec Recreation Center to audition for the 2016-17 season.

 


March 2016

Women’s Water Polo

Women’s Water Polo

The Women’s Polo team has their eye on the national championship and has been putting in the hours and the effort to once again earn the first place title. Extending practice times and increasing the number of practices per week has shown to be effective in their ascent to the top. According to the latest Collegiate Water Polo Association’s rankings, SDSU Women’s Club is currently ranked 3rd in the country.

The weekend of March 4, 2016, the traveled to the University of Arizona and brought home another victory for the Aztecs. The A Team finished the tournament with 4 wins and 0 losses; beating University of Arizona 25-4, UCI 15-4, Arizona State University 22-4, and UCSD 15-2. And the B Team demonstrated the immense progress they’ve made by bringing home their first win against University of Arizona, 7-2. The Women’s Club Polo team is currently 2-0 in the tournaments played this season.

 


February 2016

Club Tennis Team

Club Tennis Team

The Club Tennis Team started off 2016 right! The team traveled to the Southern California Sections February 5-6 and after a tough loss to UCLA in the quarterfinals the team beat UCSD by one game to secure a 5th place finish and their spot to Nationals. The team has come a long way since their inception in 2013 and are now in the top 5 in Southern California. The Aztecs are excited to compete in the National tournament being held in North Carolina April 14-16 where the Nation’s top 64 teams will compete for the number one spot.

 


December 2015

Men’s Water Polo

Men’s Water Polo

Men’s Water Polo capped off the 2015 season by competing in the national championships in Santa Cruz November 13-15, 2015. After moving to a new conference this year, the team took a 7-1 regular season record into the divisional tournament before defeating USD, ASU, and Arizona in the championship to advance to the National tournament. Going in as the second overall seed, the team beat Georgia, Michigan, and Cal to earn a berth in the championship game for the second straight year. Although a loss to Lindenwood University withheld a National Title from the team, it was still a massively successful season, finishing with a 13-2 record and ranked 2nd in the country.

 


October 2015

Men’s Ultimate Frisbee

Men’s Ultimate Frisbee

Thanks to the returning members hard work with recruiting, the men’s ultimate Frisbee team (the “Federalis”) have a bright future ahead of them. With several strong athletes competing for roster spots, this year’s rookie class is shaping up to be one of the best in the program’s history. Since the beginning of the fall semester, the team has grown to become a force to be reckoned with within the Ultimate community.

In their first tournament at Long Beach State University, the Feds went as a split squad, with an X and Y team. Led by veterans Erik McCoy, Zeke Ivers, and Maxwell Hume, both teams battled through pool/bracket play and met each other in the finals. The new recruits played a majority of the time and were outstanding to watch. With a group of elite returners and this superb class of rookies, SDSU Men’s Club Ultimate is excited to work towards making Nationals this season and for years to come.

 


March 2015

Rugby

Rugby Team

Over the last few weeks Aztec Rugby has been on fire. Over a month ago, the team lost in a tough match against nationally ranked #3 St. Mary’s College. After that game, they took a step back to analyze their goals and decide who they wanted to be as a team. After a hard week of practice, the Aztecs came out strong against UC Santa Barbara, defeating them 27-13. The weekend following their win against UCSB, they played league rivals Santa Clara in a back and forth home game. They ended up dominating on attack, scoring a total of 55 points against the Broncos and winning the match.

The highlight of the season came on Saturday March 14th, when they traveled to Los Angeles and played a tough UCLA side. The game was neck and neck for all 80 minutes with neither team letting up. Finally, with no time left on the clock, all-American fly half Kalei Konrad nailed a 48 meter kick for points, putting the Aztecs up 42-41 and winning the game. As a result, they are now ranked 13th in the nation and teetering on the edge of qualifying for playoffs. The weekend of April 10-12, they compete against Cal Poly SLO. With current rankings, whoever wins that game will qualify for playoffs. The teams are going to be hard at work these next few weeks to make a statement and have a good playoff run.

 


December 2014

Men’s Water Polo

WMen’s Water Polo

The men’s club water polo team had a historic November. At the beginning of the month the undefeated Aztecs were ranked 2nd in all collegiate club water polo. But the Aztecs still had their conference championship left to go where they were set to have their toughest competition yet. With solid wins against the University of Southern California (final score 12-6) and UC Santa Barbra “A” (final score 9-4), the Aztecs were set to faceoff against Cal Poly in the Pacific Coast Championship game. After four well fought quarters against Cal Poly and an amazing five goals scored by Freshman Josh Heller, the Aztecs came away with their first ever Pacific Coast Championship. More importantly, the Aztecs, now ranked #1, qualified for the National Championship in Kearns, Utah for the first time in club history.

Two weeks later, the Aztec men found themselves in an indoor pool facing off against the tournament host, University of Utah. Although it was a rocky start for the Aztecs, they managed to defeat Utah 8-6 with an impressive 10 saves from team goalie Tim Huson. The Aztecs started to gain speed and steamrolled through the University of Texas 16-8. In this game 10 different Aztec players scored and there were 13 saves by the Aztec goalies. The Aztecs then handled Boston College in the Semifinals 11-7 to get themselves into their first ever National Championship game.

In the championship game, the Aztecs faced a tough Lindenwood University lineup. Though the game was well fought, the Aztecs came up just short losing to Lindenwood 13-8. The team had a beyond impressive season with 11 members of the team scoring in the National Championship Tournament, three players being elected to the second team all tournament (Sam Delaney, Scott Schneringer, and Tim Huson), and sophomore Nassim Hmeidan bringing home the CWPA (Collegiate Water Polo Association) MVP award. Although the team did not bring home the gold from the national championship, the Aztecs had their best season ever finishing 14-1. This is an especially impressive feat being that 3 season ago the Aztecs did not win a single game. After years of hard work and perseverance the team has turned itself around and looks to have a very bright future. The team will be back in February where they will start their off-season preparation for next year’s trek back to the national championship.

 


November 2014

Men’s Club Soccer

Men’s Club Soccer

Men’s Club Soccer is the November Sport Club of the Month. The team began their season with winning the 10th Annual Aztec Cup. This was the team’s first time winning the tournament, since its inception. During Aztec Cup, they scored 11 goals and only had 1 goal scored against the team. Their semifinal 2-0 victory over Cal Poly SLO, the first win over Cal Poly SLO as a club, put the Aztecs into the final against UCSD. They then defeated UCSD 2-0, marking the beginning of a great season.

Continuing their season, Men’s Club Soccer won their league with a record of 4-0-1. In league, they had scored 12 goals in 5 games and had only 4 goals against them. This was the best goal differential in the league as well as in the Region. They went into their last game against UC Santa Barbara, both teams tied with for 1st place. They knew it would be a difficult away game having never won against UC Santa Barbara on their home field. However, Men’s Club Soccer crushed UC Santa Barbara 3-0 and claimed 1st place in the league.

With their impressive play in winning both the Aztec Cup and the league with the best goal differential, the team has qualified for the NIRSA Soccer National Championships being held November 20-22 in Memphis, TN. Receiving the bid is a huge honor as it is the most important invite a club team can receive nationally.

Congratulations, Men’s Club Soccer!

 


 

  • April 2014 - Women’s Club Lacrosse
  • March 2014 - Surf Club Team
  • February 2014 - Dance Team
  • December 2013 - Men’s Club Soccer
  • November 2013 - Men’s Club Water Polo
  • March 2013 - Surf Club Team
  • February 2013 - Men’s Rugby
  • January 2013 - Men’s Ice Hockey
  • December 2012 - Men’s Soccer
  • November 2012 - Men’s Lacrosse
  • October 2012 - Rugby Team
  • May 2012 - Men’s Club Soccer
  • April 2012 - Women’s Club Water Polo
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