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San Diego State Aztecs
2015–16 San Diego State Aztecs men's basketball team
San Diego State Aztecs athletic logo
University San Diego State University
First season 1921-22
All-time record 1,366-1067-1 (.560)
Conference MWC
Location San Diego, CA
Head coach Steve Fisher (16th year)
Arena Viejas Arena
(Capacity: 12,414)
Nickname Aztecs
Student section The Show
Colors

Red, Black, and White

                  
Uniforms
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
2011, 2014
NCAA Tournament Round of 32
2011, 2013, 2014, 2015
NCAA Tournament appearances
1975, 1976, 1985, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Conference tournament champions
1976, 1985, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2011
Conference regular season champions
1923, 1925, 1932, 1934, 1937, 1939, 1941, 1942, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1967, 1968, 1977, 1978, 2006, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015

The San Diego State Aztecs basketball team is the college basketball program that represents San Diego State University, located in San Diego, California. The school's team currently competes in the Mountain West Conference, and play their home games in Viejas Arena. The team began play in 1921 and have been to 6 NAIA tournaments winning in 1941, 3 NCAA Division II tournaments, 5 NIT tournaments, and 8 NCAA Division I tournaments. Since joining the Mountain West Conference, the Aztecs have won 4 MWC tournaments. Former players who went on to achieve notable success in other areas are Art Linkletter and Tony Gwynn.

Team history[edit]

The Aztecs first began playing during the 1921–22 basketball season as part of the Southern California JC conference.[1] They competed in Division III until 1956. They competed in 6 NAIA tournaments. Runners up in 1939 and in 1940, the Aztecs finally prevailed and won the 1941 NAIA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament.[2] They became a NCAA Division I school in 1970 and moved to the Western Athletic Conference in 1978.[3] In 1999 the Aztecs left the WAC and became a charter member of the Mountain West Conference.[4] Prior to entering the Mountain West, they went to 3 NCAA Conference tournaments. During their time in the MWC, the Aztecs have won 4 conference tournaments and have been to 4 NCAA tournaments and 4 NIT tournaments.[4] In 2010–11 season, the Aztecs were ranked as high as 4th in the nation and won their first ever games in the NCAA tournament, reaching the Sweet Sixteen.[5]

Rivalries[edit]

The Aztecs have three major rivalries, the UNLV Rebels, the USD Toreros, and the BYU Cougars. Their primary rival is the UNLV Rebels, especially in recent years with some memorable showdowns. The USD Torereos are the Aztecs crosstown rivals and play them annually through non-conference play, also known as the City Championship. The Aztecs rivalry with the BYU Cougars is inactive since 2011 when the Cougars left the MWC for the WCC, although it is now widely recognized that the New Mexico Lobos have since filled that position.

Facilities[edit]

Cox Arena at Aztec Bowl

The Aztecs play their home games at Viejas Arena (formerly Cox Arena), which is located on the west side of campus. Viejas Arena opened in 1997 as Cox Arena and seats 12,414 for basketball games.[6] In 2009, the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians purchased the naming rights for ten years.[7] The arena features an octagonal scoreboard with video-replay system, that includes up-to-the-minute statistical information on individual players.[7] The facility is also equipped with seven locker rooms, two of which are complete with team rooms, equipment rooms, and a shared training room.[7]

Prior to the opening of the arena, men's basketball played its games at Peterson Gym and, for more than 30 years, at the San Diego Sports Arena.[8][9][10]

Head coaches[edit]

  • Denotes through the 2013–14 basketball season.
Name Seasons Record Percentage
C.E. Peterson 1921–26 70–30 .700
Tom McMullen 1926–29 23–17 .575
Morris Gross 1929–42 190–85 .690
Don DeLauer 1942–43 14–9 .609
Alex Alexander 1943–45 17–26 .395
Charlie Smith 1945–48 45–36 .563
George Ziegenfuss 1948–69 316–229 .580
Dick Davis 1969–74 65–67 .492
Tim Vezie 1974–79 77–62 .554
Smokey Gaines 1979–87 112–117 .489
Jim Brandenburg 1987–91 52–87 .356
Jim Harrick Jr. (Interim coach) 1992 0–7 .000
Tony Fuller 1992–94 20–37 .351
Fred Trenkle 1994–99 55–83 .399
*Steve Fisher 1999–present 310–174 .638

Season-by-season results[edit]

  • All information retrieved from the 2010–11 San Diego State Aztec Men's Basketball Media Guide

NAIA era[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
C.E. Peterson (Southern California JC) (1921–1925)
1921–22 C.E. Peterson 14–8 4-1 2
1922–23 C.E. Peterson 17–5 6-0 1
1923–24 C.E. Peterson 7–6 5-1 2
1924–25 C.E. Peterson 17-7 3-0 1
C.E. Peterson (Independent) (1925–1926)
1925–26 C.E. Peterson 15-4
C.E. Peterson: 70–30 18–2
Tom McMullen (SCIAC) (1926–1928)
1926–27 Tom McMullen 9–6 5-6 4
1927–28 Tom McMullen 10-8 2-6 6
Tom McMullen: 23–17[a] 8–12
Morris Gross (SCIAC) (1928–1939)
1928–29 Morris Gross 8–8[a] 3-4 4
1929–30 Morris Gross 6–6 2-5 5
1930–31 Morris Gross 7–3 3-4 4
1931–32 Morris Gross 13–2 5-1 1
1932–33 Morris Gross 5–6 4-3 3
1933–34 Morris Gross 11–5 10-2 1
1934–35 Morris Gross 13–7 5-5 4
1935–36 Morris Gross 11–5 7-3 2
1936–37 Morris Gross 17–9 9-1 1
1937–38 Morris Gross 20–8 5-3 2
1938–39 Morris Gross 24–7 6-2 1 Lost NAIA Finals
Morris Gross (California Collegiate Athletic Association) (1939–1942)
1939–40 Morris Gross 22–6 3-3 3 Lost NAIA Finals
1940–41 Morris Gross 24–7 8-4 1 NAIA National Champions
1941–42 Morris Gross 13–9 8-4 1 Lost NAIA 2nd Round
Morris Gross: 190–85 78–44
Don DeLauer/Dick Mitchell[b] (Independent) (1942–1943)
1942–43 Don DeLauer/Dick Mitchell 14–9
Don DeLauer/Dick Mitchell: 14–9
Alex Alexander (Independent) (1943–1945)
1943–44 Alex Alexander 6–10
1944–45 Alex Alexander 11–16
Alex Alexander: 17–26
Charlie Smith (Independent) (1945–1946)
1945–46 Charlie Smith 18-8
Charlie Smith (California Collegiate Athletic Association) (1946–1948)
1946–47 Charlie Smith 13-5 5-5 2
1947–48 Charlie Smith 14-13 5-5 3
Charlie Smith: 45–26 10-10
George Ziegenfuss (California Collegiate Athletic Association) (1948–1955)
1948–49 George Ziegenfuss 13-13 6-4 2
1949–50 George Ziegenfuss 14-10 5-5 3
1950–51 George Ziegenfuss 9-19 3-7 5
1951–52 George Ziegenfuss 11-12 3-5 5
1952–53 George Ziegenfuss 16-12 7-3 2
1953–54 George Ziegenfuss 18-6 8-2 1 Lost NAIA 1st Round
1954–55 George Ziegenfuss 17-19 5-3 T-2
George Ziegenfuss (Independent) (1955–1956)
1955–56 George Ziegenfuss 23-6 Lost NAIA 2nd Round
George Ziegenfuss: 121–97 37-29
Total: 480–290

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

  1. ^ a b Tom McMullen coached the first 7 games of the 1928-29 season before being replaced by Morris Gross.
  2. ^ DeLauer and Mitchell were co-head coaches.

Division II era[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
George Ziegenfuss (California Collegiate Athletic Association) (1956–1968)
1956–57 George Ziegenfuss 17–10 6-2 1 Lost NCAA DII Quarter-Finals
1957–58 George Ziegenfuss 17–8 9-1 T-1
1958–59 George Ziegenfuss 17–8 7-3 2
1959-60 George Ziegenfuss 9-17 2-3 6
1960–61 George Ziegenfuss 10–14 3-7 6
1961–62 George Ziegenfuss 10–16 5-7 5
1962–63 George Ziegenfuss 17–9 8-4 T-2
1963–64 George Ziegenfuss 15–11 6-4 3
1964–65 George Ziegenfuss 14–11 5-5 3
1965–66 George Ziegenfuss 14–12 6-4 T-2
1966–67 George Ziegenfuss 24–5 9-1 1 Lost NCAA DII Quarter-Finals
1967–68 George Ziegenfuss 21–6 11-3 1 Lost NCAA DII 1st Round
George Ziegenfuss (Independent) (1968–1969)
1968–69 George Ziegenfuss 10–15
George Ziegenfuss: 195–142 77–44
Dick Davis (Pacific Coast Athletic Association) (1969–1970)
1969–70 Dick Davis 13–13 3-7 5
Dick Davis: 13–13 3–7
Total: 208–155

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Division I era[edit]

Aztecs inside Viejas Arena
Pacific Coast Athletic Association
Season Head Coach Conference Overall Conference Tournament Post Season
1970–71 Dick Davis 3–7 (5th) 12–14
1971–72 Dick Davis 7–5 (3rd) 18–10
1972–73 Dick Davis 7–5 (3rd) 15–11
1973–74 Dick Davis 4–8 T-(4th) 7–19
1974–75 Tim Vezie 6–4 (2nd) 14–13 Lost NCAA 1st Round
1975–76 Tim Vezie 5–5 T-(3rd) 16–13 Champion Lost NCAA 1st Round
1976–77 Tim Vezie 9–3 T-(1st) 13–15 Lost 1st Round
1977–78 Tim Vezie 11–3 T-(1st) 19–9 Lost Semi-Finals
Western Athletic Conference
Season Head Coach Conference Overall Conference Tournament Post Season
1978–79 Tim Vezie 4–8 T-(5) 15–12
1979–80 Smokey Gaines 3–11 T-(7th) 6–21
1980–81 Smokey Gaines 8–8 (5th) 15–12
1981–82 Smokey Gaines 11–5 T-(2nd) 20–9 Lost NIT 1st Round
1982–83 Smokey Gaines 8–8 T-(5th) 18–10
1983–84 Smokey Gaines 6–10 T-(6th) 15–13
1984–85 Smokey Gaines 11–5 (2nd) 23–8 Champion Lost NCAA 1st Round
1985–86 Smokey Gaines 7–9 (6th) 10–19 Lost Semi-Finals
1986–87 Smokey Gaines 2–14 T-(8th) 5–25 Lost Quarter-Finals
1987–88 Jim Brandenburg 5–11 (7th) 5–23 Lost Quarter-Finals
1988–89 Jim Brandenburg 4–12 (9th) 12–17 Lost First Round
1989–90 Jim Brandenburg 4–12 (8th) 13–18 Lost First Round
1990–91 Jim Brandenburg 6–10 T-(7th) 13–16 Lost Quarter-Finals
1991–92 Jim Brandenburg* 0–16 (9th) 2–26
1992–93 Tony Fuller 3–15 T-(9th) 8–21 Lost Quarter-Finals
1993–94 Tony Fuller 6–12 (9th) 12–16 Lost Quarter-Finals
1994–95 Fred Trenkle 5–13 (9th) 11–17 Lost Quarterfinals
1995–96 Fred Trenkle 8–10 T-(6th) 15–14 Lost Quarter Finals
1996–97 Fred Trenkle 4–12 (7th) 12–15
1997–98 Fred Trenkle 5–9 (6th) 13–15 Lost Quarter Finals
1998–99 Fred Trenkle 2–12 (8th) 4–22

* Jim Harrick Jr. coached the final 7 games of 1991–92 season.

Mountain West Conference
Season Head Coach Conference Overall Conference Tournament Post Season
1999-00 Steve Fisher 0–14 (8th) 5–23 Lost Quarter Finals
2000–01 Steve Fisher 4–10 (7th) 14–14 Quarter Finals
2001–02 Steve Fisher 7–7 (T–4th) 21–12 Tournament Champion Lost NCAA 1st round
2002–03 Steve Fisher 6–8 (5th) 16–14 Lost Quarter Finals Lost NIT 2nd round
2003–04 Steve Fisher 5–9 (T–5th) 14–16 Lost Quarter Finals
2004–05 Steve Fisher 4–10 (6th) 11–18 Lost Semi Finals
2005–06 Steve Fisher 13–3 (1st) 24–9 Tournament Champion Lost NCAA 1st round
2006–07 Steve Fisher 10–6 T-(3rd) 22–11 Lost Quarter Finals Lost NIT 2nd round
2007–08 Steve Fisher 9–7 (4th) 20–13 Lost Semi Finals Lost NIT 1st round
2008–09 Steve Fisher 11–5 (4th) 26–10 Lost Finals Lost NIT Semi-finals
2009–10 Steve Fisher 11–5 (T–3rd) 25–9 Tournament Champion Lost NCAA 1st round
2010–11 Steve Fisher 14–2 (T–1st) 34–3 Tournament Champion Lost NCAA Sweet Sixteen
2011–12 Steve Fisher 10–4 (T–1st) 26–8 Lost Finals Lost NCAA 2nd round
2012–13 Steve Fisher 9–7 (T–4th) 23–11 Lost Semi-Finals Lost NCAA 3rd round
2013–14 Steve Fisher 16–2 (1st) 30–4 Lost Finals Lost NCAA Sweet Sixteen
2014–15 Steve Fisher 14–4 (T–1st) 27–9 Lost Finals Lost NCAA 3rd round

Postseason[edit]

NCAA Division I tournament results[edit]

The Aztecs have appeared in the NCAA Division I Tournament 11 times. Their combined record is 6–11.

Year Seed Round Opponent Results
1975 Round of 32 UNLV L 80–90
1976 Round of 32 UCLA L 64–74
1985 #13 Round of 64 #4 UNLV L 80–85
2002 #13 Round of 64 #4 Illinois L 64–93
2006 #11 Round of 64 #6 Indiana L 83–87
2010 #11 Round of 64 #6 Tennessee L 59–62
2011 #2 Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
#15 Northern Colorado
#7 Temple
#3 Connecticut
W 68–59
W 71–64
L 67–74
2012 #6 Round of 64 #11 NC State L 65–79
2013 #7 Round of 64
Round of 32
#10 Oklahoma
#15 Florida Gulf Coast
W 70–55
L 71–81
2014 #4 Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
#13 New Mexico State
#12 North Dakota State
#1 Arizona
W 73–69 OT
W 63–44
L 64–70
2015 #8 Round of 64
Round of 32
#9 St. John's
#1 Duke
W 76–64
L 49–68

NCAA Division II tournament results[edit]

The Aztecs have appeared in the NCAA Division II Tournament three times. Their combined record is 5–3.

Year Round Opponent Results
1957 Regional Semifinals
Regional Finals
Elite Eight
Chapman
Regis
Cal State Los Angeles
W 75–56
W 81–78
L 55–57
1967 Regional Semifinals
Regional Finals
Elite Eight
Portland State
Nevada Southern
Illinois State
W 101–73
W 88–71
L 76–77 3OT
1968 Regional Semifinals
Regional Finals
UC Irvine
UC Davis
L 69–78
W 79–72

NAIA tournament results[edit]

The Aztecs have appeared in the NAIA Tourament six times. Their combined record is 15–5. They were NAIA National Champions in 1941.

Year Round Opponent Results
1939 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
National Championship
Northern State
East Texas State
Manchester
Peru State
Southwestern (KS)
W 49–25
W 41–36
W 49–41
W 49–39
L 31–32
1940 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
National Championship
Central State
Appalachian State
Pittsburgh State
Delta State
Tarkio
W 36–35
W 48–46
W 32–30
W 30–28
L 42–52
1941 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
National Championship
Western Montana
Culver-Stockton
Texas Western
West Texas State
Murray State
W 46–29
W 46–41 OT
W 44–42
W 43–40
W 36–34
1942 First Round
Second Round
Chadron State
Bemidji State
W 36–29
L 32–41
1954 First Round Pasadena L 87–90
1956 First Round
Second Round
Alderson-Broaddus
Gustavus Adolphus
W 77–64
L 60–69

NIT results[edit]

The Aztecs have appeared in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) five times. Their combined record is 5–5.

Year Round Opponent Results
1982 First Round UC Irvine L 69–70
2003 First Round
Second Round
UC Santa Barbar
Texas Tech
W 67–62
L 57–48
2007 First Round
Second Round
Missouri State
Syracuse
W 74–70
L 64–80
2008 First Round Florida L 49–73
2009 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Weber State
Kansas State
Saint Mary's
Baylor
W 65–49
W 70–52
W 70–66
L 62–76

Team records[edit]

All-time record vs. current MWC teams[edit]

Official record (including any NCAA imposed vacates and forfeits) against all current MWC opponents as of the completion of the 2012 season:

Opponent Games Played Won Lost Percentage Streak First Meeting
Air Force 72 50 22 .694 Won 3 1973-74
Boise State 9 8 1 .889 Won 3 1976-77
Colorado State 73 36 37 .493 Won 2 1961-62
Fresno State 106 58 48 .547 Won 8 1939-40
Nevada 11 8 3 .727 Won 3 1956-57
New Mexico 78 34 44 .436 Lost 1 1975-76
San Jose State 66 32 34 .485 Won 3 1936-37
UNLV 59 24 35 .407 Won 3 1965-66
Utah State 6 3 3 .500 Won 3 1962-63
Wyoming 74 35 39 .473 Lost 1 1978-79
Totals 554 288 266 .520

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Career leaders[edit]

Career Scoring Leaders
Seasons Player Points
2004–07 Brandon Heath 2189
1981–84 Michael Cage 1,846
1983–86 Anthony Watson 1,735
2009–13 Chase Tapley 1,526
1955–57 Tony Pinkins 1,475
1952–54 Bob Brady 1,389
1973–76 Steve Copp 1,352
2007–11 Billy White 1,294
1966–68 Al Skalecky 1,271
1987–89 Tony Ross 1,259
Career Rebound Leaders
Seasons Player Rebounds
1981–84 Michael Cage 1317
1966–68 Al Skalecky 1090
2004–2006 Marcus Slaughter 775
1963–65 Larry Meek 764
1973–76 Steve Copp 737
1982–85 Leonard Allen 724
2009–11 Kawhi Leonard 716
1974, 1976–79 Joel Kramer 711
1954–56 Aerick Sanders 686
Career Assist Leaders
Seasons Player Assists
1978–81 Tony Gwynn 590
2006–09 Richie Williams 479
1994–97 Chad Nelson 412
2004–07 Brandon Heath 394
1974–77 Mark Delsman 376
1983–86 Anthony Watson 356
1982–83 Keith Smith 349
2001–03 Deandre Moore 339
1977–78 Dean Decker 307
2009–13 Chase Tapley 303
Career Steals Leaders
Seasons Player Steals
2006–09 Richie Williams 246
2004–07 Brandon Heath 217
1983–86 Anthony Watson 192
2009–13 Chase Tapley 197
1994–97 Chad Nelson 175
2007–11 Billy White 149
1978–81 Tony Gwynn 141
2006–09 Kyle Spain 137
1980–83 Eddie Morris 131
1998–99 Matt Watts 126
1989–90 Michael Best 126
Career Games played Leaders
Seasons Player Games
2007–11 D.J. Gay 140
2009–13 Chase Tapley 134
2007–11 Billy White 134
2006–09 Richie Williams 127
2004–07 Brandon Heath 125
2005–09 Matt Thomas 124
2003–06 John Sharper 119
1982–85 Leonard Allen 116
2006–09 Kyle Spain 115
1999-02 Myron Epps 113
1993–96 Berry Randle 113
Career Minutes played Leaders
Seasons Player Minutes
2004–07 Brandon Heath 4,275
1981–84 Michael Cage 4,262
2007–11 D.J. Gay 4,222
2009–13 Chase Tapley 3,813
2006–09 Richie Williams 3,780
1994–97 Chad Nelson 3,692
2007–11 Billy White 3,532
1983–86 Anthony Watson 3,330
1982–85 Leonard Allen 3,191

Single season leaders[edit]

(*) Lead conference

Season Scoring Leaders
Season Player Points PPG
1983–84 Michael Cage 686 24.5
2006–07 Brandon Heath 637 19.3
1985–86 Anthony Watson 630* 22.5
2005–06 Brandon Heath 607* 18.4
1952–53 Bob Brady 585 20.9
2012–13 Jamaal Franklin 560 17.0
2011–12 Jamaal Franklin 557 17.4
2010–11 Kawhi Leonard 557 15.5
1982–83 Michael Cage 547 19.5
1984–85 Anthony Watson 544 17.5
Season Rebound Leaders
Season Player Rebounds RPG
1966–67 Al Skalecky 394 13.6
2010–11 Kawhi Leonard 380* 10.6
1965–66 Al Skalecky 356 13.7
1980–81 Michael Cage 355* 13.1
1982–83 Michael Cage 354* 12.6
1983–84 Michael Cage 352* 12.6
1971–72 Chris McMurray 350 12.5
1967–68 Al Skalecky 340 12.6
2009–10 Kawhi Leonard 336* 9.9
2005–06 Marcus Slaughter 329* 11
Season Assists Leaders
Season Player Assists APG
1979–80 Tony Gwynn 221* 8.2
1981–82 Keith Smith 212* 7.3
1977–78 Dean Decker 176 6.3
2003–04 Wesley Stokes 175 5.8
1984–85 Creon Dorsey 171* 5.5
1980–81 Tony Gwynn 164 6.3
1975–76 Ray Leary 163 5.6
1978–79 Tony Gwynn 153* 5.7
2006–07 Richie Williams 151 4.6
1995–96 Raymond Kelly 150 5.2
Season Steals Leaders
Season Player Steals SPG
2008–09 Richie Williams 77* 2.1
1984–85 Anthony Watson 74 2.4
2006–07 Richie Williams 69* 2.1
1989–90 Michael Best 65 2.2
1998–99 Matt Watts 65* 2.6
1995–96 Raymond King 63 2.2
2004–05 Brandon Heath 63* 2.2
1988–89 Michael Best 61 2.3
1997–98 Matt Watts 61 2.2
2011–12 Chase Tapley 60 2.3
Season Blocks Leaders
Season Player Blocks
1984–85 Leonard Allen 82
2010–11 Malcolm Thomas 75
2009–10 Malcolm Thomas 52*
2012–13 Skylar Spencer 51
1983–84 Michael Cage 47
1990–91 Marty Dow 46
1983–84 Leonard Allen 46
1981–82 Leonard Allen 45
1979–80 Eddy Gordon 43
2006–07 Jerome Habel 41*

Single game leaders (DI era)[edit]

Most Points in a game
Date Player Points Opponent
February 20, 1986 Anthony Watson 54 USIU
March 3, 1979 Kim Goetz 44 Utah
February 9, 1979 Kim Goetz 42 Colorado State
February 5, 1980 Eddie Morris 41 UNLV
Most Rebounds in a game
Date Player Rebounds Opponent
December 29, 1980 Michael Cage 26 LaSalle
February 24, 1979 Steve Malovic 23 New Mexico State
December 21, 1971 Chris McMurray 23 Chapman University
March 13, 2010 Kawhi Leonard 21 UNLV
Most Assists in a game
Date Player Assists Opponent
February 5, 1980 Tony Gwynn 18 UNLV
March 7, 1981 Tony Gwynn 16 New Mexico State
February 14, 1980 Tony Gwynn 14 New Mexico State

Notable former players[edit]

National Basketball Association players
Player Position Team
Steve Malovic Power forward 3 NBA teams
Michael Cage Power forward & center 5 NBA teams
Kawhi Leonard Small forward San Antonio Spurs
Malcolm Thomas Power forward 4 NBA teams
Other Professional Leagues
Player Position (League) Team
Tony Gwynn Hall of Fame outfielder (MLB) San Diego Padres
Brandon Heath Guard (NBL) BC Levski Sofia
Marcus Slaughter Power forward & center (Liga ACB) Real Madrid Baloncesto
Jamaal Franklin Shooting Guard (CBA) Zhejiang Lions
Media
Player Known for Appearances
Art Linkletter Television personality Host of House Party

Host of People are Funny

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]