Watch 2021-22 San Diego State Aztecs Men’s Basketball on YurView

All four games are on YurView California (San Diego/Santa Barbara - Cox Ch. 4, Orange County - Cox Ch. 118) and streaming at yurview.com.

The San Diego State men’s basketball team looks to build on last season’s impressive performance that saw the Aztecs finish with a 23-5 record, a Mountain West Conference championship, and ranked #16 in the nation.

The 2021-22 season tips off November 9th against UC Riverside. Aztecs fans can watch the season opener along with three other games on YurView California (San Diego and Santa Barbara – Cox Ch. 4, Orange County – Cox Ch. 118).

You can also watch a live stream of all four games on yurview.com.

  • Tues, Nov. 9 @ 7pm: UC Riverside 🆚 San Diego State
  • Sat, Nov. 20 @ 7pm: UT Arlington 🆚 San Diego State
  • Wed, Dec. 8 @ 7pm: Cal State Fullerton 🆚 San Diego State
  • Tues, Dec. 28 @ 6pm: San Diego Christian 🆚 San Diego State
A Look at the Upcoming Season

Despite a disappointing first-round loss in last season’s NCAA tournament, there is plenty to be excited about going into this season. Of the 18 total roster spots the Aztecs had last season, 14 student-athletes from the championship team have returned.

They will need that experience since they lost three of their top scorers – Matt Mitchell (15.5 PPG), Jordan Schakel (14.4 PPG) and Terell Gomez (8.6 PPG).

Head coach Brian Dutcher enters his fifth season as head coach, and the Aztecs are predicted to finish second in the league’s annual preseason media poll behind Colorado State.

One of the biggest additions this year is senior guard Matt Bradley, a transfer from the University of California. Bradley was recently selected as the Mountain West Conference preseason Newcomer of the Year. The 6-4, 240-pound guard averaged 18.0 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 1.7 assists last season and was a second-team All-Pac-12 honoree.

Other top returning players for the Aztecs include senior guard Trey Pulliam and senior forward Nathan Mensah. In all, the Aztecs return seven and bring in six new players featuring transfers Tahirou Diabate, a graduate student, sophomore Chad Baker-Mazara and senior Jaedon LeDee.