The line between Friday night and Saturday afternoon was invisible to the San Diego State Hockey Club (5-4; 5-2 West) this weekend, as the Aztecs finished a two-game home sweep of UNLV with a 6-1 victory.
Hold on to your hats, the Baja line has arrived. The offensive trio of Alex Cambas, Conor Pope and Travis Sevilla exploded for a combined eight points on Friday night, leading the SDSU Hockey Club (@sdsuhockey) past the UNLV Rebels, 13-5.
TEMPE, Ariz. - The San Diego State Ice Hockey Club (3-4; 3-2 West) played a much-improved game against the Arizona State Sun Devils on Saturday night, but late-game mistakes proved to be the difference in a 6-5 loss.
TEMPE, Ariz. - Arizona State used a five-goal second period outburst on Friday night to hand San Diego State its first divisional loss of the season, as the Aztecs fell by a final score of 7-1. John Riley scored the lone SDSU goal.
The San Diego State Hockey Club grinded out a 5-2 victory at home over Loyola Marymount on Friday night, improving to 3-0 this season against divisional opponents. Three-point nights from Thomas Lapp and Alex Cambas led the way offensively for the Aztecs, while Connor O'Brien made 35 saves to earn his second win of the year.
When the Aztecs take the ice tonight against Loyola Marymount, senior co-captain Thomas Lapp will participate in his 100th game with the club.
SAN DIEGO - On Friday, September 27, six SDSU Hockey Club (@SDSUHockey) players spent an evening in San Marcos volunteering at Fan of the Feather's 100 Golfers on the Green Golf Tournament and Dinner.
"I don't like them." - SDSU junior forward Danny Koressel
SAN DIEGO - Members of the SDSU Hockey Club (@SDSUHockey) volunteered at the 9th Annual CCS Chef Showdown on Thursday, helping put together an event that shows cooking for a cause is a recipe for success.
TEMPE, Ariz. - For the second time in as many nights, the San Diego State Hockey Club (1-2; 1-0 West) was outmatched by Arizona State's Division I team (2-0). An aggressive forecheck kept the Aztecs in the game early, but two three-goal Sun Devil flurries proved to be the difference in an 11-1 SDSU loss.