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Limited Supply of Men’s Hoops Season Tickets Available

The team returns after playing in the 2021-22 Mountain West championship game.
By GoAztecs

San Diego State has a limited supply of 2022-23 men's basketball season tickets that are on sale now. This is your best opportunity to secure seats to watch the Mountain West record 14-time champion Aztecs in Viejas Arena.
Available for purchase are bench reserve seating and a limited number of chair backs, starting at $199 per season ticket. San Diego State faculty and staff can purchase ticket packages at a discount and student admission is free. Fans interested in purchasing season tickets can do so online at or by calling the Aztec Ticket Office at (619) 283-7378.
In 2022-23, San Diego State reached the championship game of the Mountain West tournament, its fifth straight under head coach Brian Dutcher, finished the regular season with a 23-8 record and earned a No. 8 seed in the 2022 NCAA Tournament.
Of the 350 Division I institutions which play men's basketball, San Diego State is one of 13 to have won at least 300 contests in the last 12 years and its 75.4 percent winning percentage (307-100) since the start of the 2010-11 season is the ninth highest among Division I schools.
San Diego State returns fifth-year seniors Nathan Mensah, Adam Seiko, Aguek Arop, and Matt Bradley in 2022-23, and four-fifths of its starting line up from a team that went 23-9 last year. In 2021-22, San Diego State appeared in the championship game of the Mountain West tournament for the fifth consecutive year and competed in the NCAA tournament for the second straight season.

In addition to the aforementioned players, San Diego State returns starters Lamont Butler and Keshad Johnson as well as Jaedon LeDee, who sat out the 2021-22 season due to NCAA transfer rules. Newcomers to the program are Darrion Trammell, a transfer from Seattle U., Micah Parrish, a transfer from Oakland, and freshmen Miles Byrd and Elijah Saunders.