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San Diego State University

Fowler College of
Business Administration

In the Classroom and on the Court: These Aztecs Play to Win

Three women holding basketballs in front of a basketball backboard

Last season, the SDSU women's basketball team won both the Mountain West Conference and the MW tournament leading them to yet another appearance in the NCAA Division I tournament. This year, many have predicted them to finish first overall in the conference for the second year in a row.

When Aztec players Ahjalee Harvey, Chelsea Hopkins, and Khristina Hunter are not practicing for their next victory, they are busy studying for their business degrees.

Hopkins, a Las Vegas native, is the team's co-captain is studying for her M.B.A. The 5'8" point guard transferred to SDSU from Duke University before the 2010-2011 season. She was recognized for her work in the classroom this past spring as an SDSU scholar-athlete.

A sophomore from Fairfield, California, Hunter is a 6'1" forward who is known for her skilled moves to the basket. She just recently declared business administration as her major and is leaning toward a specialization in real estate.

Harvey, who is seeing plenty of playing time as a sophomore, is also pursuing a bachelor's degree in business administration with an emphasis on entrepreneurship. The Mountain View, California native is known on the court as a lightning-quick left-hander.

The College of Business Administration enthusiastically supports all student athletes as they pursue excellence both in their sport and in the classroom.