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