1933 San Diego State Aztecs football team

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
1933 San Diego State Aztecs football
ConferenceSouthern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
1933 record4–4–1 (4–2–1 SCIAC)
Head coachWalter Herreid (4th season)
Home stadiumNavy "Sports" Field
Seasons
← 1932
1934 →
1933 SCIAC football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Redlands $ 6 0 1     6 1 1
Whittier 3 1 2     4 4 2
La Verne 3 2 0     3 4 0
San Diego State 4 2 1     4 4 1
Pomona 2 3 0     2 5 0
Occidental 2 4 0     2 6 0
Caltech 2 5 0     2 7 0
Santa Barbara State 1 6 0     1 8 0
  • $ – Conference champion

The 1933 San Diego State Aztecs football team represented San Diego State Teachers College[note 1] during the 1933 NCAA football season.

San Diego State competed in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC). The 1933 San Diego State team was led by head coach Walter Herreid in his fourth season with the Aztecs. They played home games at Navy "Sports" Field.[note 2] The Aztecs finished the season with four wins, four losses and one tie (4–4–1, 2–2–1 SCIAC). Overall, the team was outscored by its opponents 59–72 points for the season. This low scoring season included five shut outs of their opponents and being shut out five times.

Schedule[edit]

DateOpponentSiteResultAttendance
September 23at UCLA*
L 0–134,000[1]
September 30San Diego Marines (MCRD)[2][note 3]*
L 0–344,000[3]
October 6at Whittier
T 0–05,000[4]
October 14Pomona[note 4]San Diego, CAW 10–03,500[5]
October 20at La Verne
W 6–0[6]
October 27Redlands
  • Navy "Sports" Field
  • San Diego, CA
L 0–13[7]
November 10at Santa Barbara State[note 5]
W 6–0[8]
November 18at Occidental
L 0–12[9]
November 25Caltech
  • Navy "Sports" Field
  • San Diego, CA
W 37–01,000[10]
  • *Non-conference game

[11][12]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ San Diego State University was known as San Diego State Teachers College from 1924 to 1934.
  2. ^ Navy "Sports" Field was the original name of what became Lane Field in downtown San Diego. It was converted to a baseball-only configuration in 1936.
  3. ^ The Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD) in San Diego fielded a team that played against colleges and other military teams from 1922 to 1964.
  4. ^ What is now known as the Pomona-Pitzer football team played using just the Pomona College name from 1893 to 1949. Pitzer College did not exist until 1963.
  5. ^ University of California, Santa Barbara was known as Santa Barbara State College from 1921 to 1943.

References[edit]

  1. ^ John Connolly (September 24, 1933). "Aztecs Hold Bruins to Two Touchdowns". The San Diego Union. San Diego, California. p.11*1.
  2. ^ "Military Glory: Service Teams, in Their Heyday, Won Championships, Thrilled the Fans". Retrieved January 5, 2017.
  3. ^ "Marines Beat State College, 34-0; "Leathernecks" Have Own Way in Aztec Test". The San Diego Union. San Diego, California. October 1, 1933. p.13*1.
  4. ^ "State College, Whittier Elevens Battle to Scoreless Tie; Aztecs Threaten Constantly But Poets Stave Off Tally". The San Diego Union. San Diego, California. October 7, 1933. P.3-S.2.
  5. ^ "State College Gridmen Beat Pomona, 10-0; Aerial Attack, Field Goal Pave Way For Aztec Victory". The San Diego Union. San Diego, California. October 15, 1933. p.13*1.
  6. ^ "State College Eleven Triumphs Over La Verne, 6 to 0; Aztecs Drive To Touchdown In First Half". The San Diego Union. San Diego, California. October 21, 1933. P.3-S.2.
  7. ^ "Redlands Wins Over San Diego Team, 13-0". The Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles, California. October 28, 1933 – via Newspapers.com.
  8. ^ "Aztecs Defeat Road Runners By 6-0 Score". The San Diego Union. San Diego, California. November 11, 1933. P.3-S.2.
  9. ^ "Aztecs Outplay Oxy Tigers But Lose By 12 To 0 Score". The San Diego Union. San Diego, California. November 19, 1933. P.3-S.2.
  10. ^ Kenwood Bojens (November 26, 1933). "Aztecs Run Wild and Trounce Caltech by 37 to 0 Score; State College Shows Strong Offense To Win With Ease". The San Diego Union. San Diego, California. p. 4.
  11. ^ "San Diego State Yearly Results". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved January 16, 2017.
  12. ^ "San Diego State 2016 Football Media Guide". Archived from the original on 2016-10-18. Retrieved December 7, 2016.