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    The San Diego Opera’s first free lunchtime concert for the 2018/2019 season will be at the end of this month. Artists from “The Marriage of Figaro” will perform selections from the comic opera Thursday, Oct. 25 at 12 p.m.

    “The Marriage of Figaro” is about a servant, Figaro, who thwarts his master’s lecherous advances on his fiancée. It was written by Mozart in 1786 and is one of the most famous operas in history.

    Since 2015, Opera on the Concourse is held three times each season outside of the San Diego Civic Theatre and the performances often attract more than 300 spectators. 

    San Diego Opera will also hold two other lunchtime performances starting next February.

    There will be a “Rigoletto” performance on Feb. 7 at 12 p.m. and a performance of excerpts from “Carmen” on April 4 at 12 p.m. as well.

    Funding for the program is provided in part by The County of San Diego Community Enhancement Program and the Ellen Browning Scripps Foundation.



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    CAPE TOWN,SOUTH AFRICA - OCTOBER 16: Violina Anguelov as Marcellina and Lukhanyo Moyake as Don Basilio perform during the Marriage of Figaro at the Cape Town Opera on October 16,2014 in Cape Town, South Africa. (Photo by John Snelling/Getty Images)CAPE TOWN,SOUTH AFRICA - OCTOBER 16: Violina Anguelov as Marcellina and Lukhanyo Moyake as Don Basilio perform during the Marriage of Figaro at the Cape Town Opera on October 16,2014 in Cape Town, South Africa. (Photo by John Snelling/Getty Images)

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    The Department of Environmental Health has issued a general advisory that levels of bacteria could rise significantly in ocean and bay water due to the recent rainfall.

    Water near storm drains, creeks, rivers and lagoon outlets that discharge urban runoff are especially vulnerable.

    Urban runoff may contain large amounts of bacteria from sources like animal waste, soil and decomposing vegetation.

    Swimming, surfing and riving should be avoided for at least 72 hours following rain.



    Photo Credit: NBC 7

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    A 22-year-old motorcyclist died after crashing just after 10 p.m. Friday night on the State Route 76 off-ramp near northbound Interstate 5.

    It was raining heavily with thunder and lightning at the time, CHP said. 

    As the victim drove onto the off-ramp, he veered to the left side of the road up a dirt embankment. The motorcycle got back to the paved part of the road and the driver was thrown 100 feet from his bike.

    CHP says wet roads from the rain caused the crash.

    The motorcyclist was taken to Tri-City Hospital in Oceanside with serious injuries where he was pronounced dead. 

    The crash remains under investigation. 



    Photo Credit: Onscene.tv

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    One person was killed after four vehicles crashed Saturday morning in Escondido. The crash happened around 6:21 a.m. Saturday on southbound Interstate 15 near State Route 78, CHP said.

    A Mustang, two work trucks and an SUV were involved in the crash. The driver of the Mustang suffered serious injuries and taken to the hospital where they were pronounced dead. It’s unclear if anyone else was injured.

    Traffic was backed up for a while after the crash.

    The investigation is ongoing, and CHP doesn’t yet know if the rain played a part in the crash.


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    San Diego Fire-Rescue turned off the water around 8:20 a.m. after a hit-and-run driver drove into a fire hydrant in Little Italy Saturday morning.

    The crash happened in the 2000 block of 1st Avenue.

    Water from the hydrant went into nearby homes affecting multiple residents.

    City Water Department crews are at the scene.



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    A white woman set off a firestorm in a Brooklyn community and on social media after she called 911 on a black boy at a bodega, claiming he grabbed her butt -- only for surveillance video to show that he never touched her.

    The woman, identified by the New York Post as Teresa Klein, was buying cat litter inside Sahari Deli Market in Flatbush Wednesday when the boy, wearing a school uniform and backpack, walked past her with his mother and younger sister, witnesses say and video shows. His backpack appeared to brush against Klein's backside. 

    Klein whips her head around and begins shouting in the direction of the exiting family, surveillance video shows. She makes crude gestures at them, and the mother is seen walking back and arguing with her. 

    Joni Torian, a customer who witnessed the dispute, told the Post, "The mother was right behind him when she says he grabbed her very flat behind. Ain't no mama gonna let her child sexually assault a woman. [Klein] started yelling, 'Miss, you need to watch your son, he just grabbed my ass.' It was kind of funny at first, but then she was saying, 'I will call the cops.'" 

    The fight is then taken outside the store, where witnesses began recording the confrontation. In one video posted to Facebook, Klein is seen getting on her phone and saying, "I'm going to call the cops right now" -- which sends the boy and his little sister into tears. 

    "Mommy!" the little girl bursts out wailing as she clings to her mother's leg.

    Klein is heard saying sarcastically into the phone, as incredulous bystanders watch, "White woman calling the cops on a black lady, I get it." 

    "The son grabbed my a--, and she's decided to yell at me," she tells 911 on the phone. 

    The man filming the encounter shouts at Klein, "Cornerstore Caroline!" -- a reference to the meme mocking white women who call 911 to report what they consider suspicious activity by black people ("Barbecue Becky," "Permit Patty").

    "That's Cornerstore Caroline! We got a new one!" the man filming proclaims. 

    Another passerby shouts at Klein, "Who would want to touch your flat a--? Nobody wants to touch your flat a--!"

    Klein continues speaking into the phone, saying, "I've been sexually assaulted by a child." 

    She tells the 911 operator that she'll be going home to meet officers to file a report -- she gives a Prospect Park address -- and after she hangs up, she waves at the man filming and tells him, "Now why don't you upload that to World Star?" 

    Another woman confronts her and asks her if she "seriously called the police on a child."

    "Go away," that other woman tells Klein. 

    Klein, who tells the other woman she's a police officer, replies, "No, white lady, I will not."

    She adds, sarcastically, "One white girl to another, yeah, make the point to the entire audience," gesturing at the bystanders, who happen to be black. 

    The cellphone video posted to Facebook Wednesday had nearly 5 million views by Friday, and more than 24,000 comments from outraged viewers. 

    "Calling 911 for 'her' emergency, glad she didn't die from him 'grabbing' her a--," wrote one person. 

    Many were upset to see the boy and girl in distress: "My heart hurt for those kids, especially the boy," another wrote. 

    Klein returned to the deli Friday night amid the backlash to watch the surveillance video alongside local media and outraged neighbors in the community. 

    "The child accidentally brushed against me," she admitted after watching the video. 

    "Young man, I don't know your name, but I'm sorry," she said. 

    But the apology didn't appease angry customers gathered to watch her reaction: "It's always 'sorry,'" one man shouted. "'Sorry' don't f---ing change anything. What's 'sorry' gonna do for the kid?"

    It seemed to touch off even more emotional backlash among other black men inside the store. 

    "Apology don't solve people's problems, man," one man said. "If it was me, I would have been incarcerated by now." 


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    A Goodwill in Lemon Grove was evacuated Saturday morning around 11 a.m. when a practice grenade found at the back of the store was confused with a real grenade.

    Practice grenades, which are non-explosive, are basically decorations. They also have a hole in the bottom.

    Nearby streets were also closed off temporarily while the SDSO Bomb and Arson Unit investigated.

    Eventually, the scene cleared and the Goodwill opened back up as usual.



    Photo Credit: SDSO Bomb & Arson Unit

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    Families and friends laid to rest a beloved businessman Saturday, three days after he was killed by two people in disguise at his East Village flooring store.

    Grieving family, friends and loved ones gathered at the Peter Chaldean Catholic Cathedral in El Cajon to their say goodbye to Ghedeer "Tony" Radda, a beloved, father, business and friend.

    Some are still in shock that Radda is gone, killed at his business, Bottom Price Flooring, on Wednesday.

    “Very difficult unbelievable,” Haitham Marcos, Radda’s childhood friend said. “It’s tragic, there's really no words.”

    On Wednesday afternoon, his hard-working friend was found in his shop with trauma to his chest and no pulse.

    Police say two suspects in disguises — a man wearing what appears to be a granny mask and a woman in a purple wig — killed him.

    “Tony, I can honestly say, had no rivals with anybody,” Marcos said. “Very honest guy when you can to him for advice or help, he was there for you giving hard working"

    As Radda’s coffin is being delivered to his final resting place, El Cajon Cemetery, family members and friends shed tears as they say goodbye for one last time.

    His wife, two daughters and loved ones are now seeking justice as his killers remain on the loose. Police still do not have a motive for the killing.

    “I definitely hope justice is going to be served,” Marcos said. “I'm still questioning why. And if it was over money, you know I'm sure the money would have been given. Why did it come down to bodily harm, and furthermore, death? Is a question that I'm waiting for it to be answered."

    Anyone with information about this incident was urged to contact the San Diego Police Department’s homicide unit or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477.

    The family has set up a GoFundMe page to cover the costs of his memorial services.


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    The teenage boy that was bitten by a great white shark two weeks ago made his first public appearance Saturday at the Wags and Waves event to support the California Wildlife Officers Foundation.

    Keane Webre-Hayes was at the event with his parents and little sister where he received a lifetime fishing license and lifetime fishing privileges. Webre-Hayes was bitten by the shark on Sept. 30 while lobster diving off the coast of Encinitas.

    “For them to give me one for life means I go catch as many lobsters as I want,” he said.

    After Webre-Hayes was attacked, he was airlifted to Rady Children’s Hospital where he stayed for nearly a week.

    Webre-Hayes said he grew up in Vermont but he loved the beach and can’t wait to get back in the water when he can to go fishing.

    The event was to raise awareness for wildlife officers and stressed the need to train and obtain for more dogs. Most officers work alone and the dogs provide much-needed protection. Each dog costs more than $10,000.

    Webre-Hayes was seen playing with the dogs before the event. He and his parents are great supporters of the organization.



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    A couple in Imperial Beach got quite a scare Friday afternoon after their security cameras showed a man walking up to their front door wearing a mask.

    The incident happened around 4 p.m. The woman and her husband are still shaken up about the incident and did not want to be identified.

    The most frightening part about the whole ordeal was that the woman was home alone at the time.

    "My husband just left to go to work and I was sitting on the couch with my dog watching TV," the woman said.

    She heard the gate opened and then her dog immediately started barking loudly.

    "I saw she was barking at a different window than she normally barks at," the woman said.

    The house behind is for sale so that initially gave her the benefit of the doubt until she saw the surveillance footage from her security camera.

    "Somebody must have thought the house was vacant because of the for sale sign in front of our property," she said.

    But something didn't sit right with her and she went to her phone to check her security cameras that overlook her front door and driveway.

    She saw the man opened her gate, walked up to her door then turned around. He was wearing a mask over his face.

    Later Friday night, she and her husband looked over both cameras and noticed the same man pacing at the end of their driveway before making his way to do the door.

    "That night, I posted it on Facebook on the Neighborhood Watch Page so that people could be aware of it," she said.

    The woman said she called the police but since no crime was committed, there was little they can do.

    They did, however, marked the incident as a suspicious activity and gave her a report number.


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    Another bluff collapse in Del Mar has residents there worried they might lose access to a popular beach.

    The collapse happened at Dog Beach, which is right next to the race track. Residents said they were walking their dogs when they noticed part of the bluff had collapsed.

    "I'm here every single day," Carla Hayes said. "It's really, really frightening."

    She loves walking her dogs at Dog Beach every day. A few hours after her usual Friday morning walk, she saw a post on NextDoor showing a small bluff collapse.

    "It's really scary," she said. "We haven't seen any to date until today."

    The latest collapse happened near the area where a developer wants to build a luxury resort.

    It was unknown when the collapsed had occurred Hayes said beach erosion is common at the bluffs near her Solana Beach home.

    "You don't have to be a geologist, that's beach replenishment," she said. "That's what it's supposed to do but it's eroding very quickly."

    What worries her about the collapse is losing access to the beach. It's one of the reasons she moved to the area.

    "Our way of life is going to be impacted no matter what," Hayes said. "But it's still a beautiful and kind of much more friendly and laid back place for coastal living."

    The main concern for people living in the area is the safety of the people walking their dogs near the bluffs.


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    Sen. Marco Rubio warned Sunday that America's "moral credibility" is at risk if it fails in its response to suspected Saudi involvement in the disappearance and possible killing of a Washington Post columnist in Turkey.

    Appearing on "Meet the Press" Sunday, the Florida Republican, a member of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said that if Saudi involvement is proven, the response must be strong and swift to ensure America's moral standing.

    "Our ability to call Putin a murderer — because he is; our ability to call Assad a murderer — because he is; our ability to confront Maduro in Venezuela or any of these other human rights atrocities like what we see in China, all of that is undermined and compromised if we somehow decide that because an ally who was important did that, we are not going to call it out," Rubio said, referring to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro.

    And John Brennan, the former CIA director who previously served as a CIA station chief in Saudi Arabia, said Sunday that it would be "inconceivable that such an operation would be run by the Saudis without the knowledge of the day-to-day decision-maker of Saudi Arabia, that's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman."



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    In this Aug. 2, 2018, file photo, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is seen on Capitol Hill in Washington.In this Aug. 2, 2018, file photo, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is seen on Capitol Hill in Washington.

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    Del Mar lifeguards are telling people to stay out of the water after an unknown amount of sewage leaked into the ocean Sunday morning.

    The leak came from a local sewer and a vacuum is being used to stop the leak.

    The leak happened around 8th Street.

    The Del Mar Fire Department is assisting.



    Photo Credit: NBC 7

    Beach on Del Mar in April 2016Beach on Del Mar in April 2016

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    San Diego’s Regional Chamber of Commerce just returned from their annual “Mission to Washington, D.C.” where they had 40 meetings with government officials and agency executives to exchange thoughts and ideas about the needs for business and other issues in San Diego.

    “I thought it was positive,” Paola Avila, vice president of international business affairs for the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, says of the trip to Washington, D.C. “It’s an opportunity to have a face-to-face, which is very different than many other ways of communicating with our policymakers, which we do throughout the year.”

    She says the fact that they bring such a large, bi-national delegation to Washington makes a profound statement.

    “San Diego’s a special place,” adds Stefani Benvenuto, director of public affairs for the chamber of commerce. “We receive tons of funding in research, which makes us one of these high-tech innovators, we are way ahead on the advancements in pharmaceuticals, we have this great binational region and we’re talking about ways to improve our border.”

    Less positive local issues, she says, include the homelessness crisis and housing affordability. Still, they have policy professionals who went to Washington to make their voices heard on those concerns.

    “Sharing one concise message about San Diego’s needs is really impactful,” she says.

    Benvenuto says the housing crisis isn’t news to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development or elected officials in Washington, but they want to know what San Diego plans to do about the situation and plan to model national programs on successful local solutions.

    “San Diego is currently about to undergo a more holistic general plan about how to address homelessness and housing and I know the Department of Housing and Urban Development is very eagerly awaiting the results of that,” Benvenuto says. She adds that they’re always asking for additional resources to test out new ideas.

    “I know that the mayor’s office was delivering that message very heavily and did a great job in communicating that need to Secretary Ben Carson and other leaders within the Department of Housing and Urban Development,” Benvenuto says.

    Avila says they are progressing in the proposed the cross-border railroad, a Tijuana air cargo facility and a potential new port of entry in east Otay Mesa. She adds that the projects are critical for the “goods movement.”



    Photo Credit: NBC 7

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    An armed suspect who led San Diego police on a pursuit through Mission Bay Sunday morning before barricading himself inside the Trade Winds Motel on Mission Bay Drive has been taken into custody, according to police. 

    Police identified the man, who was driving a U-Haul Sunday morning, as a suspect in a case involving stolen guns. The suspect failed to yield to officers in the 2700 block of Grand Avenue earlier Sunday. SDPD followed the suspect to the 4300 block of Mission Bay Drive where he fled on foot.

    The man ran into the motel where he was somehow able to dig through two walls and tried to get through a third. 

    Police deployed chemical agents, but the suspect locked himself in a rear bathroom. Police gained entry inside the room, deployed a police dog and the suspect was finally taken into custody around 10 a.m. 

    He will be booked on numerous charges.

    Police briefly detained a woman who was with the man in the U-Haul, but she was released. 

    Check back on this developing story for more information. 



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    A Red Flag Warning will go into effect early Monday morning until Tuesday evening with gusty winds and low relative humidity increasing fire danger in the inland valleys and mountains.

    Wind gusts will be between 20 to 40 mph but could get up to 60 mph and even 70 mph in wind-prone areas, according to the National Weather Service (NWS) who issued the warning.

    “The Santa Ana winds will start to pick up as early as this evening,” NBC 7 weathercaster Liberty Zabala said Sunday morning. “A Red Flag Warning does go into effect for you in the inland valleys … Monday and Tuesday.” While the danger is mostly in the mountains and inland valleys, with the Santa Ana winds even the coastal communities should be on alert.

    Cal Fire is increasing staff across the state as a precaution for the next two days and they are urging people to do their part by mitigating the potential for the wildfire: Don’t trim or mow your grass on a windy day, if you’re camping, make sure to put out all the embers of your campfire and be careful if you shoot in grassy areas as it can spark a fire.

    “Even though we did see that rain, it’s not enough to stop that Red Flag Warning and this fire weather danger ahead, especially for Monday and Tuesday so be very, very careful,” Zabala added.

    The Red Flag Warning isn’t just for Southern California – one was also issued by the NWS to Northern California.

    The Red Flag Warning for Southern California will be in effect from 3 a.m. Monday until 8 p.m. Tuesday. 


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    A custodian was attacked by a man who attempted to sexually assault her while she was working at a Little Italy business early Sunday morning.

    The armed suspect entered the building around 4:33 a.m. and pushed the victim into a back room. The woman was able to fight him off and ran out of the business.

    The suspect then took the victim's car keys and stole her tan 1998 GMC. He was seen driving northbound from the 1700 block of India Street.

    The San Diego Police Department Sex Crimes Unit was called to the scene and conducted the investigation.

    The suspect is described as a man with a medium complexion, 25 to 30 years old, 5 feet 5 inches, thin build and approximately 130 pounds. He was unshaven with dark, curly hair. He was wearing a white baseball cap with black stripes and stars resembling an American flag, a black short sleeve t-shirt and tan shorts with dark high top tennis shoes with white trim.

    The investigation is ongoing; Detectives are currently searching for additional witnesses and evidence.


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    Want to visit a real haunted house this Halloween? Stroll on over to the unassuming Whaley House, a 19th century Greek Revival that sits in the center of San Diego Avenue in Old Town. The small two-story home may seem unimposing, but it has garnered its share of ghost stories.

    The house was built by businessman Thomas Whaley in 1856 and was the first two-story brick edifice in San Diego. It also served as a general store, San Diego’s second county courthouse and the first commercial theatre in San Diego.

    Whaley and his wife Anna lived there with their five children until the last resident, Corinne Whaley, left the house for a nursing home in 1953. 

    The house remained in disrepair throughout much of the twentieth century until it became a historic site in 1956.

    Since then, the home has been at the center of ghostly stories with staff and visitors telling accounts of seeing or hearing strange things.

    In 2005, Life Magazine named the Whaley House “the most haunted house in America.”

    Even when the Whaley family lived there, they believed the home was haunted by the ghost of Yankee Jim Robinson who was hanged on the property for stealing a boat in 1852. The family heard footsteps, Anna Whaley felt a presence she said she couldn’t shake off and the community widely regarded the house as haunted.

    In the years since people have reported chairs rocking, chandeliers swinging, playing of a piano that no longer exists in the house, the smell of fresh baked bread and pies during the holidays and the scent of fine Cuban tobacco and French perfume. The disembodied pounding of a gavel has also been reported in the courtroom, according to the Whaley House’s website.

    Even Regis Philbin claims to have seen the ghost of Anna Whaley in 1964. "All of a sudden I noticed something on the wall," Philbin reported. "There was something filmy white, it looked like an apparition of some kind, I got so excited I couldn't restrain myself! I flipped on the [flash]light and nothing was there but a portrait of Anna Whaley, the long-dead mistress of the house."

    Added in, children’s cries, the sounds of music and laughter in the theatre and a phantom dog chasing a ghostly cat make a trip to the San Diego landmark just a bit unsettling.

    That’s why the Whaley House Museum will be open late this October – because the sound of disembodied laughter is always creepier after dark.

    The museum will stay open for evening tours Wednesday, Oct. 24 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Thursday, Oct. 25 until 9:30 p.m.; Friday, Oct. 26 and Saturday, Oct. 27 until midnight; Oct. 29-30 until 9:30 p.m. and on Halloween until midnight.



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    Here is a preview of what is going on in San Diego sports for the week of October 15th-21st.

    GULLS: The Gulls are back at the Nest this weekend. Friday the Milwaukee Admirals head to the Valley View Casino Center and all fans get a Gulls Light Up Wristband. Saturday the Bakersfield Condors head to town and it’s a Gulls Wall Calendar Giveaway. Puck drops at 7 p.m. both nights.

    CAL STATE SAN MARCOS COUGARS:

    -WOMEN’S SOCCER: Friday vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills 12:30 p.m. and Sunday vs. Cal State L.A. 11:30 a.m.

    -MEN’S SOCCER: Friday vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills 3 p.m. and Sunday vs. Cal State L.A. 2 p.m.

    -WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL: Friday vs. Sonoma State 7 p.m. and Saturday vs. Humboldt State 5 p.m.

    -MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY: Saturday at the UCSD Triton Invite 8 a.m.

    -WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY: Saturday at the UCSD Triton Invite 8 a.m.

    UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO TRITONS:

    -MEN’S GOLF: Monday and Tuesday at the Dixie State Fall Regional Preview in St. George, Utah.

    -SWIMMING & DIVING: Friday vs. Boise State, San Diego State and UC Davis 2 p.m. at the UCSD Canyonview Aquatic Center and Saturday at the Blue vs. Gold (Exhibition) at UCSD and Lancer Dive Invite in Riverside.

    -MEN’S SOCCER: Friday vs. Cal State L.A. 4:30 p.m. and Sunday vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills 11:30 a.m. at UCSD.

    -MEN’S WATER POLO: Friday vs. Concordia University 6 p.m. at the UCSD Canyonview Aquatic Center.

    -WOMEN’S SOCCER: Friday vs. Cal State L.A. 7 p.m. and Sunday vs. Cal State Domingues Hills 2 p.m. both at UCSD.

    -WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL: Friday vs. Humboldt State 7 p.m. and Saturday vs. Sonoma State 7 p.m. both at the RIMAC Area.

    -FENCING: Sunday at the San Diego Open 9 a.m. at the UC San Diego Main Gym.

    UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO TOREROS:

    -MEN’S GOLF: Monday and Tuesday at the Bill Cullum Invitational in Simi Valley.

    -MEN’S TENNIS: Wednesday-Sunday at the ITA Regionals in Malibu.

    -WOMEN’S TENNIS: Thursday-Sunday at the ITA Regional Championships in San Diego.

    -WOMEN’S SOCCER: Thursday at Saint Mary’s and Saturday at Pacific in Stockton.

    -WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL: Thursday vs. Pepperdine 8 p.m. and Saturday vs. Loyola 12 p.m. both at USD.

    -SOFTBALL: Friday vs. Palomar 6 p.m.

    -MEN’S SOCCER: Friday vs. San Diego State 7 p.m.

    -WOMEN’S ROWING: Saturday at the Head of the Charles in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    -FOOTBALL: Saturday at Butler 9 a.m.

    -WOMEN’S SWIM: Saturday vs. UC Davis 11 a.m. at USD.

    SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY AZTECS:

    -MEN’S TENNIS: Wednesday-Sunday at the ITA Southwest Regional Championships in Malibu, California.

    -WOMEN’S TENNIS: Thursday-Sunday at the ITA Southwest Regionals at the Barnes Tennis Center.

    -WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL: Thursday at San Jose State and Saturday at Nevada.

    -WOMEN’S GOLF: Friday-Sunday at the Stanford Intercollegiate.

    -WOMEN’S SWIM: Friday vs. UC San Diego, Boise State and UC Davis 2 p.m. in La Jolla.

    -MEN’S SOCCER: Friday at USD 7 p.m.

    -WOMEN’S SOCCER: Friday vs. Colorado College 7 p.m. and Sunday vs. Air Force 12 p.m. both at the SDSU Sports Deck.

    -FOOTBALL: Saturday vs. San Jose State 7:30 p.m. at SDCCU Stadium.


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