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What Seed Did San Diego State Get In The 2014 NCAA Tournament?

Seed: For the upcoming 2014 NCAA Tournament, the San Diego State Aztecs were given a 4-seed in the West-region. They are coached by Steve Fisher and hail from the Mountain West Conference.

You can view the entire 2014 NCAA Tournament field here in our official bracket.

Where: They will open play against New Mexico State in Spokane on Thursday.

Why: SDSU finished the regular season with an 16-2 record in the MWC, winning the league by a game over New Mexico. The Aztecs posted notable victories over Creighton, Kansas, and New Mexico.

Ceiling: San Diego State has been impressive all season, suffering only one loss all non-conference season, by nine points to Arizona. The team is led by Xavier Thames, a senior guard who leads the team in scoring. Outside of Thames, the team struggles to score, with only one other double-digit scorer on the roster in forward Winston Shepard. San Diego State plays great defense, however. The Aztecs have only surrendered 70 or more points twice this season. That intensity on the defensive end should give them a good chance to reach the regionals.