SDSU Athletics Relaunches Website

Aztecs to also offer new mobile app, coming soon.


SAN DIEGO – San Diego State Athletics has joined forces with WMT Digital to develop a new official website for Aztec fans that offers a fresh redesign with improved functionality in fan engagement and sports information.

The new website features a modernized, user-friendly interface designed to deliver a more engaging experience for visitors. Improved navigation, dynamic content and optimized performance ensure that fans can effortlessly remain up to date with the latest news, scores and features from SDSU Athletics.

Among the key components, the responsive design offers a consistent and intuitive browsing experience across all devices, allowing Aztec fans to access content and information anytime and anywhere. Additionally, enhanced multimedia integration, including an upgraded video engine, photo galleries and embedded media brings fans a richer experience in following San Diego State’s student-athletes and teams.

"When Snapdragon Stadium opened in 2022, WMT was honored to work with San Diego State and their partners on a mobile app for that beautiful new venue," said Andres Focil, Founder & CEO of WMT Digital. "We are extremely grateful for the leadership of John David Wicker, Chuck Lang, Ayo Taylor-Dixon and the great staff at SDSU for expanding our relationship to power an all new and athletics-focused mobile app. Both platforms have been totally re-imagined to emphasize video content and serve as a valuable tool for fans whether they're at the game or following from their device. SDSU is leaning into digital and we are excited to provide these new platforms to Aztec fans."

About WMT

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