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SDSU Receiver Might Be Out for Season

San Diego State split end Alfred Jackson will miss at least three weeks and may be out for the season after suffering two dislocated fingers in the Aztecs’ 55-27 loss to Wyoming Saturday night, SDSU Coach Denny Stolz said.

Jackson, a fifth-year senior, is second on the Aztecs with 13 receptions for 189 yards. Stolz said flanker Monty Gilbreath will take over Jackson’s starting split end position for Saturday night’s game against Hawaii.

The Aztecs also announced that starting cornerbacks Mario Mitchell and Clark Moses will be listed as questionable for the Hawaii game because of ankle sprains.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

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Karin Lindsay scored 8 minutes 50 seconds into the second half to give UC San Diego a 1-0 nonconference victory over Cal State Dominguez Hills Monday at UCSD.

Felicia Faro set up the goal with a crossing pass. Goalie Julie Freiss recorded her 12th shutout for UCSD (13-0-1). Dominguez Hills, a NCAA Division II team, is 5-6-1.


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