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Oliveira Voted Top Recruiter In Mountain West
San Diego State assistant baseball coach Joe Oliveira has been voted the Mountain West's top baseball recruiter in a poll conducted by D1Baseball.com. Oliveira and New Mexico assistant Buddy Gouldsmith shared the honor in a vote of the league's seven head coaches. Read More
Mark Martinez is in his third season as the head coach at San Diego State, a position he assumed in 2015 after nine years as an Aztec assistant coach under the late Tony Gwynn.
Martinez helped Gwynn transform and build the program into what it is today. He has helped guide the Aztecs to three regional appearances in the past six years after an 18-year absence from the postseason. Along the way, he has guided the team to back-to-back Mountain West Championships. He has also helped build an academic program that saw the highest APR in the history of the program last season, as well as the most scholar-athletes and highest team GPA in the history of the program. Martinez has had 37 players drafted in his time at San Diego State, and had six of those draft picks make the major leagues (Stephen Strasburg, Addison Reed, Justin Masterson, Bruce Billings, Quintin Berry and Lance Zawadski). In addition, Martinez has helped guide 41 Aztecs to All-Mountain West honors and six Aztecs to All-American accolades.
Pitching Coach: San Diego State University
Sam Peraza enters his second season as the Aztecs' pitching coach after being named to the position in July 2015. Peraza, who came to the Aztecs from Florida International where he served as the pitching coach the past two seasons.
Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator
Joe Oliveira enters his fourth season with the Aztecs as the hitting coach/recruiting coordinator after helping guide the team to Mountain West Championships in each of his first two seasons, including back to back 40-win seasons, and consecutive NCAA Regional appearances.