Annual SDSU baseball Halloween intrasquad game set for Oct. 30

The San Diego State University baseball team will hold its annual Halloween Game on Sunday, Oct. 30, at Tony Gwynn Stadium.

The traditional intrasquad matchup featuring Aztec student- athletes and coaches in full costume will begin immediately following the Challenger Game, which is scheduled to get underway at noon.

Admission is free and gates will open to the public at 11:30 a.m.

Challenger Game competitors from any age and ability are welcome to join the SDSU players on the field. In addition, candy and treats will be provided.

This year, the SDSU baseball program has partnered with the Downs Syndrome Association of San Diego (DSA) and Noah Homes for its Halloween Game festivities.

DSA is the lead organization on Down syndrome in San Diego County, serving more than 1,000 families and professionals.

Meanwhile, Noah Homes is a nonprofit whose mission has been providing exceptional residential services and opportunities to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities since 1983, including advocacy and community partnership.