We are a competitive club gymnastics team open to all UC San Diego students interested in men’s or women’s gymnastics! No experience is necessary to join. Our goal is to have fun doing the sport we love and to help UCSD students continue or start their gymnastics careers. While Rec Sports offers recreational gymnastics classes at Main Gym, we offer the ability to compete on the UCSD team against various other gymnastics clubs, such as UCLA, UC Berkeley, NAU, ASU, and many more. Our meet season consists of a few meets during the fall, more during the winter and spring, and concludes with the NAIGC (National Association of Intercollegiate Gymnastics Clubs) National Championships!
We practice at the Toby Wells YMCA and at the Main Gym open gym classes. If you are interested in joining or would like more information, email us at email@example.com. You can also follow us on Facebook and Instagram. While we fundraise throughout the year to help subsidize our travel, we are always appreciative of outside donations! If you would like to donate to the gymnastics club team, please click the Donate button below.
NEWS AND RESULTS
Over spring break, the UCSD gymnastics team traveled to Memphis, Tennessee to compete in the NAIGC Nationals Competition. With two days of qualifications and a third day for finals, the week was packed with gymnastics. Team members competed across all disciplines, including WAG levels Xcel Silver, Xcel Platinum, and Level 8, MAG levels 7 and 9, and Trampoline and Tumbling (T&T). Read More>
The UCSD gymnastics team traveled to UCLA to show off their routines in the UCLA Yates Invitational alongside UCLA and USC. The team had 14 athletes competing across three Women’s Artistic Gymnastics levels including XCEL Silver, XCEL Platinum and level 8 and the Men’s Artistic Gymnastics levels 7 and 9. Read More>
Three members of the UCSD gymnastics team traveled north to Davis, California this weekend to compete in the UC Davis Winter Meet. UCSD competed across three different levels against teams from California and Oregon. Read More>
The UCSD Gymnastics Team started their season off strong with an exhibition hosted by the team, partnered with the YMCA. The exhibition was a time for team members to showcase their skills and routines as they gear up for competition season. Some members performed their routines while others came to watch and show their support. Read More>
After a two-year hiatus from any competition, UCSD gymnastics headed to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to compete at the 2022 NAIGC National Championships. NAIGC stands for the national association of intercollegiate gymnastics clubs, and they are the governing body for gymnastics at the club level. Read More>
In these last two weeks, many UCSD gymnasts took to the competition floor and showed off beautifully, powerful gymnastics. Read More>
On April 10th, UCSD sent a whopping sixteen gymnasts to the NAIGC Nationals in Daytona Beach, Florida, ten more than the previous season. Read More>
The Triton gymnasts dominated the competition at NAIGC West Coast Regionals on Mar. 23rd and Mar. 24th, with eight individual 1st place finishes, and 1st place finishes for the Women’s Level 9 Team and Overall Team, combining scores from all the women’s levels (Developmental, Level 7, Level 8, and Level 9). Read More>
UCSD was represented by seventeen gymnasts at the UCLA March Madness Meet that took place on March 10th at Pauley Pavilion, competing against host UCLA, ASU, UC Davis, USC, UC Berkeley, SJSU, Brandeis, and UCSB, and clubs including Cambridge Community Gymnastics, 5280 Gymnastics, Silicon Valley Gymnastics Club, and NAIGC Alumni. Read More>
UCSD was represented by Junior Linh-An Ho at the Colorado Cup, hosted by the University of Denver on March 2nd, competing on both the Balance Beam and the Floor Exercise in the Women’s Level 8. Ho placed 1st on Beam, out of fifteen competitors Read More>
Eight UCSD gymnasts took part in the Virtual Stars Competition. The format of this competition allowed for gymnasts from schools all over the country to compete against one another without having to leave their own training centers. Read More>
Four UCSD gymnasts took part in the November Virtual Stars Competition, benefiting the ALS Association. The format of this competition allowed for gymnasts from schools all over the country to compete against one another without having to leave their own training centers. Read More>