UCSD Club Baseball is a competitive team that aims to give passionate students the opportunity to continue their baseball careers.
Since 2010, this team has played in the National Club Baseball Association at the Division 1 level. In the SoPac South Region, we play conference games against San Diego State, Arizona State, University of Arizona, Grand Canyon, and Northern Arizona. The goal is to make it to the NCBA Regional Tournament and then the World Series.
Our team is completely student-run, so we prioritize a healthy student life balance above all else. This team is a commitment and we hold high expectations for all our players, but we offer a degree of flexibility that helps student athletes achieve on and off the field.
The team practices 4 times (5-7 hrs) per week, including on-campus field practices, performance training at the NCAA facility, and off-campus batting cages. Most of our practices are at night to avoid conflict with class schedules. Games take place exclusively on weekends, usually consisting of 3 game series. We play about 5 series (on average) per quarter year round, with our conference season taking place February - May.
The annual player fees will be $600 total, $300 for the off-season and $300 for the conference season. This pays for all the fields, umpires, travel accommodations, equipment, and apparel (hats + shirts). We do offer payment plans for those who need it.
Feel free to email us any further questions.
NEWS AND RESULTS
The Tritons played a doubleheader on Sunday versus University of San Diego. In what seems to be a season theme, the Tritons offense couldn’t find key hits to drive in runs. They rode pitching in the second game in order to split the two game set.
This past weekend the UC San Diego Tritons took on the Grand Canyon University Lopes in a conference tilt at Triton Ballpark. The Tritons prevailed under the lights on Saturday, but GCU’s bats proved too much on Sunday.
This past weekend, the UCSD Tritons opened their regular season with a crosstown series against the San Diego State Aztecs. The bats struggled to push across timely runs while the pitching also came up short in big spots.
The Tritons finished off their fall schedule with a pair of games against the UC Irvine Anteaters Sunday at University High School in Irvine, Alex Uy’s old stomping grounds. A sloppy start - literally and figuratively - was quickly overcome in a pair of blowouts.
Tritons Ride Dominaant Pitching And Relentless Hitting To Convincing Henderson Tournament Championship
This past weekend the Tritons competed in the fall NCBA Henderson Tournament, just outside Las Vegas. After going perfect in pool play to earn a berth in the final, UCSD used a tried and true method of scoring a lot of runs with two outs to down UCLA and take the title.
This past Saturday, the Tritons hosted the Long Beach State Dirtbags for some doubleheader action. The arms dominated and the bats did plenty enough to secure two blowout wins.
In the final phase of tryouts for the 2019-2020 year, UC San Diego played their first competitive games of the fall season against the University of San Diego Toreros this past Saturday. The Tritons’ comeback came up just short in game one, while the bats dominated the second game of the afternoon.
The final series of the season was played at 6,909 feet above sea level in Flagstaff, Arizona against the Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks. The correlation between altitude and offense was certainly reaffirmed as both teams combined to score ninety-three runs in three games. Each game was highlighted by big innings and momentum swings. Read More>
This past weekend the UC San Diego Club Baseball hosted the Arizona State Sun Devils for a three game conference tilt. A tough Saturday put the Tritons in a tight spot where a Sunday loss would likely dash any chances of reaching the playoffs.
The Tritons traveled up to Escondido to take on CSU San Marcos in a 9 inning game over the weekend. The Tritons started off slow, quickly falling down 1-0 in the bottom of the first thanks to an unearned run. Read More>
The Tritons traveled to North Hills to take on the Matadors in a 3 game set. The Bats stayed hot throughout the entire weekend. Read More>
The Tritons opened the tournament against familiar foes the University of San Diego Toreros. UCSD grabbed the lead early with junior Hunter Woodruff scoring on a first inning RBI double by senior Seamus Beyerle. Read More>
After seemingly having their games cancelled for a second straight weekend, the San Diego State Aztecs were able to host the Tritons at their home field of Herbert Hoover High School. After a Saturday defeat, UCSD swept the Sunday doubleheader to get the conference schedule off to a winning start. Read More>
This past Saturday, the UCSD Tritons hosted the Cal State Fullerton Titans at Triton Ballpark for a non-conference doubleheader. The Tritons survived scares of different variety to secure the two wins. Read More>
This past weekend the UCSD Tritons traveled to Phoenix to take on defending conference champions the Grand Canyon University Lopes. UCSD was a walk-off sac fly away from a sweep of the number three team in the nation. The Tritons came out a bit slow while the Lopes’ bats were red hot. GCU put up four runs on five hits in the first off of junior Ray Young. Another run in the second and a pair in the third staked GCU to a 7-1 lead after three. The Tritons run came on an RBI single from junior Kelvin Murillo Read More >
The final series of the season was played at 6,909 feet above sea level in Flagstaff, Arizona against the Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks. The correlation between altitude and offense was certainly reaffirmed as both teams combined to score ninety-three runs in three games. Read More>
This past weekend the Tritons traveled up to Los Angeles, Glendale specifically, to take on the UCLA Bruins in a final tune-up for both teams before the season officially begins February 1st. The Tritons held the Bruins to six total runs, all on Saturday, on their way to a momentum building sweep before the conference schedule begins. Read more>