UCSD Men’s Lacrosse is a competitive club team that aims to give athletic and driven young men an outlet to grow their lacrosse skills in a competitive team environment. We compete in the MCLA division II Southwest Lacrosse Conference. We compete against teams such as USD, Northern Arizona, CSU San Marcos, and many other competitive teams across California.
The past two seasons we have earned the first playoff seed and competed for the championship. Our goal for the 2019-2020 season is to win a conference championship make it back to Nationals! During the fall, winter, and spring, the team practices three to four days a week; at night in order to avoid class conflicts. In season, games are 1-2 times a week either on weeknights or weekends. During the summer season, the team hosts a league that all players are encouraged to join to continue working on their skill for the following season.
Tryouts for the 2019-2020 seasons will take place throughout Weeks 1-2 of Fall quarter on Muir field. Look for us tabling Week 0 on Library Walk and near RIMAC. Feel free to email us any further questions about tryout dates and the practice schedule.
NEWS AND RESULTS
Despite the appearance of “Dirty J” Jonathan Chan, the Triton Lacrosse Alumni came up winless this past Saturday against the current team. Read More>
Your Tritons brought the juice on Saturday and sent Long Beach State back to LA with a decisive 14-4 loss. This win ended a four year long losing streak against The Beach, and secured the Tritons a spot in the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference (SLC) playoffs. Read More>
Your Tritons are back! UC San Diego Men’s Lacrosse opens up conference play by dominating UC Irvine 17-6. UC San Diego plays within the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference of the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association in the southern divide (SLC South - MCLA D2). The Tritons need to Read More>
The UC San Diego Men’s Lacrosse team unfortunately continued their losing streak with a stunning loss to MSU Denver 4-5 in overtime. The Triton roster has been thinned by injury and illness over the past week. Yet this squad still had all of the tools to win this game against the Roadrunners from the Mile High City.Read More>