The UC San Diego Women’s Club Soccer Team is part of NIRSA Region VI: West Coast Soccer Association – Premier Central Division, which also includes UC Irvine, UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, and the University of Southern California.
Fall Quarter is the busiest time of year: league matches begin the week following tryouts and the team travels to Santa Barbara to participate in the UC Santa Barbara Invitational, in addition to other independently scheduled matches. Based on their league standing and NIRSA rankings, some teams are also invited to play in the Regional Tournament, from which they can qualify to participate in Nationals. During Winter Quarter, we compete against teams in Southern California, in addition to a weekend of round robin friendlies with schools in and around the Bay Area. Spring Quarter means Spring League and a variety of university sponsored tournaments, including UCLA’s Bruin Classic and the UCSD Invitational, a successful venture held jointly by the Men’s and Women’s club teams since 2009, which plays host to teams from across the nation.
Any ladies interested in becoming a part of the Women’s Club Soccer Team should please contact the captains at firstname.lastname@example.org. We currently have one team that rosters somewhere between twenty and twenty-four girls. Tryouts occur during Welcome Week (Week Zero), lasting three day in total. For more information, please click on the following link:
Women's soccer tryouts flyer
If you have any questions please contact the officers or find us on Facebook!
There is a fee to play for the women’s team that varies annually. In previous years, it has been approximately $500 to $600. Please bear in mind this amount is for the entire year, covering all manner of expenses, including but not limited to apparel, equipment, tournaments, hotels, gas, and referees. Please do not be discouraged if this seems to be financially inaccessible. We fundraise throughout the year to help subsidize costs and take pains to ensure no one is barred from playing due to purely monetary considerations.
Please don’t be shy and come on out! We’d love to make you part of our family.
NEWS AND RESULTS
UCSD Women’s Club soccer had their first home game this past Saturday, October 21st. The Tritons were set to face their rival school, San Diego State University. Seniors Madeline Woo and Kinsey Brillheart were honored before the game, and the team wore matching pink wrist bands to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month. Read More >>
UCSD Women’s club soccer faced their season opener against USD this past Saturday. The Triton’s were fresh off of 3 days of practice, but were excited to showcase their new players and ambitions for the upcoming season. With kickoff in the afternoon, and good weather in the forecast, the Triton’s were ready to take the field with optimism and confidence. Read More >>
This past Sunday the UCSD Women’s club soccer team faced off against USD for their last home game of the winter quarter. This game also celebrated the graduating seniors this year, Allison Lee, Elayna Osterman, Naomi Araujo, Roni Yonce, Roxy Victoria, and Aoife Noonan. Read More >>
This past Saturday, after a field change due to rainy weather conditions, the Tritons stepped onto the field eager to come out strong against their San Marcos opponents. Fortunately, the team was able to build momentum early on and quickly put on pressure. Read More >>
UCSD traveled up the coast this weekend to play CSU Long Beach in a thrilling game! The first half started off strong with two goals in the first ten minutes... Read More >>
UCSD women’s club soccer faced UCLA in their final game of fall quarter on November 5th. This was senior captain Erika Braun’s last game with the team due to her upcoming graduation. Read More >>
After a long 5 hour drive, the UCSD Women’s Club Team arrived at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo to take part in NIRSA’s Southwest Regionals Tournament. After their last two wins against SDSU and CSU Fullerton the weeks prior, the Tritons were ready to face the competition at hand. Read More >>
This past Saturday, October 15th, UCSD and SDSU women’s club soccer teams battled for a win that would either grant UCSD the chance to make it to regionals or not. As the teams gathered on the field, there was rain slowly coming down while thunder and lighting could be heard and seen in the distance. Read More >>
UCSD women's club soccer took on ASU women's club soccer at SDSU to start off their weekend of playing in the Aztec Cup. The field was slippery, but UCSD played through... Read More >>
Our UCSD Woman’s Soccer Club started the National Showcase off to a rough start by having to draw the first game against UC Riverside making their odds of making it out of the group stage an even harder task to accomplish. Read More >>
The date was April 3rd. It was a cold grey, windy Sunday night when UCSD’s women’s club soccer team faced off San Diego State University. Read More >>
To start off the busy soccer weekend, UCSD Women’s Club Soccer fought hard to come out of Saturday's game with a 3 - 1 win against CSUSM. Read More >>
Following a series of unfortunate events, UCSD women’s club soccer fell short in their game against Cal State Fullerton in a 7-1 loss. The series of unfortunate events started with a bang... Read More >>
UCSD women’s club soccer team took on local rival USD with the hopes of emerging with a win since last year’s tied scrimmage. In the first half, UCSD maintained the majority of possession with multiple breakaways and goal scoring opportunities from the forwards and midfielders. Read More >>
It was a beautiful day for the Women’s Club Soccer team’s first game of the spring season. As the sun set over the field, the team was ready to face off away against UC Irvine. Although the team was smaller than usual, they were feeling confident and excited to start the year on a positive note. Read More >>
This past Sunday, your UCSD Tritons faced hometown foe Cal State University San Marcos in a tough, rainy battle on Muir field. Read More >
Sunday, October 7th the mighty Tritons drove up to UCI to face off against the Anteaters. The game began at 12 o’clock sharp with both teams battling to gain possession of the ball. Within the first 10 minutes, the Anteaters snuck in a lucky shot against the Tritons making it a score of 0-1, UCI. Read More>