The UCSD Ski & Snowboard team is a competitive team that competes against other colleges in southern California. The league we compete in is the Southern California Collegiate Snowsport Conference (SCCSC). SCCSC can be reached on the internet at . The colleges in this league are UCSD, SDSU, UCLA, UCSB, Cal State Long Beach, Cal State Fullerton, Cal Poly Pomona, LMU, & USC. Our league is directly affiliated with the USCSA (United States Collegiate Snowsport Association) and can be reached on the internet at We have six SCCSC competitions at Mammoth Mountain, about a 7 hour van ride from UCSD. There is also potential for the racers to qualify for Regionals at Diamond Peak in Tahoe and Nationals at Winter Park, CO. The competitions include Giant Slalom, Slalom, Boarder/Skier Cross, Halfpipe, & Slopestlye. The team rents a house for the winter season up in Mammoth Lakes, the ski resort town surrounding Mammoth Mountain. Mammoth Mountain is the largest ski resort in California and has a wide variety of terrain from beginner to extreme skiing. Mammoth Mountain can be reached at We are a recreation team at UCSD and that means that we do compete on a regular basis, however, since this is a snowsport team, it is difficult to practice any of the finer points of skiing/snowboarding. The seriousness of our league is whatever you want to make of it. This is a great way to start racing if you have never done it before. It is also a way for those of you who have previously raced and want to continue doing what you love throughout your college years.


Dec 27-31 Snow and Ski

Mammoth Mt. was Lit   UC San Diego truly set the bar high in the first race of the season at Mammoth Mt. over Winter Break! Long time racer and mountain-lover Joseph Breuer killed the competition with 1st in Giant Slalom (GS) and Simone Klein, the team’s favorite med student, flew in with 2nd in Read More >

Jan 9-10 Snow and Ski

Shredding the Fresh Pow   This season is turning out to be awesome so far for the Ski and Snowboard Team at UC San Diego! With 4-5 feet of fresh pow to shred and find in them trees, Race 2 of 5 turned out well for the team and especially for one of the best Read More >


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