Lacrosse – W

The UCSD Women’s Lacrosse team is a Division II club team that competes against universities around the west coast in pursuit for the Division II WCLA Championship title. As a part of the Southern Conference for the Western Women’s Lacrosse League, we go head to head against universities like UC Irvine, Northern Arizona University, CSU San Marcos, and more. We are a group of intelligent and motivated young women, who strive to be their best in the classroom and on the lacrosse field. We foster the values of accountability, discipline, the love for the game, and respect for each other. Joining our team require no previous lacrosse experience! Whether you have played lacrosse for 6+ years, or are picking up a stick for the first time, we welcome anybody to who’s interested to come check out our practices! Many girls have come into our program having no previous experience, and they have excelled tremendously as a result of their hard work throughout the season. The UCSD Women’s Lacrosse program has been working hard to establish its presence here on the West Coast. In the 2013-2014 season, the Triton Lady Laxers went undefeated and were crowned the Division II WWLL Southern Champions. During our most recent 2016-2017 season, the Tritons climbed the national rankings, and ended the year ranking 9th out of all DII club lacrosse programs in the nation. We are excited to continue our success to make UCSD a force to be reckoned with in the lacrosse world. Aside from focusing on what happens on the field, community outreach is a major tenet of our program. The UCSD Women’s Lacrosse team participates in multiple community service events throughout the season. In the past we have run lacrosse clinics at numerous local junior high and high schools as well as working at fundraisers for Alzheimer’s and Epilepsy research. Our Fall Ball season begins at the beginning of the school year and runs until winter break. The regular season then kicks off in January, where we compete against teams in hopes of earning a bid to Playoffs and Nationals in April and May respectively. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have, and stay tuned for future opportunities to come out and learn more about our program!


UC San Diego Triton to Compete in Women’s Lacrosse World Cup

Since its humble beginnings as an indigenous sport of the Native Americans, lacrosse has exploded both in the United States and internationally. The sport, distinct in the fact that players pass and shoot in addition to other movements with a netted racquet, has two versions, the men’s and the women’s game. Two distinct differences between Read More >

UCSD Women’s LAX takes on CSU Long Beach

This past Saturday the UCSD Women’s Lacrosse Team came back from a tough loss against Concordia the week before with an amazing win against CSU Long Beach (15-8). The Tritons were quite upset after their close game with Concordia and their low rankings in their division. The game boasted multiple outstanding performances, spread around the Read More >

Wake up call for the Tritons

Last Saturday, February 25th, the Tritons faced off against the current #1 team in their league. Determined to make their presence known, UC San Diego tied up the game by half time at 5-5. Danielle Viviani, Demi Greiner (assisted by Michaela Juels), Michaela Juels, Nicole Goodwin, and Janet Gleason (assisted by Shivani Das) all scored Read More >

UCSD Women’s Lacrosse Prevails Over CSU San Marcos in Opening Game

This past Friday the UCSD Women’s Lacrosse Team had their first season opener against CSU San Marcos. From the start, the game went back and forth with goals being exchanged between UCSD and San Marcos in a pattern that would follow until halftime. At the beginning of the second half, San Marcos pulled ahead by Read More >

Tritons win Their Season Opener

This past Friday, February 3rd, the UC San Diego Women’s Lacrosse Team had their first season opener against CSU San Marcos. The game went back and forth with a goal from UC San Diego followed by another by San Marcos. Goals in the first half from Janet Gleason, Nicole Goodwin, Demi Greiner, Danielle Viviani and Read More >


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