Already one of the top NCAA Division II programs in the country, UC San Diego Athletics is moving rapidly into a new era of advancement and expansion. Yet, the continued success of the program is dependent on your support.
For the first time in UC San Diego history, the campus is able to fundraise for athletic scholarships and offer prospective high-merit student-athletes scholarships that will help make it possible for them to attend UC San Diego. Join us as part of this groundbreaking opportunity that will help attract the best and brightest—and take UC San Diego Athletics to the next level.
The National Collegiate Scouting Association’s Collegiate Power Rankings has repeatedly placed UC San Diego first in Division II. Your support of the Triton Athletic Fund will help meet the greatest needs of the program. You can also designate your gift to champion any of our 23 men’s and women’s teams.
UC San Diego is currently fundraising to build a new Athletic Performance Center, which will feature a strength and conditioning area, outdoor performance plaza, hydrotherapy room and more for student-athletes. Currently, strength-training equipment at RIMAC is shared by the entire student body, with space at times reserved for student-athletes; the new space will benefit the entire student population with improved access to weight-training equipment. Join UC San Diego alumni, parents and friends in supporting this much needed facility, and help us enhance the student-athlete experience. Read about Dean Spanos’ gift to the project here.
UC San Diego boasts one of the country’s top NCAA Division II baseball programs. Join us in building a new, cutting-edge Triton Ballpark that will match our student-athletes’ motivation and talents.
Personally named Athletics endowments may also be created by contacting Diana Barnard at email@example.com or (858) 534-3540.
With the support of generous alumni, parents, community leaders and friends, UC San Diego Athletics can continue on its upward trajectory of excellence in both athletics and academics.
UC San Diego broke ground on Triton Ballpark, made possible by donors including Bill Scripps, Gary Jacobs ’79, John Moores, Malin Burnham and Richard Atkinson.
For the first time, UC San Diego will offer prospective high-merit student-athletes athletic scholarships that are significant enough to help cover tuition and educational costs.
Chargers president Dean Spanos has pledged $500,000 to establish the Alex G. Spanos Athletic Performance Center at UC San Diego.
If you have questions or would like assistance with your gift, please contact Diana Barnard at (858) 534-3540 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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