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Photo by: Jimmy Gekas/Sideline Studios
King Triton, mascot extraordinaire for the UC San Diego athletic programs.
UCSD Mascot - King Triton
Release: Tuesday 09/06/2005 
by UCSD

Nickname Origination
Given UC San Diego’s close proximity to the Pacific Ocean and its connections with the Scripps Institute of Oceanography, the nickname of the Tritons became an appropriate one in 1964. The Triton is described as the son of Poseidon and Amphitrite who is a demigod of the sea with lower part of the body like that of a fish. It is known as a mighty and fierce sea warrior.

Interested in Being King Triton?
Please contact Nick Feller via email at nfeller@ucsd.edu or by phone at (858)534-2508 for more information.

 

Saturday, February 25
M Rowing vs. San Diego City Championships
7:00 AM
Mission Bay
M Golf at Day Two
7:30 AM
Vallejo (Hiddenbrooke)
Track & Field at Mangrum Invitational
11:00 AM
San Marcos
Baseball at Cal State San Marcos
11:00 AM
San Marcos
W Tennis at Cal State LA
11:00 AM
Los Angeles
W Water Polo at San Diego State
11:45 AM
Irvine
Softball at Cal State San Bernardino
12:00 PM
San Bernardino
Softball at Cal State San Bernardino
2:00 PM
San Bernardino
Baseball at Cal State San Marcos
2:30 PM
San Marcos
M Volleyball vs. UCLA
7:00 PM
UC San Diego
Sunday, February 26
W Water Polo at TBD
TBA
Irvine
M Tennis vs. Sonoma State
10:00 AM
UC San Diego
Tuesday, February 28
W Tennis vs. Concordia
2:00 PM
UC San Diego
W Basketball vs. TBD (quarterfinals)
5:30 PM
UC San Diego
Men's Basketball vs. TBD (quarterfinals)
7:30 PM
UC San Diego
Diversity and Inclusion
Hall of Fame (Middle Right AD)