Register to Receive More Information About Season Tickets for 2019-20
LA JOLLA, Calif. - History was made this year at RIMAC Arena and, building on that momentum, for the first time ever UC San Diego will sell men’s and women’s basketball season tickets to watch the Tritons in action.
Beginning with the 2019-20 season, the program's last as a member of NCAA Division II, season tickets will offer UC San Diego fans the best way to watch the Tritons as both programs look to take advantage of experience squads to compete for a national title.
In addition to tickets to every game, season ticket holders will also receive priority location and purchasing for the 2020-21 season, UC San Diego’s first year competing in the Big West Conference at the Division I level.
Looking for access to savings and benefits for the 2019-20 season and beyond? Please click on the link below and sign up to be among the first to receive details for next year’s season ticket experience.
More about UC San Diego Men’s and Women’s Basketball
The UC San Diego women’s basketball team won 30-consecutive games to begin the season, before suffering a loss in the NCAA Division II West Region semifinal at RIMAC Arena on Saturday night.
The Tritons’ (30-1, 27-0) season was highlighted by winning the program’s first California Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament championship since 2012-13, and also claiming the conference regular-season title for the fourth-straight year.
UC San Diego hosted the NCAA Division II West Regional for first time since 2012 and finished the regular season as one of only two remaining undefeated teams in the country. Junior forward Mikayla Williams was named to the Division II Conference Commissioners Association All-West Region First Team.
The UC San Diego men’s basketball team (26-7, 17-5) concluded the season with a loss to sixth-ranked Point Loma in the NCAA Division II West Regional semifinal on Saturday.
The Tritons’ strong season included the team's third-straight CCAA Tournament championship and its second conference regular season title. Redshirt junior center Chris Hansen was named the CCAA Player of the Year and a D2CCA All-West Region First Team selection. Senior guard Christian Bayne and redshirt freshman guard Tyrell Roberts joined Hansen on the All-CCAA First Team.
More About Division I and the Big West Conference
UC San Diego announced it accepted an invitation to join the Big West Conference and would begin the process to transition to NCAA Division I athletics on Nov. 27, 2017. The student body voted in favor of a move to Division I status during a referendum in 2016, while the move was also endorsed by the UC San Diego Academic Senate. In summer 2020, UC San Diego will join CSU Bakersfield as the newest members of the league. A total of 16 of UC San Diego's 23 intercollegiate athletics teams will compete in the Big West and will be eligible for full postseason competition in 2024, following a 4-year reclassification period.
More about RIMAC Arena
RIMAC Arena, the Triton athletic program’s centerpiece facility completed its first significant renovation in its nearly 24-year existence in September of 2018. The project modernized the arena, improves training and competition facilities for Triton student-athletes and provides fans with a first-class live event experience.
Designed by architectural firm NBBJ and constructed by Turner Construction Company, the renovation included new retractable seating, modern glass railings, a VIP skybox that accommodates approximately 125 guests and new Spaulding basket standards. The arena’s most noticeable new features include the addition of a 50’ wide Daktronics digital video display and scoreboard that span the facility’s south end as well as state-of-the-art courtside LED scorer’s tables.