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Want to play competetive lacrosse for a nationally ranked university that boasts one of the most beautiful campuses in the United States? If so, the University of San Diego may be the place for you. Read on to learn how to become a Torero.

I want to play lacrosse at USD what is the best way to start the recruiting process?
The best way to start is by filling out the recruiting questionnaire on our website.

What recruiting events does the coach typically attend?
We usually attend any major event in Southern California

How often does your team practice and for how many hours (Fall and Spring)?
We practice three days a week in the fall and spring. 6 hours total

What about off the field conditioning?
We lift about three days a week

How many games do you play per year?
Between 12 and 15

Does your team travel out of town (Fall and Spring)?
We usually have two trips outside of So Cal in the Spring.

Any other commitments like fund raising or community service?
All players are required to participate in both.

Does the lacrosse coach have any influence on the admissions process?
Unfortunately, no.

In general, what are the minimum academic standards at your school?
We are around a 3.8 gpa. The average applicant to USD has over a 4.0 gpa.

What are the three best things about playing lacrosse at USD?
The family like atmosphere on the team, our competitiveness, and smaller roster size. This gives everyone a shot to contribute right away.

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