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Balboa Park: "Do you fancy photography, folk art or fossils? Are you crazy about cars, trains and planes? Or mad about Old Masters and maybe mummies? Batty for baseball? Or do you just get a kick out of critters like koalas and kangaroos? You can explore all these wonders and more in beautiful Balboa Park, the largest cultural complex west of the Mississippi."
Beaches: If "life's a beach," then San Diego County is the place to experience it to the fullest, with 70 miles of sand and sea stretching from Oceanside at the north of the County, to Imperial Beach close to the Mexican border. Within those limits lie more than 33 beaches, each with a look and personality all its own. There's a beach for the surfer, the snorkeler, the sightseer, the shopper, the sunbather and the swimmer.
Mexico: San Diego is situated thirty minutes north of the international border. A short car ride or trolley trip will put you in festive Tijuana. Here, you can explore the colorful shops and bazaars, try to strike a few bargains and enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine.
Legoland: LEGOLAND® California is built for Real Family Fun with more than 50 rides, shows and attractions for the whole family to enjoy. Our park is specifically geared towards children ages 2-12. It's limitless fun.
San Diego Zoo: 4,000 rare and endangered birds, mammals, reptiles; 6,500 varieties of exotic plants. Features Ituri Forest, Giant Pandas, Polar Bear Plunge. Open daily.
Sea World: Take your family below the surface, above the waves and beyond your expectations at SeaWorld® San Diego. Where you can touch and feed dolphins, count the teeth on a shark and get up-close and inside of R.L. Stine's Haunted Lighthouse 4-D. Meet Shamu®, the regal prince of the deep. Ride a mythical rush through uncharted waters on the Journey To Atlantis® water coaster. And, new for 2006, experience Shamu® in an all-new way. Shamu's majestic dignity and silent strength invite you to experience the unfathomable wonder and mystery of undersea life.
Nightlife: San Diego's exciting nightlife will keep you dancing until the wee hours of the morning. Explore Downtown's Gaslamp district, eclectic Hillcrest, or the bustling beach communities for hours of evening fun. From casual seaside nightspots to upscale dance clubs you'll find what you're looking for in San Diego County.
Qualcomm Stadium: Come watch the San Diego Chargers play at the action packed Qualcomm Stadium.
Petco Park: PETCO Park is spectacular in every way, combining the best sight lines in baseball with breathtaking views of San Diego. Innovative design features evoke the timeless traditions of baseball in an intimate setting, with state-of-the-art fan amenities to suit every taste and budget.
Neighboring Cities: Coronado, "The Crowned City," is the queen of San Diego's neighborhoods. Visit the beautiful beaches or Historic Hotel Del Coronado. La Jolla, one of San Diego's first neighborhoods to be settled, visit the pristine ocean and Birch Aquarium. Downtown San Diego, downtown San Diego has it all: soaring skyscrapers bustling with big business, old turn-of-the-century buildings housing trendy new nightclubs, and peaceful parks perfect for a short stroll or a relaxing rest. Old Town/Mission Valley, It's literally the center of town, where all roads in San Diego lead. Don't miss a chance to shop at world renowned "Fashion Valley" located just 2 miles from USD campus. Pacific Beach, Down by the Boardwalk, down by the sea, in the coastal communities of Pacific Beach and Mission Beach, you'll find the stereotypical California Dream alive and well. Point Loma, up on the Point are beautiful, multi-million dollar mansions. On the Ocean Beach side, surf pounds the rugged coastline, while the Harbor side is a safe haven for yachts.
Women's Basketball: WCC Hoops Tip-Off
Coach Fisher and Maya Hood attend media day in Las Vegas
Men's Basketball: New Heights
Men's basketball celebrates the third era of the program
Alumni and family gathered together for an eventful Homecoming weekend
Torero Timeout with Kristen Gengenbacher
Take a Timeout with the senior setter at her house in South Mission Beach
Football: Week Seven
Football preps for this Saturday's Homecoming game
Torero Timeout with Jonathan Petersen
USD Football's Petersen strolls through Belmont Park during his bye week
USD Basketball: Practice No. 1
Check out what practice looks like for the Torero ballers
Football: Week Five
Toreros prep for big game against Dayton
Football: FaceTime with Lion's Jamal Agnew
USD Head Coach Dale Lindsey congratulates Torero alum Agnew on his first NFL touchdown
Football: Brian Fogarty PFL Classic
From tailgates to touchdowns, we got it all
Football: Week Four
Hard work follows these Toreros on and off the field
Cross Country: USD Invite
Missed Saturday's race? Don't stress, we have it right here
Football: Week Three
Sights and sounds of USD Football at work
USD Invite: Take a Lap
Men's and women's cross country host the USD Invite: the only home race for the Toreros
Football: Week Two
Football hard at work for their first away game at UC Davis
Three Games - One Day
Ole Weekend was one to remember for USD Athletics
Football: Week One
Toreros preps for their home opener against Western New Mexico
2017 Football Season Preview
Head Coach Dale Lindsey and Senior Ray Clark discuss upcoming season
USD Athletics Highlight Video 2016-17
Don't miss the best highlights from this past year in USD Athletics