SAN DIEGO TOREROS FOOTBALL
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Team: San Diego Toreros
Division: NCAA Division I
Home Games: Torero Stadium
Head Coach: Dale Lindsey
Notable Past Players: Eric Bakhitiari, Michael Gasperson, Ross Dwelley
San Diego Toreros Football TicketsThe University of San Diego Toreros got a relatively late start in the college football scene, with its first kickoff occurring in 1956. Since then, the team has made a total of four playoff appearances, winning two Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) titles. Current head coach Dale Lindsey has been with the Toreros since 2013, shepherding the team to six Pioneer Football League championships during that time. A number of University of San Diego alumni have joined the NFL, including Erik Bakhitiari (the San Francisco 49ers), Josh Johnson (a two-time League Pioneer Offensive Player of the Year winner who would go on to play for the Detroit Lions) and John Matthews (the Indianapolis Colts). In recent years, the Toreros team has faced the North Dakota State Bison in two second-round playoff appearances. When it comes to college football, nothing beats the live experience. To join the crowds at Torero Stadium, visit StubHub today and secure your San Diego Toreros football tickets for the next exciting matchup.
How do I get San Diego Toreros football tickets?You can purchase tickets to a San Diego Toreros football game at StubHub. Be sure to check back frequently to see if there have been any changes to the lineup.
How much do San Diego Toreros football tickets cost?Tickets to a football game at Torero Stadium will typically cost about $20 apiece. You can expect the price for away games to vary slightly, depending on the venue.
What is a San Diego Toreros football game like?The first thing to know about Torero Stadium: It's hot. That shouldn't come as a surprise to residents of Southern California, but visitors should be forewarned. Since kickoff usually takes place at 2 pm, there's little to no shade, meaning that spectators should dress accordingly, and be sure to drink plenty of cold water. It's also a small venue, even by college football standards, with a capacity of just 6,000. This gives the games a cozy, small-town vibe, despite the fact that they're typically very well attended. The team's recent playoff appearances have intensified the team's popularity, so you can expect the stadium to be at capacity for most of the games.
What was the record for the San Diego Toreros Football team last year?The San Diego Toreros boasted an overall record of 9-3 for the 2018 season, with an impressive conference record of 8-0. The team also made it to the playoffs that season, but fell to the Nicholls Colonels, 30-49, in the first round.
What conference does the San Diego Toreros Football team play in?The San Diego Toreros currently play in the Pioneer Football League conference, where the team has celebrated 11 championships since 2005. Toreros joined the conference in 1993, and while some insiders have suggested that the team would do well to make a move to the Big Sky Conference instead, that roster is currently full with 12 teams in the rotation. It's therefore likely that the Toreros will remain with the Pioneer League for the time being.
What are the top games this year for the San Diego Toreros?The Toreros will kick off its regular season on August 31st by facing the Mustangs at Cal Poly, the home of one of the team's closest rivals—and the team Toreros beat in the first round of the 2016 playoffs. Expect both attendance and team spirit to be high for this initial game, on both sides of the stadium. In addition, the Toreros team is scheduled to face the Valparaiso Crusaders at home on October 19th for the Domestic Violence Awareness Game. While this matchup might not have been hotly anticipated in and of itself, the charitable aspect is likely to draw spectators who might not have been interested otherwise.
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