|San Diego Toreros|
|University||University of San Diego|
|Conference||West Coast Conference, Pioneer Football League|
|NCAA||Division I (FCS)|
|Athletic director||Bill McGillis|
|Location||San Diego, California|
|Football stadium||Torero Stadium|
|Basketball arena||Jenny Craig Pavilion|
|Baseball stadium||Fowler Park|
|Colors||Navy, white, and Toreros blue |
The San Diego Toreros are the 17 teams representing the University of San Diego of San Diego, California in intercollegiate athletics. The Toreros compete in NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and are members of the West Coast Conference for most sports.
|Men's sports||Women's sports|
|Rowing||Swimming and diving|
|Tennis||Outdoor track and field|
Louise Lieberman has been the San Diego Toreros women soccer team's head coach since 2017, when she was hired as the fourth coach in team history.
|NCAA||Division I||Women's Tennis||1999||Singles||Zuzana Lešenarová||–|
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