Achieving and sustaining competitive success in modern college athletics requires a substantial financial commitment. The need for resources is especially apparent for athletics programs that are dedicated to ensuring student-athletes thrive academically and in their personal development, and thus make investments in the appropriate student-athlete support systems. With this in mind, we have made several enhancements to our Team Aggie structure, which you will read about on this site. Most notably:
UPDATE: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony scheduled for March 30
To complete this state-of-the-art 65 meter pool is the addition of a Team Center to be built on the north side of the complex. This facility will provide offices for coaching staff and a multipurpose room for team meetings, student-athlete study hall, alumni gatherings, fundraising events, and tournament administration. In essence, the Team Center will complete the original vision of this tremendous aquatics destination.Learn More
The University of California, Davis, announced on November 15, 2018 that a new landmark student-athlete performance center will be built on campus to benefit its intercollegiate athletics teams and other campus programs.
The development of the new center and expansion of health care services in Davis is part of a renewed commitment to the health of UC Davis students and the Davis community overall. The UC Davis Student-Athlete Performance Center will include training facilities; a sports medicine center; a home for academic support and the Aggie EVO System; offices for multiple sport programs; and a multipurpose, natural grass practice field.Learn More
We are pleased to announce the newest initiative for UC Davis Athletics, named in honor of longtime administrator and pioneer of women's athletics, Marya Welch.
The purpose of the Marya Welch Initiative is to provide new, recurring, and comprehensive support for women's athletics at UC Davis. Additionally, we hope to raise awareness by recruiting and retaining members, increasing visibility for UC Davis's 14 NCAA women's sports, raising special project funds, and increasing participation at women's contests.Learn More