Sporting Events in Oceanside

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SoCal Pro Wrestling's muscled warriors will soon invade the Boys & Girls Club in Oceanside to battle it out in the ring. The evening's bouts feature a gravity-defying tables and ladders match that pits the Tag Team Champions Anchors Away team to take on Big Duke, Tommy Wilson and Ricky Mandel. Before the dust settles, The New Age Punisher B-Boy will challenge Sebastian Cruz and SoCal Crazy takes on Andre Machievski. Six total matches will take place as well as a raffle.

401 Country Club Ln
Oceanside,
CA
US

The San Diego Derby Dolls are the nations first hybrid league of both banked track (the inclined surface) and flat track (on the ground) roller derby.

2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd
Del Mar,
CA
US

Founded in June 2009, South Coast Roller Derby is South Orange County’s only quad-skating roller derby league. SCRD is an all-female, flat track league run by a volunteer force of skaters and league members committed to promoting and raising awareness for women's roller derby that is run “by the skaters, for the skaters”. A

2 Via Positiva
San Juan Capistrano,
CA
US

Swing Away Baseball Training Center's head coach, Taylor George, knows what it takes to get drafted into the big leagues. After all, he was drafted himself—twice. The Tampa Bay Rays selected George right out of high school, but he opted instead to play college ball at Cypress College, where he excelled enough to get picked up by the New York Mets after his sophomore season.

At Swing Away, George shares his innate understanding of the game with youngsters who might also have major-league goals. He helps his students improve their mechanics for hitting and pitching, and he also works with them to develop the strategic thinking it takes to run the base paths or trap a cat in a game of pickle. Athletes as young as 4 can take cuts inside the facility's batting cages or work on their velocity inside one of two pitching tunnels.

25763 Jefferson Ave
Murrieta,
CA
US

The Farmers Insurance Open is held at the Torrey Pines Golf Course each year in February. The tournament allows ordinary players to team up with PGA pros to play golf at Torrey Pines, which has been called a highly challenging course. The golf tournament supports numerous charities with the money earned from ticket sales and proceeds from players. They were able to generate almost $3 million dollars in 2014, which was given to charitable organizations. Volunteers are welcome to apply and the Farmers Insurance Open utilizes the time and skills of hundreds of volunteers each year to make the tournament a huge success. Ticket prices are listed on the website but do go up the closer it gets to the time of the tournament. The Farmers Open is grateful for all the partner businesses who donate their goods and services to make the event successful. These include area restaurants and other businesses. Companies are encouraged to utilize the Open for advertising and branding opportunities.

11480 North Torrey Pines Road
San Diego,
CA
US

With 8,800 square feet of dedicated baseball- and softball-practice space, Brickyard Cages gives ballplayers room to improve bat speed and train their eyes. Sluggers choose from six batting cage tunnels outfitted with Iron Mike pitching machines, which can be adjusted by speed and any pitch type that doesn't require human saliva. A staff of experienced players and instructors presides over every crack of the bat and slap of the catcher's mitt, offering year-round lessons to groups and individuals.

5355 Grant St.
San Diego,
CA
US