La Jolla, California -  The No. 12 University of California San Diego baseball program is in the Bay Area this weekend for another four-game California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) series, against Sonoma State (8-6, 4-4 CCAA). The fifth-place Tritons (11-6, 7-5 CCAA) will open the series at Seawolf Diamond in Rohnert Park on Friday, March 9, at 2 p.m.

The teams will contest an 11 a.m. doubleheader on Saturday, March 10, with the nightcap of the shortened seven-inning variety, with about a 40-minute gap in between games. Sunday's series finale is also set for an 11 a.m. start. Attendance is free all weekend at Seawolf Diamond. The Tritons are 3-2 on the road in 2018. This series continues a season-long 10-game road stretch for UCSD. It will also mark the first of three regular-season Northern California trips for the Tritons, with a hopeful return in May for the CCAA Championship.

General admission tickets to all regular-season home dates at Triton Ballpark are $5, whether a single game or doubleheader. UC San Diego students are admitted FREE with valid identification. Dogs and other pets are not allowed, nor are coolers. Bullseye Kettle Corn is on site for all home contests, with the menu featuring hot dogs, nachos, and of course, kettle corn, among other snacks, as well as both cold and hot beverages, like coffee, tea and hot chocolate.

Parking on the UCSD campus is free on weekends, but a permit is required for weeknight contests. They can be purchased at the machine near the entrance to the Triton Ballpark parking lot. Please be aware of the danger of foul balls to your vehicle when parking. Overflow parking is available adjacent to the aquatics facility (across freeway bridge), or in the opposite direction, further down Voigt Drive and well beyond the right field wall and trolley construction site.