Jenny Craig Pavilion

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Jenny Craig Pavilion
Slim Gym
Jenny Craig Pavilion exterior (2007)
Location San Diego, California
Public transit Morena/Linda Vista Station
Owner University of San Diego
Operator University of San Diego
Capacity 5,100
Surface Hardwood
Broke ground May 6, 1999[1]
Opened October 5, 2000
Construction cost $17.5 Million
Architect Mosher, Drew, Watson & Ferguson[2]
Cannon Design[3]
Structural engineer Burkett & Wong Engineers
General contractor Sundt Construction[4]
University of San Diego
(NCAA Sports)

Jenny Craig Pavilion (JCP) is a 5,100 seat, multi-purpose arena, built in 2000 in San Diego, California, on the campus of the University of San Diego. It was named for weight-loss entrepreneur Jenny Craig. The Pavilion is sometimes affectionately known as the "Slim Gym", a punning reference to the weight-loss program founded by its namesake. It is the home of the University of San Diego Toreros men's and women's basketball and volleyball teams.[5] Besides basketball, the Jenny Craig Pavilion is also used for many other campus and community events and concerts.

Interior 2007

From 2001-2003, the arena was the site of the West Coast Conference men's basketball tournament, and hosted the tournament again in 2008.


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Coordinates: 32°46′28″N 117°11′01″W / 32.774482°N 117.183694°W / 32.774482; -117.183694