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Padres Promote Tatis Jr., Change Landscape of Baseball

In a city that craves so desperately a winner (or at least a competitive team) general manager A.J. Preller opted to change the entire dynamic of baseball by bringing up Fernando Tatis Jr. for opening...
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Despite Strong Start, UCSB Falls to No.1 Long Beach State

In front of a packed and raucous home crowd on Friday, Santa Barbara took the first set off of defending national champions LBSU before dropping the next three sets en-route to a 3-1 defeat at the han...
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Gauchos Fall Short in Big West Tournament Opener

For the Gauchos, Tuesday’s loss marks the end of a volatile season filled with struggles, especially on the offensive end.
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UCSB Hopes to Defy Odds Heading Into Big West Tournament

The Gauchos fought hard to qualify for the Big West Tourney with a solid last month of regular season play, but they'll have to bring their A-game against UCI if they hope to make a deep run.
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UCSB Aims To Upset Davis in Regular Season Finale

A good performance on Saturday would do wonders for the Gauchos’ confidence heading into the conference tournament.
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UCSB Knocks Off Mustangs in Biggest Game of Season

The Gauchos victory propels them above Cal Poly in the standings with only two games to go
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UCSB Offense Stalls in Road Loss to Long Beach

With a 62-53 loss to Long Beach State on Saturday night, the Gauchos drop back into the race for last place in the conference.
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UCSB Looks to Keep Momentum Against Fullerton, LBSU

Against the two teams directly above them in the standings, Santa Barbara can make up serious ground this week in conference play.
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NBA Media Circus Seeks Views, Ignores Truth About Stars

The media's job is not to speculate, to make up rumors or act like they're coming from a verified source
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Gauchos Return Home, Look To Get Season Back on Track

Although they currently sit in last place in the conference, the Gauchos still have a chance to qualify for the Big West tournament. They'll need to get wins against two tough opponents in Davis and C...
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Max Heidegger Leads Gauchos to Solid Win Over CSUN

Max Heidegger had his first signature performance of the year, as his 26 points guided the Gauchos to a 70-64 victory over the Matadors.
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Gauchos Continue Four-Game Skid With Loss to UCR

After a tough 73-60 lose to the UC Riverside Highlanders, UCSB now sits in last place in the Big West and will need a big push to make it to postseason play.
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Gauchos Offense Stalls in 47-35 Loss to Hawaii

Despite an impressive defensive showing from the UCSB women’s basketball team, the Gauchos dropped their second straight game on Saturday, falling to Hawaii 47-35.
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Gauchos Seek First Consecutive Wins of the Season

Following Santa Barbara’s home victory over Long Beach State, the Gauchos find themselves only one and a half games behind first place in the conference. With home games this week against Cal State ...
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UCSB Drops Blue-Green Rivalry Game, Sits in Last Place in Big West

Coco Miller dropped a career-high 33 points, yet the Gauchos couldn't pick up their first Big West win of the year as they lost 75-67 to the Cal Poly Mustangs.
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