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Despite Lack of Media Attention, Retooled Kings Poised to Make Noise in West

The Kings made a myriad of shrewd signings to provide the team with the talent and depth necessary to compete in a loaded western conference.
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Houston, We Have a Problem: In Defense of Chris Paul

Chris Paul is unfairly being blamed for his deteriorating relationship with James Harden
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Steppin’ Up on the Big Stage: Eric Yang and Hope Bender Take Home ‘Nexus’ Players of the Year

Both Yang and Bender excelled this season, leading their respective teams to success.
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Behind the Scenes, Ortiz Thrives as Undergraduate Analytics Manager

Acting as the undergraduate analytics manager for the baseball team, Ortiz has played a vital role in the baseball team's success
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After Subpar 2018, Yang Leads Gauchos to Postseason

Yang leads the team with a .383 batting average, and was recently named the Big West Field Player of the Year.
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Electronic Artist Flying Lotus Continues to Evolve His Sound

Five years after the critically-acclaimed album You’re Dead!, Flying Lotus (FlyLo) returns once again with one of the most ambitious albums in recent memory.
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Multiple Gauchos Take Home Conference Accolades

For the second season in a row senior Nicolas Moreno De Alboran was named the Big West Player of the Year
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UCSB Aims For Fifth Consecutive Big West Title

If Santa Barbara can win the conference tournament this year, it will be their 12th conference tournament title under Davis in his 19 years as coach
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The Breanna Stewart Tragedy

I am personally responsible for Breanna Stewart tearing her Achilles over the weekend in the EuroLeague title game. No, I wasn’t guarding Stewart when the injury occurred. In fact, I wasn’t even i...
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Top-Seeded Gauchos Look to Win Conference Tournament, Clinch Postseason Berth

Now the winner of four consecutive matches, Santa Barbara heads into the Big West tournament with confidence and momentum on their side.
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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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