Gauchos Travel to USC for Evening Game

After a disappointing series at Long Beach State over the weekend, the UCSB baseball team will once again travel south in the hopes of snapping a three-game losing streak this evening against USC. The Gauchos are currently 3-2 in non-conference, solo-game series this year. “It’s getting down to the last third of the season,” senior […]

Gauchos Drop Three Games at Long Beach

The UCSB baseball team finished the weekend on the wrong side of a three-game sweep against Long Beach State. The Gauchos fell in all three games over the course of the weekend by scores of 6-3, 5-4 and 4-3, all of which were played on the road at Cal State Long Beach. With the losses, […]

Gauchos Host Cal Poly At Home Today

Green meets blue today at Caesar Uyesaka Stadium, when the Cal Poly baseball team visits UCSB for a solo game, nonconference series. It will be the first of two series meetings between the two teams this year, but will not count toward either team’s Big West record. “You can only have a certain amount of […]

Gauchos Tame Matadors in Series Opener

A windy day provided UCSB’s bats with some added power during an 11-1 rout of Cal State Northridge yesterday at Caesar Uyesaka stadium. It was the first of a three-game series between UCSB and CSUN that will continue through tomorrow afternoon. The win gives the Gauchos their third victory in the Big West Conference against […]

Gauchos Fall to CSU Bakersfield 8-2

A long-awaited rematch quickly turned into a disappointing loss yesterday at Caesar Uyesaka stadium. The UCSB baseball team fell 8-2 to visiting Cal State Bakersfield, giving the Roadrunners their second road victory of the season, the first of which came on March 6 against the Gauchos. “The pitching they threw today was pretty good,” senior […]

Gauchos Face CSUB in Rematch

UCSB baseball returns from Spring Break with a 14-12 overall record and a 2-1 start in Big West Conference play. On Sunday, the Gauchos beat UC Riverside in the final game of a three-game series. UCSB took the home series 2-1 with winning scores of 5-3 and 3-1, and lost on Saturday 4-1. “That was […]

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Gauchos Advance to Second Round

The UCSB men’s basketball team hosted a party for three on Thursday afternoon at the Honda Center. Riding 10 three-pointers on the day at 47 percent shooting from behind the arc, the Gauchos beat University of the Pacific 72-52 in first round action of the Big West Conference tournament. With the win, No. 3 UCSB […]

Gauchos Face CSUB in Solo Game Series

UCSB’s disappointing 1-2 showing against Loyola Marymount University this past weekend will transition into a solo-game series against visiting Cal State Bakersfield today at Caesar Uyesaka Stadium. The Gauchos beat LMU in the second of the three-game series by a score of 10-2 but lost in the first (9-5) and second (7-5) games of the […]

UCSB Welcomes Loyola For Weekend Three-Game Series

The UCSB baseball team has the opportunity to increase its four-game win streak to seven this weekend when Loyola Marymount comes to town for a three-game series at Caesar Uyesaka Stadium. The Gauchos are returning from a 7-1 routing of Fresno State on the road last Tuesday. “We had as many hits [14] as we […]

Gauchos Travel to Fresno State Tonight

After a 3-0 sweep at San Jose State this past weekend, the UCSB baseball team finishes its road trip with a game against Fresno State this evening. The Gauchos outscored San Jose State 11-5 on the road and look forward to taking on a Fresno State team that has won four of five games at […]

Beneath the Mask – Kelsey Adrian

Sports Editor Brent Pella sits down with women’s senior guard Kelsey Adrian. Adrian, a member of the Canadian senior national team since age 16, has travelled the world while competing for national, collegiate and competitive teams throughout her career, and now brings a new knowledge of the game from overseas to the Thunderdome.    

Gauchos Travel North to Take on San Jose State

The UCSB baseball team will pack up the pine tar for a three-game road series against San Jose State this weekend. After dropping three of four games in a seven-error showing against No. 23 Oregon State last weekend, the Gauchos will look to reverse their fielding woes in what will be the first road series […]

Baseball Takes One of Four Vs. No. 23 Oregon State

Head Coach Andrew Checketts began his tenure as a Gaucho this past weekend when UCSB dropped three of four games in a three-day series against No. 23 Oregon State. The Gauchos were able to pull off a one-run victory in extra innings during the third game of the series and fell to the Beavers 7-3, […]

Baseball Opens Season Versus Oregon State

Head Coach Andrew Checketts will begin his future with the UCSB baseball program this weekend by welcoming pieces of his past to Caesar Uyesaka Stadium. The Gauchos will face Oregon State in a three-game series over the course of the weekend — a Beaver squad that is run by two of Checketts’ former coaches. “I […]

Audacious Author Reveals All

His name is Tucker Max, and he is an asshole.   The man whose stories are too terrible for your mother’s eyes, yet too hilarious for her not to love, has recently published his third and final book in a trilogy of tales that have caused protests, lawsuits and spawned a new generation of literature […]