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Muggy Music City Triathlon: UCSB Captures 8th

The UCSB Triathlon club team competed in the National Triathlon Championship last weekend at Memphis, Tennessee, and turned a hop, skip and a jump into an eighth place finish at the prestigious event.
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Christensen Embarks Today for WNBA Player Orientation in Chicago

All great stories must eventually end, but for Kayte Christensen, another chapter in her book is about to be written.
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UCSB to Chicago to WNBA?

For Kayte Christensen, the goal of reaching the peak will no longer be a fantasy. The former UCSB women's basketball forward and 88 other college seniors from around the country participated in the WN...
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Sports Column: Timberwolves Will Doom Lakerdom

This year's playoffs will be the like taking a deep breath inside a new car - it smells fresh, but inhale too often in and you'll have a bigger headache than a delusional Dodger fan.
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UCSB Men’s Basketball Sneak Peek at 2003 Season: Gauchos in Sweet Sixteen?

Junior forward Mark Hull drained six three-point buckets against Arizona in the first half of the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
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Appelbaum on Sports: Little-Big Men Think Small

What was Donald Little thinking? The 6'11" junior center for the University of Cincinnati is in jail for allegedly kidnapping, beating and burning his roommate, Justin Hodge, according to a report fro...
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Gauchos Dance in Duke City

The scene: The Pit in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Rounds one and two of the NCAA Basketball Tournament on March 14-16. The UCSB men's basketball team was scrounging around somewhere.
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Gauchos Pass First Round

The UCSB women's basketball team survived an early 7-3 Cal State Fullerton lead and a late 13-3 Titan run to hold on for a 73-62 win Wednesday evening at the Anaheim Convention Center.
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Gauchos Pull Away From Highlanders

The Gauchos pulled away from Riverside in the final four minutes for a 80-58 victory Saturday night at the Thunderdome to send senior centers Adama Ndiaye and Mike Vukovich out on a winning note.
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Adama Ndiaye, Mike Vukovich End Home Careers as Gauchos on Saturday

Going into their last weekend of basketball at the Thunderdome, fifth-year senior centers Adama Ndiaye and Mike Vukovich are ready to put a turbulent season behind them for the chance to win before th...
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Irvine Sink UCSB With Late Game Heroics

Green punched home three of four free throws in the waning moments to help the Anteaters gut out a 71-67 win Saturday night at the Bren Center.
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Santa Barbara Chokes in Loss at Pyramid

Run 'n' Gun might have worked for former Big West members UNLV in the early 1990s, but that strategy didn't work for the UCSB men's basketball team last night.
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UCSB Rips Cal Poly

The Gauchos overcame deficits of 10 points in the first half and nine points in the second frame to oust the Mustangs 69-66 behind a game-ending 17-5 run Saturday night at the Thunderdome.
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UCSB Gears Up for ‘Stangs

The UCSB men's basketball team will lock horns with Cal Poly Saturday night at 7 in the Thunderdome in a game where both squads must stick to the fast lane.
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Appelbaum on Sports: Trotters Dazzle T-dome

The Harlem Globetrotters made a quick pit stop while whistling past perennial pushovers the New York Nationals at Santa Barbara before a delighted T-dome crowd of over 2,600.
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