×
Menu

Gauchos Down Nevada 10-3 in Midweek Home Match

Coming off a disappointing series loss against CSUN on the road, the Gauchos bounced back by defeating a struggling Nevada team 10-3 at Caesar Uyesaka Stadium.
read more

Men’s Basketball Hires Arizona Coach Joe Pasternack for Head Coach Vacancy

This will be the New Orleans, La. native’s second chance at running a Division I program after serving as the head coach for the New Orleans Privateers.
read more

Breaking: Bob Williams Will Not Return as UCSB Men’s Basketball Head Coach

The university has not yet released the names of any potential candidates to replace Williams.
read more

Gauchos Sweep Tulane in First Three-Game Series at Home

Coming into this series with a 1-3 record, no one could’ve expected the fireworks put on by the UCSB baseball team in all facets of the game all culminating to a successful three-game sweep of Tulan...
read more

UCSB Set for Home Opener, Will Host Tulane University In Hopes of Resolving Offensive Issues After 1-3 Start

After rainy weather conditions offset home games for the UCSB baseball team, the Gauchos will finally make their home debut vs. Tulane.
read more

Gauchos Hope To Take Women’s Soccer Program To Another Level With New 2017 Recruting Class

It was a productive offseason for the UCSB women's soccer program as it looks to overcome another deflating finish despite a historic start to its 2016 campaign.
read more

Gauchos Drop 2-1 Decision at CSUB, Lose Third Straight Game

Offensive struggles continue being an issue for the UCSB baseball team losing 2-1 late last night against Cal State Bakersfield.
read more

UCSB Hopes To Recover From Disappointing Series at LMU, Faces CSUB on the Road

UCSB dropped from the national rankings after losing two of three at LMU, but will look to bounce back versus Cal State Bakersfield tonight.
read more

UCSB Captures First Place Finish at PRO Compression Invite

The Gauchos shot a solid 12-under par 852 en route to their second first place tournament finish.
read more

UCSB Golf Heads to Pro Compression Invitational Hoping For First Place Finish

The Gauchos will look to follow up a great showing at the Folino Invitational today when they head out to The Farms Golf Club.
read more

Vincent-Less Gauchos Need a Victory Before It’s Too Late

UCSB has lost junior guard Gabe Vincent for the season, leaving the team with the alarming question: Who will step up and carry the team to the postseason?
read more

Basketball Takes a Knee to Take a Stand

The women’s basketball team is inviting all game attendees to kneel during the national anthem Saturday, kicking off Black History Month with an act of protest against social injustice.
read more

Super Bowl LI: Falcons Hope To Knock Pats Off Pedestal

With Super Bowl LI fast approaching, will the Patriots secure their legacy as the greatest dynasty in NFL history or can the Falcons pull off the upset for their first ever championship?
read more

Gauchos Seeking First Road Win of the Season at Hawaii

The struggling UCSB men's basketball team hopes to get back on the winning side of things as it travels to Hawaii to face the Rainbow Warriors on Saturday.
read more

UCSB Remains Winless on the Road, Lose 65-55 at UCR

The Gauchos fell to 0-8 on the road over the weekend after losing at the Highlanders and also fall to 1-4 in the Big West.
read more