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Gauchos Hold 6-Stroke Lead Heading into Final Round of Big West Tournament

The Gauchos are now one day away from securing its first Big West championship since 1998 and just its second conference championship overall.
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UCSB Deadlocked in a Three-Way Tie After Day One of Big West Tournament

The Gauchos are currently tied for first place with Cal Poly and Long Beach State after carding 6-under par 284.
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Top-Seeded UCSB Golf Seeks First Big West Title Since 1998

Having claimed four tournament titles this season, the Gauchos will hope to get the conference tournament victory and make the NCAA Regional.
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UCSB Loses Series at Riverside, Outpaced 9-5 in Game Two of Series

The Gauchos give up 15 hits and nine runs in their loss at UC Riverside costing them the series. This is the third straight year UCR defeats UCSB in a best of three series.
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Gauchos Refuse to Let Game Two Slip Away, Rally For a 6-5 Victory

After blowing a five-run lead in the top of the seventh, the Gauchos responded by scoring the winning run in the bottom half of the frame and hanging onto the narrow 6-5 victory.
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Gauchos Travel to Pepperdine In Search of Midweek Win

The Gauchos have won four of their last six games and will look to improve upon that mark against Pepperdine in their second-midweek match versus the Waves.
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Gauchos Hitting Spree Delivers 11-3 Home Victory

In need of a conference series win, UCSB was able to put together a 15-hit performance to lead them past UCI 11-3 in game one.
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Pasternack Aims To Wake ‘Sleeping Giant’

Now, meet the man who has been hired to lead the Gauchos back to glory in this feature that delves into the on and off court life of Joe Pasternack.
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UCSB Welcomes UCI in Must-Win Conference Series

Holding just a 2-4 conference record thus far, the Gauchos need a big series win over Big West foe UC Irvine at home this weekend.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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...
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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.
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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.
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