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UCSB Swim Team Temporarily Suspended Due to Hazing Allegations

The UC Santa Barbara Swim Team was temporarily suspended two weeks before the start of its season on Sept. 23 due to allegations of hazing related to alcohol consumption.
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“Rebirth”: New Orleans’ Sign of Hope Revisited

Steve Gleason’s famous punt block, which has now become a symbol of resiliency post-Katrina for the Saints and New Orleans, celebrated its ten-year anniversary this past Monday.
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UCSB to Participate in Mountain Pacific Invitational Starting Fri.

The No. 6 Gauchos are ready to possibly face-off against some of the top teams in the country such as No. 1 UCLA, No. 2 USC, etc at Berkeley for the Mountain Pacific Tournament.
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No. 6 UCSB Thrives in Home Opener, Defeats UCSD & Occidental

After four road matches to begin the season, the No. 6 UCSB men's water polo team reigned victorious in its home opening weekend defeating No. 13 UCSD and Occidental College.
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Gauchos Return to Campus Pool

UCSB is set to play on Saturday, September 17 at Campus Pool against UC San Diego at 12 p.m. and Occidental at 2 p.m.
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No. 6 UCSB Begins 2016 Campaign at Triton Invitational

Hoping to build off of the success of last season, the No. 6 Gauchos, led by senior Mitchell Hamilton and junior Shane Hauschild, kick off the year at the annual Triton Invitational.
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No. 10 UCSB Ready to Kick Off Home Schedule

The No. 10 Gauchos will look to continue its perfect start to the season as they take on the University of San Diego and St. Mary's this weekend.
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UCSB Ready to Ascend to New Heights, Kicks Off Season at Fresno State

The Gauchos are ready to build off the success of last years' 13 win season when they open the season today against the Bulldogs.
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Former Gaucho Swim Captain Makes Olympic Debut as Kayaker

Former Gaucho swimmer Maggie Hogan has made the U.S. Olympic team for the first team in her career, however, not as a swimmer, but as a Kayaker instead.
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Farewell to the Big Fundamental

Tim Duncan's decision to retire has the entire NBA world and assistant sports editor Jorge Mercado reminiscing over the great career of the big fundamental.
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2016 UCSB Baseball Season Recap

The Gauchos had a tremendous 2016 campaign and the future looks bright going forward for baseball here in Santa Barbara.
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UCSB Eliminated from College World Series

Two days after eliminating Miami from the College World Series, the UCSB baseball team suffered the same fate after Arizona shut them out 3-0 in Wednesday night’s elimination match.
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More than a Loss

The game seven loss to the Cavaliers on Sunday Night was a devastating one for every Warrior fan, player, executive involved, but it most likely hurt the image of the leagues first unanimous MVP, Step...
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UCSB Eliminates Miami From CWS, Keeps Championship Hopes Alive

The Gauchos were facing elimination for the first time this postseason heading into their match-up against the Hurricanes, but responded in solid fashion defeating Miami 5-3.
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Cowboys Shutout Gauchos in Opening Round of College World Series

UCSB struggled to score any runs on Oklahoma State's Thomas Hatch leading to a shutout loss in the opening match.
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