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Water Polo Splits Friday Doubleheader

The #12 UCSB women’s water polo team played a doubleheader Friday in its first home action of the season, losing 11-10 to #8 Michigan in the first game before rallying to beat Concordia 10-7 in th...
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#12 UCSB Kicks Off Homestand v. #8 Michigan

After a week long hiatus that followed three road wins to open the season, the UCSB women’s water polo team, ranked 12th in the nation, will return home to play six games spanning Friday, Saturday, ...
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Balanced Attack Leads Gauchos to Pair of Wins

UCSB’s women’s water polo wrapped up its opening weekend with a 3-0 record, beating CSU East Bay on Friday 14-8 before demolishing Sonoma State 15-4 at the Cal Mini Tournament in Berkeley on Satur...
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Women’s Polo Thrashes Monterey Bay, Faces CSU East Bay Next

The UCSB women’s water polo team traveled north to CSU Monterey Bay on Thursday to play its season opener against the Otters, using their superior talent to overcome the Otters’ physicality on the...
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Gauchos Set to Avenge 2010 Tourney Loss

Entering last season’s Big West Tournament with a winning record for the second consecutive season, UCSB women’s water polo believed it had the opportunity to do something special.
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Green Advice for Green People: It’s About More than Just Wins

Most owners would say a good fantasy day is any day you get to put another check mark in the win column. They aren’t entirely wrong, but they aren’t seeing the big picture: A good fantasy day shou...
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Gauchos Win Preseason Tourney

The UCSB men’s tennis team closed out their fall schedule this weekend with the UCSB Classic, a three-day home tournament in which it captured the title in seven of the nine flights.
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Men’s Tennis to Wrap Up Fall Season with UCSB Classic

The UCSB men’s tennis team will finish up their fall schedule at home this weekend with the UCSB Classic, a four-team tournament that will run from Friday to Sunday and feature players from Santa Ba...
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Green Advice for Green People: How to See the Future

There is always one. One donut left in the box, one cookie left on the plate and one player each week who attempts to screw up what would otherwise have been a great fantasy day.
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’Chos Field Four at SoCal Tourney

For Gaucho tennis, the 54th annual Southern California Intercollegiate Championships ended a day early, when senior Alex Konigsfeldt fell to USC's Jaak Poldma in the semifinals.
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Green Advice for Green People: First Half Fantasy Awards

To mark the halfway point of the season, instead of giving you another dose of my ever-so-helpful advice, I’ve decided to hand out awards to the players I thought had exceptionally remarkable first ...
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Team Sends Four Players to SoCal Tournament at UCLA

A week after competing in one of college tennis’ toughest tournaments, the ITA Regionals, Head Coach Marty Davis will send four players to UCLA for the 54th annual Southern California Intercollegiat...
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Green Advice for Green People: Fantasy Shortcomings

I blame you, Ben Roethlisberger. I blame you, Kurt Warner. Now, you may be asking yourself, my good reader, how these two fine gentlemen could have possibly wronged me. I can assure you, it’s nothin...
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ITA Tourney Set to Start in Irvine

The 2010 ITA Regional tournament kicks off on Thursday in Irvine, where UCSB men’s tennis will send four of its best players to play against the top players from Big West foes UC Riverside and Cal P...
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Green Advice for Green People: Flex Decisions for Flexible People

In fantasy football, the most common dilemma for an owner is who to start in a given position week in and week out. The truth is, all the factors that go in to such a decision (matchups, trends, perfo...
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