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Green Advice for Green People: For Every Fantasy Injury, an Upside

For coaches as well as fantasy owners, an injury to a star player can decimate playoff hopes. But no matter who gets hurt, the season rolls on. You need to be able to roll with it. No matter how much ...
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Tennis Team Set to Start With ITA

Last season saw the UCSB women’s tennis team reach a mark of 13-11 and 6-3 in conference, only to fall to UC Irvine in the semifinals of the Big West Conference Championship. Friday morning will mar...
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Green Advice for Green People: Regretting Draft Picks? You’re Not Alone.

It’s that time of year again, kids. The weather is starting to get colder, the MLB playoffs are about to begin and the air is starting to carry the annual offensive odor of regret.
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Gaucho Tennis Ready for Final

Over the weekend, the UCSB men’s tennis team traveled up north to Fresno to compete in the Bulldog Classic, a three-day tournament held at Fresno State University. The Gauchos sent six players to co...
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Gaucho Tennis Set to Start

On Friday, the UCSB men’s tennis team opens the 2010 preseason with the 17th annual Bulldog Classic in Fresno.
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Green Advice for Green People: Player Rankings Overrated

Fantasy football Web sites like www.espn.go.com like to make a big deal out of their player rankings. They hold them up as gospel and would like you, the humble fantasy owner, to unquestioningly follo...
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SB Places Eighth in Invitational

On Saturday, the UCSB men’s cross country team traveled to Palo Alto to compete in the Stanford invitational eight-kilometer race, where they finished in eighth place amongst 26 teams.
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Irvine No Match for Dominant UCSB

UCSB women’s volleyball concluded a five-week road trip over the weekend with matches at CSU Northridge on Friday and at UC Irvine on Saturday.
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Gauchos Rammed Out of WDIA Tournament

UC Santa Barbara was eliminated from title contention by #9 Colorado State in the WDIA National Championship tournament after suffering an 8-7 loss in the quarterfinal round.
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Sun Devils Burn Santa Barbara

After dispatching the University of Arizona in the quarterfinals, Arizona State would take care of business in the semifinals to send UCSB home in disappointment.
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Chapman Sticks it to Gauchos in Conference Game

In a battle between the best in conference, the UCSB men’s lacrosse team took on Chapman University to determine the conference champion and was upended at home in a 10-8 shootout.
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UCSB Falls in Championship

The UCSB women's lacrosse team traveled to Los Angeles over the weekend to open the postseason with the Western Women's Lacrosse League championship tournament, with the winner receiving an automatic ...
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‘Chos Keep the Wins Rolling

In its final game before entering postseason play, the women's lacrosse team welcomed unranked Pepperdine University after getting stomped by fourth-ranked Cal Poly. With that memory to motivate them,...
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SB Squads Stutter-Step

With the playoffs just around the corner, both the men's and women's lacrosse teams are preparing to fight for national titles. Before they do that, however, they need to finish the last few games of ...
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SB Squads Stutter-Step

With the playoffs just around the corner, both the men's and women's lacrosse teams are preparing to fight for national titles. Before they do that, however, they need to finish the last few games of ...
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