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Cougars Maim UCSB In Three Straight Games for Win

Santa Barbara (3-6, 1-1) was overpowered in almost every facet of the game against the Cougars (7-1, 1-0 Mountain West). UCSB was out-blocked 12-5, out-dug 49-47 and out-hit .276 to .176
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Santa Barbara Travels on Utah Trip to Face Brigham Young, Utah State

The Gauchos dropped tough matches to both BYU and Utah State last season and have their sights set on redemption.
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Womens Volleyball: UCSB Loses Five Set Thriller to #2 Long Beach State, Tops UCI

After tumbling through one of the most difficult preseason schedules in UCSB women's volleyball team history, the #18 Gauchos turned the corner this past weekend by securing their first league victory...
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Sports Writers Have the Greatest Gig In Town

I would like to apologize to everyone out there: the readers, the athletes, the fans. I think that we all owe you an apology.
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UCSB Softball Finishes Rebuilding Year a Little Older, Wiser

Every cloud has a silver lining, but the lining for this year's UCSB women's softball team may be harder to find than others.
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Matadors Put Final Stake in Gauchos’ Softball Season WIth Three-Game Sweep

They usually say that parting is such sweet sorrow, but this may not be the case with the 2001 UCSB softball team as it finished its season this past weekend, dropping three in a row to a tough Cal St...
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Utah State Controls Gauchos in Three-Game Series

After receiving a lesson in softball from #9 Cal State Fullerton last weekend, the UCSB women's softball team was looking forward to its road trip this weekend to battle Utah State and apply what they...
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Sawyer Leads Santa Barbara With Solid Work Ethic

Heart is the one aspect that sets great athletes apart from the rest. It is what truly inspires us to watch sports and keeps us coming back for more. The UCSB women's softball team has one such athlet...
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Softball Team’s Hitting Disappears, Again

Unfortunately for the Gauchos, just as they were beginning to start to run instead of walk, they ran into a brick wall that goes by the name of Cal State Fullerton. #9 Cal State Fullerton to be exact.
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Gaucho Softball Sweeps Doubleheader

Wednesday afternoon at the Campus Diamond, the Gauchos (17-26 overall) blanked UC Riverside, 1-0 and 3-0, in a pair of pitching gems from sophomore Sylvia Santos and freshman Katie Junge.
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UCSB Softball Surprises Long Beach State

When the dust cleared and the three-game series had been played, it was the Gauchos who emerged victorious, winning the last two games of the series and sending the 49ers home as losers.
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2000 UCSB Women’s Volleyball Review

In a season that began with low expectations from the public, the UCSB women's volleyball team made believers out of everyone.
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Women’s Volleyball Unable to Prevail Against Hawai’i, Narrowly Missing Trip to Final Four

How does the UCSB women's volleyball team follow up a gigantic home victory over Stanford in the second round of the NCAA Tournament? Travel to Hawai'i, upset Minnesota and advance to the Elite Eight.
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Santa Barbara Shuts Down Farm in Epic Five-Game Match With Stanford

There are always two halves to every match: the match itself, and then the last play. The funny thing is that while the match is longer, the only thing that anyone ever remembers is the last play.
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UCSB Hopes to Mangle San Antonio in Tourney’s Opening Round

The #14 Santa Barbara women's volleyball team will host the largest sporting event of UCSB's athletic season tonight, while squaring off with an unranked but dangerous Texas-San Antonio squad in the o...
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