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How To Train Your Sports Editor: The Point System

I swear that there’s only one thing preventing me from achieving academic, social and general life perfection: effort.
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Johnson Drops 28 in Second Straight Win

After a relentless first-half attack and another dominant scoring effort from junior guard Orlando Johnson, the UCSB men’s basketball team never let UC Riverside get within striking distance in a 64...
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Gauchos Use Strong First Half to Take Down Highlanders

Gaucho men’s basketball rode another 40-point performance from its two highest scorers on Saturday to a victory over Big West foes UC Riverside.
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How to Train Your Sports Editor: One Man’s Quest to Get Back Into Shape

As you can see by my measurements, I’m not exactly the thickest fellow. I’ve been this way my whole life. It can be annoying because it’s hard to tell when I’m out of shape until I’m wheezin...
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Gaucho Soccer: Cultivating a Legacy

As a fan of UCSB soccer, it would be easy to get used to the success: nine consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament, a National Championship in 2006, 16 All-Americans and 14 current professional playe...
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One Blown Call, All Hopes Dashed

That, my friends, is a punch.
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Gauchos Tumble in NCAA Second Round at UC Berkeley

It’s never easy to close out a season on a losing note, but Gaucho soccer faced heartbreak yesterday, giving up a 1-0 lead to the Bears with just two minutes to play in regulation, before giving up ...
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Bring on the Golden Bears

If every match of the postseason goes like last night’s, Waid Ibrahim’s pacemaker is going to need replacing.
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Gaucho Back Line Looks to Make Noise in Playoffs

How does one judge defense without the clear-cut statistics of other sports like baseball and basketball? The answer? Ask Gaucho seniors Sam Hayden and Michael Boxall.
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Men’s Soccer to Host Denver in NCAA Tournament First Round

Gaucho soccer received word of its NCAA tournament seeding Monday, when the selection committee announced that the team will face Denver in the first round at Harder Stadium this Thursday, Nov. 18 at ...
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Gauchos Capture Conference Tourney Title Over Fullerton

Gaucho soccer did something it has never done before on Saturday night: capturing its first-ever Big West Tournament Championship in a 3-1 victory over Cal State Fullerton.
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Gauchos Win Big West Championship

UCSB soccer captured its first ever Big West Championship on Saturday, taking out fourth-seeded Cal State Fullerton 3-1 in the conference championship game at Harder Stadium. The Gauchos scored early ...
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‘Chos Return to Big West Finals

Heading into overtime against Cal Poly just two weeks ago, things weren’t looking good for Gaucho soccer on the Mustangs’ cramped field in front of a crowd of over 8,000 and national television ca...
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Gauchos Oust Cal Poly in Big West Tourney Semis

It took more than regular time, but Gaucho soccer outlasted Cal Poly on the way to a 2-1 overtime victory in the first round of the Big West championships.
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UCSB Set to Kick Off 2010 Postseason

For the first time this season, a loss for #2 UCSB would mean more than just disappointment. It would mean, in all likelihood, the end of Gaucho soccer until next season.
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