Brazil’s Neymar Relishing the Pressure

The fate of the Brazilian national soccer team lies on the foot of 22-year-old Neymar.

Season On The Line

UCSB Plays in Its Final Regular Season Series Against UC Davis.


Santa Barbara Plans For Next Year With New Recruiting Class

UCSB could potentially bring in as many as 13 recruits for next season.

Heat Superstar-Trio Still Has Lots to Prove

Staff writer Mark Salay discusses why the Heat don’t measure up with the NBA’s greatest.

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Gauchos Win Series At San Francisco

After going 2-1 against USF, the Gauchos clinched the program’s best non-conference win percentage in a single season by improving to 22-5-1 in non-conference games.

Striving to End Strong

UCSB Travels North to Face San Francisco in Final Non-Conference Series


Gauchos Suffer Road Loss at Pepperdine

UCSB hurts postseason chances with another loss against a top opponent.

Gauchos Beat CSUN in Final Home Series

Gauchos’ playoff hopes in danger after failing to sweep CSUN.

UCSB leads the Big West in corner kick attempts (90), helping result in the Gauchos' third place standing in goal made (17).

UCSB Brings in 10 Talented Freshmen for Next Season

Gauchos bring in young crop of forwards, defenders and goalkeepers for 2014 season.

Gauchos Host Matadors for Senior Day

UCSB plays in its final home series of the season against CSUN.


Late Surge Pushes UCSB to Victory

Four runs in the eighth inning propelled the Gauchos to a 7-3 win over Cal State Bakersfield. The victory marks just the first time UCSB has won on the road since April 19th.

UCSB Drops Three Straight in Sweep

The Gauchos are in sixth place with six Big West games remaining. This marks the first time since 2012 that a conference opponent has swept UCSB.


Chasing A Ticket to the Postseason

No. 24 Gauchos Travel to No. 20 UC Irvine in Biggest Series of the Season

Gauchos and Bruins Tie in 12 Innings

UCSB and UCLA tied after 12 innings of play due to darkness coming over Caesar Uyesaka Stadium.


Dillon Tate Q and A: Food, Music and Baseball

Staff writer Mark Salay sat down with Gaucho pitcher Dillon Tate for a fun Q and A session.