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He Said, He Said Goodbye (Matt Connolly)

It’s no easy feat to restrict all I have to say within a character count. But hell, this is my “goodbye column,” so I’m just going with it.
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2009-10 Daily Nexus Sports Awards: The A-Side

Today, the Sports Editors examine the serious side of UCSB Athletics.
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Gaucho Ski and Snowboard Team Earns National Recognition

A strong regular season showing including a weather-shortened Regional Qualifier allowed the Gauchos to send six individuals to the USCSA Nationals, with sophomore skier Julia Dubinina taking home gol...
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Boots Riley to Appear at Del Playa Concert Tonight

In his 20-odd years in the hip hop game, Raymond “Boots” Riley has always strived to deliver a message of sociopolitical awareness.
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Gauchos Unable to Overcome UCLA Bruins

A win against top-30 ranked UC Irvine on Sunday gave the Gauchos plenty of reason to think upset heading into Jackie Robinson Stadium at UCLA.
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U of A Squeaks Past UCSB

For the second time in three years, UCSB played its way into the South Pacific Conference championship game, putting the team one win away from a berth in the NCBA World Series.
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Matadors Make Gauchos See Red

In danger of being swept at home by Cal State Northridge, UC Santa Barbara finally put it together Sunday afternoon, defeating the Matadors 8-4 behind a gritty seven-inning start.
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Regionals Await SB Club Baseball

Going undefeated in conference play is no easy feat, but regular season perfection isn’t nearly as satisfying without repeat success in the playoffs. With a 15-0 record in the Southern Pacific West ...
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Scott Boras Gives Intimate Chat at UCSB

Yet, at yesterday morning’s personal interview held at the MultiCultural Center, baseball super-agent Scott Boras proved to be more than just the shrewd negotiator that the media has made him out to...
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Baseball: Gauchos Suffer Late Inning Loss at USC

Five shutout innings from starter Davis not enough as Trojans come back to win in the ninth
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Editors Said, Byrdman Said

Experience, consistency, defense, balance... Ginobili! With the exception of the latter, none of these things are particularly glamorous when talking about pro basketball. That being said, they can an...
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SB Ousts Waves in Shootout

It looks as though the bats of the UCSB baseball team have finally woken up. Coming off back-to-back 10 run outputs at Cal Poly, six Santa Barbara starters recorded multi-hit games on the way to a 15-...
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A Giant Prediction

There's no secret that the post-Bonds era has been an uphill battle out of mediocrity. But coming off a season where the playoffs were within reach, I'm predicting that this is the year it finally com...
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UCSB Stings Hornets

Though he began the season as UCSB's third starter, junior transfer Nick Capito has quickly adapted to pitch ing like an ace. In his first ever series-opening start, the left-hander out of Santa Ana J...
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Gauchos Go Dancing, Fall to OSU

For the first time in eight years, the UC Santa Barbara men’s basketball team made it out of the Big West Tournament and into the big dance. But matched against Big Ten Champion Ohio State, ther...
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