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Gauchos Fall to Pitt, Hope to Upset No. 16 Texas A&M in College Station

A tough second half proved to be the Gauchos demise against Pitt losing 70-62, but they have a quick turnaround facing the No. 16 Aggies on Friday.
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UCSB Goes Head-to-Head With Pitt in Start of Progressive League Classic

The start of its most challenging portion of its non-conference season begins Wednesday when the UCSB men's basketball team takes on the University of Pittsburgh on the road.
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Max Heidegger Sets Career High in UCSB’s Season Opener vs NDSU

Excitement filled the T-Dome as Head Coach Joe Pasternack and the Gauchos took on North Dakota State.
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Pasternack and UCSB Men’s Basketball Set to Make Regular Season Debut

The moment that all UCSB men's basketball fans have been waiting on shall finally become a reality this Saturday when Head Coach Joe Pasternack and the Gauchos host North Dakota State in the Thunderdo...
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Inconsistencies Limited the Gauchos’ Potential During its 2017 Campaign

Missing the Big West postseason for the second consecutive season, the UCSB women's soccer team finds itself with another lackluster finish to the year.
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Gauchos Don’t Miss a Beat in Exhibition Rout of Fresno Pacific

It came. It conquered. The UCSB men's basketball team put on a solid showing in its Saturday exhibition.
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Women’s Soccer Ends Season With 1-1 Tie Versus Blue-Green Rival Cal Poly

The Gauchos finish the season with a 6-8-5 overall, 2-4-2 conference record. They have now missed the Big West Tournament for the second year in a row.
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‘Chos Aim to End Season on a Positive Note vs Blue-Green Rival

Despite not having any playoff implications, the Gauchos will still be looking to knock off their big-time rival Cal Poly.
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Gauchos Knocked Out of Big West Tournament Contention

Although its week started off with a promising 1-0 victory at Davis, the UCSB women’s soccer had its Big West tournament aspirations come to an end on Sunday in its loss to CSU Fullerton.
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Pressure Mounting Upon UCSB, Need Wins at UCD & CSUF

In order for UCSB to qualify for the postseason, it needs to win its final three Big West games of the year beginning with UC Davis tonight at Aggie Stadium.
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Gauchos Remain Winless in Conference Play Following 1-1 Draw Against CSUN

The UCSB women's soccer team managed to avoid its third consecutive loss with a 1-1 tie on the road at Cal State Northridge.
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Gauchos Hoping for Reversal of Fortune, Face CSUN in Critical Big West Match

UCSB will hope to overcome its bad start to conference play with a road test against Cal State Northridge.
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Gauchos Fall to Irvine 4-1 in Second Game of Conference Play

UCSB falls to 0-2 in conference play after another 4-1 loss this time coming against favorites to win the Big West, UC Irvine.
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Why Sports and Politics Must Mix: Introducing Uncomfortability

Daily Nexus sports writer Omar Hernandez explores the reality of the sports and political world and analyzes the viewpoints that have hurt and helped those discussions.
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Fresh Start for Gauchos as They Open Big West Play Hosting UCR

UCSB hopes to erase the memory of a sixth-place finish in conference play last season with a match its 2017 Big West opener against UCR.
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