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Gauchos Face Big West Foes at Harder

After the Gauchos split their first two Big West matches of the season last weekend, members of the team talked about the lethargy they felt in their second game. </span“They’re just going to h...
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Freshman Feature: Goalie Has High Hopes

It’s a story you’ve heard many times before.
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‘Chos Open Big West Play 1-1

It took Long Beach State two minutes to score in its 3-1 win over the UCSB women’s soccer team on Sunday afternoon at LBSU’s George Allen Field, two days after the Gauchos opened conference play w...
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Women’s Soccer Opens Up Big West Play

The women’s soccer team plays their first two conference matches of the season this weekend, beginning today against a struggling UC Riverside (1-7-2 overall) squad and continuing Sunday against Lon...
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Fantasy: Now for the Casual Fan

Mike’s Mom is the name of my fantasy football team. I created her three weeks ago. I picked the name because it implies things about the mother of my roommate, Mike, who’s also in the league.
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Ladies End Preseason Tourney

The UCSB women’s volleyball team split its pair of games at the Comcast Lobo Challenge on Friday before ousting the University of New Mexico.
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Men’s Soccer Set to Play Mexico U-20 at Harder

After dominating in a 3-1 victory over cross-town rivals Westmont last week, the UCSB men’s soccer team will face a more difficult challenge on Friday.
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Dear New Gauchos, Veteran Gauchos, Parents, Grandparents, etc.

Many of you are on the same page as I am. Many of you aren’t. Many of you don’t care too much about sports in general, and that’s cool too.
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Gauchos Swim into Pac-10

After winning 26 of the last 34 Big West swimming titles, the UCSB men’s swimming team has joined the Pac-10 — a conference dominated by major athletic programs such as USC, UCLA and Stanford — ...
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Baseball Season Ends in Stockton

Today, junior left-hander Mario Hollands pitches his last game as a Gaucho against Pacific in the first game of the Gauchos’ last three-game series of the season.
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Underdogs Are What Keeps The Sports World Turning

I wonder why I like watching people who are bigger, faster and stronger than I’ll ever be try their damnedest to put a ball into a hoop, or hit a ball with a wooden stick, and I wonder how a face li...
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UCSB Suffers Demoralizing Loss to UC Davis

It was a weekend of more of the same, and worse, as the Gauchos were swept for the first time all season by a struggling UC Davis squad in their last three-game weekend series at Caesar Uyesaka Stadiu...
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Gaucho Seniors Approach End of Series

The UCSB baseball team still has some unfinished business to take care of in its final three-game home series of the year against UC Davis, today at Caesar Uyesaka.
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Johnson, Saraceno Named Gaucho Athletes of the Year

The winners of the best athletes, teams, and coaches awards.
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Gauchos Prepare to Face Off with Bruins

The Gauchos' baseball team faces their highest ranked opponent of the season — #11 UCLA — tonight at Jackie Robinson Stadium in Westwood at 6.
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