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Power Plays: Trump and the NFL’s Attempt to Silence Protest Won’t Work

Even on the field, there's no equal level playing field in America. Sports Co-Editor speaks on this week's NFL storylines revolving around player protests.
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Stay Woke! But, Stay in Your Own League

Colin Kaepernick's protest has become a movement that provides a voice for the voiceless. Sports Co-Editor Sean White shares his perspective on the relationship between racial inequality and sports.
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Gaucos Set to Begin Big West Conf. Play vs. UCR & CSUF

With its first win now under its belt, the UCSB women's volleyball team looks to carry that momentum into its Big West conference opening weekend matchups versus UC Riverside and Cal State Fullerton.
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Gauchos Participate in Utah State Invitation Searching For First Win

The UCSB women’s volleyball team’s travels continue as it will take on another slate of away matches against Montana St., the University of Pacific, and Utah State at the Utah State Invitational i...
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Gauchos End Season Opening Weekend Empty-Handed, Go 0-3 at Baylor Tournament

It was a rough opening weekend for the UCSB women's volleyball team as the Gauchos left their road trip winless after facing Illinois St., No. 15 Florida St., and Baylor.
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2017 Nexus Sports Awards – Under the Radar: Porter & Toler Represent WBB Along With Men’s Soccer’s Feucht as Breakout Stars

Huge performances are better when they're least expected. Emerging for "Breakout Players of the Year" were Sarah Porter and Drea Toler for the UCSB women's basketball team, while Kevin Feucht held it ...
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2017 Nexus Sports Awards – Leading the Gaucho Pack: Bonnie Henrickson and Marty Davis Earn “Nexus” Coach of the Year Awards

Winning "Coach of the Year" were UCSB women's basketball's Bonnie Henrickson and UCSB men's tennis' Marty Davis.
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2017 NBA Finals: The Golden State vs. The Land Part III

The 2017 NBA Finals is finally upon us and Nexus Sports Editors Sean White and Jorge Mercado present to you the biggest storylines heading into part III of the Warriors/Cavs trilogy.
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Orlando Magic Forward Aaron Gordon Surprises UCSB, Trains in Thunderdome

Expect the unexpected as the possibilities are endless here at UCSB as Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon made an appearance Thursday night to show fans love and get some shots up in the Thunderdome. ...
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Deeper Than Hoops: Gabe Vincent Stands With UCSB

UCSB men's basketball star Gabe Vincent expresses his emotions regarding the three-year anniversary of the tragedy that took place on May 23, 2014.
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Ball Is Life. But Could LaVar Be Detrimental to Lonzo’s NBA Career?

Once again, LaVar Ball broke the Internet this week and it's about time that our Sports Co-Editor provides his take on the role the father play's as his son Lonzo prepares for the NBA Draft.
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UCSB Looks to Play Spoiler Against Blue-Green Rival Cal Poly

With nothing but pride on the line, the Gauchos are looking to upset their longtime rival Cal Poly in its final home series of the season.
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Institutionalized: Disbanning Social Injustices’ Cyclical Presence in Sports

Following the incident in which racially unjust behavior by some Boston Red Sox fans toward Baltimore Orioles centerfielder Adam Jones, Sports Editor Sean White paints the bigger picture of the situat...
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UCSB Gears Up for Summer Basketball Camps

Hoping to reestablish a winning culture both ona dn off the court, the UCSB men's basketball program revealed the significance of putting on events such as its upcoming summer camps.
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UCSB’s Drug Policy Aims to Enhance and Cater to the Student Athlete Experience

According to the university’s intercollegiate athletics handbook, “The goal of UCSB’s Drug Education, Prevention and Testing Program is to promote a drug- and alcohol-free environment for the in...
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