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Colin Kaepernick: A Purpose Misunderstood

Sports Editor Sean White stands with Colin Kaepernick in his call to action.
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Welcome to Soccer Heaven

"Soccer Heaven" has returned to Harder Stadium! Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming season for the UCSB men's soccer team.
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No. 13 Gauchos Gear Up for Beginning of Season, Host Westmont

Despite being a No. 15 seed in the NCAA Tournament, the UCSB men's soccer team managed to reach the Sweet 16 for the seventh time in program history and for the first time since 2011. With the offseas...
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Knicks’ Offseason Moves May Remedy Recent Decline

Falling short of clinching a playoff spot for the third consecutive season, the New York Knicks' offseason pursuit concluded with the addition of multiple players that seemed poised to end the team's ...
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Witnessing The “King” Prevail

Despite facing a 3-1 deficit, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers managed to fulfill what no other team in NBA history has ever achieved by winning the series 4-3. Leading the Cavs' triumph was J...
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2016 Nexus Sport Awards: Gauchos in Full Effect

Reminisce on the best moments, storylines and highlights of the 2015-2016 sports season.
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Gauchos Add Six Recruits, Earn No. 24 Class

Arguably the program's worst season ever, after a 7-20 overall and 3-13 Big West finish, the UCSB women's volleyball team will attempt to avenge its poor performance with a No. 24 recruiting class tha...
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Durant Still the Alpha Dog in OKC, Remains Amongst NBA’s Elite

Playing in 80 games this season after being limited to 27 contests last season due to a Jones fracture in his right foot, former NBA MVP Kevin Durant seems to have been overlooked as one of the game's...
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UC Looks To Increase Athlete Graduation

Gavin Newsom proposed a 14-point plan designed to help UC athletes academically.
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No. 9 UCSB Earns First Conf. Title and NCAA Bid in Program History

It was a historical weekend for the No. 9 UCSB women's water polo team as the Gauchos 11-5 win over No. 8 Hawaii on Sunday earned them their first Big West Conference title and NCAA Tournament bid in ...
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Rebirth Of The Ringside, Thurman vs. Porter

After having their initial March 12 meeting postponed, Keith Thurman and Shawn Porter are set to go toe-to-toe on June 25 at the Barclays Center. Sports Editor Sean White provides an early analysis of...
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WNBA: Too Great Not to Shine; 2016 Draft Tonight

With the 2016 WNBA Draft set to take place tonight at 7 p.m. ET at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut, Sports Editor Sean White explains his take on the lack of recognition for a league that is prep...
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‘The Answer’ Unveiled, AI’s Legacy Beyond the Court

Constantly critiqued yet admired by generations of kids and young adults worldwide, the 1996 NBA Draft's No. 1 overall pick Allen Iverson single-handedly transformed the culture of the NBA during his ...
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King James: Cleveland’s Savior or Fallen Hope?

The No. 1 overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft, LeBron James has been crowned as the king of the league despite entering with his high school status. Unable to bring Cleveland its first NBA title in his...
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71-67 Loss to UC Davis Ends Season for UCSB

After earning its first postseason win since the 2012-13 season, the UCSB women's basketball team's season came to an end with its 71-67 loss to UC Davis in the Quarterfinals of the Big West Conferenc...
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