Gauchos to Face No. 1 Baylor in First Round of NCAA’s

    The UCSB women’s basketball team will look to pull off a major upset on Sunday in the first round of the NCAA tournament when the team takes on Baylor, the No. 1-ranked team in the nation. The Baylor Bears are an undefeated 37-0 and have beaten some of the best teams in the country, including […]

    Gauchos Bring Home the Hardware

    In ending its Cinderella story season, the UCSB women’s basketball team brought home something better than a prince this past weekend in Anaheim: a Big West championship and an automatic berth in the NCAA tournament. It was the first time a No. 6 seed has ever won the Big West Tournament, as the Gauchos overcame […]

    UCSB Women Complete Storybook Ending With Win Over Long Beach State in Big West Championship

      In ending its Cinderella story season, the UCSB women’s basketball team brought home something better than a prince — a Big West Championship and an automatic berth into the Big Dance. It was the first time a number six seed has ever won the Big West Tournament, as the Gauchos overcame Long Beach State […]

    Women Have Busy Weekend vs. SDSU, CSUN; Men Look to Rebound From Two Straight Losses vs. Nevada

    The UCSB women’s tennis team plays at San Diego State this afternoon and then resumes Big West play at home against Cal State Northridge on Sunday. The Gauchos are 4-9 overall and 2-1 in the Big West after dropping their last two matches. SDSU (3-8) comes in with a 2-2 record against Big West competition, […]

    Gauchos Look to Finish Strong on Road Trip

    The UCSB softball team will conclude its 10-game road swing starting today as it heads to San Jose to compete in the Santa Clara Bronco Classic. After dropping four out of five and leaving 31 runners stranded on base in the Hawaii Invitational last weekend, the Gauchos look to end their hitting woes before returning […]

    Go Green or Go Home

    Although Earth Day is not until April, Community Housing Offices likes to be ahead of the game and celebrate Going Green during March, when wearing green for St. Patrick’s Day makes us think of going green in our rental homes. Although renters may feel that they have less of an opportunity to make changes in […]

    UCSB Falls in Straight Sets to Irvine

    Facing one of the top teams in the nation, the No. 12 UCSB men’s volleyball team fell in straight sets to UC Irvine Wednesday night in Rob Gym for their third consecutive loss. In their last match of the year at Rob Gym, the Gauchos fell behind Irvine early and could never recover, often switching […]

    Gauchos Fail to Protect 2-0 Lead, Fall to Long Beach State in Five Sets

    Up 2-0 against visiting Long Beach State, the No. 11 UCSB men’s volleyball team let a hard-fought match slip away on Friday when the 49ers won three straight games to win a 3-2 match. With a commanding lead after the first two sets, the Gauchos fell apart in the final three games, losing in five […]

    Gauchos Place Sixth at Pac-12 Championships for Second Consecutive Year

    After four days of competition in the Pac-12 Swimming Championships held in Monterey Park, the UCSB men’s swim team was unable to improve on last year’s performance, finishing in sixth place again with 251.5 points, while Stanford laid claim to the conference championship for the 31st time in a row, winning with 939.5 points. “We […]

    Men Drop Two, Women Lose at UCI

    After forcing five matches to go into three sets, the No. 50 UCSB men’s tennis team ended up getting shut out against No. 37 Santa Clara yesterday, right after a tough 4-3 loss at No. 53 Cal Poly on Saturday. The Gauchos fall to 7-6 overall and 2-1 in the Big West, while Cal Poly […]

    Women’s Water Polo Finishes Weekend Games

    After breaking into the top 10 for the first time in team history, the No. 10 UCSB women’s water polo team traveled to Thousand Oaks on Saturday for the Posada Royale Invitational, a one-day event that saw them move their record to 11-10 on the season after a narrow 7-6 loss to Occidental in the […]

    UCSB Travels to Hawaii to Begin 10-Game Road Trip

    After a successful 5-1 homestand last weekend, the UCSB softball team now begins a 10-game road trip starting today with the Bank of Hawaii Invitational hosted by Hawaii at the Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium. The Gauchos are coming off their best performance of the season in last weekend’s Gaucho Classic and will now play five […]

    No. 50 Men’s Team Set to Face Rival No. 53 Cal Poly, Women Travel to Take on Irvine

    The No. 50 UCSB men’s tennis team moved up 11 spots to jump No. 53 Cal Poly in the rankings this week as the Blue-Green Rivalry is set to renew tomorrow. The Gauchos are 7-4 overall and will put their three-match win streak to the test with its showdown against the Mustangs before returning home […]

    Softball wins Five of Six Games in Weekend Tourney

    Riding a six-game losing streak entering their home opener at Campus Diamond, the UCSB softball team came out of the weekend winners of five out of six games, including two wins against a ranked opponent. The Gauchos were finally able to put the pieces together on the field, improving their record to 6-11. “It is […]

    UCSB LAX Looks to Remain Undefeated at Home

    The UCSB men’s lacrosse team looks to remain unbeaten this weekend at home against Claremont on Saturday. The game has been chosen as the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference game of the week and will be shown live on Youtube at at 1 p.m. “Having the game broadcast on Youtube is great because it gives our […]