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After Weekend Sweep, Gauchos Look Ahead to Saint Mary’s

Able to patch things up in its home opener over the week, currently on a three-game winning streak, the UCSB baseball team will host St. Mary's for a weekday matchup.
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Gauchos End Senior Night On Happy Note After Win Over UCR

With point guard Eric Childress as the only senior on the team, it was evident that Gauchos played with their hearts on their sleeves as they reigned victorious in their final home game.
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Gauchos Nab Just One Win At Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic

Matched up with a difficult slate of opponents over the weekend, the UCSB softball team didn't have much to celebrate while on the road.
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Women’s Tennis Has Streak Ended Over the Weekend

Despite entering the weekend with momentum from its four-match win streak, the UCSB women's tennis team experienced back-to-back defeats in its final two road matches prior to returning home.
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No. 9 UCSB Splits Slate of Games at Barbara Kalbus Invitational

Despite opening the Kalbus Invitational with a loss to Michigan for the third time this season, the UCSB women's water polo team managed to win half of its matchups over the weekend.
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Gauchos’ Loss to UC Davis Results In Third-Straight Loss

With the battle for seeding in the Big West Tournament becoming more intense, the UCSB women's basketball team is on the verge of descending once again after experiencing its third consecutive loss on...
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Professional Baseball Lifer and Gaucho Bill Geivett Opens Up

Our own staff writer F.P. Santangelo Jr. got to catch up with former gaucho star baseball player Bill Geivett to talk about his new book, in stores now.
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UCSB Looks to Serve UC San Diego, Break Seven-Game Losing Streak

After seven consecutive matches against top 10 opponents, the Gauchos get a huge break when they take on unranked UC San Diego.
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Women’s Basketball Looking to Capitalize on Upset Opportunity, Face BW Leader UC Davis

Facing the situation of seeking a much needed victory, the UCSB women’s basketball team is looking to overcome its 1-4 standing in its last five games.
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UCSB Set for Home Opener, Will Host Tulane University In Hopes of Resolving Offensive Issues After 1-3 Start

After rainy weather conditions offset home games for the UCSB baseball team, the Gauchos will finally make their home debut vs. Tulane.
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UCSB Men’s Basketball Looking to Hold On to Slim Postseason Chance Entering Final Home Game

Currently at the bottom of the Big West standings, the UCSB men's basketball team is on its last leg of hope to grab the eighth seed in the Big West tournament. Yet, a win over the UC Riverside, who i...
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The ‘Boogie-Less’ Kings Leave Sacramento With No Hope, Franchise Remains in Declining State

The Sacramento Kings' decision to trade arguably the best center in the league, Demarcus 'Boogie' Cousins, has left many people within their fan base with what seems like an unsolvable void. Staff wri...
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UCSB’s Series of Road Matches Continue, Set To Face USF and No. 4 Cal

Despite having yet to play a home game, the UCSB men's tennis team is gradually building up steam as it has now won two consecutive matches entering its two road matchups.
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Women’s Tennis Carries Its Four-Match Win Streak Into Pac-12 Matchups

With its momentum high, currently on a four-match win streak, the UCSB women's tennis team has the chance to upset some top tier opponents from the Pac-12 in Washington and No. 4 Cal.
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Gauchos Await Barbara Kalbus Invitational

Entering the weekend with a current two-game win streak, the UCSB women's water polo team will look to extend its streak over the course of the three-day invitational.
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