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UCSB Takes Goal-Oriented Approach Into Road Trip

The final two weeks of the season are here and the UCSB women's volleyball team is hoping to make a quick run to improve its position within the Big West standings.
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Women’s Basketball to Host Seattle in Home Opener

A return home may be just what the UCSB women's basketball team needs following it loss Tuesday night. The Gauchos are set for their home opener against Seattle University.
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The Eagles Aren’t as Good as You Think, They’re Actually Better

Now beyond the halfway point of the NFL season, the Philadelphia Eagles have the best record in the league at 8-1. Staff writer Richard Benites, who is an avid Eagles fan, yes even before this season,...
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Gauchos Fall to Pitt, Hope to Upset No. 16 Texas A&M in College Station

A tough second half proved to be the Gauchos demise against Pitt losing 70-62, but they have a quick turnaround facing the No. 16 Aggies on Friday.
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Sixth-Seeded Gauchos Look for Miracle Finish at GCC Championships

Throw the records out and let the conference tournament begin. The Gauchos will begin their run against No. 3 seed UC Irvine at 7 p.m. on Friday, November 17.
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Gauchos Late Rally Fails, Drops Road Match at Santa Clara

Down 11 in the fourth quarter, the Gauchos rallied to eventually cut the lead to three but their 21 turnovers were too much to overcome in a 68-63 loss dropping them to 1-1.
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UCSB Goes Head-to-Head With Pitt in Start of Progressive League Classic

The start of its most challenging portion of its non-conference season begins Wednesday when the UCSB men's basketball team takes on the University of Pittsburgh on the road.
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UCSB’s Road Journey Continues at Santa Clara

Time away from Santa Barbara continues as the UCSB women's basketball team will take on Santa Clara in hopes of improving to 2-0.
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Max Heidegger Sets Career High in UCSB’s Season Opener vs NDSU

Excitement filled the T-Dome as Head Coach Joe Pasternack and the Gauchos took on North Dakota State.
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Gauchos Use High Scoring Effort to Open Season With a Win

Despite being on the road, the UCSB women's basketball team stepped up when it mattered most in its season opener.
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Ruddins Leads Gauchos Past UC Irvine in Five-Set Marathon

UCSB's redshirt sophomore outside hitter Lindsey Ruddins posted her second career 30 kill game and was a big part of the Gauchos defeating UC Irvine 3-2.
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Pasternack and UCSB Men’s Basketball Set to Make Regular Season Debut

The moment that all UCSB men's basketball fans have been waiting on shall finally become a reality this Saturday when Head Coach Joe Pasternack and the Gauchos host North Dakota State in the Thunderdo...
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Women’s Basketball Opens Season On the Road Versus Northern Arizona

Following a 16-16 overall, 9-7 conference mark, the Gauchos will look to continue improving thanks to their new additions as well as returners to lock up a Big West Title this season.
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UCSB Prepares for Final Home Matches, Will Celebrate Seniors Saturday Night

After hosting UCI on Friday, the Gauchos host UC Davis Saturday in their home finale where they will honor senior captains Sydney Bast and Chanel Hoffman.
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Inconsistencies Limited the Gauchos’ Potential During its 2017 Campaign

Missing the Big West postseason for the second consecutive season, the UCSB women's soccer team finds itself with another lackluster finish to the year.
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