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Gauchos Remain Winless After Three Tough Losses in Annual Thunderdome Classic

UCSB is now 0-9 on the season after suffering three losses in its annual tournament, the Thunderdome Classic, to Yale, No. 19 USC and Arkansas.
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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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Strong Defensive Effort Secures Gauchos First Road Victory of the Season

An early goal from senior forward Amanda Ball was enough to help the Gauchos secure a close 1-0 victory at San Jose State to begin the year 2-0.
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Gauchos Begin 5-Game Road Trip at San Jose State

UCSB hopes to keep the momentum up when they travel to Spartan Soccer Complex for its first road test of the season.
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Enthusiastic Gauchos Host Idaho in Reg. Season Opener

Head Coach Paul Stumpf and his UCSB team is ready to put away the misfortunes of last seasons and begin fresh against Idaho tonight at Harder.
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Women’s Soccer Kicks Off Hopeful 2017 Campaign Hosting Westmont & North Texas in Exhibitions

The UCSB women’s soccer team will be the first returning to the field of play as it hosts two exhibition matches at Harder Stadium this week beginning with Westmont tonight.
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UCSB Crew Making Waves, Men & Women Claim National Championships

Competing across the country and often against NCAA Division II schools, UCSB has made a serious name for itself in the collegiate rowing scene.
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No Prior Experience Necessary: Matt Kuskey’s Unique Journey to the NCAA Finals

Most Division-I athletes have been excelling in their sport for years, but in the case of Matthew Kuskey, his transition to becoming one of the best Javelin throwers in college was a short one.
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2017 Nexus Sports Awards – Best Sports Moment of the Year

Some moments in sports are things we will never forget, and a team winning its first conference championship in nearly 20 years is one of those moments.
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2017 Nexus Sports Awards – Best Record Breaking Performance & Most Unexpected Team

One of the best things to witness in sports is record-breaking performances and watching a team outperform expectations.
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2017 Nexus Sports Awards – Final Farewell: Morgan Mays & Tori Usgaard Prevail as Senior Standouts

Being a Division-I athlete is one of the hardest things to do in any sport, and these two captured the essence of being a competent athlete all throughout their collegiate careers especially their sen...
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2017 Nexus Sports Awards – Men’s Tennis and Women’s Tennis Claim Big West Titles Once Again

After dominating the Big West for a second straight year, both UCSB tennis teams sweep through the Nexus Sports Teams of the Year Awards.
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2017 Nexus Sports Awards – Welcome to the Next Level: Armani Smith & Lindsey Ruddins Named “Nexus” Freshmen of the Year

Freshman don't produce, right? WRONG! Armani Smith and Lindsey Ruddins helped lead each of their teams despite being new to the collegiate scene.
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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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