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A Refreshing Change of Scenery: UCSB’s Conference Turnaround

The Gauchos decision to change conferences this past year might have hurt some feelings and strained some relationships, but there is no doubt that there decision to move, was the right one.
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Cavs Remain NBA’s Royal Team With James’s and Irving’s Guidance

As the leader of Cleveland's success in bringing "The Land" its first NBA title in franchise history last season, LeBron James and the Cavs have Sports Editor Sean White sold on the notion of them bei...
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To Silence the Voice of the Voiceless?

It's hard being an athlete but it's only made harder when you have critics are constantly trying to silence your voice.
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Cubs Win World Series, End 108 Years of Torment

After 108 years, the curse is over and the Cubs are winners again.
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A Timely Save: Rogers’ Impactful Presence

Entering her collegiate career as the backup behind four players, the journey of UCSB women's soccer goalkeeper junior Brittney Rogers has required much patience. After red-shirting and not playing ma...
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Steady Attack: Hoffman’s Gradual Ascension

Junior outside hitter Chanel Hoffman has had one of the more productive careers of any UCSB women's volleyball player thus far despite some big obstacles standing in her way.
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The “Diva” Charade: Is OBJ its Next Victim?

With much debate surrounding the recent sideline antics of New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., Sports Editor Sean White expresses his standpoint on the conversation as to whether or not t...
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How Klopp Made Liverpool Contenders in Less than a Year

Five games into the next season, now led by Jurgen Klopp—a genius of high-pressing football and a cultural icon that seems to breathe belief and hope into LFC and it’s fans—and the Reds are flyi...
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NLDS Showdown Set, Giants and Mets Set to Square Off

Wednesday's NL-wild card game between the San Francisco Giants and New York Mets will be the ultimate matchup in which both teams have the chance to advance and face the Chicago Cubs.
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“Rebirth”: New Orleans’ Sign of Hope Revisited

Steve Gleason’s famous punt block, which has now become a symbol of resiliency post-Katrina for the Saints and New Orleans, celebrated its ten-year anniversary this past Monday.
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NFL Hall of Fame Nominees Announced; Top 3 RBs

After the recent release of the NFL Hall of Fame's Class of 2017 nominations, Sports Editor Sean White keys in on the running back position specifically and forms a Top 3 list of ball carriers that sh...
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Lakers Finalize Training Camp Site at UCSB

UCSB will welcome Laker Nation to its campus for the team's training camp scheduled to take place from Sept. 27-Oct. 2.
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College Football Opening Weekend Preview

College football returns this weekend with a slate of Top-25 matchups to look forward too, headlined by No. 1 Alabama and No. 20 USC.
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Former Gaucho Swim Captain Makes Olympic Debut as Kayaker

Former Gaucho swimmer Maggie Hogan has made the U.S. Olympic team for the first team in her career, however, not as a swimmer, but as a Kayaker instead.
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Former Gaucho Track Star Aims for the Podium at Debut Olympics

Former Gaucho track star Barbara Nwaba has come a long way since winning a Big West title and will now show off her talents on the biggest stage: the 2016 Olympics.
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