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UCSB Secures Victory in Opening Game of Hawaii Series

The Gauchos managed to strike first in the win column of its series against Hawaii following the continued dominance of slugger Austin Bush.
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Deeper Than Hoops: Gabe Vincent Stands With UCSB

UCSB men's basketball star Gabe Vincent expresses his emotions regarding the three-year anniversary of the tragedy that took place on May 23, 2014.
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Life Goes On: UCSB Baseball Reflects on Return to I.V. Post-Tragedy

Three years ago, the UCSB baseball team came back to a different type of I.V. then the one they left after the tragedy on May 23rd which affected everyone.
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Morgan, Freund Set to Face No. 3 Florida in First Round of the NCAA Doubles Championship

Despite the team being knocked out a couple weeks ago, Morgan Mays and Simon Freund will team up one last time in hopes of making some noise in the NCAA doubles championships.
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Eleven Gauchos Qualify to NCAA West Regionals for Third Consecutive Year

UCSB will once again have 11 Gauchos compete in the events set to take place at the University of Texas on Thursday in hopes of a top-12 finish to land a spot in the NCAA Final.
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Gauchos Travel to Hawaii for Regular Season Finale

Entering its final regular season series, the UCSB baseball team seeks to salvage up some victories to conclude what has been an underwhelming campaign in its road trip to Hawaii.
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Season In Review: UCSB Softball

After two losses in the NISC tournament, marking its return to postseason play, the UCSB softball team's season has officially come to an end.
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Work Hard Play Hard: Kayte’s Journey Beyond College Life and Basketball Stardom at UCSB

Kayte Christensen will be honored at 2017 Santa Barbara Court of Champions, but her journey to becoming one of best athletes/human being in general to come from the UCSB program has been a very tellin...
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Changing the Culture: How Mays Helped Shape an Elite Tennis Program

Although the UCSB men's tennis team had its 2016-17 campaign recently ended, the impact of team captain and senior Morgan Mays will forever be etched in the program's return to dominance in the Big We...
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Ball Is Life. But Could LaVar Be Detrimental to Lonzo’s NBA Career?

Once again, LaVar Ball broke the Internet this week and it's about time that our Sports Co-Editor provides his take on the role the father play's as his son Lonzo prepares for the NBA Draft.
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UCSB Looks to Play Spoiler Against Blue-Green Rival Cal Poly

With nothing but pride on the line, the Gauchos are looking to upset their longtime rival Cal Poly in its final home series of the season.
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UCSB Ends Historic Season With 11th-Place Finish at NCAA Regional

After five tournament titles, including a Big West championship, an NCAA Regional appearance and a whole lot of individual accolades, the 2016-17 UCSB golf team finally ends its historic season with a...
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Season Review: UCSB Women’s Tennis Repeats as Big West Champs

Despite early season struggles, the UCSB women's tennis team made a few changes midway through the year which helped it get its groove back en route to its second straight Big West championship.
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Bush, Muno Help UCSB Ding USC 6-5

Juniors Austin Bush and J.J. Muno both hit a home run in Wednesday's game against USC helping UCSB score the 6-5 road victory.
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Gauchos Begin Postseason Run in NISC Tournament Against Nevada

In the first game of their well-deserved postseason run, the Gauchos will meet Nevada on Tuesday, May 16, with the first pitch being set for 4 p.m.
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