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As Showcase Comes Home, Gauchos Left Wondering What Could Have Been

KCSB contributor Arthur Wilkie dissects what the Gauchos need to do in order to not just host the College Cup in 2020 but also participate.
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Dominant Defense Strives to Bring Championship Title Home to Indiana

The Hoosiers and the Terps are well-acquainted with one another as they have met twice already this season, with Indiana emerging victorious both times.
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How the Terps Made it to the Final Four

After a five-year drought, the University of Maryland men’s soccer team has again arrived at the College Cup.
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Spartans Sharpen Spears for First Final Four Appearance in 50 Years

Half a century in the making, the Spartans have finally earned another trip back to the Final Four in the 2018 edition of the all-coveted College Cup Playoff.
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Zips Aim to Continue Decade of Success with a Championship Finish

Omar Hernandez takes a look back at the long road Akron has had this year on its way to yet another College Cup appearance.
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Bright Road Ahead as College Cup Returns to “Soccer Heaven”

This week, thousands of fans will pour into Harder Stadium to watch a new NCAA men’s soccer champion be crowned.
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Akron Hopes for Second Cinderella Finish in ‘Soccer Heaven’

The last time Akron was in Santa Barbara for a College Cup the Zips won their first title in program history. This year, Akron will hope to repeat its good fortune in more ways than one.
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Vom Steeg’s Strong Will Brings College Cup Back to a University Campus

Head Coach Tim Vom Steeg discusses the importance of the College Cup returning to Santa Barbara, not just for the community but for college soccer as well.
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Gauchos Pick Up Second Win of the Season Against Grand Canyon

Looking to gain some steam heading into conference season, the women's basketball team took down the Grand Canyon Antalopes 66-55.
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Huskies Outlast UCSB in Non-Conference Thriller

Behind a strong performance by Tacoma native Armond Davis, the Gauchos almost pulled off an upset up north against the Washington Huskies.
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Pivotal Non-Conference Games Await Gauchos Thursday, Saturday

The men's basketball team faces their toughest stretch of the year as they are set to play Sacramento State and the University of Washington.
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UCSB Earns Invite to NIVC Tournament, Faces Fresno St.

After being selected to compete in the NIVC Tournament, the Gauchos will travel to Las Vegas for a first-round match up against Fresno State.
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Proposal For a Smaller, More-Balanced NBA

Staff writer Spencer Ault voices his proposal for a cutback of NBA teams, from 30 to 24.
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Freshman Setter Olivia Lovenburg’s Immediate Impact

Olivia Lovenberg has been dominant in her first year on the UCSB women's volleyball team, even earning a place on the Big West All-Freshman team. Staff writer Jake Ciccone explains how she got to that...
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Reuben Foster Signed, NFL Remains Complicit to Domestic Violence

Staff writer Brandon Victor expresses his disgust at the recent signing of NFL player Reuben Foster by the Washington Redskins.
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