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Gauchos Nearly Have Game-Winner Sink, Suffer 56-55 Loss to LBSU in Big West Championship

The quest for its 15th Big West title for the UCSB women's basketball team was ended over the weekend as the Gauchos were edged in their loss to Long Beach State.
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UCSB Pulls Off Upset Over No. 1 Seed UC Davis, Face LBSU on Saturday in Big West Championship

The UCSB women's basketball team continues to inch closer to claiming its 15th Big West title after defeating UC Davis. It will face Long Beach State in the conference final.
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Porter Etches Name in UCSB and Big West History in UCSB Quarterfinal Win Over UCR

Big-time player show up in big-time games. Redshirt sophomore guard Sarah Porter did just that for the UCSB women's basketball team with a career and Big West record setting performance in the team's ...
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Breaking: Bob Williams Will Not Return as UCSB Men’s Basketball Head Coach

The university has not yet released the names of any potential candidates to replace Williams.
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No. 15 Gauchos Sweeps No. 11 Matadors For Big Confidence Boost

Backs against the wall and winless against a ranked opponent, the UCSB men's volleyball team came up with a huge win on Wednesday in Rob Gym.
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Uncharted Destiny: Toler & Porter Find Best Fit in UCSB

Any amount of time spent away from a sport is one of the most difficult experiences a student-athlete can endure. Forced to sit out due to the NCAA's transfer rules was both Drea Toler and Sarah Porte...
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UCSB Aims To Extend Five-Game Win Streak, Hosts Gaucho Classic I

After nearly a month since the start of the new season, the UCSB softball team will finally play a home stretch as it hosts the Gaucho Classic I this weekend at Campus Diamond.
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Why the MLB Needs to Embrace Its ‘Un-American’ Cultural Divide

Baseball holds the title of 'America's game' but a shift to its standards is occurring from the continuous influence of Latino and Hispanic players. Staff writer Omar Hernandez explains his take on th...
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No. 10-T Gauchos Travel To Sonoma St Before Beginning Conference Play Versus No. 13 UC Davis

UCSB went up two spots in the national rankings three wins on the weekend and will look to continue its momentum at Sonoma State on Thursday and Big West Rival UC Davis on Saturday.
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Gauchos Hope To Outpace Cougar Pack While On The Road In Utah

It has been an uncharacteristic start for the UCSB baseball team as its looks to overcome last weekend's sweep heading into its series at BYU.
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UCSB Track & Field Hopeful For Another First Place Finish

Fresh off of back-to-back meet victories, the UCSB men's and women's track & field team will hope to continue its recent streak of success at the Ben Brown Invitational this weekend.
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Men’s Tennis Remains in Santa Barbara to Host Baylor and New Mexico

UCSB’s pair of weekend matchups will be the final two games of its four-match home stand. Men’s tennis is 1-1 when playing at home thus far.
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Gauchos Looking To Break .500 Mark in Pair of Home Matches

The Gauchos' home stand continues this week as they will host San Diego on Thursday and Denver on Friday.
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No. 15 UCSB Looks For Signature Win Versus No. 11 CSUN

The Gauchos will look to defeat the Matadores in their first game at home in two weeks.
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Even Year Magic Against All Odds

The even-year streak ended last year with the Cubs winning the world series, but Giants fans can never forget the magical run.
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