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Behind the Seams: SDSU’s Chad Bible Won’t Allow Cancer to Strikeout His Dreams

UCSB junior second baseman Colton Burns believes he understands what has motivated the Aztecs to turn it around this year and his name is Chad Bible.
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Gauchos Thriving Off Current 7-Match Win Streak, Hold No. 2 Seed in Big West Tournament

The road to repeat as Big West conference champs begin this week for UCSB who holds the No. 2 seed headed into the tournament.
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UCSB Gears Up for Summer Basketball Camps

Hoping to reestablish a winning culture both ona dn off the court, the UCSB men's basketball program revealed the significance of putting on events such as its upcoming summer camps.
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Abolishing the NFL Draft: Resisting the Shield’s Flawed System for Incoming Players

In honor of the 2017 NFL Draft beginning today, staff writer Spencer Ault gives his take regarding why the entire drafting system should be ended and give more control to the rookies preparing for the...
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UCSB Unfazed by Regular Season, Looks for Fresh Start in Conference Tournament Vs. LBSU Friday

Despite going 0-5 in conference play this season, UCSB is still poised to defend its Big West crown now that the Big West tournament is set to commence this week.
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UCSB Bests CSUB 6-4 in Midweek Home Victory

The UCSB baseball team improved their record to 18-20 Tuesday afternoon once it completed comeback 6-4 win against Cal State Bakersfield.
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Meta Mock Draft: 2017 First-Round NFL Draft Broken Down

Staff Writer Richard Benites randomly selected the mock drafts of 25 of today’s top sports world analysts and isolated their popular majority per player and per draft pick. Let's have some fun.
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No. 42 UCSB Topples Rival Cal Poly 5-2, Clinch No. 1 Seed For Big West Tournament

UCSB secured its 10th straight Big West conference victory after defeating green rival Cal Poly in the regular season finale on Saturday.
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Women’s Tennis Wins Final Seven Games of Regular Season After Defeating Cal Poly 4-1 in Finale

In the final match of the regular season, the No. 48 UCSB women’s tennis team was able to beat the rival Cal Poly Mustangs at home by a final score of 4-1.
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Gauchos Take Two From Long Beach To Maintain Conference Standing

After a loss in game one, the Gauchos rallied to win games two and three to help keep them in the race for a Big West championship.
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Gauchos End Season Winless in Conf. Play For the First Time in Program History

It was an underwhelming finish to its regular season campaign for the No. 14 UCSB women's water polo team as its loss to CSUN resulted in an 0-5 Big West record for the year.
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Gauchos even series with 5-2 victory over Long Beach State

Despite dropping the opening game of its series, the UCSB softball team bounced back with a victory in Game 2.
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Gauchos Refuse to Let Game Two Slip Away, Rally For a 6-5 Victory

After blowing a five-run lead in the top of the seventh, the Gauchos responded by scoring the winning run in the bottom half of the frame and hanging onto the narrow 6-5 victory.
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UCSB Drops Game One Against SDSU 5-3

The Gauchos dropped game one of its three-game set against the Aztecs earlier today by a final tally of 5-3.
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Johnston Plays Hero in Gauchos Walk-Off Victory

Home field continues to work in the UCSB softball team's favor as it improved to 13-4 at Campus Diamond after a narrow 2-1 victory over Fresno State.
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