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“Man Up”: Sports’ Complex Role in Addressing Mental Health

Sports Co-Editor Omar Hernandez analyzes the unique place that sports holds in the mental health conversation currently igniting the public discourse, and how it fits into larger systems of inequality...
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The Boy’s Club: Being a Woman in a Male-Dominated Sport

Assistant Opinion Editor Hannah Jackson revisits her childhood Karate Classes, and how being part of such a gendered sport impacted the formation of her identity.
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Heidegger Talks Overcoming Adversity On & Off The Court

Editor-In-Chief Jorge Mercado sat down with breakout UCSB basketball star Max Heidegger to talk about the balancing act of being a D1 athlete.
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Black Tide: Ultimately More Than a Club

Staff writer Andrew Strauss talked with the captains of the UCSB men's club ultimate frisbee team and found out why Black Tide feels closer to a family than most clubs.
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Season in the Books: Gauchos Score Four Players on All-Big West Conference Teams

Although it was a bumpy ride, the UCSB softball team finished off the year strong with a victory over rival Cal Poly. The Gauchos also had four players selected to All-Big West teams.
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UCSB Drops Series Against Rival Mustangs

The Gauchos were not able to put an end to their end of the season slide as they dropped the first two games of the series against the Cal Poly Mustangs.
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Gauchos Head to SLO for Match Against Blue-Green Rival Cal Poly

Despite officially being out of contention for a postseason berth, the Gauchos sill have a lot to play for as they head down to SLO to take on the Mustangs.
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Gauchos Fall to USC in NCAA Tournament

Despite coming up short against USC in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the Gauchos will have all but one of their starters back for next season.
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Gauchos Cross Blue Line with Winningest Season in UCSB History

After being reinstated for only three years, the UCSB club hockey team has a championship to show for it.
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Breaking Down the Fan-Favorite Players of the NBA Playoffs

With the playoffs in full swing, staff writer Jake Ciccone breaks down some of the most entertaining and at times kooky players in the NBA postseason.
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Gauchos Finish Strong, Take Series to Close Out Uphill Season

The last series of the year provided a silver lining for the UCSB Softball team as they took two out of three from their rivals the Cal Poly Mustangs.
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Freshman 10: Maci Fines’ Transition To The College Game

Staff writer Annika Pearson sat down with freshman Maci Fines to talk about the short stop's adjustment to the collegiate level and her lessons learned along the way.
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UCSB In Must-Win Situation, Heads To Long Beach

As they head into the latter part of the conference season the Gauchos now find themselves in a must-win situation if they hope to advance into postseason play. They head down to Long Beach to take do...
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Conf. Champion Gauchos Look To Shock No. 10 USC

After a successful season, the Gauchos are set to face USC in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
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Gauchos Look To Close Out Season Strong Against Cal Poly

Despite an underwhelming season, UCSB softball looks to re-group at home for the Gauchos' final series against Cal Poly.
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