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On the Road, UCSB Suffers First Loss Against Portland

The Gauchos are now 2-1 on the season after falling short against the Pilots in Portland.
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Gauchos to Face Portland and Seattle in First Set of Road Games

The Gauchos will be put to the test in their first series of road games this week, facing Portland and Seattle on their way through the Pacific Northwest.
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Early Success Continues, UCSB Defeats UC Riverside 3-1 at Home

The Gauchos continued their momentum on Sunday, defeating conference foe UC Riverside in a 3-1 performance, marking Vom Steeg's 250th career win.
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1-0 Gauchos Shut Out St. Johns for First Regular Season Victory

The Gauchos are now 1-0 in regular season play following their shutout win at home against St. John's on Friday.
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Gauchos Head Into Season with Redemption on the Mind

With new talent, more experience, and redemption on the line, men's Soccer has its eyes set on the big prize this season.
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Gauchos Shut Out Westmont 7-0 in Promising Exhibition Opener

UCSB Men's Soccer got things rolling with a 7-0 blowout exhibition win over Westmont on Saturday.
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Gauchos Offense Shines in Exhibition Opener Against Westmont

Shaelan Murison led the way for the UCSB women's soccer team scoring two goals and assisting on another helping to defeat Westmont, 5-1.
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World Cup 2018: High Expectations, Unpredictability, and Triumph

Staff Writer Omeed Soltanalipour reflects on the 2018 World Cup, and how its unpredictability made it unique.
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The 71 Year Old Man With the Cane, Ronaldo/Messi’s Fall, and the New Hero

With the World Cup in full swing, staff writer Omeed Soltanalipour covers some of the most exciting storylines thus far and gives his predictions for tomorrow's matches.
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Five Bold Predictions for the 2018 World Cup

Staff Writer Ryan Hykes brings in a fresh perspective to the 2018 World Cup being held in Russia this summer.
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UCSB Women’s Club Soccer Shines in Back-to-Back Fashion, Win 7th National Title With 3-0 Win Over Texas

Club athletes may not get the recognition the D-I athletes get on a regular basis, but that doesn't diminish their accolades, especially big ones like National Championships.
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The Secret Life of Jerseys: An Alum’s Quest to Rep UCSB Men’s Soccer

Life as a Gaucho doesn't last for just four years. Being a Gaucho last for a lifetime. Class of 1995 alum Mike Heid takes us through his journey for a UCSB men's soccer jersey.
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Inconsistencies Limited the Gauchos’ Potential During its 2017 Campaign

Missing the Big West postseason for the second consecutive season, the UCSB women's soccer team finds itself with another lackluster finish to the year.
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A Triumph at Harder: Gauchos Upset by UCR in First Round

When all was said and done, the UCSB men's soccer team could really only blame itself following its loss to UCR Wednesday night.
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Men’s Soccer Hosts UC Riverside in Big West First-Round Bout

The UCSB men’s soccer regular season has come to a conclusion and postseason has arrived with a first-round match versus UCR who it beat earlier this year, 3-1.
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