Gaucho baseball split the final two games of its three-game conference series with Long Beach State this weekend, pushing the team’s record to 17-17 overall and 4-5 in the Big West.
Home was good to Gaucho men’s tennis for the first time this season yesterday, as the #65 Gauchos defeated #48 Hawaii 5-2 for the team’s first home win of 2011.
In honor of Mark Bogard and his fitness column, AQB has been running every day for the past three weeks, minus the last two.
After three consecutive losses to national top-25 teams, the UCSB men’s tennis team finally breathed a sigh of relief after escaping with a 4-0 victory in its ITA Kickoff match against #62 Troy on Saturday.
No one ever said a top-40 finish was supposed to be easy.
I swear that there’s only one thing preventing me from achieving academic, social and general life perfection: effort.
Men’s Basketball After upsetting #22 UNLV in Vegas 68-62 on Dec. 15, the Gauchos (7-5 overall) went 2-2 in their remaining games over Winter Break, with wins against Cal Baptist and Fresno Pacific and losses to Long Beach and #7 San Diego State, which remains undefeated in 14 games this season. Against Long Beach State […]
How does one judge defense without the clear-cut statistics of other sports like baseball and basketball? The answer? Ask Gaucho seniors Sam Hayden and Michael Boxall.
Gaucho soccer received word of its NCAA tournament seeding Monday, when the selection committee announced that the team will face Denver in the first round at Harder Stadium this Thursday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m.
UCSB soccer captured its first ever Big West Championship on Saturday, taking out fourth-seeded Cal State Fullerton 3-1 in the conference championship game at Harder Stadium. The Gauchos scored early and often, tallying a pair of first-half goals. The first came in the 19th minute when sophomore midfielder Nic Ryan laid off a ball for […]