Big West Sports Update: Fall Sports Postponed Until at Least End of Calendar Year

In the statement, the Big West Conference noted that a decision of whether these sports will be played in the spring will occur at a later date.
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Marella To Swim Ten Miles for COVID Relief

Rather than donate to a countrywide organization, Marella has opted to raise funds for Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara County.
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After Years of Disaster, Rejuvenated Manchester United Shows Signs of Life

Wednesday’s performance was a blueprint to future success for Manchester United.
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UCSB Intramural Faces No Lag in Building Out Successful ESports Program

Despite a pre-COVID reluctance, the Intramural team seems to have embraced ESports
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Beration, Bullying, and Intimidation: “The Last Dance” Reveals Jordan’s Problematic Leadership Style

Don’t praise Jordan’s self-aggrandizing, intimidation-based leadership, or excuse it as “the cost of winning.”
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It’s (Maybe) Back: What To Watch for in the Bundesliga

Here's what to watch for when the Bundesliga returns — which could happen as early as May.
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Season Recap: Red-Hot Gauchos Tie for Second Place in Big West

Before the season was cancelled, the Gauchos looked poised to make a postseason run this season.
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BREAKING: Big West Basketball Tournament Cancelled, Spring Sports Indefinitely Suspended

The move comes after all Power five conferences — the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, and SEC — cancelled their respective conference tournaments early Thursday morning.
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Miller’s Game-Winner Propels Gauchos Into Second Place

Despite only scoring 9 points on the night, Miller hit one of the biggest shots of her career on Wednesday.
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Red-Hot Gauchos Blow Out Highlanders in Third-Straight Victory

After defeating Cal State Northridge on Thursday, the UC Santa Barbara women’s basketball team turned in one of its most dominant performances of the season on Saturday, blowing out UC Riverside 65-...
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23-4 Run Propels Gauchos Past Matadors

The Gauchos ripped off a 23-4 run, opening up a 17-point lead that the team would never lose en-route to a 65-60 victory over Cal State Northridge (CSUN).
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UCSB To Face CSUN, UCR in Key Conference Matchups

With a logjam in the middle of the standings, UCSB will need to string together a win streak if it hopes to improve its seeding for the conference tournament.
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Gauchos Split Difficult Road Trip, Move Into Fourth Place

For the fifth time during conference play, the UCSB women’s basketball team split their games this past week, falling to Long Beach State 53-59 on Thursday before beating Cal State Northridge 65-55 ...
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UCSB Travels South For Crucial Conference Games

With two difficult road matchups on tap this week, UCSB will need to be locked in for 80 minutes straight if the team hopes to maneuver its way up to third place in the conference.
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Poor Second Quarter Dooms Gauchos Against Rainbow Wahine

In one of their poorest single-quarter performances of the season, the ‘Chos only scored 3 points in the entire quarter, with the team going 1-10 from the floor
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