Gauchos Split Last Two Games Against Colgate and Stanford

The Gauchos took their first loss of the season last Monday against a nationally ranked Stanford, with the team struggling in the first half being outshot 10 to 1.
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Messi and PSG’s Staggering Summer Transfers

With the dust settling from Lionel Messi’s historic transfer from his boyhood club, Barcelona, to nine-time French champions Paris Saint-Germain, it is likely that many are starting to come to terms...
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UCSB Health and Wellness Hosts COVID-19 Information Stations in Isla Vista

The program is built off of the department’s initial goal to distribute masks and hand sanitizer to I.V. residents. Since then, the founders realized that many people were unaware of current COVID-1...
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UCSB To Bring Current Freshman Back to Campus for 2nd Year Summer Program

Students will live in doubles, with mixers and discussion sections held in person.
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Gauchos Hold Off Late Matador Resurgence in Home Win

The Gauchos came out in the first half in good form, stringing together effective passes on quick breaks to dismantle the Matador defense
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Gauchos Win Blue-Green Rivalry Game in Energetic Late Comeback

With the shooting capabilities from the likes of Muntari, the Gauchos look to be in a decent position.
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