Sports

A Hopeful Future for US Soccer?

The hype surrounding the current crop of United States players is reaching heights unheard of in U.S. Soccer
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Gauchos Fall to 0-2 in Conference Play After Tough Loss to Anteaters

After a 21-10 third quarter advantage, Irvine easily cruised en-route to its 69-56 victory over Santa Barbara.
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Former Gaucho Shane Bieber Takes Home Coveted Cy Young Award

Bieber led or tied all other MLB pitchers this season with his outstanding performance in earned run average (ERA), strikeouts and wins
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Grading Every NBA Team’s 2020 Offseason Acquisitions: Part One

With the offseason almost coming to an end and training camps beginning on Dec. 4, let’s recap all the moves
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Despite Initial Backlash, Kaepernick’s Activism Enabled Athletes’ Voices

While he faced initial backlash, public opinion on athlete activism has largely shifted because of Kaepernick
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Oil Clasico: Qatar and Saudi Arabia’s Football Proxy War

By being associated with a newly successful team, ruling Gulf families hope to rid themselves of their damaging track record
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Gauchos Look To Build Off of Strong 2019-20 Campaign

UCSB will play a handful of nonconference games in November and December, and will open conference play on Dec. 27 against UC Irvine.
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UCSB Looks To Win First Conference Title Since 2011

The team will kick off their season on Dec. 27 against UC Irvine
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Tennis Coaches Speak on New Arnhold Tennis Center

 As of two weeks ago, construction of the new $5.25-million Arnhold Tennis Center is underway
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Lucky Number 13: Chronicling Rafael Nadal’s 13 French Open Titles in the Past 15 Years

Just earlier this month Nadal defeated Novak Djokovic 6-0, 6-2, 7-5 to defend his three consecutive titles and win his 13th French Open title
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Big West Releases Basketball Schedule for 2021 Season

Both UC Santa Barbara basketball teams will kick off conference play on Sunday, Dec. 27 against UC Irvine, with the women’s team hosting the Anteaters at the Thunderdome and the men traveling down t...
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Despite NBA’s Player Isolation Bubble Success, Model Remains Inaccessible for UCSB Sports

Through my research, I realized the underlying factors in place that made the NBA bubble possible do not translate into UCSB athletics
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UCSB Women’s Ultimate Recruiting for 2020-2021 Season

 The Burning Skirts will be holding a virtual information session this Tuesday, Oct. 6 from 8 to 9 p.m., and they encourage anyone with even a speck of interest to attend and hear more about their te...
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With World Cup Qualifying on the Horizon, How Does the USMNT Stack Up?

On paper, this American squad features more than enough talent to qualify for the 2022 world cup — and potentially even make a splash in the tournament
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Cannon Hosts Official UCSB Baseball Podcast

Cannon employs the “Gaucho 9” podcast to re-engage Gaucho fans, players and alumni
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