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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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2021 National Football League Preview

With many teams looking competitive to start the year, this NFL season looks to be an entertaining one.
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Men’s Soccer Back with a Bang

UC Santa Barbara men’s soccer is riding into this season off some recent success they are hoping to translate to this year’s team.
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United States Major Sports Took Major Victories at the Olympics

Every four years the Olympics give some of the United States’ best athletes a chance to compete for medals, some of the U.S. major sports are still being represented in the Olympics, like soccer, ba...
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USA Basketball faced unprecedented challenges at 2020 Olympics

At the 1992 Olympics held in Barcelona, Spain, NBA greats such as Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, and Larry Bird helped lead the United States to a gold medal in the first appearance of professional ba...
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Credit: Amberly Young

Blazing the Path for More United States Podiums

The United States has had major success in track and field. In recent years, however, the newspapers and headlines have turned their heads towards one of the greatest athletes of all time, Usain Bolt....
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The United States’ Path To Repeat With the Most Summer Olympic Gold Medals

The United States has been dominating at the Summer Olympics for years on end. This year looks to be the same case, as numerous U.S. athletes are heavy favorites for gold medals in Tokyo. 
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Michael McGreevy Taken 18th Overall; Two Other Gauchos Chosen in MLB Draft

Spanning Sunday, July 11 through Tuesday, July 13, the 2021 MLB draft marked another gradual step of the sports world returning to relative normalcy. Caveats were still undoubtedly present; the event ...
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Messi Drives Into the Copa America Semifinals as Ronaldo Spins Out of the Euros

Messi has led Argentina to the Copa America finals — the second biggest tournament for Argentina outside of the World Cup. On the other hand, Ronaldo has been knocked out of Europe’s biggest tourn...
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NCAA Athletes to Profit on Their Likeness After Supreme Court Ruling

The Supreme Court’s decision, although narrow in its reach, marks the initial step forward for those who wish to see collegiate athletes paid for their work.
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The Euro 2020 Is Finally Underway

Every four years in European soccer, there is an international break for club’s biggest stars to compete with their national teams to win the European championships.
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UCSB Baseball Receive a Numerous Amount of End of the Season Awards

With 11 all conference players, and most being freshman or sophomores it is easy to see the future within the program.
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Gauchos Play in the NCAA Regional Final, End Season 41-20

Although the UC Santa Barbara men’s baseball team finished as runners-up in the Big West, they still posted an impressive win percentage in a tough league. That was enough for the Gauchos to earn an...
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Time To Get on the Right Track: Gauchos Take on Riverside in a Turnaround Series

The Gauchos have faced some stout pitching in their previous five losses, so look for the bats to wake up in the upcoming series
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