Sports

UCSB Swimming Looks for a Strong Finish to the Season

Kyle Brill dominated with a first-place finish. Another freshman standout, Taber daCosta, finished second in the 1650-yard freestyle. Senior Kian Brouwer, junior Dominic Falcon and sophomore Corban Mc...
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Attendance Policy Remains Unchanged

However, now that some students will be returning to campus, the athletic department’s choices have become more complicated. UCSB will need to make a decision soon, as the men’s basketball team pl...
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Women’s Basketball Carries 5-Game Winning Streak Into 2022

The Gauchos have managed to string together a 5-game win streak. During the streak, UC Santa Barbara has dominated their opponents, winning the games by no less than 8 points and beating Bethesda Univ...
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Men’s Basketball Begins Win Streak Before Christmas

After losing two games on the road, the UC Santa Barbara men’s basketball team came back to the Thunderdome and was able to string together consecutive wins. The Gauchos’ victories against the Flo...
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UCSB Men’s Basketball Team Falls in Loss to Texas Arlington

Senior forward Amadou Sow continued his strong start to the season with a game-high 23 points while shooting an efficient 66.7% from the field. In addition, Sow was able to grab 7 rebounds, and junior...
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Women’s Soccer Comes up Short in Big West Tournament

Leading up to the contest, the Gauchos were in a tough stretch of games as they started October with a draw, then a three-game win streak. From that point on, they lost to their rival Cal Poly, then t...
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UCSB Men’s Soccer Comes to a Close After a Successful Bid Into the NCAA Tournament

The first-round matchup was all we were able to see as the talented UCLA Bruins men’s soccer team was able to beat the Gauchos by a score of 2-1. The Bruins were riding high coming into the matchup ...
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​​UCSB Women’s Volleyball in Prime Position To Steal First Place

In the first loss of this three-game stretch, the Gauchos were outplayed in each facet as they committed 28 errors to Cal Poly’s 25 errors and had only 41 kills as opposed to the Mustangs’ 56.  
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Dominate Opening Season Win for the Gauchos

The UC Santa Barbara men’s basketball team opened the season 1-1 with a 119-65 home opening victory against the San Francisco State Gators and a 73-65 road loss against the Washington State Cougars....
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Men’s Soccer Downs UCI for Big West Conference Championship

Offensive opportunities from both sides were few and far between in the first 15 minutes of the match, but the deadlock was finally broken by freshman attacker Ramses Martinez’s solo attempt, nettin...
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Successful End of the Season Finish

Leading the men once again was fifth-year Nick Randazzo, who came off his second-place finish at Big West Conference Championships with vengeance. His time of 30:15.6 in the 10K landed him in 20th pla...
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Tough Early Season Test for UCSB Basketball Team

The Gauchos look to bounce back on Saturday for a matinee affair with the Chicago State Cougars back at the Thunderdome. They look to replicate the same success they had in the season opener against S...
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Gaucho Sets New Cross Country Course Record

UC Santa Barbara runner Nick Randazzo set a new course record at the Santa Clara Bronco Invitational on Oct. 16, winning the race by 16 seconds in a dominant performance. The previous record for the 8...
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Ultimate Fighting Championship 167 Card

This past weekend, the Ultimate Fighting Championship returned to the sandy shores of Fight Island for the first time since January of this year to put on another amazing card of fights. The Ultimate ...
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Men’s Cross Country Team Takes First at Big West Championship

Cross country, one of the hardest yet most underrated D1 sports at UC Santa Barbara, had a great weekend at the Big West Championships, with the men’s team taking first overall. Five of the nine com...
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