Sports

ESPN Uses Pit-Stop to Solidify Ties With Athletic Director, Gaucho Sports

When one of the most powerful sports networks visits a campus they haven't frequented for five years, it make sure its presence is felt again.
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Men’s Basketball Amps Up for Televised Battle Versus Long Beach State

The UCSB men's basketball team will square off tonight against conference nemesis Long Beach State in the Thunderdome at 9. The game will be televised across the country by ESPN, arguably the premier ...
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Santa Barbara Breezes by Pacific While Dominating All Across Board

The UCSB men's swimming team turned in a dominating performance at Campus Pool on Saturday over the University of Pacific.
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Women’s Basketball Crunch Cal Poly to Break Big West Win Record

After destroying Cal Poly 74-48 to improve to 8-6 and 2-0 in conference this past Saturday, the Gauchos won their 44th consecutive Big West game to break the conference record in smashing style.
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Men’s Volleyball Trashes Tritons in Conference Opener; Slugs are Next to be Slugged

On Saturday the Gauchos poured into the RIMAC Arena where they dusted off UC San Diego in a 30-20, 30-24, 30-24 victory, leaving the Tritons thirsty for more in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation ...
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Men’s Basketball Succumbs to Anteaters on Road at End of Long Trip

The Gauchos (5-8, 2-1 in the Big West) fell to the Anteaters (11-2, 3-0) for their first loss in Big West competition before 3,084 spectators.
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Men’s Basketball Prepares for Big West Showdown With Titans

The Gauchos are looking for a streak that they have been unable to accomplish all year: the attempt to win three games in a row.
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Men’s Basketball Slays Titans in 74-71 Win

After blowing a double-digit lead against CSUF and allowing the Titans to recapture the lead in the final minute, Santa Barbara (5-7, 2-0 in the Big West) took over with key plays from its young veter...
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This Just In: Professioal Basketball Less Interesting Than Budweiser Frogs Mating

The National Basketball Association's season is a couple of weeks away from a much-needed pit stop at midseason. And there's already trouble brewing again in Washington, this time about available fan ...
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Men’s Volleyball Looks to Keep Momentum With Win Over UCSD

On Jan. 13, the Gauchos will travel south to San Diego to face University of California-San Diego in the season opener. Because UCSD does not have a Division I program, the Gauchos have to be careful ...
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2000 UCSB Women’s Volleyball Review

In a season that began with low expectations from the public, the UCSB women's volleyball team made believers out of everyone.
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Lady Gauchos Wallop Titans in Big West Opener

The UCSB women's basketball team sank Cal State Fullerton 74-51 at Titan Gym.
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Men’s Volleyball Stomps Bruins to Claim E-Bar Tournament

Although you couldn't hear elephants stampede in the Thunderdome last week, plenty of noise was made by the fifth-ranked UCSB men's volleyball team, who left their large tracks behind, warning their f...
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Women’s Volleyball Unable to Prevail Against Hawai’i, Narrowly Missing Trip to Final Four

How does the UCSB women's volleyball team follow up a gigantic home victory over Stanford in the second round of the NCAA Tournament? Travel to Hawai'i, upset Minnesota and advance to the Elite Eight.
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Men’s Basketball Drops Bombs on Loyola Marymount, Boise State

Santa Barbara finished December with a bang by crunching Loyola Marymount 85-69 at the Thunderdome. The Gauchos followed up their last win of non-conference play with a come-from-behind Big West openi...
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