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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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A Sooner Song of Supremacy

The Oklahoma Sooners romped to a 13-2 victory over the Florida State Seminoles to win their seventh national championship.
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Women’s Basketball Looks to Turn Season Around

The Gauchos head toward their Big West with a record of 6-6 and hope for a revival against their conference opponents.
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Santa Barbara Shuts Down Farm in Epic Five-Game Match With Stanford

There are always two halves to every match: the match itself, and then the last play. The funny thing is that while the match is longer, the only thing that anyone ever remembers is the last play.
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Three-firric! Ward’s Three Vs. Westmont Leads UCSB; Gauchos Eke by Aztecs in Triple Overtime

Two teams waltzed into the Thunderdome expecting the Santa Barbara men's basketball team to lie down and die this past week. The Gauchos had other plans against Westmont and San Diego State.
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Santa Barbara Puts Jets On to Burn Sun Devils for Tourney Championship

The UCSB women's basketball team came out of the Arizona State Holiday Classic basketball tournament Thursday rejuvenated after scorching Kent State 68-53 and the host Sun Devils 76-66 in the champion...
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Santa Barbara Swamped in by UCLA Pressure After Leading at the Half

UCSB played its best performance of the season last night, coming within a whisker of upsetting the heavily favored UCLA squad in Pauley Pavilion.
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UCSB Hopes to Mangle San Antonio in Tourney’s Opening Round

The #14 Santa Barbara women's volleyball team will host the largest sporting event of UCSB's athletic season tonight, while squaring off with an unranked but dangerous Texas-San Antonio squad in the o...
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UCSB Runs Roadrunners Out of Town With Victory

Survive and advance. That is the motto every team must have in the NCAA Women's Volleyball Tournament. Thursday night in the Thunderdome, UCSB and Stanford did just that.
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