Gauchos overpowered by top-seeded Baylor

The madness that comes with the NCAA Tournament wouldn’t effect the first-round women’s basketball game between UCSB and top-seeded and undefeated … [Read more...]

Gaucho women change script on Tigers, reach Big West title game

ANAHEIM – With its season on the line, the UC Santa Barbara women's basketball team played its best game of the year and punched its ticket to the Big … [Read more...]

SCOUTING REPORT: UC Santa Barbara’s Orlando Johnson

PLAYER: Orlando Johnson SCHOOL: UCSB CLASS: Senior HEIGHT: 6'5" WEIGHT: 205 POSITION: Guard/Forward DATE: March 8, 2012 OPPONENT: Pacific … [Read more...]

ESPN uses UCSB teacher to weigh in on Jeremy Lin craze

Sameer Pandya is a literature and creative writing teacher at UC Santa Barbara currently working on a book about Asian-Americans and sports. The … [Read more...]

Casebeer, Bruins aim to win 20th national title for Scates

Santa Barbara will always be a special place for legendary UCLA men’s volleyball coach Al Scates. Scates, who is retiring at the end of this … [Read more...]

BracketBuster matchups set, Gauchos travel to Utah State

The UCSB men’s basketball team will travel to Utah State on Saturday, Feb. 18 for a Sears BracketBuster game, it was announced Monday.  The game will … [Read more...]

Gauchos stumble in conference opener

UCSB dropped its first conference match of the season on Friday night, losing to Pacific 3-1 (25-22, 25-21, 20-25, 25-13) at Rob Gym. Coming into … [Read more...]

UCSB brings on new assistant AD for Sports Performance

UCSB Athletics is pleased to announce that Robert "Chip" Schaefer, who was a part of 11 National Basketball Association championship teams in Chicago … [Read more...]