Hollenbeck Named AVCA Coach of the Year

The UC Santa Cruz men’s volleyball team wasn’t satisfied just making it into the top three rankings of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA)....

OPERS Budget in Question

Last quarter, the Office of Physical Education, Recreation and Sports (OPERS) at UC Santa Cruz eliminated the positions of athletic director and head of...

Slug Basketball Returns

The men and women’s basketball teams held their opening day doubleheader on Nov. 15 as both teams looked to start strong and improve on last year’s records.

A Brotherhood Built on the Hardwood

Triplets Matthew, Tyler and Jared Ponce have found a home at UCSC and are bringing a strong family presence to the men’s basketball team.

A Balancing Act

Two of the most loyal Slug fans are also the tiniest — 4-year old Hazel and 7-year-old Frances. Hazel likes when she can get...

Slugs Look to Defend League Title

Men’s lacrosse tries to repeat season to earn berth to national tournament

Skippy Retiring This Summer

When Kevin “Skippy” Givens came to UC Santa Cruz for a national Frisbee freestyle tournament in 1979, he didn’t expect it to be his...

Women’s Basketball Makes History

For the first time in school history, UC Santa Cruz women’s basketball qualified for the NCAA Division III championship. This will be the only...

95 Miles of Mayhem

Strobelights, Super Smash Brothers and 167,200 yards of swimming dominated the campus pool for 24 hours on Oct. 1 through Oct. 2 as the...

UCSC Men’s Basketball Cultivates Winning Attitude

When asked to describe UC Santa Cruz men’s basketball coach Ron DuBois, guard Marshal Arnwine Jr. and forward James Townsend both called him “motivating.” With the motivation of DuBois propelling the team toward the start of the season, the Slugs try to embrace their coach’s philosophy, style and ethics, believing it will translate to wins and a shot at the NCAA tournament.


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