Women’s Teams Headed to NCAA Tournament

Last summer four UC Santa Cruz women’s programs — basketball, soccer, tennis and volleyball — made the move from independent teams to the Great...

Running at Lightspeed

Theron Carmichael was baking cookies for some of his close friends on Valentine’s Day when his phone rang. He didn’t recognize the number, and...

Women’s Basketball Beats La Verne

The UC Santa Cruz women’s basketball team made a comeback to beat the La Verne Leopards 71-51 in the UCSC Holiday Classic on Dec....

Women’s Basketball Falls at NCAA Tournament

Amid uncertainty of winning an NCAA tournament invitation, UC Santa Cruz women’s basketball was the only team in the country out of 13 independent...

Upper East Field Now Open for Limited Hours

The Office of Physical Education, Recreation and Sports (OPERS) announced on Feb. 19 that the Upper East Field will be opened for limited hours,...

Shredding Barriers

The UC Santa Cruz Competitive Surfing Club hosted tryouts for its upcoming season and finished solidifying their team on Oct. 17 just in time...

Teams Prepare to Win Big at Slug Night

UCSC women’s basketball team will play Bethesda Christian at 3 p.m. and the Santa Cruz Warriors will play Los Angeles D-Fenders at 7 p.m in part of Slug Night.

Slugs Dive Into Conference Regionals

UC Santa Cruz’s swimming and diving team has its sights set on victory this week at the Pacific Collegiate Swim and Dive Conference (PCSC)...

Men’s and Women’s Soccer Season Nears End

While fall classes may have just begun for students, the soccer season for both the men and women Slugs is well underway. With their respective seasons starting back in August, Slug soccer is looking to finish their seasons strong.

D-League Showcase Begins With a Bounce

More than 1,000 people chanted, “Let’s go Warriors, let’s go!” on Pacific Avenue on Jan. 14 for Santa Cruz’s first Dribble Parade, which kicked...


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