UCSC sports are heading into post-regulation. Here is where you can find the latest developments on their games in post-regulation.
See here for our review of last quarter’s NCAA sports and a look forward to what to keep an eye on in spring.
Women’s lacrosse continues to succeed as a competitive club associated unofficially with UCSC while lacking official UCSC club status. The UCSC club sports program hopes to expand to allow teams like women’s lacrosse to register as official teams.
In 2012, UCSC celebrates some of the best success in sports history. This year, 13 clubs qualified for the playoffs, the most qualifying teams in school history.
The track team has broken 24 school records this year. This follows a year with 52 school records broken. Recently, City on A Hill press went to their practice to talk all things record breaking.
Slug women’s rugby defeated University of Nevada Reno, 26-0, on Saturday. The team is good — so good that the captain may believe this team is their best yet.
UCSC Club Rugby started their year on Oct. 29 at the Upper East Field on campus, competing in the Ben Quaye Memorial Collegiate Rugby Tournament. Losses and injuries did not deter the team from looking forward to their next match on November 5th.
Sunday saw the California State Champion UC Santa Cruz club soccer team, Slug FC, lose a game to UC Berkeley A. Senior captain Juan Urquieta had harsh words for his team to fire them up and defend their title.
The growing sport of Capoeira has been practiced within Santa Cruz for 17 years. Local Capoeiristas discuss the philosophy of the sport and the kind of community it cultivates, how it has garnered an audience at UCSC, and what Capoeira does for those who train in it.
For all the perks it offers, juggling at UC Santa Cruz maintains a low profile. According to the festival website, only 50 people were expected to show up. For several hours on Friday morning, the gym remained completely empty.