Check with your favorite UCSC NCAA teams and Club Sports teams to see where they’re off to next.
See here for our review of last quarter’s NCAA sports and a look forward to what to keep an eye on in spring.
After a rough start to the season, the UC Santa Cruz women’s basketball team rebounded to win against Occidental College 63–62 on Jan. 7, riding captain Ryane Ortiz’s career-high 23 points to a close victory.
Womens’ Soccer looks to rebound
Follow the slugs in NCAA sports this fall.
The UCSC men’s volleyball team makes a semi-final appearance in the NCAA Division III championship tournament, beating Rivier and ultimately falling to Carthage. This year marks their sixth appearance championship tournament appearance in the past nine seasons.
Recently, City on a Hill Press talked with Jennifer Contreras, runner on the Cross Country team. Contreras talked about how balancing school and running, her passion.
As the quarter comes to an end, the City on a Hill Press sports desk summarizes the status of UCSC NCAA sports in their current season. Read further for information about cross country, soccer, basketball, volleyball, swimming/diving and tennis.
After senior Brian Pybas took first place in the 2010 Ojai Valley Tennis Tournament, the Banana Slugs are hoping for another strong performance as they head down to Ojai this weekend for the 2011 tournament.
The UCSC swim team prepares to travel to Long Beach for their final meet of the season. Their performance at this weekend’s Pacific Collegiate Swim Conference will determine whether they can move forward to nationals.