The men’s volleyball team earns an NCAA tournament bid and will face off against Nazareth College in the quarterfinals this weekend.
The men’s lacrosse team is 3–6 overall and is continuing conference play in hope to make it to the WCLL championship game.
After a season of injuries and few practices, the UCSC Men’s Roller Hockey Team has amounted a season record that does not reflect the competitiveness the team had demonstrated in the past. Come Regionals, however, the team will have its final chance for the year to show us what they’re made of.
The Santa Cruz Warriors have been tearing up the league since they opened their home court on December 23rd. One Big reason is the use of advanced basketball analytics in Kirk Lacob’s decisions, which are part of a new way to see the old game.
The UCSC equestrian team has expanded a great deal this year, more than three quarters made of newcomers. This increase in membership has bolstered the team in the level of competitiveness they bring to the shows they compete in.
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.
Football is by far America’s most dangerous sport, with players sustaining more concussions than in basketball, baseball, soccer or hockey. The game needs to change.
City On A Hill Press recaps and previews NCAA sports at UC Santa Cruz as the end of the quarter approaches. Golf is enjoying their finest season yet, while men’s volleyball gears up for another fast and furious season. Swimming and Cross Country feature individual successes.
UCSC Women’s Golf has shifted to all new metal clubs. The clubs are now the status quo in golf, but older players tell of the difference between the game of their youth, and the modern version.
Men’s and women’s basketball begin their seasons.