Slugfest Levels the Playing Field
Instead of competing on the field this past Saturday, a few players from the UC Santa Cruz women’s soccer team were on the other side of the ball — as referees, wearing t-shirts and whistles instead of jerseys. It was the team’s third annual eight-versus-eight,…
Cut From a Tougher Cloth
Broken legs, broken arms, dislocated fingers, strained tendons, muscles and facial fractures — these are all common injuries in rugby. Not everyone can withstand the rough and competitive nature of the sport, but the women of the UC Santa Cruz rugby team are an exception….
Slugs Reach Playoffs for Fifth Consecutive Year
This time last year, the Slugs were in the middle of what would go on to be a three game losing streak entering the postseason. Now, the team is on their way to finishing the regular season stronger, with two straight wins and one game left to go before the first round of the playoffs. The Slugs still look for the same end result as last year’s team — a WCLL championship.
Slugs Keep Postseason Hopes Alive Over Break
While students were home enjoying spring break, the NCAA Division III No. 6 ranked UC Santa Cruz men’s volleyball team was out on the court, giving it their all. The Slugs played two crucial games against No. 4 Carthage as part of their quest to reach the NCAA tournament alive for the third straight year.
Warriors Lose a Tough One Against the Armor
The Warriors recovered since dropping two games at home versus the Springfield Armor after the All-Star break. With a 123-103 win over the Austin Toros on Feb. 23 and a 138-124 loss against the Reno Grande Valley Vipers on Feb. 26, the Warriors have four…
Men’s Baseball Set to Start Conference Play
The crack of bats against leather. A late winter breeze floating through the field. The Slugs turning their heads to the sky, waiting to see their first homer. These and other moments are soon to come as Slugs baseball season begins. Conference baseball for UCSC…