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26 May 2020

Sunup to Sundown 

Long practices. Strenuous workouts. Difficult homework. Sleepless nights. Weekly games. The life of a collegiate athlete is hectic. But for many, the benefits that come from being part of a team outweigh the drawbacks. “It’s definitely nice to play at the collegiate level, playing against…

Campus

No Known Predators 

The Lions and Cannoneers were no match for the unstoppable Banana Slugs at the American Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) women’s soccer tournament last weekend.  With 46 shots on goal, 19 goals scored and zero goals allowed in two games, UC Santa Cruz’s top-ranked women’s soccer…

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Beyond the classroom 

This week, City on a Hill Press asked National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) athletes how they manage their health as student-athletes. Their answers touched on mental health, physical health and social well-being. Sierra Yuen,  a third-year, plays for women’s volleyball. CHP: As a student-athlete who…

Sports

Lack of Funding for NCAA Teams 

After a long day of matches at a tournament in Los Angeles, members of the UC Santa Cruz men’s tennis team return to their hotel to relax. Well actually, they return to their former teammate’s house, which is where they’re staying in order to cut…

Sports

New Hires for UCSC NCAA Sports 

Following department reorganization and staff dismissals and layoffs in June, UC Santa Cruz’s NCAA athletic department has filled its three vacant head coaching positions. For track and field, cross country, swim and dive and women’s soccer, last year’s assistant coaches have been hired to fill…