Learning to Heal

Jeffrey Sun came to college certain he wanted to help professional athletes as a sports medicine physician. However, with limited internships and no medical...

The Tennis Empire of Bob Hansen

Going undefeated in one season is a difficult task. But the UC Santa Cruz men’s tennis team went undefeated for nearly a decade in...

Racing to Win, Enjoying the Ride

Spectators line a thin rocky section of trail waiting with anticipation for the next rider. The sound of rubber speeding over dirt erupts from...

Athletic Director Position Terminated

The athletic director position has been terminated and, after his two-year career at UC Santa Cruz, Cliff Dochterman was laid off from the position. “I...

Slugs Slime Vassar

With a limited number of matches to gain national rankings, every game matters. The Slugs needed to win to maintain their spot as the...

UCSC Loses 3-2 To Nazareth in NCAA Quarterfinal

The UC Santa Cruz Slugs flew 2,966 miles to Hoboken, New Jersey for their first NCAA Division III Tournament game this season — and...

Women’s Track and Field Team Makes Strides

Early every morning, while much of the student body is sound asleep, the 12 members of the women’s track team make their way down...

Wheels of Fury

Although UC Santa Cruz isn’t recognized as an athletic powerhouse, UCSC’s cycling club is quickly turning heads. The team has been on an absolute...

Tough Break for Tennis Travelers

Men’s tennis teammates Kyle Richter and Adrian Sirovica anticipated tough competition last week at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National Small College Championships in...

Frisbee Stars Sign With San Jose Spiders

The majority of Slug athletes can’t claim they’re turning pro in their sport — seniors Greg Cohen and Brett Peterson are the exception. The two current Slugs are now members of the AUDL (American Ultimate Disc League) San Jose Spiders.