Women’s Tennis Shows Promise Despite Loss in Season Opener

The score didn’t reflect the whole story on Saturday when UC Santa Cruz women’s tennis team fell to La Verne 9-0 in the season...

Slug Swimmers Face Challenges in New Conference

Not only can these Slugs swim, they’re fast within the confines of an aquatic arena. Intense training combined by promising freshman talent has the UC Santa Cruz men’s swim team co-captains — senior Parker Richardson and junior James Lamb — optimistic as their team approaches unfamiliar territory in a new conference.

Women’s Volleyball Slams UC Merced 3-0­­­

UC Santa Cruz women’s volleyball swept UC Merced 25-14, 25-17 and 25-17 at home on Sept. 28. The Slugs improved to 14-3 with the win and extended their win streak to six games in their second home game of the season.

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...

Men’s Tennis Update

Five days before the UC Santa Cruz men’s tennis team’s first match on Jan. 17, assistant coach Aaron Elbert became the interim head coach...

Santa Cruz Warriors Eliminated From Playoffs

The Santa Cruz Warriors were defeated by the Oklahoma City Blue, losing 124-104 in the deciding third game in the best of three series...

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...

Women’s Teams Headed to NCAA Tournament

Last summer four UC Santa Cruz women’s programs — basketball, soccer, tennis and volleyball — made the move from independent teams to the Great...

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...

Reconnection through Competition

Snails can keep up with Slugs, and this week UC Santa Cruz men’s basketball alumni proved it. Seven basketball alumni, dubbed the “Snails,” returned...