Lonzo Ball
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Lonzo Ball

A star’s rise to college basketball fame He is undoubtedly the biggest name in college basketball; he has transformed a UCLA team that, just a year before, had…

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Hanging around with the Rock Climbing Club
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Hanging around with the Rock Climbing Club

The Rock Climbing Club is one of the more recent additions to the clubs on campus, after a group of students decided to bring the rock climbing community…

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UC Davis women’s basketball head coach awarded Coach of the Year
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UC Davis women’s basketball head coach awarded Coach of the Year

Jennifer Gross named Big West Conference Coach of the Year, four Aggies honored It was a tremendous regular season for the UC Davis women’s basketball team, which finished…

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A look into the life of club sport athletes
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A look into the life of club sport athletes

Sports reporter George McConnell discusses club sports’ impact on student life It’s been a long day, and it’s not over yet. I look down at my right ankle…

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Women’s basketball team makes program history at WNIT
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Women’s basketball team makes program history at WNIT

In first round of WNIT, Aggies protect basket en route to 72-62 win, claim first postseason victory in program Division I history Despite its disappointing loss in the…

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Underdog Aggies fall to Kansas in First Round of NCAA Tournament
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Underdog Aggies fall to Kansas in First Round of NCAA Tournament

UC Davis men’s basketball team fights hard, falls 100-62 to Jayhawks Fresh off its First Four win over North Carolina Central on Wednesday, the UC Davis men’s basketball…

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Aggies claim victory over Huskies in series finale
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Aggies claim victory over Huskies in series finale

UC Davis baseball team salvages 7-6 win against UConn, but loses series 2-1 After losing to the University of Connecticut Huskies 7-4 last Friday and 9-6 the next…

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UC Davis women’s basketball team falls short in Big West Conference tournament
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UC Davis women’s basketball team falls short in Big West Conference tournament

UC Santa Barbara wins 73-59 with strong third quarter Members of the UC Davis women’s basketball team headed into the Big West Conference Tournament with a 14-2 conference…

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Aggies fall in battle with Huskies
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Aggies fall in battle with Huskies

UC Davis baseball gives up three in ninth to lose 7-4 to UConn The UC Davis baseball team opened up its weekend series with a 7-4 loss to…

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Aggies sweep Hornets in Golden State Invitational third-place finish
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Aggies sweep Hornets in Golden State Invitational third-place finish

UC Davis co-hosts second annual tournament with Sacramento State In the second annual Golden State Invitational, the UC Davis men’s tennis team swept co-host Sacramento State, 7-0, in…

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Aggies dance their way to the round-of-64
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Aggies dance their way to the round-of-64

UC Davis men’s basketball team beats North Carolina Central 67-63 in NCAA Tournament In the first March Madness appearance in the program’s Division I history, the UC Davis…

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Men’s water polo team welcomes new assistant coach
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Men’s water polo team welcomes new assistant coach

Trent Calder, former assistant coach at Brown University, comes to West Coast as new assistant coach for UC Davis The UC Davis men’s water polo team is currently…

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Aggie athletics pick up during a frenzied Winter Quarter
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Aggie athletics pick up during a frenzied Winter Quarter

UC Davis sports teams face success, setbacks to open spring season Winter Quarter has been busy for the UC Davis Athletics Department — teams have started and ended…

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A routine for representation
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A routine for representation

Highly-decorated UC Davis gymnast Alexis Brown continues to use athletic platform to advocate for marginalized communities The Pavilion was held in an embrace of palpable energy — a…

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Give the World Baseball Classic a shot
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Give the World Baseball Classic a shot

Why the United States should turn its attention to international baseball In recent weeks, I have been lambasted by my friends for trying to drum up some excitement…

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