The State of Officiating: Where does justice become entitlement?
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The State of Officiating: Where does justice become entitlement?

Relationships with referees are as tense as ever, but where does our pursuit for justice become entitlement? Are professional athletes – and their fans – like preschoolers? They…

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UC Davis club lacrosse season recap
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UC Davis club lacrosse season recap

Aggies win conference, make nationals for the second straight year After making the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association National Championship tournament for the first time in program history last…

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What the recent increase in horse deaths means for the future of horse racing
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What the recent increase in horse deaths means for the future of horse racing

A look into the recent increase in horse deaths at Santa Anita Park In 1978, due to horse racing being deemed as a game of skill rather than…

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Epic comebacks set stage for Champions League Final
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Epic comebacks set stage for Champions League Final

Liverpool, Tottenham erase insurmountable semifinal deficits Before the start of the semifinals, this year’s edition of the UEFA Champions League was already one of the greatest in the…

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Aggies cruise to a Mother’s Day and Senior Day Victory
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Aggies cruise to a Mother’s Day and Senior Day Victory

UC Davis baseball concludes its final home series of season with win over CSUN UC Davis baseball wrapped up its last home series of the year with a…

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A Bounce in the Right Direction
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A Bounce in the Right Direction

New TV deal, injury to one of its biggest stars brings more attention to WNBA in its fight for better pay On April 22, the WNBA and CBS…

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Ito defies odds, powers back to the floor
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Ito defies odds, powers back to the floor

After three surgeries, sophomore gymnast Alyssa Ito earns honors recognition Year after year, collegiate gymnastics progressively gains the attention of sports fans and casual spectators. Though many admire…

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Sacramento Republic FC makes effort to become part of MLS
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Sacramento Republic FC makes effort to become part of MLS

Team secures new funding, releases outline for new stadium plan In early April, Sacramento Republic FC and the city of Sacramento released a joint term sheet that outlined…

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Four Aggies get a shot at living out NFL dreams
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Four Aggies get a shot at living out NFL dreams

Doss, Moe, Olave, White will participate in rookie mini-camps A quartet of former UC Davis football players will have an opportunity to continue their careers at the next…

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MLS expansion and the new era of U.S. soccer
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MLS expansion and the new era of U.S. soccer

Soccer is rising in popularity in the U.S., and Major League Soccer is prepared to lead the way For decades, soccer has been the global game. It attracts…

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Nightmare in the City of Angels
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Nightmare in the City of Angels

A season filled with expectations leaves Lakers looking for answers On the afternoon of July 1, 2018, Klutch Sports agency released a statement announcing that Lebron James had…

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Trump administration ends Cuban baseball deal
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Trump administration ends Cuban baseball deal

Obama-era deal allowing Cuban players to sign directly with MLB clubs reversed Earlier this month, the Trump administration moved to terminate a deal with the Cuban Baseball Federation…

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2019 NFL Draft Recap
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2019 NFL Draft Recap

Kyler Murray drafted number one overall, Doss goes undrafted The NFL Draft took place from April 25 to 27 in Nashville, Ten., where 254 college players saw their…

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Women’s lacrosse falls in MPSF championship
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Women’s lacrosse falls in MPSF championship

Aggies lose second straight title game, but future remains bright For the second consecutive season, the UC Davis women’s lacrosse team fell to San Diego State in the…

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Ode to Oracle
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Ode to Oracle

After 47 years of memories in Oakland, the Warriors bid an emotional farewell to the East Bay It’s 2009 and I’m at a rare Fan Fest for a…

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