Aggies roughed up in first two games of winter season
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Aggies roughed up in first two games of winter season

  Men’s basketball left searching for answers after opening homestand The UC Davis men’s basketball team fell in its second straight game, losing 76-57 to visiting University of…

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Stars make names in sports folklore
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Stars make names in sports folklore

In the cutthroat world of sports, fame finds some in ways they don’t expect Throughout history, folk heroes –– both real and fictional –– have occupied a special…

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Aggies win first Big Sky title, advance to FCS playoffs
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Aggies win first Big Sky title, advance to FCS playoffs

Football team earns No. 6 seed, will host playoff game on Dec. 1 The UC Davis football team captured its first ever Big Sky conference title with a…

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Men’s tennis ends fall season with a bang
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Men’s tennis ends fall season with a bang

Thamma, Goulak, Scemanenco win titles as men’s tennis wraps up fall season The last few weeks of the fall season have been quite eventful for the UC Davis…

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Causeway classic relocated due to air quality concerns
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Causeway classic relocated due to air quality concerns

UC Davis and Sacramento State will play in Reno, Nev. Editor’s note: This story is developing. We will update as we learn more. Following a week in which…

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Aggies end season with a win
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Aggies end season with a win

Men’s water polo defeats Pacific 12-7 as six seniors are honored In front of a large crowd, the No. 10 nationally ranked UC Davis Aggies defeated the No.…

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UC Davis loses to No. 7 Stanford
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UC Davis loses to No. 7 Stanford

Aggies outplayed in season opener The UC Davis women’s basketball team couldn’t seem to find its groove last Wednesday. The Aggies lost their first regular season game, 71-43,…

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Lakers-Rockets tussle highlights NBA’s history of fighting
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Lakers-Rockets tussle highlights NBA’s history of fighting

Conflict harkens back to days where tensions flared more frequently In the closing moments of an Oct. 20 game pitting the Houston Rockets against the Los Angeles Lakers,…

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Inside the game: Dylan Wood
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Inside the game: Dylan Wood

A look into the New Zealander’s transition to the U.S. Transitioning to a new school can be challenging. Leaving home, adjusting to a new environment and dealing with…

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Red Sox beat Dodgers, take home World Series Championship
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Red Sox beat Dodgers, take home World Series Championship

Los Angeles loses at home two years in a row, this time to Boston Red Sox in five games Following in the footsteps of the other recent championship…

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Aggies gear up for 2018-19 season
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Aggies gear up for 2018-19 season

Men’s, women’s basketball motivated to build on previous sens of success Men’s Basketball UC Davis men’s basketball started off its 2018-19 season with an exhibition game victory, 87-59,…

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Aggies win sixth straight game in comfortable fashion
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Aggies win sixth straight game in comfortable fashion

Blowout victory puts UC Davis football on cusp of first ever Big Sky title The UC Davis football team continued its magical 2018 season with a 42-20 win…

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College sports recruiting
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College sports recruiting

A look into collegiate level recruiting processes, its importance to team development While playing for a collegiate sports program may seem like a relatively simple task to accomplish,…

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Coaching supports youth in more than just sports
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Coaching supports youth in more than just sports

Coaches look to bring youth sports culture to a positive place From an early age, American youth are often inclined to view their coaches as a moral authority…

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NCAA football season heating up as temperatures wind down
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NCAA football season heating up as temperatures wind down

Final stretch of college football season is here, Aggies keep surging As the old proverb goes: “The bigger, the better.” But is that really true? With the college…

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