Aggies take down Causeway rivals
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Aggies take down Causeway rivals

UC Davis men’s soccer claims eighth straight Big West playoff berth In a test of resolve against a gritty Sacramento State Hornets side, the UC Davis men’s soccer…

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Field hockey looks to bounce back as conference tournament arrives
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Field hockey looks to bounce back as conference tournament arrives

Aggies fall 3-0 in regular season finale, focus shifts to upcoming tournament The UC Davis field hockey team lost its regular season finale to visiting Stanford by a…

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Is #TimeUp for professional sports?
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Is #TimeUp for professional sports?

Professional sports continues to grapple with the #MeToo movement On Oct. 7, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was met with cheers as he led his team to a…

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Looking back at UFC 229
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Looking back at UFC 229

Unpacking all the action from the McGregor-Nurmagomedov showdown UFC 229 is in the books, but audiences are still reeling from one of the most anticipated pay-per-view events in…

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Sac Republic upset in home postseason match
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Sac Republic upset in home postseason match

Sacramento’s USL club loses 2-1 to Swope Park Rangers Sacramento’s local soccer club, Sacramento Republic FC, hosted the first round of the USL Western Conference playoffs Saturday night,…

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Men’s water polo seeks improvement in midst of undefeated run
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Men’s water polo seeks improvement in midst of undefeated run

Aggies win 26th straight league game, recognize need to clean up mistakes The UC Davis men’s water polo team collected its fourth consecutive victory Friday afternoon with a…

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Aggie EVO provides career advancement opportunities for student-athletes
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Aggie EVO provides career advancement opportunities for student-athletes

Athletics program offers student-athletes resources for networking, internships,  career-prep On top of academic loads and booked sports schedules, student-athletes often don’t have the time to focus on life…

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May Supreme Court decision could open sports books
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May Supreme Court decision could open sports books

With states opening their books, many question what this means for sports On May 18, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act…

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Athlete Ally opens new chapter at UC Davis
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Athlete Ally opens new chapter at UC Davis

Organization aims to educate athletics community, end homophobia in sports Athlete Ally, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending homophobia and transphobia in sports as well as activating the…

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Aggie football victorious in a game for the ages
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Aggie football victorious in a game for the ages

UC Davis wins thriller in front of Homecoming crowd The UC Davis football team pulled off an exhilarating 44-37 overtime victory over visiting Idaho State on Saturday evening,…

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Clash with top-ranked UC Irvine ends in overtime draw for women’s soccer
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Clash with top-ranked UC Irvine ends in overtime draw for women’s soccer

Goalkeeper Alexis Smith excels as UC Davis women’s soccer ties the undefeated Anteaters The UC Davis women’s soccer team took on a gritty UC Irvine team on Sunday,…

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Volleyball bounces back with a pair of wins
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Volleyball bounces back with a pair of wins

Aggies more confident in Big West chances After a two-week road campaign in which UC Davis women’s volleyball lost three of four matches, the team returned to Davis…

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NBA returns after busy offseason
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NBA returns after busy offseason

Rebuilt and refocused teams look to dethrone Golden State Warriors As the 2018-19 NBA season approaches, much has changed since the Golden State Warriors hoisted their third championship…

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Recent changes to Recreational Sports
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Recent changes to Recreational Sports

UC Davis Recreational Sports adds new fees, new leagues to program The Intramural (IM) Sports program has taken full advantage of the new school year and have completely…

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How college football is changing for players and coaches
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How college football is changing for players and coaches

NCAA rules allow play without full-year commitment The 2018-19 season is the first year in which Division I college football players are able to play in a total…

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