2019 MLB Season Preview
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2019 MLB Season Preview

Amidst league uncertainty, some bold picks for the 2019 season The 2019 MLB season begins on March 28 — the earliest opening day in league history — but…

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After three years of heartbreak, the Aggies are going dancing
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After three years of heartbreak, the Aggies are going dancing

UC Davis women’s basketball comes from behind to beat Hawai’i in Big West Title game After winning its third straight Big West Conference regular season title but losing…

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Aggies make major comeback, come up short in final home game
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Aggies make major comeback, come up short in final home game

Scoring 15 points in the last two minutes, the Aggies couldn’t finish defensively In their last game of the 2018-19 season, the UC Davis Aggies were defeated by…

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Women’s Basketball rolls past UCSB on Senior Night
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Women’s Basketball rolls past UCSB on Senior Night

Aggies finish off regular season with 14th-straight win, look forward to Big West tournament On senior night at the Pavilion, the UC Davis Women’s basketball team finished the…

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ARC expansion set to be complete after Spring Break
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ARC expansion set to be complete after Spring Break

New 20,000 square foot space opens March 27 It’s almost done. Gym-goers have been teased for months by fresh squat racks and state of the art olympic weightlifting…

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UC Davis Lacrosse’s Grace Richards
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UC Davis Lacrosse’s Grace Richards

Senior goalkeeper talks team and changing positions Change can often feel uncomfortable and arrive unexpectedly. For the UC Davis lacrosse starting goalkeeper Grace Richards, change has been a…

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UC Davis equestrian falls to visiting Fresno State
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UC Davis equestrian falls to visiting Fresno State

Program making progress, looking to grow as season approaches its end UC Davis equestrian hosted its final home meet against No. 9 Fresno State on Saturday, ultimately falling…

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Aggies handed defeat in nationally-televised game
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Aggies handed defeat in nationally-televised game

Men’s basketball shoots 30 percent from the field in a 64-48 loss to UC Irvine With live game coverage from ESPNU and a sea of white shirts around…

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Proposed bill may allow collegiate endorsement opportunities
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Proposed bill may allow collegiate endorsement opportunities

Senator Nancy Skinner proposes a “Fair to Play Act” California State Senator Nancy Skinner (D-Berkeley) recently proposed Senate Bill 206, known as “The Fair to Play Act” in…

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The AAF looks to learn from the past
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The AAF looks to learn from the past

Examining the newest football league and what it means for the NFL If one thing is for certain, it’s that the NFL is the world’s most popular football…

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Gymnastics tops San Jose State
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Gymnastics tops San Jose State

Hebert continues to shine in victory It isn’t everyday that you see coveted leadership roles in Division I sports taken up by a sophomore athlete, but sophomore gymnast…

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UC Davis Softball shows promise at Aggie Invitational
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UC Davis Softball shows promise at Aggie Invitational

Aggies win five of six games in four days The UC Davis softball team took first place at the annual Aggie Invitational this past weekend, going 5-1 and…

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Women’s basketball wins 10th straight game in blowout
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Women’s basketball wins 10th straight game in blowout

Aggies overwhelm Hawaii with Big West title on the horizon The UC Davis women’s basketball team made 10 straight victories with a 72-46 win over visiting Hawaii on…

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McColloch leads new era of beach volleyball
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McColloch leads new era of beach volleyball

UC Davis’ newest sport prepares to debut in early March After 10 long months, the wait for UC Davis to introduce its newest sport on campus is almost…

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Skating culture: from mid 90’s to 2019
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Skating culture: from mid 90’s to 2019

An examination of skating in the present day An estimated 5 percent of the US population, or 16 million people, engage in skateboarding on a regular basis. Invented…

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