The New Year not only brought along new hope for the UC Irvine Men’s Volleyball team, who finished last season with a dismal 9-20 record, but new expectations with a highly talented roster and many returning starters heading into their season, which opene
Would you really believe it if I said the Bren Events Center was going bonkers last Wednesday, Jan. 4 when the UC Irvine Men’s Basketball team went heads up against UC Davis? I didn’t think so.
Despite an unending effort by the UC Irvine Women’s Basketball team, last Saturday’s game against Cal Poly San Luis Obispo was nothing more than disappointing.
Fans looked at each other in disbelief, the players couldn’t believe it either and even Head Coach Pat Douglass was in awe. The first 10 minutes of the UC Irvine Men’s Basketball team’s home opener against Santa Clara University were surreal.
I didn’t begin ditching classes until my second year at UC Irvine. Economics at 8 a.m. is not fun. I really don’t remember much from those econ courses, but there’s a fundamental principle I remember about taxation: when people get taxed, they want result
On a breezy afternoon in front of a large crowd at USC’s McDonald’s Swim Stadium, No. 4 UC Irvine
For most fans it was just another loss in an already difficult season. But for five of the UC Irvine Women’s Volleyball team, Saturday’s 3-1 loss against the University of Pittsburgh was the end of their college athletics careers.
Last Monday, Nov. 21 at the Bren Events Center, the UCI Women’s Basketball team fell to Loyola Marymount by a score of 93-73. Though sophomore guard Annie Mai had 12 points in a career-high performance, it wasn’t enough to stop the hot hand of Amanda Patt
For some, it’s football. For others, it’s basketball. A few might go for baseball and a few might go for soccer. Yet, for Matthew Purvis, it’s cycling.
The UC Irvine Women\’s Basketball team tried to kick off the 2005 season on a positive note when they hosted the Fresno State Bulldogs on Friday, Nov. 18 at the Bren Events Center. Yet, after a sluggish start, combined with missed opportunities and early