The University of Oregon Ducks (No. 36) drowned the Anteaters (No. 68) in a shallow pool of water. The final score, 4-3, reflected the need for small adjustments on the Anteater side.
On a Tuesday afternoon, the Bren Events Center is much quieter than most people probably see it. In fact, you have to ring a bell to be admitted onto the top floor, and security is reluctant to let anyone into the UC Irvine Men’s Basketball team’s practic
Rarely does it happen in sports. The dream match-up: No. 1 versus No. 2. Yet UC Irvine will be treated to just that as the No. 1-ranked Men’s Volleyball team in the country, Brigham Young University (and their rabid fan base) invades Irvine for a two matc
In what started out as a game that they had control of, the UC Irvine Baseball team needed some late game heroics to pull out the victory. Aided by clutch pitching and timely hitting, UCI claimed a 5-4 win over visiting Sacramento State at Anteater Ballpa
An attempt at a dramatic come-from-behind victory fell just short for the UC Irvine Women’s Basketball team in a nonconference game against the UC Davis Aggies on Thursday night at the Bren.
While the UC Irvine Baseball team’s offense had a field day against San Diego State, putting up 12 runs on 15 hits, freshman pitcher Scott Gorgen produced yet another stellar performance. He combined with sophomore hurler Gary Nakashima for nine innings w
In my column last week, I determined, for a number of reasons, that the most athletic position in sports is either the forward in soccer, swingman in basketball or running back in football.
When sophomore Victor Lamm makes a great play, you do one of two things. If you’re in the audience, you cheer; if you’re the opposition, you leave the country on the next flight out of sheer frustration.
CSC is flying up the final ascent toward the finish line at 32 miles per hour. Seven hundred meters to go and Gerolsteiner’s Ren
The Big West Conference Swimming and Diving Championships, which concluded in Long Beach this past weekend, featured some inspiring performances. After junior Ashley DePaul leaped into the 200-meter butterfly, she scrambled off to a solid start, moving into second place. A minute into the race, she was down to fourth place, having lost significant ground. […]