Defense Colleges

STANFORD, Calif. – The No. 5 UC Santa Barbara men's water polo team improved to 2-1 at the MPSF Invite, defeating No. 9 Long Beach State 11-9 shortly after being topped by No. 4 Cal 19-8.
2018-10-15
IRVINE, Calif. – Hunter Ashworth and Carson Vom Steeg both scored late to help the UC Santa Barbara men's soccer team rally from a two-goal deficit and escape with a 2-2 draw at UC Irvine on Saturday night.
2018-10-15
Sunnyvale, Calif. - The UC Santa Barbara cross country team took the trek back up to Northern California for their last regular season meet at the Bronco Invitational hosted by Santa Clara University this past weekend. Along the dirt loop trails of Baylands Park, the men's team were able to take seventh out of 20 total teams for the invitational 8k while the women's team had a rough day in 13th overall out of 24 teams for the invitational 6k.
2018-10-15
STANFORD, Calif. – Facing No. 15 Pomona-Pitzer in the first of four games at this weekend's MPSF Invite, the No. 5 UC Santa Barbara men's water polo team came away with a 12-7 win.
2018-10-14
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – Facing a talented No. 12 Cal Poly side Friday night on the road, the UC Santa Barbara women's volleyball team was defeated in straight sets, 25-14, 25-22, 25-19. Offensively, the Gauchos (12-8, 4-4) relied heavily on redshirt junior outside hitter Lindsey Ruddins, who put away a match-high 18 kills (6.00 K/S) on 46 attempts for a hitting percentage of .217.
2018-10-14
The Office of Communications and Public Affairs invites you to the semester鈥檚 third edition of Campus Conversations, our monthly series of Q&A sessions with Berkeley leaders.
2018-10-13
RSVP HERE SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - The UC Santa Barbara Intercollegiate Athletic Department will host an open house during parents and family weekend on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 12:00-1:30 p.m. in the ICA building.  Parents will have the opportunity to meet UCSB Athletics administration and staff as well as hear about the many resources available to student athletes. 
2018-10-13
Experts predict that in 2050 the world population will be about 9.7 billion people. At the end of this century that number will exceed 11 billion. The population boom – along with a changing climate, increasing wealth and changing consumer demand – will all conspire to exert tremendous pressure on global food systems.
2018-10-13