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UCR finally has that one sport it’s always needed. Football? Nope. Dodgeball? Think again. It’s Quidditch! That’s right, the fantasy sporting sensation from the Harry Potter series has exploded in real-life popularity across the globe, and has recently come [...]Read more ›
Butch Johnson, former UC Riverside football player and Superbowl-winning wide receiver from the Dallas Cowboys, came to his alma mater last Wednesday to motivate students. African Student Programs (ASP) hosted the event to celebrate ASP’s 40th anniversary and Black History [...]Read more ›
RIO-SIDE 5. David Andriese will receive First Team All-Conference honors. It’s not that impossible to imagine. Last year, Andriese received an honorable mention from the Big West after he averaged .307 and tied the team for most homers with four. [...]Read more ›
Feb. 9, 2012 Tigers 63 – Highlanders 46 The UC Riverside women’s team played their first of two games on the road against the Pacific Tigers, where they fell by a large margin of 17 points. With the final score [...]Read more ›
The UC Riverside men’s and women’s teams took part in the indoor Husky Classic in Seattle to compete in their second meet of the season. After having four athletes break old school records in the first meet of season, the [...]Read more ›
Feb. 10, 2012 Hornets 2 – Highlanders 0 UCR softball opened up the 2012 season at the Fresno State Tournament this past Friday as it took on the Sacramento State Hornets in a first of a double-header. The game was [...]Read more ›
UCR women’s tennis hosted Gonzaga and Pacific in what were the third and fourth fixtures of the season for the Highlanders. UCR couldn’t extend its winning streak as it fell 6-1 to Gonzaga on Friday. While on Sunday, the Highlanders [...]Read more ›