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Women’s golf finishes 16th in Stanford Regional

This season has been a historic one for the women’s golf team. With their first Big West championship just over two weeks ago, as...

UCR softball sweeps conference opponent Davis

After suffering back-to-back losses last week against Hawaii State, UCR softball came back this week to sweep a three-game conference series against Big West...

UCR Softball dominates against UCSB

Coming off a three-game losing streak, UCR softball wasn’t looking too competitive against third-place Big West contenders UC Santa Barbara this past weekend. Despite...

Baseball racks up back-to-back wins in Big West opener

The Big West conference kicked off this Friday, April 1, as UCR had a three-game series against UC Davis. Making it halfway through the...

UCR forward Norberto Ochoa steps up to MLS

Former UCR soccer player Norberto Ochoa has reached a deal with the MLS team Charlotte Independence and officially signed on for the 2016 season....

UCR soccer team resorts to cannibalism after plane crash

In an appalling revelation that has shocked the world, multiple reports cited by Shaolin Temple at the foot of Mt. Everest have confirmed the...

Former Highlander Michael Salazar officially signs with Montreal Impact

Former UCR striker Michael Salazar officially signed his first professional contract with Montreal Impact over the weekend. Salazar was the 24th overall pick in...

Le leads UCR women’s golf at Red Rocks Intercollegiate

After delivering their best performance of the season at the Battle at the Rock last week, with an overall team ranking of second place,...

UCR softball dominates at the Amy S. Harrison Classic

UCR softball’s annual Amy S. Harrison Classic returned this past weekend as the Highlanders hosted the nine-game event. The team hosted the event after...

UCR men’s tennis is changing the narrative

It is no secret that the UC Riverside men’s tennis team has exemplified little more than mediocrity over their eight seasons as a program,...