Bruce Gallaudet

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Aggie baseball skipper sees ‘steps forward’

欧洲杯竞猜On paper, the last UC Davis baseball season didn’t necessarily turn heads, but Aggie coach Matt Vaughn — and those who follow such things — know that the local team made some telling gains. “We took some steps forward,” Vaughn tells The Enterprise. “We didn’t end up with a great record (19-31), but we ended […]

Aggie men ‘needed that’ win versus Mustangs

欧洲杯竞猜This road challenge is daunting. On Thursday, the UC Davis basketball men travel to first-place Irvine to take on the Anteaters, then head to the Inland Empire for a Saturday showdown at third-place UC Riverside. Aggie head coach Jim Les knows what’s in store, but in last weekend’s 66-51 triumph over visiting Cal Poly, there […]

Aggie women protecting their Big West castle

It’s good to be queen. After dispatching visiting UC Santa Barbara over the weekend, the UC Davis women’s basketball team has left the rest of its competition royally flushed. That 66-63 win at The Pavilion was the Aggies’ 26th straight home-court Big West decision. It also put the locals 1 1/2 games in front in […]

Experienced Aggies jump into softball season

欧洲杯竞猜When the NorCal Kickoff opens Thursday, of the eight softball schools involved it is co-host UC Davis which has the most experienced roster. It is the Aggies who have a wealth of offensive potential. It is the locals who sport five all-Big West from its 2019 club; a team that went 39-14 — UCD’s best […]

Another fight to the finish: advantage Aggie women

For most of Saturday afternoon, visiting UC Santa Barbara kept bringing it. The Gauchos outrebounded their host Aggies. They hit all but one of their 17 free throws and committed just eight turnovers. Managing to take a 2-point lead with only 3:42 remaining, UCSB (8-12) looked for a while like it would steal this one […]

Irvine is tall order for Aggie men

欧洲杯竞猜It’s literally going to be a tall order for the UC Davis men when front-running UC Irvine comes to town for a crucial Big West encounter Thursday. Not only do the Anteaters possess a massive front line that’s been pushing basketball opponents around most of the season, hometown fans will be watching to see which […]

Women clash for midseason bragging rights

It’s a coach’s mantra: when conference season starts, throw all the records out and start anew. When the CSUN and UC Davis women’s basketball teams play today (6 p.m.) at The Pavilion, at least for the Matadors, that saying has rung true. Picked seventh in the Big West coaches preseason poll (and fifth by the […]

New turf to debut soon at Davis High

To borrow from Winston Churchill, never before has such a confined space served so many for so long as had old Halden Field at Ron & Mary Brown Stadium at Davis High. Built in 2008, the multipurpose facility has been home — for games or workouts — to almost all of the 27 Blue Devil […]

Bruce Gallaudet: 1995, the Year of the Devil and Aggie

Every so often, one research task can go flying off on a tangent about a different subject. Or in looking for Item A, you learn there are so many interesting other happenings orbiting your original subject matter … Items B, C, X and Z. Once such journey through the archives — researching the Davis High […]

Aggie basketball hopes to continue run up standings

欧洲杯竞猜The long (Elijah Pepper) and the short (Ezra Manjon) of it is that UC Davis has struck gold at guard. With the Aggie men coming off a Southern California sweep of Long Beach State and CSUN, the locals found some exhilarating performances from their freshman tandem. In beating Beach, 85-82, on Thursday, the 6-foot-4 Pepper […]

Jake Maier on Hula Bowl, Doss and future

The journey continues for former UC Davis quarterback Jake Maier. Come Sunday (7:30 p.m. on CBS Sports Channel) the La Habra native will be a member of the star-studded Hula Bowl roster. It will mark another step in Maier’s march to professional football. After helping take the Aggies to a first-ever Big Sky Conference title […]

A chat with Kevin Blue about all things Aggie athletics

In his fourth year at UC Davis, Kevin Blue has been the vortex in an athletic department that has reached unprecedented heights. Under Blue’s watchful eye, the Aggies have made inaugural trips to the NCAA men’s basketball tournament and the FCS football playoffs. The women’s basketball team is a three-time defending Big West champion. UCD […]

Aggie women survive scare on home floor

欧洲杯竞猜You won’t find this game strategy on any UC Davis women’s basketball chalk boards.

Leading by 9 points with less than 5 minutes remaining, the Aggies stumbled their way to 29 turnovers, fell behind by a point then held way as visiting Long Beach State failed to get a shot off during the final 9 seconds and went home a 57-55 loser.

Bruce Gallaudet: Echoes from a lost civilization

Every so often these days I lose myself in moments from the past. The memories remain vivid thanks to my career in newspapers. As a journalist, one of your charges is to follow what’s happening around you. And I’m finding it keeps one sharp. However, last night, in thinking back through the years, I realized […]

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