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Williamson leads River Cats to 4th straight win

TACOMA, Wash. — Despite being outhit 10-6, the River Cats used a pair of Mac Williamson doubles to drive in three runs as Sacramento won its fourth straight game, 5-3, over the Rainiers on Thursday night. Williamson, hitting .228, knocked home Everth Cabrera and Joaquin Arias with a two-bagger to center in the fourth — then […]

Vogelsong outduels Strasburg as Giants beat Nats

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco answered right back after Yunel Escobar hit the game’s first pitch for a home run, Ryan Vogelsong settled in to win for the first time in more than seven weeks, and the Giants beat the Washington Nationals 3-1 on Thursday night. Matt Duffy and Buster Posey hit RBI singles […]

Gray misses start, A’s lose 4-2 to Jays

TORONTO (AP) — Sonny Gray’s sore back forced the Oakland A’s to juggle their rotation, and cost them a chance to send their staff ace against the hottest team in baseball. The Toronto Blue Jays won their 11th straight game Thursday, beating Oakland 4-2 behind Mark Buehrle’s arm and Ryan Goins’ bat. Jesse Chavez moved […]

From the archives 2011: Aggie women beat Cal Poly to earn tourney bid

* Editor’s note: This article was originally published on Sunday, March 13, 2011. ANAHEIM — Senior leadership, a stifling defense, a hot-handed sophomore … it all came together Saturday for the UC Davis women as they danced past top-seeded Cal Poly, 66-49, to earn the Big West Conference basketball tournament championship at the Honda Center. And […]

Women’s Huddle, tickets, times … Aggie football is an opportunity whirlwind

* Editor’s note: “Countdown to Kickoff” is a daily Enterprise feature until UC Davis takes on Football Bowl Subdivision Nevada next month. While UC Davis players toil on the field, more game start times have been announced, final preparations have been put on the popular Women’s Huddle event and all kinds of ticket packages are on sale. […]

August 14, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Reese gets it. He knows what community means

All right, guilty as charged. I play favorites. There’s a young man in town I’ve watched play sports since he was a youngster. I’ve always been impressed with how he played, but the things that have drawn me most to Josh Reese over the years have had nothing to do with his ankle-breaking moves as […]

Aquamonsters moving to the next level

As the summer draws to a close, two of the Davis Aquamonsters’ senior members are preparing to move on to the next phase of their swimming careers. Juju Chan and Colten Montgomery will head off to college to be part of Division I swimming programs. Chan will take her talents to Malibu where she will swim […]

Harrier completes incoming soccer class

Annie Harrier joined UC Davis’ women’s soccer program as announced by head coach Twila Kaufman on Wednesday. Hailing from Menlo Park, the freshman forward completes an incoming class that includes transfers Kristie Braken-Guelke and Alexis Smith, as well as freshmen Allie Carmickle, Crystal Crump, Riley Marshall, Mckenna Moriarty, Hailey Rittershofer, Natalie Saddic, Kristina Sola and Ari Zamora. “This staff […]

Aggie women head to San Jose for soccer exhibition

UC Davis women’s soccer will return to the pitch for its lone exhibition match of the season when the Aggies visit San Jose State on Friday. The first live UCD athletic event of the year start at 3 p.m. at Spartan Soccer Field. This matchup will provide UCD head coach Twila Kaufman, and her SJSU […]

Blue Jays batter Brooks, beat Athletics 10-3

TORONTO (AP) — Aaron Brooks might want to check with customs before his next start in Toronto. Whatever the reason, he seems to have a tough time bringing his best stuff across the border. Brooks was roughed up by the Blue Jays for the second time in his short career as Toronto won its 10th straight […]

UCD names new women’s lacrosse coach

Theresa “Tee” Ladouceur, a former standout at Syracuse and most recently an assistant coach at Albany, was announced as the head women’s lacrosse coach at UC Davis by interim Athletic Director Teresa Gould on Wednesday. She becomes the fourth head coach in the program’s varsity history. Ladouceur served under Albany head coach John Battaglino from 2013 to 2015, helping […]

Astros shut out Giants to cap road trip

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Giants manager Bruce Bochy was already in a sour mood after watching his ballclub get shut out for the 10th time this season. Learning that the defending World Series champions might be without leadoff hitter Nori Aoki for the near future didn’t make it better. Aoki returned to San Francisco’s lineup […]

Republic notebook: Rivas enjoying bigger role, Estrada released

When new Sacramento Republic FC head coach Paul Buckle was hired last month, he made it clear he was going to give every player a fair shot to make the starting lineup in a fresh start for the club. No one has taken bigger advantage of this fresh start than speedy winger Joaquin Rivas, who […]

From the archives 2007: Blue Devils soccer squad captures a championship

* Editor’s note: This article was published originally on Sunday, Nov. 11, 2007. By Michael Mirer Enterprise staff writer STOCKTON — After the team photo with the championship banner, there was a shot with just the seniors. And that was an emotional one. This group has been with working with Davis High coach Ashley Yudin […]

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