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From the archives, 2000: DHS boys beat Woodland in epic hoops matchup

Editor’s note: This article was originally published on Thursday, Feb. 3, 2000. By Chris Saur Enterprise staff writer WOODLAND — There were so many superheros for the Davis High School boys’ basketball team that the Woodland High gym looked like a meeting of the Justice League of America. Playing the Flash was Zeke Clayson, who usually does […]

Blue Devil fall sports workouts begin Monday

Davis High football two-a-days, as well as tryouts for field hockey and girls volleyball, begin Monday as the Blue Devil fall sports ramp up for their 2015 seasons. Athletes planning to wear the blue-and-white this fall are reminded to get their physical exam packets completed now as they must be finished, signed and returned to the DHS […]

Weil picked to row for U.S. at World Championships

Late last week, when U.S. Rowing added six more crews to its team for the 2015 world championships, former UC Davis club rower Seth Weil was picked to be part of the men’s 4. Weil, who rowed for the Aggies from 2005 to 2009 and has been working his way up the national ladder ever […]

Late rally lifts River Cats in Salt Lake

SALT LAKE CITY — Kevin Frandsen’s bases-loaded double in the ninth inning was the difference on Monday as the Sacramento River Cats won, 4-1, at Salt Lake. The Cats (51-59) scored first in the third inning when Juan Perez — who finished 3-for-3 in the game — knocked in a run with a single. Perez’s […]

Legacy men take California title

The Davis Legacy men’s soccer team, a group of college-age players competing in one of the various fourth divisions in the United States, captured the California title on Saturday by beating Chula Vista FC, 2-1, at the Davis Legacy Complex. The local squad earned the chance to play for the state championship with a 6-4 victory […]

From the archives, 1998: Aggie men’s basketball team wins a national title

Editor’s note: This article was originally published on Sunday, March 22, 1998.  By Scott Johnson Enterprise staff writer LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Rec Hall’s trophy case is hardly without hardware. With two Sears Cups and four national championships, the UC Davis athletic program is decorated for success. But Saturday, the Aggies gained their most improbable piece of […]

In the Clubhouse: Muller’s contributions help make ‘Muni’ special

Ever wonder why those clever weekend tournaments at Davis Golf Course are so much fun? Hackers and accomplished players alike come from places like Woodland, Arbuckle, Dixon and Winters to join Davis golfers in matching strokes (and wits?) in two-person best-ball formats or foursome scrambles at the 50-year-old layout. Ask the Hale family, course regular Gary […]

Stewart back on the mark in Republic win

SACRAMENTO — Widespread speculation that new Sacramento Republic FC manager Paul Buckle would make changes to the team in his first competitive game in charge proved to be correct. But it was a familiar face who provided the decisive moments in the match as Tommy Stewart’s two goals led the locals past visiting Seattle Sounders FC […]

Giants edge Rangers in 11 innings

ARLINGTON, Texas — Cole Hamels followed up his no-hitter by pitching into the eighth inning of his Texas debut without a decision as the Rangers lost 9-7 to the San Francisco Giants in 11 innings on Saturday. Hunter Pence led off the 11th with a homer off Sam Dyson (0-1), another pitcher in his first […]

UC Davis football camp breaks Friday

Can you feel it? A sense that football is just around the corner? For UC Davis, the new season can’t come fast enough. Aggie coach Ron Gould swears the 2-9 campaign of 2014 is distant in the rear-view mirror. The weight of arguably the school’s toughest schedule was too much to bear — exacerbated by […]

Smith’s Aggie gridiron scenery to change again

At 6-foot-4 and weighing almost 300 pounds, one would think that a guy of Parker Smith’s stature couldn’t possibly be overlooked. But in earning an All-Big Sky honorable mention nod after UC Davis went 2-9 in 2014, a casual observer might have thought the Aggie lineman would have received some preseason love from the media in 2015. […]

Foul balls make good baseball stories, too

I was watching Toronto third baseman Josh Donaldson the other day on TV. He fielded a routine grounder behind the bag, going hard across the line into the coach’s box. “Foul ball!” came the call. Donaldson, stopped his throwing motion, stumbled backwards and took a seat on the synthetic turf. While on his butt, he […]

Busy interim AD Gould talks about capital improvements

It’s been a whirlwind first four months for UC Davis interim Athletics Director Teresa Gould. Before word of her replacing predecessor Terry Tumey (who resigned in April) had reached every corner of campus, former Cal administrator Gould had met with most of the Aggie coaches and set an ambitious calendar for what her new, if […]

Watney fades near the end of Day 1

GAINESVILLE, Va. — Tiger Woods had a nice round Thursday, Retief Goosen and Ryo Ishikawa are the co-leaders of the Quicken Loans National and, after the front nine, it looked like Davis High graduate Nick Watney could be in the mix. Watney, however, shot 2-over on the back nine at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club and […]

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