Leland King II, a 6-foot-7 forward who played the 2016-17 season at the University of Nevada after spending most of two seasons at Brown University, has been added to UC Santa Barbara’s 2017-18 roster as a graduate transfer, head coach Joe Pasternack announced Wednesday. King will immediately be eligible to play for the Gauchos after graduating from Nevada in May. “Leland is an incredible student-athlete,” Pasternack said.
ARROYO GRANDE — The UC Santa Barbara men's golf team shot 22-under par and led wire-to-wire at the Cal Poly Shootout, rolling to its fourth tournament title of the season. The Gauchos finished 24 shots ahead of second-place UC Irvine in the event played at the Cypress Ridge Golf Course. UCSB led by eight strokes after the first round and increased that to 18 by the end of the second round on Monday.
Louis Reynaud, a former associate head coach at Cal and Rice University, has been named assistant coach at UC Santa Barbara, Head Coach Joe Pasternack announced Tuesday. "Coach Reynaud is one of the most talented coaches I have ever been around," Pasternack said. "His ability as a teacher of the game, mentor for student athletes, and organizational skills are unparalleled." Reynaud comes to UCSB after spending the last three seasons at the University of Houston.
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Selecting a term
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