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Summary of NCAA, Conference, & UC Davis Eligibility Rules Academic Plan Form (APF)
Missed Class Policy and Procedures UC Davis E-Mail Account
Changing or Declaring a Major Grade Changes
Part-Time Status Taking Non-UC Davis Courses or Study Abroad
Foreign Language Placement Exam & Requirement Tutoring
Academic Success Tips Tips for Talking with Professors
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

 


Summary of NCAA, Conference, & UC Davis Academic Eligibility Rules

The list below is a summary of NCAA, Big West Conference, and UC Davis academic eligibility rules. A complete list of rules and regulations can be found on the web at http://www.ncaa.org or in Student-Athlete Academic Services, 204 Hickey Gym. If you have a question about NCAA rules or your eligibility ask your coach, the faculty athletic representative, or your athletic academic advisor.

Please pay attention to updates from your coaches and your athletic academic advisor. Updates may be sent to your UC Davis e-mail account--please check your campus e-mail frequently.

 

All UC Davis student-athletes are required to:

  • Know their eligibility status and the NCAA rules.
  • Be enrolled in 12 units in order to practice or compete. Waitlist units do not count toward full-time enrollment.
  • Have a cumulative UC Davis GPA of 2.00 or higher.
  • Declare a major before the 7th term of attendance. (If you're thinking about changing your major, please meet with your athletic academic advisor to determine how this will affect your eligibility.)
  • Pass a minimum of 6 degree units during each academic quarter.
  • Pass a total of 39+ units each academic year (fall/winter/spring).
  • Complete an academic plan form (APF) each year.
  • Have a physical exam or medical history form approved each year by the athletic training staff.

 

In addition to the general eligibility rules above, students who first enter college full-time in fall 2003 or later must:

  • Pass a minimum of 27 degree units during fall/winter/spring combined.
  • Complete 40% of degree requirements before the start of the 3rd year in school.
  • Complete 60% of degree requirements before the start of the 4th year in school.
  • Complete 80% of degree requirements before the start of the 5th year in school.

 

In general, all student-athletes should understand that the following can result in loss of eligibility:

  • Participation on an outside team during the season.
  • Gambling on sports of any kind.
  • Use of drugs on the banned substance list.
  • Modeling without prior approval of the athletic compliance coordinator.
  • Commercial advertisement with use of the student-athlete's name, picture, appearance, or sport.
  • Association with any professional sports organization or agent.
  • Practice or competition while enrolled in less than 12 units.
  • Practice or competition after the 10th day of instruction without fees paid.


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Academic Plan Form (APF)

NCAA rules require that all student-athletes complete an academic plan form (APF) signed by a college or major advisor each year to verify progress toward their major and degree. Returning student-athletes must complete an APF each spring.  

The APF is an educational tool that helps you plan a balanced program during your quarter(s) of competition, think about what major and career you hope to pursue, and prepare for registration. You can do the APF on your own, in a scheduled appointment with your athletic academic advisor, or directly with your college or major advisor. Your college or major advisor will have to approve and sign the APF each year.

Blank copies of the APF are available in the Student-Athlete Academic Services office in 264 Hickey Gym.

The APF deadline for student-athletes who will be returning to a team in fall 2014 isMonday, May 12  at 5:00 p.m.

Student-athletes who choose not to turn in an APF by the deadline cannot be certified for 2014-15 eligibility or aid.

Since the APF must be signed by a college or major advisor, please do not wait until the last minute to schedule an appointment with your college or major advisor. Your athletic academic advisor's appointments will also book up several weeks in advance. 


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Missed Class Policy and Procedures

STUDENT-ATHLETE RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Student-athletes must speak with each instructor DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASS to discuss all potential missed classes for the quarter due to travel and competition for their sport. DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASS, all student-athletes who might be competing that quarter must receive written confirmation from each of their professors regarding how they may make up, not make up, or take early any quizzes, exams, or labs that will be missed due to scheduled competition. Blank copies of the Intercollegiate Athletics Missed Class Form are available in the Student-Athlete Academic Services office in 264 Hickey Gym.
  2. Once the Missed Class Form has been signed, the student-athlete will give one copy of the form to the instructor, one copy to the coach, and will keep the final copy. (The Missed Class Form is in triplicate.)
  3. Student-athletes will not miss class other than for competition or extreme extenuating circumstances (e.g., severe illness, death in the family, etc.). Illness of a severity that affects class attendance must be reported to the athletic trainers.
  4. Student-athletes are required to attend all classes that end 2 hours or more before travel departure from campus for an away competition.

 

SCHEDULING OF COMPETITIONS AND PRACTICE

  1. Competitions will be scheduled to minimize missed classes (i.e., minimize competitions during the middle of the week).
  2. No competitions will be scheduled during finals week of each quarter (except conference or NCAA championships).
  3. Coaches will track all competitions that occur during the final week of the quarter (week 10) and the midterm weeks of the quarter (weeks 4, 5, and 6), and work to minimize away competitions during these weeks.
  4. Coaches will work to accommodate student-athletes who must take required courses that conflict with scheduled practice times.


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UC Davis E-Mail Account

Your UC Davis e-mail account is considered the official means of communication from UC Davis to all students. All students are responsible for activating and managing their UC Davis account and accessing all information sent to that account.

Your professors, campus advisors, college dean's office, the Registrar's Office, coach, athletic academic advisor, and other staff will send messages to your UC Davis e-mail account.

Due to federal privacy regulations, campus staff may not be able to respond to messages that you send from other e-mail accounts. At the end of each quarter, students are notified of probation or dismissal ONLY by their UC Davis account. You will also receive information about athletic eligibility from the Registrar's Office via your UC Davis e-mail.

You should read your UC Davis e-mail account daily.


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Changing or Declaring a Major

Students at UC Davis are prohibited from changing their major during their first quarter of enrollment. New freshmen and transfers must wait until they have completed at least one quarter at UC Davis and earned a 2.00 or higher GPA. Some majors have GPA admission requirements as well as preparatory classes that must be completed prior to entering the major. Consult the current UC Davis Catalog for more information.

To change or declare your major at UC Davis:

  • Print the petition for change of major off the UC Davis Web site. Go to http://registrar.ucdavis.edu and click on "Forms". Under "Majors", click on "Petition for Change of Major".
  • Get signatures from the major advisor in the new major, the major advisor in the old major, the dean's office for your current college, and the dean's office for your former college (if you're changing colleges within UC Davis).
  • If you'd like to declare a double major, you must have already completed two upper level courses in each major with grades posted on your transcript. You must obtain signatures from both major advisors.
  • If you're unsure where the major advisors or dean's offices are located, see the staff at the front desk in Student-Athlete Academic Services, 264 Hickey Gym.


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Grade Changes

Grades may not be changed once they have been submitted to the Registrar's Office unless 1) a clerical error has been made (e.g., a homework score is missing) or 2) a procedural error has affected the student's grade (e.g., misapplication of grading procedures, arbitrary treatment or prohibited discrimination).

If you believe you received an incorrect grade due to a clerical or procedural error, ask your instructor to file a grade change form with the Registrar's Office. If your instructor does not agree, you may request a change of grade by filing a grade change petition with the Registrar's Office in 12 Mrak Hall. Grade change petition requests must be filed by the fifth week of the following quarter (see the current Class Schedule for exact date).

The Academic Senate Committee on Grade Changes reviews requests for grade changes and has no authority to reevaluate student work, but can change the grade if it finds a documented clerical or procedural error. If the alleged procedural error involves arbitrary treatment or discrimination, the Grade Change Committee may refer the case to the Student-Faculty Relationships Committee, or the student may file a formal grievance. See the student Judicial Affairs Web site at http://sja.ucdavis.edu for more information. (Click on Student Grievances, then on Grade Grievances.) You may also meet with a staff member in Student Judicial Affairs (3200 Dutton, 752-1128) to discuss a grievance with a faculty member.


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Part-Time Status

Seniors in their final quarter may take less than 12 units and be certified eligible to practice, compete, and/or receive an athletic scholarship only if they have filed for graduation with the Registrar's Office and have units remaining that are REQUIRED to complete their degree. If you have completed all the requirements for your major and your degree, NCAA rules will not allow you to stay at UC Davis and go part-time just to complete your eligibility. (You would, therefore, be required to enroll full-time.)

Seniors who take 10 units or less must also file for part-time status at the Registrar's Office (see class schedule for deadlines) and pay reduced fees for their final quarter. Generally, you should plan to file for part-time status before the quarter begins.

If you plan to take less than 12 units in your final quarter and have athletic eligibility remaining, you must discuss your plan at least 1-2 months before your final quarter begins with your athletic academic advisor to ensure that you will be eligible to compete.

If you receive an athletic scholarship you must also see the Compliance Coordinator Tracy Cumming at least 1-2 months before your final quarter begins to discuss how part-time status will affect your ability to receive your aid.

If you receive other forms of financial aid (loans, grants, etc.), please talk with Financial Aid, 1st floor Dutton Hall, before you file for part-time status.


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Taking Non-UC Davis Courses or Study Abroad

PROCEDURE FOR TAKING A SUMMER SCHOOL COURSE AT ANOTHER INSTITUTION
Student-athletes who choose to take summer school at another institution are encouraged to meet with their college dean's office advisor or major advisor before enrolling in courses at other schools. You will want to know in advance how that course counts toward your major or graduation requirements. In addition, you are encouraged to meet with your athletic academic advisor to discuss how that course affects your eligibility.

To see how California community college courses transfer to UC Davis, use the ASSIST web site at http://www.assist.org. First highlight the name of the community college, then highlight UC Davis. You may then look up individual courses at the community college.

Once you complete the course, you must request that the official transcript from that school be sent to UC Davis. Due to campus regulations, it is recommended that all transcripts for summer work be sent to UC Davis by no later than September 1st. It is best to send the official transcript directly to the athletic academic advisor for your sport. The address is Michelle Roppeau, Laura Goldhammer, Amy Soud, or Adam Zedonis, Student-Athlete Academic Services, Intercollegiate Athletics, 264 Hickey Gym, One Shields Ave., Davis, CA 95616.

PROCEDURE FOR TAKING A COURSE AT ANOTHER INSTITUTION DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR
In general, students at UC Davis are not allowed to obtain transfer credit for courses taken at a non-University of California campus during the regular academic year. If you are a full-time student at UC Davis (registered in 12+ units) and would like to take a course at another school during that same quarter, you must do a "concurrent enrollment" petition your college dean's office well in advance (i.e., before you register for the other course) for an exception to the concurrent enrollment policy. (Summer courses, as described above, are exempt from this regulation.) See page 78 in the 2012-2014 UC Davis General Catalog for more information.

 

PROCEDURE FOR STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS
Study abroad is highly recommended for all students at UC Davis; many student-athletes study abroad one or more times. Due to NCAA academic eligibility rules, student-athletes who plan to study abroad should meet with their athletic academic advisor in an appointment at least 3 months before the start of the study abroad program. (It is recommended that you meet 6-9 months in advance to allow time to change your current course schedule, if needed, to meet NCAA eligibility requirements.) Visit the UC Davis study abroad web site at http://eac.ucdavis.edu

You may also be specifically interested in the short-term summer study abroad programs described at http://summer-abroad.ucdavis.edu/


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Foreign Language Placement Exam

The foreign language placement exam is recommended for all students who have taken foreign language courses in high school. Students who have successfully completed the second or third year of a language in the 10th or higher grade in high school are allowed to take the first level of that language (e.g. Spanish 1, French, 1 etc.), but only on a P/NP grading basis.

The placement exam is administered by the Language Learning Center in 53 Olson Hall. Generally during the school year the office is open from 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on Friday. To schedule an exam, you must call (530) 752-1508 at least 24 hours in advance. You may take this exam only once.

Exams are available in Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. For all other language placement exams, contact Jill Bonner at 530-752-0487 or email jbonner@ucdavis.edu

Although the foreign language placement exam is not mandatory, many student-athletes take this exam during their first year on campus. If you test out of the third quarter of any language, you will be DONE with the foreign language graduation requirement in the College of Letters & Science. See page 108 in the 2012-2014 UC Davis General Catalog for more info on the foreign language graduation requirement.

For more information about the foreign language placement exam, visit the Language Learning Center website at http://llc.ucdavis.edu


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Tutoring

Student Academic Success Center
2205 Dutton Hall
752-2013
http://lsc.ucdavis.edu
Tutoring in math, chemistry, biology, physics, statistics, Spanish, and writing is available to all students at UC Davis. The SASC also does free workshops on time management, procrastination, effective reading, notetaking, multiple choice exams, study skills, essay exams, test anxiety, and writing skills. Full-time learning specialists can meet individually with students.

 

Intercollegiate Athletics (ICA) Tutors
ICA provides limited tutoring for student-athletes in conjunction with the Student Academic Success Center. To request a tutor through this program, you must be a current intercollegiate student-athlete. You may go to the SASC in 2205 Dutton Hall, present a photo ID, and complete the tutor request paperwork. If you have any questions about the ICA tutoring program, please see your athletic academic advisor.

 

Residence Hall Advising Centers
Segundo, Tercero, and Cuarto
http://www.housing.ucdavis.edu/current/academic_advising_center.asp
Tutors in math, chemistry, and writing are available 6:00-8:30 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays in all three residence hall advising centers. Students who live in a residence hall can go to ANY center. Academic coordinators also help residents establish study groups.

 

Math Café
Women's Center Library
114 North Hall
752-3373
http://wrrc.ucdavis.edu/mathcafe/
Tutors are available in every level of math (from workload to upper level). Check web site for updated hours each quarter. Tutoring is usually available Monday nights from 5:00-7:00 p.m. and Thursdays from 6:00-8:00 p.m. (The Thursday evening hours may be held in Surge IV Scholars' Center study room or another location.) The Math Café tutoring is open to men and women.

 

Calculus Room
Math Sciences Building
Room 3118
http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/courses/learning/calculus-help/calc_room
Web site has helpful information specifically for students taking any of the calculus (Math 16, 17, or 21) series. Tutors are available for students in Math 16A, 16B, and 16C. The calculus room is usually staffed from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Check web site for hours each quarter.

 

 

Check with each department to see if they have tutors for hire. For department contact information, call UC Davis Information at (530) 752-1011 or check http://www.ucdavis.edu. The following departments have tutoring information on their web sites:

 

Paid Math and Statistics Tutors
http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/courses/learning/calculus-help
Click on Math Tutors. Gives tutors' hourly fees, GPAs, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses.

 

Paid Engineering Tutors
http://engineering.ucdavis.edu
Click on Current Students, then Advising, then Academic Peer Advisers, then Tutor Listings. Lists specific courses in which tutors are available. Gives tutors' hourly fees, quarters available to tutor, and e-mail addresses. Subjects tutored last year include general engineering, chemistry, civil engineering, electrical engineering, math, and physics.


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Academic Success

Student-athletes who have graduated from UC Davis offer the following tips for academic success:

  1. Attend class. Be on time; don't come in late or leave early. Participate (ask questions, etc.) even if the class is large.
  2. Sit near the front of the class to avoid distractions. Pay attention. Turn off your cell phone, take off your ear buds, and put the newspaper away.
  3. Plan 18-22+ hours of study time into each week. Treat this time as seriously as you treat practice for your sport. Studying this much on a weekly basis will help you avoid cramming for tests or having a lot to make up if you get sick or travel during the quarter.
  4. Use the time that you have between classes to study in a building on campus. If you study 1-2 hours during the day, it will reduce the amount of time you need to study at night. Shorter study periods are often more effective, too.
  5. Assume that you will not get a lot accomplished academically during team travel. Try to get your work done before you leave campus. Bring materials for only one class and focus on getting caught up or ahead in that class. Study in the airport, on the plane, in the bus, etc.
  6. Meet with your professors during office hours. Ask questions or ask for help. You'll get valuable information (and possibly tips for future tests); your professor will get to know you and see how much effort you're putting into the class. (Most professors will let you schedule appointments if their office hours are during your practice or other classes.)
  7. Meet with your teaching assistants (TA's). The TA's are paid to help you understand the material.
  8. Form a study group with other students in the class.
  9. Use free tutors in the Student Academic Success Center, the residence halls, and other places (like the Math Café or the Calculus Room). Use a free writing tutor in the SASC to review a rough draft of every paper that you write (in any subject) to help you get the highest possible grade.
  10. Hire a personal tutor if you can afford it (usually $15-25/hour). Most departments have a list of tutors for hire; some departments post these tutors on their web sites. (Search for departments at http://www.ucdavis.edu)
  11. Pick up quizzes, midterms, and papers that have been graded. Keep track of how you're doing in each class.


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Tips for Talking with Professors

Faculty members and teaching assistants at UC Davis are reasonable people who enjoy teaching undergraduate students. They are also extremely busy--and often face numerous requests for changes, exceptions, extensions, individual help, etc. from the students in their classes.

If you're talking with a professor about accommodations due to your participation in Intercollegiate Athletics at UC Davis, we have several suggestions.

 

DO:

  • Be respectful, cordial, and courteous. Ask for factual information and use "I" statements (e.g., "I wanted to check my grade on the midterm") rather than becoming emotional and using "you" statements (e.g., "Why did you fail me on that test? You made me ineligible!")
  • Go to office hours or schedule an appointment to discuss missing class, turning assignments in late, taking exams at an alternate time, etc. due to team travel. At the beginning of a class, the instructor may be trying to review a lecture or set up equipment for the class. At the end of class, the instructors may need to vacate the room for the next professor and/or rush off to teach another class.
  • Go to office hours prepared. If you're asking for an accommodation, bring a copy of the missed class time letter and your athletic competition schedule (both available in 264 Hickey).
  • Talk to a professor during the first week of the quarter if you anticipate missing class due to team travel at any point during that quarter.
  • Don't expect a response (or an immediate response) via e-mail. Faculty and TA's are responsible for teaching hundreds of students each quarter. They sometimes cannot respond to e-mail messages and/or may prefer to see students in their office.
  • Be proactive. Ask for help if you're struggling or have questions in a class. Faculty and TA's want to help students understand and succeed.
  • Share personal information as appropriate. Instructors want to know if you have a learning (or other) disability that requires accommodation, a family or medical emergency that requires you to miss class, etc.
  • Express your enthusiasm and interest for a lecture, reading, assignment, etc. that you enjoy. Instructors put many hours into preparing for each class; a sincere compliment from a student is a gift.
  • Invite your instructors to attend a competition in your sport and share a copy of your team schedule.

 

DO NOT:

  • Approach a professor or TA to discuss a teammate's grade and/or advocate for a teammate who is struggling in class. Instructors can only discuss grades with the student who earns them.
  • Ask a professor or TA to change your grade so you can be eligible.
  • Approach a professor in the 9th or 10th week of the quarter to ask if they could design an extra credit assignment for you because you're failing.
  • Tell a professor that they need to accommodate your travel schedule because you're a student-athlete.
  • Ask an instructor if you missed anything on the day(s) you weren't in class. (Assume you missed a lot!)
  • Ask for an incomplete just because you're failing. (UC Davis strictly regulates incompletes. See page 80 in the 2012-2014 UC Davis Catalog for info on incompletes.)
  • Intimidate, threaten, or verbally harass an instructor because you got a lower grade than you expected.


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Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is a leadership group of student-athletes who provide feedback to the athletic director on issues of importance to student-athletes at UC Davis. SAAC also works to promote the welfare of UC Davis intercollegiate student-athletes in general.

SAAC encourages student-athlete participation in community outreach activities and sponsors several charity events for all teams during the academic year. SAAC also serves as a conduit of information from the athletic administration to the teams.

Each team has two representatives to SAAC (typically a freshman/sophomore and a junior/senior) who are chosen by the head coach. SAAC representatives are responsible for attending meetings, serving as a liaison between SAAC and their individual teams, and spearheading any department-wide activities that involve or affect their team. The SAAC officers (chosen through a nomination process) coordinate the agendas for the SAAC meetings, lead SAAC-sponsored community service and social events, and may be asked to serve on campus-wide committees as representatives of intercollegiate athletics.

There are 4 SAAC meetings each quarter, which are usually scheduled from
12:00-1:00; meeting times each quarter are based on the class schedules of the SAAC officers. SAAC officers from UC Davis also attend conference-wide SAAC meetings (made up of student-athletes from the other schools in the Big West Conference) and may be asked by the athletic director to represent UC Davis student-athletes in radio and TV interviews, at outreach events, or in other public relations venues.

If you are interested in becoming a SAAC team representative or officer, please talk to your head coach, your current SAAC team representatives, or Michelle Roppeau, director of athletic academic advising.

The 2013-14 SAAC officers are: Brian Ford (men's soccer), Elsie Fullerton (women's water polo), Brandon Greenberg (men's track and field) and Sophia Lisaius (field hockey).


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Updated Dec. 5, 2012

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Men's Soccer Aggies set for friendly against Sacramento Republic FC Sacramento Bee, February 23, 2014
General UCD trainer Radzinski checks in from Sochi Sacramento Bee, February 22, 2014
Baseball UCD roundup: Lynch leads Aggies with his hot hitting Sacramento Bee, February 22, 2014
Lacrosse Aggies eager to start lacrosse season Davis Enterprise, February 20, 2014
Women's Basketball Former soldier finds fortune with Aggies Sacramento Bee, February 18, 2014
General UC Davis trainer looks forward to second Olympics Sacramento Bee, February 14, 2014
Field Hockey San Pasqual coach takes job at UC Davis U-T San Diego, February 11, 2014
Men's Basketball Aggie men stand tall, but drop nailbiter to UCI Davis Enterprise, February 9, 2014
General Sports briefs: UCD softballers start with a win over Arkansas Davis Enterprise, February 9, 2014
Men's Basketball Oh boy, Georgi: Funtarov's shot wins it for Aggies Davis Enterprise, February 7, 2014
Women's Basketball UCD women hit clutch free throws in win Davis Enterprise, February 7, 2014
General Sports briefs: Local product paces UCD golfers in Round 1 Davis Enterprise, February 7, 2014
Softball Aggie softball season starts with five games in Las Vegas Davis Enterprise, February 7, 2014
Football New UCD recruits helps where Ags need it most Davis Enterprise, February 7, 2014
Men/Women's Soccer UCD soccer squads get a raft-load of new talent Davis Enterprise, February 6, 2014
Women's Basketball Four Aggies in double figures lift UC Davis past UC Santa Barbara, 82-70 The California Aggie, February 6, 2014
Football Aggies get 2 QB commitments and lots of speed at WR, secondary Davis Enterprise, February 6, 2014
Men's Basketball UC Davis tops CS Northridge 90-86 on late 3 in OT Sacramento Bee, February 6, 2014
Men's Basketball Are the patchwork Aggie men starting to gel? Davis Enterprise, February 5, 2014
Women's Basketball Local college basketball notes: UC Davis' Doherty coming up Sacramento Bee, February 5, 2014
Men's Waterpolo Two locals among Aggie academic stars Davis Enterprise, February 5, 2014
General Sports briefs: UCD gymnasts keep winning awards Davis Enterprise, February 5, 2014
Men's Golf Fore! UCD men begin golf season in paradise Davis Enterprise, February 5, 2014
General UCD roundup: Aggie women take down the Tritons in tennis Davis Enterprise, February 4, 2014
Women's Basketball Harris provides solid leadership to Aggie women down stretch Davis Enterprise, February 4, 2014
Women's Basketball Fipps hits 1,000-point milestone at UC Davis Sierra Star, February 4, 2014
Women's Basketball UCD women erase an early deficit The Davis Enterprise, February 2, 2014
Women's Basketball Aggies' Doherty emerges as a power in the paint The Davis Enterprise, February 2, 2014
General UCD roundup: Aggie men drop a tennis match by a slim margin The Davis Enterprise, February 2, 2014
Women's Basketball Defense dented as Cal Poly holds off UCD women The Davis Enterprise, January 31, 2014
Men's Basketball Clutch Aggie men clip Cal Poly The Davis Enterprise, January 31, 2014
General Sports briefs: UCD hires a new field hockey coach The Davis Enterprise, January 31, 2014
Men's Basketball Hawkins, UC Davis outlast Cal Poly 62-58 The Sacramento Bee, January 30, 2014
General UCD athletes using their heads The Davis Enterprise, January 29, 2014
Women's Basketball First-place Cal Poly in town as Fipps 18 short of 1,000 The Davis Enterprise, January 29, 2014
General UCD roundup: MPSF weekly awards are all Aggies The Davis Enterprise, January 29, 2014
General Sports briefs: pool squad stays perfect The Davis Enterprise, January 28, 2014
General Roundup: Aggies get a women's water polo win The Davis Enterprise, January 26, 2014
General Sports briefs: Cheung captures MPSF weekly award The Davis Enterprise, January 24, 2014
Women's Water Polo Water polo hopes to reload, not rebuild The Sacramento Bee, January 19, 2014
Basketball Local College Hoops: Hawkins sparks UC Davis to victory The Sacramento Bee, January 18, 2014
Women's Basketball UC Davis coaches, teammates marvel at Beyer's comeback from injury The Sacramento Bee, January 15, 2014
Gymnastics Gymnasts handle business in home opener The Davis Enterprise, January 14, 2014
Women's Swimming and Diving Diver DeNeffe paces Aggies on the platform The Davis Enterprise, January 14, 2014
Women's Swimming and Diving UC Davis makes a splash in return to the pool The Davis Enterprise, January 12, 2014
Women's Basketball UC Davis star Sydnee Fipss' love for basketball started with plenty of hard knocks The Sacramento Bee, January 10, 2014
Women's Basketball Fans of Aggie women might be difference in Big West The Davis Enterprise, January 10, 2014
Men's Basketball Men's basketball starts the new year off strong The Sacramento Bee, January 9, 2014
Gymnastics UC Davis gymnasts open strong at NorCal Event The California Aggie, January 9, 2014
Women's Soccer Aggies nab a new women's soccer coach The Davis Enterprise, January 9, 2014
Gymnastics Sports briefs: Aggies take fourth at season-opening gymnastics meet The Davis Enterprise, January 7, 2014
Women's Lacrosse UC Davis-Stanford Lacrosse Upset Wins 'Best of 2013' Lacrosse Magazine, December 26, 2013
Men's Basketball Life is good for Aggie swingman Georgi Funtarov Davis Enterprise December 18, 2013
Men's Basketball Local college basketball notes: Les wants more defense out of UC Davis The Sacramento Bee December 5, 2013
General UC Davis roundup: Aggie women get past Akron on Saturday The Davis Enterprise, December 1, 2013
Football Trust elevated Aggies from lousy 0-4 football beginnings The Davis Enterprise, December 1, 2013
Men's Basketball Fire alarm can't stop Elyria from downing Midview in season opener The Chronicle-Telegram November 30, 2013
Men's Basketball Walton leads Pioneers past Middies The Morning Journal November 29, 2013
Women's Basketball USF women beat UC Davis on late 3-pointer The Sacramento Bee, November 29, 2013
Football Aggies come home to talk about their sports books The Davis Enterprise, November 29, 2013
Basketball Aggie men home Saturday; women get two on the road The Davis Enterprise, November 29, 2013
Men's Basketball UC Davis men give too many free points in loss to Sac State The Davis Enterprise, November 27, 2013
Women's Soccer Aggie women rout formerly high-scoring San Jose State, 95-61 The Davis Enterprise, November 27, 2013
Women's Soccer Robinson to leave UC Davis sidelines The Davis Enterprise, November 27, 2013
Football 13 Aggies earn all- Big Sky nods; Manzanares is Newcomer of year The Davis Enterprise, November 27, 2013
Men's Water Polo Stingy Tritons edge UC Davis for WWPA Tournament The Davis Enterprise, November 26, 2013
Football Game balls aplenty in UC Davis domination of Causeway Classic The Davis Enterprise, November 26, 2013
Basketball Basketball doubleheader welcomes Aggies home The Davis Enterprise, November 26, 2013
General Sports briefs: Women's soccer squad gets academic award The Davis Enterprise, November 26, 2013
Football Causeway Classic a one-way win for UC Davis, 34-7 The Sacramento Bee November 24, 2013
Football Ailene Voisin: Aggies' Gould gets off to roaring start in rivalry The Sacramento Bee November 24, 2013
Football Senior leader King goes out with his fourth win over Sac State The Davis Enterprise November 24, 2013
Men's Basketball UC Davis wins first two at PSU hoops tourney The Davis Enterprise November 24, 2013
Men's Water Polo Aggie men now one game from WWPA glory The Davis Enterprise November 24, 2013
Football UC Davis rushes past Sacramento State 34-7 The Sacramento Bee November 23, 2013
Football The talk is over: Strap `em on for the 60th Causeway Classic The Davis Enterprise November 22, 2013
Swimming and Diving UC Davis has a good first day at Mizzou The Davis Enterprise November 22, 2013
Football A four-year starter, Aggie QB Wright will be remembered The Davis Enterprise November 22, 2013
Women's Basketball UC Davis women get Santa Rosa's Bertsch, four other hoops recruits The Davis Enterprise November 20, 2013
Men's Water Polo Decorated Aggie squad eyes long-awaited WWPA crown The Davis Enterprise November 20, 2013
Football UC Davis football coach Ron Gould is no stranger to rivalry games The Sacramento Bee November 19, 2013
Football Manzanares leads UC Davis to victory The Sacramento Bee November 18, 2013
Football Turay embraces new role as running back escort The Davis Enterprise November 17, 2013
Football Aggie special teams play a big part in win over North Dakota The Davis Enterprise November 17, 2013
Men's Basketball Utah runs are too much for UC Davis men The Davis Enterprise November 17, 2013
General Sports briefs: Aggie soccer seasons ends in semifinals The Davis Enterprise November 17, 2013
Men's Basketball Ohio star signs with Aggie men; Hawkins status still unclear The Davis Enterprise November 14, 2013
Men's Soccer Suddenly prolific Aggies head to UCI for men's soccer semis The Davis Enterprise November 14, 2013
Football No mascot UND might find identity in freshman QB The Davis Enterprise November 14, 2013
Football UC Davis to play host to North Dakota The Sacramento Bee November 13, 2013
Men's Basketball UC Davis, Sac State men's basketball each signs a player The Sacramento Bee November 13, 2013
Men's Soccer Aggies score three times, cruise into Big West soccer semifinals The Davis Enterprise November 13, 2013
General Sports Briefs: UC Davis men show pool power The Davis Enterprise November 12, 2013
Women's Basketball Aggie women drop a nonleague game at Pacific The Davis Enterprise November 12, 2013
Men's Basketball Aggies beat Holy Names but two guards take a seat The Davis Enterprise November 12, 2013
Swimming and Diving UC Davis edges Nevada in swimming RGJ.com November 10, 2013
Men's Soccer UC Davis tops Sac State in men's soccer The Sacramento Bee November 10, 2013
Men's Basketball Quest For Big West Men's Basketball Title Begins This Weekend Big West Conference November 6, 2013
Women's Basketball Game at No. 1 UConn highlights UC Davis women's basketball schedule Sacramento Bee November 5, 2013
Men's Basketball UC Davis seeks breakthrough in men's basketball Sacramento Bee November 5, 2013
Football Turnovers and big plays missing, but Aggies still coming on Davis Enterprise November 1, 2013
Women's Basketball Sneak peek at Aggie women's basketball team due Friday Davis Enterprise October 31, 2013
Football Cal Poly comes to town banged up, but still fearsome on defense Davis Enterprise October 31, 2013
Football Linebackers key the Aggie turnaround Davis Enterprise October 31, 2013
Football Wright, Aggies get there the old-fashioned way; they earn it Davis Enterprise October 29, 2013
Football Aggies find positives in close loss at No. 5 Montana State Davis Enterprise October 27, 2013