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Appeal Process for Athletically-Related Financial Aid Actions Student-Athlete Insurance Summary
Athletic Training & Rehabilitation Policies and Procedures Alcohol & Drug Policy
Mandatory Life Skills Presentations Year-Round Drug Test
NCAA Banned Drug List Nutritional Supplements/Ergogenic Aids/Creatine Statement
Social Networking Web sites Policy Hazing Policy


Extracurricular Eligibility at UC Davis

By participating in extracurricular activities at UC Davis, you can benefit from numerous opportunities for educational, personal, cultural, and social enrichment. In general, registered and enrolled UC Davis students may participate in extracurricular activities sponsored by the campus. Some extracurricular activities have additional eligibility criteria, so you are encouraged to inquire about the particular eligibility requirements of the groups and programs that interest you.

- UC Davis Catalog 2014-2016

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Student-Athlete Conduct Policy and Due Process Procedures

Participation in Intercollegiate Athletics at UC Davis is a privilege, not a right. This privilege brings with it certain obligations both on and off the field of play. Student-athletes are obligated to conduct themselves in a manner that is a credit to themselves, their team members, coaches and the University. Student-athletes must recognize that their behavior will be scrutinized because of the community's involvement and association with athletics and the University.

Failure to fulfill these obligations on or off the field shall be considered an act of misconduct. Misconduct shall be defined as an act of dishonesty, breach of law or University regulation, or any public or private act that discredits, demeans or embarrasses the athletic program or University.

  1. UC Davis Athletics will consider alleged legal infractions (state, federal, county or local) and misconduct allegations of university policy in conjunction with other affected campus units.
  2. Upon notification of any alleged violation of misconduct or legal violations, the coach must report the allegations to the athletic director and/or sport supervisor immediately. The athletic director and/or sport supervisor will meet with the coach and the student-athlete to determine the facts of the case. The Intercollegiate Athletics program will report any alleged violation of campus policy or alleged legal allegations to Student Judicial Affairs.
  3. Upon Judicial Affairs' resolution of the issue, the Intercollegiate Athletics program will conduct a hearing with the affected student-athlete, the athletic director, the student's coach, the faculty athletics representative, and other athletic administrators as needed.
  4. The Intercollegiate Athletics program reserves the right to impose penalties for alleged legal infractions, misconduct, and violations of UC Davis and/or Intercollegiate Athletics policies.
  5. The Intercollegiate Athletics program may impose penalties in addition to those imposed by Judicial Affairs as deemed appropriate by the athletic director. Penalties may include but are not limited to suspension or dismissal from the team. Any student-athlete charged with a felony will be immediately suspended from the team pending the outcome of the charges.
  6. This process will be reviewed and evaluated annually by the Athletic Administrative Advisory Committee.

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Athletic Grant-In-Aid Award Appeal Policy, Guidelines and Procedures


In accordance with National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) regulations, a student whose Athletic Grant-In-Aid Award is not renewed, is reduced, or is cancelled, is entitled to an appeal.  If Intercollegiate Athletics (ICA) decides to change the Athletic Grant-In-Aid Award, the student will be notified by the Financial Aid Office and provided with information on the appeals process.  If the student appeals ICA’s decision, the Financial Aid Office will review the appeal as outlined below.

A Financial Aid Appeal Committee (FAAC) will be formed and shall consist of three members: two staff from the Financial Aid Office (including either the Director or Senior Associate Director who will serve as Chairperson for the Committee), and one member of the Athletics Administrative Advisory Committee.

Appeal Procedures
The student will have two weeks from the date of the notification from the Financial Aid Office to file an appeal using the Athletic Grant-In-Aid Award Appeal Form, along with any required documentation. The form is available online at:  

A student shall submit the appropriate appeal documentation to the Director of Financial Aid and must include:

  • A completed Athletic Grant-In-Aid Award Appeal Form.
  • A written statement explaining why the student believes the decision was in violation of one or more of the following: NCAA or Conference rules or regulations; University policies, guidelines, or practices; or was not in good faith . The statement must include names of institutional staff members (e.g., coach, financial aid officer) with whom the student has discussed the award;
  • Description of any extenuating circumstances (if applicable);
  • Selection of an Administrative Review or In-Person Hearing (a student cannot have both); and
  • Copies of any relevant supporting documents (e.g., initial award letter, rules and/or regulations not followed).

Upon receipt of the appeal, the Financial Aid Office will submit the student’s documentation to ICA.  The head coach will have seven days to submit a written statement and appropriate documentation to the Financial Aid Office.  An Administrative Review or In-Person Hearing will be completed within 30 days of receipt of the appeal materials by the FAAC.

Administrative Review
Only FAAC members are involved in the Administrative Review process.  The student, head coach and Director for Compliance Services will be notified of the FAAC Administrative Review date.    

In-Person Hearing
The only participants at the In-Person Hearing will be the student, the head coach and the FAAC members.

Appeal Guidelines
The scope of the Administrative Review or In-Person Hearing shall be limited to the following issues:

  • Was there a major violation of NCAA or Conference rules and regulations?
  • Was there a violation of University policy, guidelines or practices?
  • Was there a lack of good faith  by either party?

The FAAC shall reach a decision and notify both parties in writing within seven days of the date of the Administrative Review or In-Person Hearing. One of two actions will be taken:

  • The appeal is denied if the FAAC finds that the decision to not renew, reduce or cancel aid is not a violation of NCAA or Conference rules or regulations; University policies, guidelines, or practices; and that no extenuating circumstances are present.
  • The appeal is approved if the FAAC finds that the decision to not renew, reduce or cancel aid is a violation of NCAA or Conference rules or regulations; University policies guidelines, or practices; or that there are any extenuating circumstances. The Athletic Grant-In-Aid Award will be reinstated as soon as possible, and any conditions relating to the reinstatement will be clearly identified at that time. Reinstatement of the Athletic Grant-In-Aid Award will have no effect on the student athlete's status as a member of the relevant athletic team.

The decision of the FAAC shall be binding to ICA. Any student who wishes to appeal the decision of the FAAC shall be entitled to do so in accordance with the University’s student grievance policies and procedures.

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Student-Athlete Insurance Summary*

Medical insurance coverage is provided for students who are injured while participating in scheduled, supervised and sponsored intercollegiate athletic competitions or authorized practice sessions as a player or trainer.  COVERAGE IS NOT PROVIDED FOR AN ILLNESS OR DISEASE unless it results directly from an ICA injury.

The medical insurance provided by UCD ICA insurance is EXCESS coverage.  This means it responds after your collectible health benefits have been utilized.  All registered students are required by the University to have medical insurance coverage.  You are advised to check with your primary medical insurance company about obtaining an up-to-date medical insurance card to keep in your possession.

Many students carry private medical insurance coverage through a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO), Preferred Provider Organization (PPO), Exclusive Provider Organization (EPO), Point-of-Service, or other managed care plan which requires members to utilize specific network physicians and facilities in order to receive the maximum benefit coverage from their plan. PLEASE NOTE: If for any reason an athlete chooses not to utilize his/her HMO, PPO, EPO coverage and/or network providers, the athlete shall be financially responsible for any medical expenses incurred as a result of the injury.

SHIP does not provide coverage for injuries incurred while participating in an Intercollegiate Athletic competition or practice.  Please refer to the “medical care that is not covered” section of the SHIP booklet.

The UCD medical insurance includes the following:

Policy Limit:…………………........................................................ $90,000 (combined benefits)
Coverage Period:……………......................................................... 2 years from the date of injury

When a student-athlete is injured while participating in UCD Intercollegiate Athletics, in actual play or authorized practice, the limit for medical expenses is $90,000.  For coverage to apply, the injured student-athlete MUST:


•     NOTIFY THE ATHLETIC TRAINER OF THE INJURY WITHIN 30 DAYS FROM THE DATE IT OCCURRED.   Documentation of the injury by our certified athletic trainer is required in order to complete an Injury Report form.  The information provided on the Injury Report form is necessary in order to obtain medical care for the injury.

•     SUBMIT THE CLAIM TO YOUR PRIVATE INSURANCE CARRIER(S).  The University is not responsible for processing a claim through an athlete’s private insurance.  Once all available benefits have been exhausted and appropriate claims documentation has been received, the University’s coverage will take effect.



You are required to utilize your prescription drug benefit through your primary insurance plan for any medication prescribed for an athletic injury.

If medical bills for a covered injury exceed $90,000 within two years from date of injury, catastrophic insurance may apply if the student-athlete has no other medical coverage.

There is a $50,000 Accidental Death & Dismemberment benefit for all qualified student-athletes.    

Am I eligible for insurance coverage for athletic injuries?
UC Davis ICA supplies medical insurance coverage for student-athletes injured while participating in scheduled, supervised and sponsored intercollegiate athletic competitions or authorized practice sessions and practice-related activities. ICA insurance coverage is provided at no cost to you.  The medical insurance provided through UC Davis ICA Insurance is excess, or secondary, coverage. This means it responds after your health insurance benefits have been utilized. Please be reminded that ALL registered students are required by the University to have medical insurance coverage.  Additionally, UC Davis ICA Insurance coverage is provided ONLY for treatment that is provided and/or referred through the UC Davis ICA Team Physician Network (TPN). 

What is the UCD ICA Team Physician Network (TPN)?
As an integral part of the total Sports Medicine Program, the UC Davis Intercollegiate Athletics Team Physician Network (TPN) is dedicated to the health, welfare, and performance of all student-athletes. This is a multidisciplinary network with an expert medical staff of 8-12 physicians and includes primary care, sports medicine, orthopedic surgery, osteopathy, and physical medicine and rehabilitation.  They are the primary care providers for all intercollegiate athletic-related injuries/illness and provide the highest quality of care in a very efficient, convenient and professional environment.  The TPN is affiliated with UC Davis Student Health and Counseling Services, the UC Davis Medical Center Sports Medicine Clinic, the UC Davis Medical Center Department of Orthopedic Surgery, and other local medical groups.

Meet the TPN:

Cassandra Lee, M.D.

Richard Marder, M.D.

Amy Sekhon-Atwal, M.D.

Jeffrey Tanji, M.D.

James Van Den Bogaerde, M.D.

Brandee Waite, M.D.

What happens if I'm injured?

Report your injury to a UCD Athletic Trainer immediately.  The ATC will assess your injury and determine if a consultation with a UCD ICA Team Physician is appropriate.  The Team Physician will diagnose and treat most athletic injuries, coordinate health care, and issue referrals to medical providers when additional care or a specialist is needed. Referrals are made at the sole and absolute discretion of the UCD ICA Team Physicians. The UCD ICA Insurance Representative will then carry out the referral process, secure necessary appointments, and coordinate insurance coverage for you.

What are the benefits of utilizing the UCD ICA Team Physician Network?

Among the many benefits of utilizing the TPN are the “beginning-to-end” services provided from the certified athletic trainers to the insurance coordinator to the team physicians.  All these services have been put in place to offer a seamless process to assist each student-athlete and family during a highly emotional and complicated time. We understand that many families have pre-existing relationships with other doctors and medical providers; you may see other doctors and providers through your own private insurance, but by utilizing the TPN you become part of a system that is designed to reinforce the principles listed below:


·      Continuity of care: a team physician will follow you through the duration of your injury

·      A Team Physician is available to treat student-athletes at least 5 days per week, plus at  
  many games/events

·      Team Physicians Clinics are conveniently located on-campus

·      Access to the UCD Athletic Training Room for Rehabilitation Services

·      A streamlined system of communication between Team Physicians, student-athletes,
  Athletic Trainers and coaches

·      Complete coordination of medical treatment

·      Complete coordination of insurance coverage, plus management and payment of your
  medical bills

·      There is no cost to you! 

Can I pursue treatment with my own doctor of choice outside the UCD ICA Team Physician Network?

 If you receive medical care without prior referral and/or authorization from the UCD ICA Team Physician Network, the expenses will NOT be covered by ICA Insurance, except for urgent or emergency care of a medical emergency.

This is a summary of ICA Sports Medicine Program policy & procedures. For more information on UC Davis ICA Insurance or the UC Davis ICA TPN, please contact the Athletic Insurance Representative at (530) 752-9200, or visit the athletic training website at

*This is intended as a summary or an explanation of benefits.  It does not in any way serve to change or supersede the master policies.

6/2014-policy year 2014-15. If you have any questions, please contact the Athletic Insurance Coordinator at (530) 752-9200, or visit

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Athletic Training & Rehabilitation Policies and Procedures

The Intercollegiate Sports Medicine staff at UC Davis is comprised of nine Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC's), 34 student athletic trainers/interns, a volunteer physical therapist, and eight team physicians. Please know that your health is of the utmost importance to us. Our goal is to keep you playing, but safely.

There are three athletic training rooms on campus, the Pavilion Athletic Training Room in the ARC/Pavilion and the Stadium Athletic Training Room in Aggie Stadium and the Dick Lewis Athletic Training satellite facility. These are co-ed facilities so please arrive dressed appropriately. The Pavilion Athletic Training Room and Aggie Stadium Athletic training room is where ALL rehabilitation takes place Monday through Friday.


Intercollegiate Athletics has several team physicians with a variety of sports medicine specialties available for the care of its student-athletes. There is a team physician clinic offered in the evenings Monday - Friday in the Pavilion Athletic Training Room. We encourage you to communicate with your athletic trainer to schedule an appointment with a team physician. 


  1. Report ALL injuries, skin irregularities and illnesses to a staff certified athletic trainer IMMEDIATELY.
  2. All athletes MUST shower before coming to the athletic training room unless urgent care is needed.
  3. NO food in the athletic training rooms.
  4. NO cleats in the athletic training rooms.
  5. NO foul language.
  6. NO shoes on tables.
  7. NO BIKES in the buildings.
  8. NO use of cell phones in athletic training room
  9. It is YOUR responsibility to communicate with us if your needs are not being addressed. 


  1. Athletic Training Room hours are from 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  2. Sign in for all services on the provided computer each time you enter for rehabilitation.
  3. If classes prevent you from getting to rehabilitation, contact your athletic trainer to arrange for another treatment time.

If you need pre-practice assistance, the athletic training room servicing your team should be open at least 45-60 minutes before your practice begins. Budget your time accordingly. 

The athletic training rooms are open generally 30 minutes after the last practice of the day or end of the game for ice and any injury evaluation needs.

Please contact Tina Tubbs MS ATC, director of sports medicine and head athletic trainer, if you have additional questions or concerns regarding athletic training hours, policies, or procedures.

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Alcohol & Drug Policy

No alcohol or drugs are allowed at team functions sponsored or endorsed by UC Davis Athletics. A team function is any event in which team members are requested to participate and/or the coach is present. Coaches who host or attend functions attended by student-athletes must adhere to this policy. If there are any doubts about the applicability of this policy, the athletic director should be consulted. The only exception to this policy is when alcoholic beverages are served during UC Davis Athletics special events where consumption of alcoholic beverages is governed by campus policy.

Consumption of alcohol, drugs or tobacco products while participating as a member of a UC Davis team is a violation. At away contests, student-athletes and coaches are considered representatives of the university from the time they leave campus until they return. UC Davis is a member of the NCAA and will adhere to all drug policies as established and published in the NCAA manual and on the current NCAA website. A partial list of banned substances is available in the Student-Athlete Academic Services office and in this student-athlete handbook. The list is subject to change and the institution and student-athlete shall be held accountable for all banned drug classes on the current list.

The most current list of banned substances is located on the NCAA website at All tobacco products are banned by the NCAA and the Big West Conference at all practices, contests, and team functions. Any student-athlete who violates the UC Davis campus drug and alcohol policy for all students will be treated like any other student. Violators of the NCAA and/or the UC Davis Athletics alcohol and drug policy will be required to meet with the athletic director and head coach where appropriate disciplinary action may be assessed. In addition, the student-athlete may be referred to Student Judicial Affairs for review. Punitive actions will be determined on a case-by-case basis under the guidance of the NCAA and UC Davis policies. Violations of the NCAA drug policy automatically result in loss of one year of eligibility and suspension from the rest of the current sport season.

In January 2014, UC Davis became a smoke and tobacco free campus.  All forms of tobacco--including but not limited to cigarettes, cigars, pipes, water pipes, electronic cigarettes, and all forms of smokeless tobacco--are banned.  This policy applies to all University property including campus buildings, parking structures and lots, University vehicles, open spaces, grounds, and off-campus University-owned or leased residential facilities.  For more information, see

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Mandatory Life Skills Presentations

UC Davis Life skills program provides resources and education regarding student-athlete life skills that include: drug/alcohol education, social networking techniques, motivational and peak performance skills and other related skills that pertain to student-athlete life skills. Throughout the year resources are updated on the Student-Athlete SmartSite and made available to the students. Each year there are mandatory life skills presentations that cover one of the many educational components the department chooses to address for that year.

For any student that misses the mandatory presentation for class or personal reasons there will be an opportunity to make up for the missed presentation. All student-athletes that miss the assignment will be contacted by Josh Flushman, Associate Athletics Director, Sports Performance, Enhancement and Development (, 530-752-3525) and he will coordinate the make-up assignment and date of completion with each student-athlete.

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Year-Round Drug Testing

The NCAA has approved year-round drug testing in every sport. This includes summer. Before you leave campus in spring, make sure your coach has your contact information. You may be selected for drug testing even if you are in another state (or another country) during the summer; the NCAA has made arrangements for testing sites around the world and will require you to report to a site in a city near you.

Drug testing happens very quickly. You will be contacted by phone by a staff member in UC Davis Athletics and given instructions. Typically you will report for drug testing 24-36 hours later. Failure to report for drug testing is considered the same as testing positive. Student-athletes who test positive are deemed ineligible for one year; that year is also counted as one of your four seasons of eligibility.

The NCAA maintains a list of banned drug classes and provides examples of banned substances in each drug class on the NCAA website.

The 2014-15 NCAA Banned Drug List is also provided below.

Please notify your athletic trainer if you are taking any medications or supplements.

Any nutritional supplement use may present risks to your health and athletic eligibility. The nutritional supplement industry is not regulated. In some instances, not all ingredients are listed on the product. Additionally, cross contamination of banned substances can occur at the factories where supplements are made.

Any questions regarding NCAA banned drugs and the use of nutritional supplements should be referred to the institution's designated athletics department resource individual:

Tina Tubbs, Director of Sports Medicine
264 Hickey Gym
UC Davis
One Shields Ave
Davis, CA 95616
Phone: (530) 752-0647

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It is your responsibility to check with the appropriate or designated athletics staff
before using any substance

The NCAA bans the following classes of drugs:

  • Stimulants
  • Anabolic Agents
  • Alcohol and Beta Blockers (banned for rifle only)
  • Diuretics and Other Masking Agents
  • Street Drugs
  • Peptide Hormones and Analogues
  • Anti-estrogens
  • Beta-2 Agonists

Note: Any substance chemically related to these classes is also banned.
The institution and the student-athlete shall be held accountable for all drugs within the banned drug class regardless of whether they have been specifically identified.

Drugs and Procedures Subject to Restrictions

  • Blood Doping
  • Local Anesthetics (under some conditions)
  • Manipulation of Urine Samples
  • Beta-2 Agonists permitted only by prescription and inhalation
  • Caffeine if concentrations in urine exceed 15 micrograms/ml


NCAA Nutritional/Dietary Supplements Warning

Before consuming any nutritional/dietary supplement product, review the product with the appropriate or designated athletics department staff!

  • Dietary supplements are not well regulated and may cause a positive drug test result.
  • Student-athletes have tested positive and lost their eligibility using dietary supplements.
  • Many dietary supplements are contaminated with banned drugs not listed on the label.
  • Any product containing a dietary supplement ingredient is taken at your own risk.

Note to Student-Athletes: There is no complete list of banned substances.
Do not rely on this list to rule out any supplement ingredient.

Check with your athletics department staff prior to using a supplement.

Some Examples of NCAA Banned Substances in Each Drug Class

Amphetamine (Adderall); caffeine (guarana); cocaine; ephedrine; fenfluramine (Fen); methamphetamine; methylphenidate (Ritalin); phentermine (Phen); synephrine (bitter orange); methylhexaneamine, “bath salts” (mephedrone) etc.
exceptions: phenylephrine and pseudoephedrine are not banned.

Anabolic Agents (sometimes listed as a chemical formula, such as 3,6,17-androstenetrione)
Androstenedione; boldenone; clenbuterol; DHEA (7-Keto); epi-trenbolone; etiocholanolone; methasterone; methandienone; nandrolone; norandrostenedione; stanozolol; stenbolone; testosterone; trenbolone; etc.

Alcohol and Beta Blockers (banned for rifle only)
Alcohol; atenolol; metoprolol; nadolol; pindolol; propranolol; timolol; etc.

Diuretics (water pills) and Other Masking Agents
Bumetanide; chlorothiazide; furosemide; hydrochlorothiazide; probenecid; spironolactone (canrenone); triameterene; trichlormethiazide; etc.

Street Drugs
Heroin; marijuana; tetrahydrocannabinol (THC); synthetic cannabinoids (eg. spice, K2, JWH-018, JWH-073)

Peptide Hormones and Analogues
Growth hormone(hGH); human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG); erythropoietin (EPO); etc.

Anastrozole; tamoxifen; formestane; clomiphene, etc.

Beta-2 Agonists
Bambuterol; formoterol; salbutamol; salmeterol; etc.

Additional examples of banned drugs can be found at (Any substance that is chemically related to the class, even if it is not listed as an example, is also banned!)

Information about ingredients in medications and nutritional/dietary supplements can be obtained by contacting the Resource Exchange Center, REC, 877-202-0769 or password ncaa1, ncaa2 or ncaa3. 

It is your responsibility to check with appropriate or designated athletics staff before using any substance

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Nutritional Supplement/Ergogenic Aids/Creatine Statement

UC Davis student-athletes depend on the coaches and sports medicine staff to supply them with accurate and sound information on sports nutrition and help them discern media hype from fact in reference to supplements. The environment for today's student-athlete is filled with easy access to products which are legal but which contain substances banned by the NCAA. Many student-athletes assume incorrectly that if these products can be purchased at a health food store they must be allowed under NCAA rules. Reliance on the advice of the clerk at the store or the distributor at the gym or anyone who is not with the student-athlete's athletic program has resulted in erroneous information about whether the product contains an NCAA banned substance. Appeals based on this argument have not been successful in overturning a positive drug test penalty.

Some common nutritional supplements are creatine, DHEA, androstenedione, 19-norandrostenedione, glucosamine, ma huang (ephedrine), amino acids and ginseng. Many fat burners and weight gain products contain nutritional supplements. Nutritional supplements can come in pills, powders, liquids, and bars. Some are NCAA banned substances and some are not. They are all legal and may be obtained at grocery stores, pharmacies, health food stores, on the internet, and many other locations.

Nutritional supplements are marketed to athletes to improve performance. Many athletes use nutritional supplements despite proof that the supplements are ineffective. In addition, such substances are expensive and may be harmful to health or performance. Creatine, for example, has been found in some laboratory studies to enhance short-term high intensity exercise capability, delay fatigue on repeated bouts of exercise and increase strength. Several studies have contradicted these claims and, moreover, the safety of creatine supplements has not been verified. Many compounds obtained from nutrition stores and mail order companies may not be subject to strict regulations set by the United States Food and Drug Administration. Therefore, many of these supplements do not accurately list all their ingredients and may contain impurities or banned substances. In fact, many athletes have tested positive while taking these "supplements" and have lost at least a year of athletic eligibility, even after appeals.

It is not permissible for an institution to provide nutritional supplements to its student-athletes, unless the supplement is a non-muscle-building supplement and is included in one of the four classes identified in NCAA Bylaw Additionally, it is not permissible for an institution or an institutional staff member to sell or arrange the sale of muscle-building supplements to student-athletes.

If you have questions regarding banned substances or nutritional supplements please consult with a UC Davis athletic trainer or contact the Center for Drug Free Sport, at or (816) 474-8655.

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Social Networking Websites Policy

Student-athletes, as members of the UC Davis community, are permitted to have profiles on social networking websites such as MySpace and Facebook provided that:

  • No offensive or inappropriate pictures are posted.
  • No offensive or inappropriate comments are posted.
  • Any information placed on the website(s) does not violate the ethics and intent behind both the student code of conduct AND the student-athlete code of conduct.

Student-athletes should remember that they are ambassadors of the University of California and always in the public eye. Content posted by student-athletes at other institutions or even other students on campus may not be acceptable on the profile. Questions regarding acceptable content per Intercollegiate Athletics policy should be directed Tracy Cumming, Director of Compliance (2266 Cowell, (530) 752-6146,; Mike Robles, Assistant Athletics Director, Communications (Student Affairs Annex, (530) 752-3680,; or to the head coach, sport supervisor, or athletic director.

NOTE: The UC Davis Police Department, Student Judicial Affairs, and other local police and sheriff's offices check these websites daily. In addition to the unfortunate reality of online predators, potential employers and internship supervisors also use these sites to screen candidates. Many graduate programs and scholarship committees now search these sites to screen applicants. We advise UC Davis student-athletes to exercise extreme caution in their use of social networking websites.

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Hazing Policy

UC Davis Athletics supports only those activities which are constructive, educational, and inspirational and that contribute to the intellectual and personal development of students. UC Davis Athletics unequivocally opposes any situation created intentionally to produce mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment or ridicule.

UC Davis interprets hazing as any act whether physical, mental, emotional or psychological, which subjects another person, voluntarily or involuntarily, to anything that may abuse, mistreat, degrade, humiliate, harass or intimidate the person, or which may in any fashion compromise the inherent dignity of the person. In addition, any requirements by a member which compels another member to participate in any activity which is against university policy or state/federal law will be defined as hazing.

Actions and activities that are prohibited include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Any type of initiation or other activity where there is an expectation of individuals joining a particular team to participate in behavior designed to humiliate, degrade, or abuse them regardless of the person's willingness to participate.
  • Forcing, requiring or pressuring an individual to consume alcohol or any other substance.
  • Forcing, requiring, or pressuring an individual to shave any part of the body, including hair on the head.
  • Any requirement or pressure put on an individual to participate in any activity that is illegal, perverse, publicly indecent, contrary to genuine morals and/or beliefs, e.g., public profanity, indecent or lewd conduct or sexual gestures in public.
  • Required eating of anything an individual would refuse to eat otherwise.
  • Any activity or action that creates a risk to the health, safety or property of the University or any member of its community.
  • Forcing or requiring calisthenics, such as push-ups, sit-ups and runs.
  • Assigning or endorsing pranks such as stealing or harassment of another organization.
  • Awakening or disturbing individuals during normal sleeping hours.
  • Expecting or pressuring individuals to participate in an activity in which the full membership is not willing to participate.
  • Physical abuse of any kind.
  • Forcing, encouraging or pressuring someone to wear in public apparel which is conspicuous and not within the norm of what is considered to be in good taste.
  • Engaging in public stunts and foolery.
  • Nudity at any time or forced reading of pornographic material.
  • Paddling, beating or otherwise permitting a member to hit other members.
  • Having substances such as eggs, mud, paint and honey thrown at, poured on or otherwise applied to the body of a member.
  • Morally degrading/humiliating games or other activity that makes a member the object of amusement, ridicule or intimidation.
  • Subjecting a member to cruel and unusual psychological conditions.

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Updated Oct. 2, 2014

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Men's BasketballDon't tell these Aggies there was nothing to play forDavis Enterprise, March 8, 2015
Men's BasketballTop-seeded UC Davis men won't take Northridge lightlySacramento Bee, March 8, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis men's assistant Davis has just the right touchDavis Enterprise, March 8, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis avoids a letdown in 80-61 win over UC irvineSacramento Bee, March 8, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis wins Big West regular season championshipABC News10, March 6, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis clinches the Big West championshipABC News10, March 6, 2015
Men's BasketballLes is more for the AggiesThe California Aggie, March 05, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis men's hoops team wins first-ever Big West titleKCRA Sacramento, March 5, 2015
Women's BasketballUCR's endurance crew outlasts UC DavisPress Enterprise, March 5, 2015
SoftballCardinal suffer late-inning heartbreak against AggiesThe Stanford Daily, March 04, 2015
Men's BasketballLes is more for the AggiesThe California Aggie, March 5, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis beats UC Riverside 61-59 in last-minute victorySacramento Bee, March 5, 2015
BaseballWolf Pack holds off UC Davis charge for another one-run winReno Gazette-Journal, March 3, 2015
Women's TrackInside the Game with Ashley MarshallThe Aggie, March 3, 2015
Women's BasketballProblems in the PavilionThe Aggie, March 3, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis pulls away from Cal Poly, 68-54Fox Sports, March 1, 2015
GeneralThis Week in SportsThe Aggie, Feb 23-March 1, 2015
Women's TennisDons Defeat UC Davis 4-3Tennis World, Feb. 28, 2015
Men's BasketballCal Poly men fall to first-place UC DavisThe Tribune, Feb. 28, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis pulls away from Cal Poly, 68-54Sacramento Bee, Feb. 28, 2015
Men's BasketballHead coach Jim Les helms successful teamThe Aggie, Feb. 26, 2015
Women's BasketballFipps sets UC Davis scoring recordSierra Star, Feb. 26, 2015
Women's Swimming and DivingUC Davis' Roberts named to all-conference honor rollNapa Valley Register, Feb. 26, 2015
Women's Swimming and DivingSwimming and diving team finish 2nd in the MPSF ChampionshipsThe Aggie, Feb. 26, 2015
Men's BasketballHead coach Jim Les helms successful teamThe California Aggie, February 26, 2015
BaseballTimely Hitting and Strong Pitching Leads Eagles Past UC DavisEastern Michigan Eagles, Feb. 25, 2015
BaseballUCD baseball wins on walk-offSacramento Bee, Feb. 24, 2015
BaseballBaseball Falls in Walk-off Fashion To UC DavisEastern Michigan Eagles, Feb. 24, 2015
Men's TennisWindy wins for UC Davis tennisThe Aggie, Feb. 24, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis protects the PavilionThe California Aggie, February 24, 2015
Men's BasketballCrowning, Feb. 24, 2015
Men's BasketballRitcharts of Auburn Enjoying a Unique Basketball SeasonThe Sacramento Bee, Feb. 24, 2015
Men's BasketballBasketball In His VeinsThe Aggie, Feb. 24, 2015
Women's BasketballFipps sets UC Davis Scoring RecordSierra Star, Feb. 24, 2015
Women's GymnasticsWomen's gymnastics vaults over UC DavisSpartan Daily, Feb. 23, 2015
BaseballBaseball Opens Two-Game Set at UC DavisEastern Michigan Athletics, Feb. 23, 2015
Men's BasketballTyler Les hits nine three-pointers in UC Davis' win over HawaiiThe Sacramento Bee, Feb. 21, 2015
Men's BasketballUH Men's Hoop Team Falls Short at UC DavisHawaii News Now, Feb. 21, 2015
Men's BasketballLong Beach State Men's Basketball's Falls To UC DavisGrunion Gazette, Feb. 20, 2015
Men's BasketballLong Beach State Men's Basketball's Losing Skid Hits FourLong Beach State, Feb. 19, 2015
LacrosseLacrosse defies oddsThe Aggie, Feb. 19, 2015
Men's BasketballCorey Hawkins considers Philly to be, Feb. 19, 2015
Women's Swimming and DivingAggies Ready to Make a Splash in MPSF ChampionshipsThe Aggie, Feb. 18, 2015
Women's BasketballFipps having record-breaking season at UC DavisSierraStar, Feb. 18, 2015
Men's BasketballLong Beach State men's basketball set for huge showdown with UC DavisLong Beach State, Feb. 18, 2015
Women's TennisCSUF women's tennis falls to UC Davis rallyDaily Titan, Feb. 17, 2015
Men's BasketballAggies Win In The Clash Of the TitansThe Aggie, Feb. 16, 2015
Men's BasketballFullerton falters late in loss to UC DavisOrange County Register, Feb. 13, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis cruises to 75-69 win over Cal State, Feb. 13, 2015
Women's BasketballFipps finishes strong as Aggie women top TitansDavis Enterprise, Feb. 13, 2015
Men's BasketballUCD proves team concept, wins again without HawkinsDavis Enterprise, Feb. 13, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis men's basketball keep perfect record at PavilionSacramento Bee, Feb. 13, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis cruises to 75-69 win over Cal State FullertonCBS Sports, Feb. 13, 2015
BaseballUC Davis Baseball Season Opens up with RoadtripThe Aggie, Feb. 12, 2015
Women's WaterpoloInside the game with Allyson HansenThe Aggie, Feb. 12, 2015
SoftballBig innings vault UCD to 10-1 softball win over PacificDavis Enterprise, Feb. 11, 2015
Men's SoccerRepublic FC to play at UC Davis in soccer tripleheaderSacramento Bee, Feb. 11, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis shoots its way to top of Big West ConferenceSan Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 11, 2015
Men's BasketballTeam's stoppers do much more amid historic successSacramento Bee, Feb. 11, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis shoots its way to top of Big West ConferenceSF Gate, Feb. 10, 2015
Women's GymnasticsAggie Gymnastics fall short against George WashingtonThe Aggie, Feb. 10, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis men's basketball team alone atop Big West standingsDaily Democrat, Feb. 9, 2015
Men's Basketball5 things we learned from UC Davis vs. CSUNFox Sports, Feb. 8, 2015
Men's BasketballUCD Forward Thanks Oakmont for SuccessThe Press Tribune, Feb. 6, 2015
Women's BasketballMatadors suffer third consecutive loss against UC DavisThe Sundial, Feb. 6, 2015
Men's BasketballCorey Hawkins turns UC Davis into a Big West contenderNBC Sports, Feb. 5, 2015
Men's BasketballAggies subdue 'EatersDaily Pilot, Feb. 5, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis men, without best player, rout UC IrvineSacramento Bee, Feb. 5, 2015
Men's BasketballLike father, like son: Corey Hawkins is a scorerSlam Online, Jan. 26, 2015
FootballAggies get `our kind of guys,' says football coach GouldDavis Enterprise, Feb. 5, 2015
Men's BasketballSac State, UC Davis men's teams hope to maintain buzzSacramento Bee, Feb. 5, 2015
FootballlEx-Cal Coach's Deep Impact on Super Bowl Feb. 1, 2015
Men's Basketball'Eaters take on fellow leadersDaily Pilot, Feb. 3, 2015
Men's BasketballTally another televised win for UC Davis men's basketballDaily Democrat, Feb. 3, 2015
Men's BasketballAggies stampede past Mustangs on ESPNUCalifornia Aggie, Feb. 3, 2015
Men's BasketballLes leads basketball team into uncharted territoryCalifornia Aggie, Feb. 3, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis Aggies come from behind to top Cal PolySacramento Bee, Feb. 1, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis edges Cal Poly in overtime 81-78USA Today, Feb. 1, 2015
Men's BasketballCal Poly men's basketball team faces upstart UC DavisThe Tribune, Jan. 30, 2015
Men's BasketballFirst place teams face big home testsSacramento Bee, Jan. 29, 2015
Men's BasketballBest ever? UC Davis' Corey Hawkins makes case with stellar playSacramento Bee, Jan. 26, 2015
Women's TennisVikings Cant Hold Off Aggies in Singles, Drop Season-Opener 6-1Portland State Vikings, Jan. 24, 2015
Women's Swimming & DivingUC Davis Women Edge UCSB GauchosSwim, Swam, Jan. 24, 2015
Women's Swimming & DivingSWM:Gaucho women edged by DavisPresidio Sports, Jan. 24, 2015
Men's GolfBig West PreviewGolfweek, Jan. 24, 2015
Track & FieldAggie track teams to try different combinations, fall back on vetsDavis Enterprise, Jan. 22, 2015
Track & FieldVersatile, experienced Sheffield hits ground running at UCDDavis Enterprise, Jan. 22, 2015
Women's BasketballComing from cold weather, Harris' shooting is red-hot for UCDDavis Enterprise, Jan. 21, 2015
Men's BasketballFirst-place Aggie men's basketball being noticed far and wideDavis Enterprise, Jan. 21, 2015
Men's TennisSports briefs: Singles success sends UCD net squad past PacificDavis Enterprise, Jan. 18, 2015
Women's BasketballFreshmen lead Aggie women in win over FullertonDavis Enterprise, Jan. 18, 2015
Men's BasketballCal State Fullerton fails to catch UC DavisOC Register, Jan. 17, 2015
Women's BasketballHigh-flying Fipps' 29 leads turnover-prone Aggies over UCRDavis Enterprise, Jan. 16, 2015
Women's Water PoloConvenient local connection aides UCD women's water poloDavis Enterprise, Jan. 16, 2015
Women's TennisVery young UCD women set for Friday tennis openerDavis Enterprise, Jan. 15, 2015
Women's Water PoloTough competition everywhere as Aggie women open water polo yearDavis Enterprise, Jan. 15, 2015
Men's BasketballDoes UC Davis' success provide a template for UCR?Press Enterprise, Jan. 15, 2015
Men's BasketballHome no advantage for UCR (vs. UC Davis)Press Enterprise, Jan. 15, 2015
Men's SoccerMLS SuperDraft: 20 players who define college cropSoccer America, Jan. 14, 2015
Men's BasketballUCD roundup: Hawkins picked among the nation's top 25 hoopstersDavis Enterprise, Jan. 14, 2015
Women's BasketballAfter serving notice, UCD women have hoops work to do at homeDavis Enterprise, Jan. 14, 2015
Women's Water PoloAggies relish Olympic opportunityDavis Enterprise, Jan. 13, 2015
Men's TennisUCD men to gauge progress in spring tennis openerDavis Enterprise, Jan. 13, 2015
Men's BasketballAggies are ready for more closeups, Mr. DeMilleDavis Enterprise, Jan. 13, 2015
FootballNapa High grad Jones making impact for UC DavisNapa Valley Register, Jan. 13, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis men's basketball wins televised game, schedules 2 moreDaily Democrat, Jan. 12, 2015
Men's BasketballGreg Crawford On BasketballJan. 11, 2015
Men's BasketballAggies thrill ESPNU, Pavilion audiences with overtime victoryDavis Enterprise, Jan. 11, 2015
Men's BasketballThird time was the charm for UC DavisDaily Democrat, Jan. 11, 2015
Swimming & DivingUCD roundup: Swimmers show speed at Aggie OpenDavis Enterprise, Jan. 11, 2015
Men's BasketballAggies thrill ESPNU, Pavilion audiences with overtime victoryDavis Enterprise, Jan. 10, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis gets past Long Beach State in OT, 73-67ABC News 10, Jan. 10, 2015
Men's BasketballAggies put on a show on national TVSacramento Bee, Jan. 10, 2015
FootballThese NFL backs are on the run from Berkeley (Ron Gould)Los Angeles Times, Jan. 10, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis men roll past CSUN in Big West openerDavis Enterprise, Jan. 8, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis wins Big West opener with hot shootingSacramento Bee, Jan. 8, 2015
Women's BasketballUCD women start on the road with the Big West's bestDavis Enterprise, Jan. 7, 2015
Men's BasketballAggie men open league play on WednesdayDavis Enterprise, Jan. 7, 2015
Men's SoccerThe SBI 2015 MLS Mock Draft (Version 1.0), Jan. 6, 2015
Women's GymnasticsBest start in Aggie gymnastics history fuels NorCal performanceDavis Enterprise, Jan. 6, 2015
Men's BasketballEver-shifting Big West men's hoops slate begins in earnestDavis Enterprise, Jan. 6, 2015
Women's BasketballAggie women head into Big West play on a high noteDavis Enterprise, Jan. 4, 2015
Men's SoccerSBI Soccer's 2015 MLS Draft Big Board (v 2.0), Jan. 4, 2015
Men's BasketballUC Davis men scuttle Cal Maritime Academy, 78-41Davis Enterprise, Jan. 4, 2015
Men's BasketballLast Aggie hoops tuneups come Saturday in Pavilion doubleheaderDavis Enterprise, Jan. 1, 2015
Men's BasketballSac State's Hilliard, UC Davis' Graham point to their pastSacramento Bee, Dec. 24, 2014
Women's BasketballUCD women hang tough against No. 16 StanfordDavis Enterprise, Dec. 23, 2014
Women's BasketballUCD women look to improve, despite game at No. 7 StanfordDavis Enterprise, Dec. 21, 2014
Women's BasketballColleges: McGuire earning positive feedbackVentura County Star, Dec. 21, 2014
FootballAggie Manzanares not quite finished carrying the rockDavis Enterprise, Dec. 21, 2014
Men's BasketballSecond-half run spurs Aggie men to 8-1Davis Enterprise, Dec. 21, 2014
FootballUCD RB coach Wright heads to Florida; what next?Davis Enterprise, Dec. 19, 2014
Men's Mid-Major, Dec. 18, 2014
Swimming & DivingUCD women gear up for second half of swim seasonDavis Enterprise, Dec. 18, 2014
Men's BasketballAggie men begin 4-game road trip at Air ForceDavis Enterprise, Dec. 18, 2014
BaseballFormer Aggie Descalso inks deal with ColoradoDavis Enterprise, Dec. 17, 2014
General NewsTumey talks about state of Aggie athletics, where they're headedDavis Enterprise, Dec. 17, 2014
Swimming & DivingFacey signs with UC DavisNapa Valley Register, Dec. 16, 2014
Men's SoccerDavis soccer legacy seen in professional ranksDavis Enterprise, Dec. 14, 2014
Men's BasketballHappy with 7-1 start, but there's still plenty of work aheadSacramento Bee, Dec. 10, 2014
Men's BasketballRecap: UC Davis vs Eastern IllinoisMerced Sun-Star, Dec. 10, 2014
Men's BasketballAggies double-dip against Eastern IllinoisThe Davis Enterprise, Dec. 10, 2014
Men's BasketballAggie men return home for rematch with Eastern IllinoisThe Davis Enterprise, Dec. 09, 2014
Men's BasketballUC Davis Aggies 6-0, 1st in Big West ConferenceESPN, Dec. 04, 2014
Men's Basketball2014-15 College Basketball Standings: Big WestFox Sports, Dec. 04, 2014
Men's BasketballUndefeated UC Davis beats San Jose St. 70-56Fox Sports, Dec. 04, 2014
Men's BasketballRecap: UC Davis vs. San Jose StKentucky, Dec. 04, 2014
Men's BasketballExperience helps Aggies extend undefeated startThe Sacramento Bee, Dec. 04, 2014
Men's BasketballAggies moving on after latest setbackThe Herald Journal, Dec. 04, 2014
Men's BasketballSPARTANS DROP SEVENTH STRAIGHTInsideTheSpartans, Dec. 04, 2014
Men's BasketballAggies spear visiting Spartans, win 70-56The California Aggie, Dec. 04, 2014
Men's BasketballSan Jose State (1-6) at UC Davis (5-0)Bradenton Herald, Dec. 03, 2014
Men's Basketball102-year-old Aggie basketball record could be tied WednesdayDavis Enterprise, Dec. 03, 2014
VolleyballSports briefs: Three Aggie volleyballers honored by Big WestDavis Enterprise, Dec. 03, 2014
VolleyballSports briefs: UCD sits third in BWC Cup standingsDavis Enterprise, Dec. 03, 2014
Men's BasketballGhosts of The Streak Past to lend Aggies encouragement?Davis Enterprise, Dec. 02, 2014
Men's BasketballUC Davis can match best start in men's basketball since 1912Sacramento Bee, Dec. 02, 2014
Men's BasketballThis week in men's sportsThe California Aggie, Dec. 02, 2014
Men's BasketballAggies face tough home testThe Herald Journal, Dec. 01, 2014
Men's BasketballAggie men badger Wolverines with another ride on `Energy Bus'Davis Enterprise, Nov. 30, 2014
FootballJoseph, Manzanares lead 10 All-Big Sky Aggie picksDavis Enterprise, Nov 26, 2014
Men's Water PoloUCD roundup: Aggies beat Cal Baptist to finish third in the poolDavis Enterprise, Nov 25, 2014
FootballNo excuses, but there's hope for UCD after 2-9 seasonDavis Enterprise, Nov 26, 2014
Men's SoccerSeason's over, but UCD is still making news on the pitchDavis Enterprise, Nov 25, 2014
FootballSacramento State downs UC Davis 41-30The State, Nov 22, 2014
FootballSilveria has been there through thick and thinDavis Enterprise, Nov 21, 2014
Women's BasketballFipps, Doherty, freshmen lead Aggie win over HornetsDavis Enterprise, Nov 19, 2014
Men's SoccerSports briefs: Former Aggie Amarikwa re-ups with ChicagoDavis Enterprise, Nov 19, 2014
FootballManzanares leads Aggie footballers past Cal PolyDavis Enterprise, Nov 16, 2014
Women's BasketballUCD women return to earth for Hornet matchupDavis Enterprise, Nov 18, 2014
Men's BasketballSo-so victory sends Aggie men off on tougher road tripDavis Enterprise, Nov 18, 2014
Men's BasketballHealthy Aggie men open with deep lineupDavis Enterprise, Nov 16, 2014
FootballCal Poly football team run over by UC DavisThe Tribune, Nov 15, 2014
VolleyballSports briefs: Aggies net another conference victoryDavis Enterprise, Nov 14, 2014
Women's BasketballNo. 1 UConn is at The Pavilion Friday nightDavis Enterprise, Nov 14, 2014
VolleyballAggressive Aggies are home for 4 straight volleyball matchesDavis Enterprise, Nov 12, 2014
Women's BasketballDeep, experienced and hungry, UCD women ready to rollDavis Enterprise, Nov 12, 2014
Men's BasketballUCD men ready to take healthy Big West jumpDavis Enterprise, Nov 12, 2014
Women's BasketballAggies tune up for No. 1 UConn as Sonoma State fallsDavis Enterprise, Nov 12, 2014
Cross CountryUCD roundup: Senior runner finishes in styleDavis Enterprise, Nov 09, 2014
Men's SoccerAggie soccer season comes to an endDavis Enterprise, Nov 09, 2014
VolleyballSports briefs: Squyres earns her third Big West weekly awardDavis Enterprise, Nov 05, 2014
FootballUCD falls to N. Arizona for 7th loss in a rowSacramento Bee, Nov 08, 2014
Women's Field HockeyStanford 2, UC Davis 1Palo Alto Online, Nov 07, 2014
Women's Field HockeySooy honored as UCD field hockey opponent setDavis Enterprise, Nov 05, 2014
Men's SoccerMacNamara and Wilson make sure UCD gets a home playoff matchDavis Enterprise, Nov 06, 2014
FootballInterception ends UC Davis rally as Aggies fall 27-21Sacramento Bee, Nov 01, 2014
Men's SoccerSports briefs: Aggie senior in the running for soccer awardDavis Enterprise, Oct. 29, 2014
Men's SoccerAggies tie two records in 0-0 decision with Sac StateDavis Enterprise, Oct. 26, 2014
Men's SoccerUC Davis' Martin Del Campo hopes for shot in MLSSacramento Bee, Oct. 24, 2014
Men's SoccerAggies expect a bonny meeting in SacramentoDavis Enterprise, Oct. 24, 2014
Women's BasketballShhh. Are Aggie women BWC's best-kept secret?Davis Enterprise, Oct. 24, 2014
Men's BasketballUCD roundup: Preseason awards roll in for Aggie hoopster HawkinsDavis Enterprise, Oct. 24, 2014
FootballBye No. 2 comes at perfect time for nicked-up UCDDavis Enterprise, Oct. 24, 2014
Men's SoccerAggie men beat Cal Poly, 1-0; alone at the topDavis Enterprise, Oct. 23, 2014
Women's BasketballSports briefs: Aggie women picked to take fourth in Big WestDavis Enterprise, Oct. 23, 2014
FootballWith blowout a distant memory, UCD takes on No. 6 GrizDavis Enterprise, Oct. 17, 2014
Women's SoccerInside the Game with Taylor JernThe California, Oct. 16, 2014
Swimming & DivingUCD swimmers eye third straight titleDavis Enterprise, Oct. 15, 2014
Men's GolfUCD roundup: Two Aggie men in top 10 after Day 1Davis Enterprise, Oct. 14, 2014
VolleyballUCD roundup: Another sweep for the Aggie womenDavis Enterprise, Oct. 12, 2014
FootballScott takes over and the offense sings a different tuneDavis Enterprise, Oct. 12, 2014
FootballCollege Football: Bobcats meet UC Davis in CaliforniaGreatFals Tribune, Oct. 11, 2014
FootballDavis loses football shootout with Montana State, 77-37The Sacramento Bee, Oct. 11, 2014
Men's Water PoloHall of Fame Coach Dante Dettamanti Named Men's Water Polo Assistant CoachSan José State Athletics, Oct. 7, 2014
SoftballNapa High gets a former Division I coachNapa Valley Register, Oct. 7, 2014
FootballNHS grad Jones has big game for UC DavisNapa Valley Register, Oct. 6, 2014
FootballAggies football suffers first home lossThe California Aggie, Oct. 2, 2014
Field HockeySports briefs: Copeland's late goal lifts UCD field hockeyDavis Enterprise, Sep. 26, 2014
FootballForte or Adams: pick your poison, AggiesDavis Enterprise, Sep. 26, 2014
Men's GolfAggie golfers take fifth in WashingtonDavis Enterprise, Sep. 24, 2014
Women's GolfUCD roundup: Aggie women reach finals of East/West golf tourneyDavis Enterprise, Sep. 23, 2014
Men's Soccer`We're a way better team' than record, says UCD's ShafferDavis Enterprise, Sep. 21, 2014
Men's Water PoloUCD roundup: Aggie men pound Pomona-Pitzer in the poolDavis Enterprise, Sep. 21, 2014
Women's GolfRegional digest: UC Davis reaches women's golf finalSacramento Bee, Sep. 21, 2014
Women's GolfRegional digest: UCD's Wong earns medalist honorSacramento Bee, Sep. 20, 2014
VolleyballAggies' new energy could be scary for Big WestDavis Enterprise, Sep. 19, 2014
Field HockeySports briefs: Aggie goalie wins weekly field hockey awardDavis Enterprise, Sep. 17, 2014
Women's GolfUCD women take third at elite golf eventDavis Enterprise, Sep. 17, 2014
Men's GolfAggie men stay in 10th to finish St. Mary's InviteDavis Enterprise, Sep. 17, 2014
VolleyballFormidable UCD defense melts HornetsDavis Enterprise, Sep. 17, 2014
FootballMore pressure on QB would be nice for AggiesDavis Enterprise, Sep. 16, 2014
FootballNo more FBS, but UCD's tough schedule continuesDavis Enterprise, Sep. 14, 2014
FootballAggie offense is there, but UCD can't stop RamsDavis Enterprise, Sep. 14, 2014
Women's SoccerUCD roundup: Dons do just enough to edge Aggie womenDavis Enterprise, Sep. 14, 2014
FootballCSU's big plays upend UC DavisSacramento Bee, Sep. 13, 2014
FootballAggies to try new-found explosiveness against FBS RamsDavis Enterprise, Sep. 12, 2014
Men's GolfAggie men finish fifth at fall openerDavis Enterprise, Sep. 10, 2014
FootballUC Davis foes: now they see Jermale, now they don'tDavis Enterprise, Sep. 9, 2014
Field HockeyUC Davis roundup: Aggies get first field hockey winDavis Enterprise, Sep. 7, 2014
FootballQuick Aggie strikes leave Skyhawks twisting in winDavis Enterprise, Sep. 7, 2014
FootballAggies kick into high gear, rout visiting Fort LewisSacramento Bee, Sep. 6, 2014
FootballPatience pays rewards for UCD quarterback London LacySacramento Bee, Sep. 6, 2014
FootballP Colton Schmidt just trying to blend, Sep. 6, 2014
Women's SoccerUCD roundup: Aggies edge Quinnipiac in overtimeDavis Enterprise, Sep. 2, 2014
Men's SoccerSBI's Top 40 MLS Draft College, Aug. 29, 2014
Men's Water PoloSports briefs: Aggie men ranked 11th in water polo pollDavis Enterprise, Aug. 28, 2014
Field HockeyNew attitude, new stadium for 2014 UCD field hockeyDavis Enterprise, Aug. 28, 2014
FootballAggies safety tackles one day at a timeVacaville Insider, Aug. 26, 2014
Cross CountryNew coach eager to see his Aggie charges hit the coursesDavis Enterprise, Aug. 27, 2014
FootballWatts likes what he's seen in keen Aggie DB competitionDavis Enterprise, Aug. 22, 2014
Women's BasketballHard hoops schedule features defending national champs at UCDDavis Enterprise, Aug. 20, 2014
GymnasticsUCD roundup: Aggie gymnasts are awesome at academicsDavis Enterprise, Aug. 20, 2014
Women's SoccerNew faces hope to push forward UCD women's soccerDavis Enterprise, Aug. 17, 2014
Women's Water PoloLocal college notes: UC Davis goalkeeper makes her pitch at baseballSacramento Bee, Aug. 13, 2014
FootballAggie ground game has a lot of ways to goDavis Enterprise, Aug. 13, 2014
FootballEx-Aggie Soto back in the fold as offensive QC managerDavis Enterprise, Aug. 12, 2014
VolleyballIn Conners, Aggies net another coaching coupDavis Enterprise, Aug. 10, 2014
FootballLeading tackler Boyett back to ratchet up UCD defenseDavis Enterprise, Aug. 7, 2014
Men's SoccerRamon Martin del Campo's Road to the U.S. U-23 TeamAmerican Soccer Now, Aug. 5, 2014
Men's SoccerQuincy Amarikwa: Years in the MakingDavis Enterprise, July 30, 2014
BaseballScott Lyman Plays the Scientific GamePalm Beach Gardens & Jupiter Florida Weekly, July 24, 2014
BaseballPatterson, With Help From Pops, Excelling at the, July 5, 2014
BaseballPatterson's Path Brings Him to NilesTribune Chronicle, July 4, 2014
Track & FieldKim Conley: Ever FasterRunning Times, June 30, 2014
Track & FieldFormer UC Davis star edges Hasay for first titleSacramento Bee, June 26, 2014
BaseballCatching on QuickTribune Chronicle, June 26, 2014
Women's VolleyballAggie women net a new coachDavis Enterprise, June 19, 2014
Track & FieldSpeedy Halsted also uses his headDavis Enterprise, June 19, 2014
FootballUCD's Manzanares on running back watch listDavis Enterprise, June 17, 2014
Men's BasketballNosek: the home-grown Blue Devil and Aggie championDavis Enterprise, June 15, 2014
Men's BasketballEx-Butler forward commits to UC DavisDavis Enterprise, June 15, 2014
BaseballEx-Ram, Mustang lands with IndiansStockton Record, June 14, 2014
Track & FieldFirst time at Nationals for long-distance Aggie Raquel LambdinDavis Enterprise, June 10, 2014
GeneralSix Aggies enter shrine; 3 student-athletes honoredDavis Enterprise, June 10, 2014
BaseballPatterson drafted by Indians; Trask off to UCLADavis Enterprise, June 8, 2014