My name is Paulo Camacho, and this is Macho Sports. March 4th, 2011. The UC Davis Women’s Tennis Team was set to face off against the UOP Tigers. It was an especially cloudy day, with no real threat of a rain-out. That didn’t bode well for the Tigers – after all, at 3-4, and facing […]
My name is Paulo Camacho, and this is Macho Sports. Out by the Memorial Union at UC Davis, next to the bus station, lies the Marya Welch Tennis Center. Many students park right by the complex for easy access to classes, without giving it a second thought. While understated and unassuming in nature, the […]
With the college basketball season coming to a close, the UC Davis men’s basketball team was focusing on a possible postseason. Even with a 9-16 record coming into Saturday, the Aggies still held their playoff destiny in their own hands.
When one thinks of the city of Davis, a few things come to mind: the iconic British-style red double decker buses of Unitrans; its notoriety as Bike City, USA; and its reputation as a small college town. However, despite these reputations, it is easy to overlook its sporting history – particularly, its affinity for spawning […]
My name is Paulo Camacho, and this is Macho Sports. On Monday, January 10th, Ducks took over the Davis Graduate. Oregon Ducks, that is. It was the day of the BCS National Championship game, between the #1 Auburn Tigers and the #2 Oregon Ducks. Expected to be a duel of high-octane offenses, the National Championship […]
He is a rather unassuming fellow, but regulars to the Grad know him, and his baritone voice, all too well. He sits at the end of the bar, with a microphone in hand, ready to give away free drinks, food and prizes to anyone who can answer his endless array of trivia questions. You may […]