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September 6, 2000
Tony Altobelli COSTA MESA - The Orange Coast College women's soccer team outshot Antelope Valley, 35-6, won the nonconference game, 4-2 and improved its overall record to a solid 3-1 Tuesday afternoon on the winner's field. So why was Coach Barbara Bond less than chipper about the outcome? "The bottom line was we put out a mediocre effort and got a mediocre performance out there today," Bond said. "We have so much talent on this team and we need to be more focused out there.
NEWS
March 11, 2001
split SANTA ANA - The Orange Coast College women's track and field team defeated Santa Ana, 94-48, and Antelope Valley, 80-50, in a tri-meet at Santa Ana Thursday. The Pirates' men's team split in its competition earning a 92-75 victory over Santa Ana and suffering an 84-83 loss to Antelope Valley. OCC's Heather Shurtleff took first place in the 1500 meters (4:51.8) and the 3000 meters (10.39.0). Julie Kroening, a Costa Mesa High product, won the 400 intermediate hurdles (1:12.
NEWS
December 1, 2000
Invitational SAN LUIS OBISPO - The Orange Coast College women's basketball team used the three-point shot to grab a 73-64 win over Antelope Valley in the quarterfinals of the Cuesta Tosco Invitational Thursday. The Pirates (4-4) move on to the semifinals, today at 6 p.m., against Allan Hancock College. Karyn Fierst and Kiersten Melville scored a game-high 18 points each, while Nadia Mojica finished with a double-double, 15 points and a team-high 11 rebounds.
LOCAL
February 26, 2009
Orange Coast College sophomores Simone Ibbotson and Casey Gomez have been named first-team All-Orange Empire Conference in women’s basketball. Ibbotson, a 5-foot-9 guard-forward, averaged a team-best 13.2 points per game, helping the Pirates to a 21-10 regular-season record. OCC was 8-4 in conference play, finishing third behind co-champions Cypress and Fullerton. Coach Mike Thornton’s Pirates will visit Antelope Valley (26-9) in the second round of the Southern California Regional playoffs, tonight at 7. OCC, the No. 14 seed in the 20-team Southern California bracket, defeated Antelope Valley, the No. 3 seed, 57-51, in their first meeting this season, Nov. 9 Ibbotson averaged 4.8 rebounds and shot 80% from the free-throw line (69 for 86)
SPORTS
February 27, 2009
MEN’S VOLLEYBALL UC Irvine def. Long Beach State IRVINE — Freshman opposite Carson Clark had 21 kills and sophomore outside hitter Jordan DuFault added 17 to lead the host Anteaters to a 30-27, 23-30, 33-31, 33-31 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation triumph Friday at the Bren Events Center. Clark hit .581 to help No. 2-ranked UCI improve to 14-3, 10-2 in conference. Long Beach State fell to 8-6, 7-4.   WOMEN’S TENNIS UC Irvine 5, Sacramento State 2 IRVINE — The Anteates swept five of six singles matches in the nonconference home match Friday.
LOCAL
By Soraya Nadia McDonald | March 2, 2008
COSTA MESA — “What the hell else could happen?” That was Coach Mike Thornton’s incredulous reaction after Shakira Autry drained a shot clock-beating three pointer from half court Saturday night. It was the opening score of the game. Right then, Orange Coast College sophomore guard Courtney Ford said she knew: “It’s going to be a long night.” It was going to be a long night regardless without starting sophomore point guard Rachel Maulit, who was diagnosed with mononucleosis Friday.
SPORTS
December 11, 2005
LOS ANGELES -- Orange Coast College's men's basketball team fell to Moorpark, 82-61, in the championship game of the L.A. Southwest Intensity Classic on Saturday night. It marked the second time this season the Pirates have reached a tournament title game. Orange Coast opened its season by winning the Ventura Tournament. Steven Cornett led the way with a team-high 13 points and seven rebounds. Reggie Brown tallied 10 points and three assists, and Steve Mendoza added nine points, going 3-for-3 from three-point range.
NEWS
By: | September 21, 2005
Transactions will boost donations For the next two months, Lockheed Federal Credit Union will make a donation to the American Red Cross for credit card or signature-based transactions. Each time one of its 100,000 members use a Lockheed Federal Credit Union Visa or make a credit card purchase with a Visa Check Card, the credit union will make a donation, which officials estimate will be more than $40,000. The donations will be made to benefit relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast.
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SPORTS
February 27, 2009
MEN’S VOLLEYBALL UC Irvine def. Long Beach State IRVINE — Freshman opposite Carson Clark had 21 kills and sophomore outside hitter Jordan DuFault added 17 to lead the host Anteaters to a 30-27, 23-30, 33-31, 33-31 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation triumph Friday at the Bren Events Center. Clark hit .581 to help No. 2-ranked UCI improve to 14-3, 10-2 in conference. Long Beach State fell to 8-6, 7-4.   WOMEN’S TENNIS UC Irvine 5, Sacramento State 2 IRVINE — The Anteates swept five of six singles matches in the nonconference home match Friday.
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LOCAL
February 26, 2009
Orange Coast College sophomores Simone Ibbotson and Casey Gomez have been named first-team All-Orange Empire Conference in women’s basketball. Ibbotson, a 5-foot-9 guard-forward, averaged a team-best 13.2 points per game, helping the Pirates to a 21-10 regular-season record. OCC was 8-4 in conference play, finishing third behind co-champions Cypress and Fullerton. Coach Mike Thornton’s Pirates will visit Antelope Valley (26-9) in the second round of the Southern California Regional playoffs, tonight at 7. OCC, the No. 14 seed in the 20-team Southern California bracket, defeated Antelope Valley, the No. 3 seed, 57-51, in their first meeting this season, Nov. 9 Ibbotson averaged 4.8 rebounds and shot 80% from the free-throw line (69 for 86)
LOCAL
By Soraya Nadia McDonald | March 2, 2008
COSTA MESA — “What the hell else could happen?” That was Coach Mike Thornton’s incredulous reaction after Shakira Autry drained a shot clock-beating three pointer from half court Saturday night. It was the opening score of the game. Right then, Orange Coast College sophomore guard Courtney Ford said she knew: “It’s going to be a long night.” It was going to be a long night regardless without starting sophomore point guard Rachel Maulit, who was diagnosed with mononucleosis Friday.
SPORTS
December 11, 2005
LOS ANGELES -- Orange Coast College's men's basketball team fell to Moorpark, 82-61, in the championship game of the L.A. Southwest Intensity Classic on Saturday night. It marked the second time this season the Pirates have reached a tournament title game. Orange Coast opened its season by winning the Ventura Tournament. Steven Cornett led the way with a team-high 13 points and seven rebounds. Reggie Brown tallied 10 points and three assists, and Steve Mendoza added nine points, going 3-for-3 from three-point range.
NEWS
By: | September 21, 2005
Transactions will boost donations For the next two months, Lockheed Federal Credit Union will make a donation to the American Red Cross for credit card or signature-based transactions. Each time one of its 100,000 members use a Lockheed Federal Credit Union Visa or make a credit card purchase with a Visa Check Card, the credit union will make a donation, which officials estimate will be more than $40,000. The donations will be made to benefit relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast.
NEWS
May 10, 2004
Steve Virgen Simply put, Andrea Taylor loves football. She didn't play sports when she went to Newport Harbor High, but the 1996 Sailor graduate has developed a passion for the sport. She is pursuing that passion, these days, as the general manager of a new women's football team, the Orange County Breakers. "I love football," Taylor said. "I'm a Green Bay Packers fan. I love watching football. I also scout with my boyfriend." Taylor helped conduct tryouts May 1 and May 8 for the squad that will also feature Kalena Jackson, a former basketball and track and field standout at Costa Mesa High and Newport Harbor.
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