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December 10, 2010
UC Irvine women's soccer coach Scott Juniper has been named by his peers as the 2010 National Soccer Coaches Assn. of America/Mondo West Regional Coach of the Year. The selection was made through voting by members of the NSCAA. Juniper, in his fourth season as the Anteaters' head coach, led UCI to an overall record of 19-3-2, setting the school mark for victories and tying the Big West Conference record. UCI became the first team in conference history to go undefeated and untied during league play with an 8-0-0 mark.
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August 4, 2002
Bryce Alderton It began as a bet Mike Hogan had with Orange Coast College pitching coach Tim Kelly in the summer of 1980. Tired of catching bullpen sessions in OCC's summer league games, Hogan approached Kelly and asked him if he could pitch if the team got up by 10 runs. Kelly agreed to the bet and sure enough, OCC had a 10-run lead in a game and Hogan got his chance. Hogan grew up as a catcher and outfielder at Newport Harbor High (1978 graduate)
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By Barry Faulkner | June 19, 2007
OMAHA, Neb. — The UC Irvine baseball team, which has not worked overtime all season, came up big in the longest game in the 61-year history of the College World Series Monday. The No. 4-ranked Anteaters eliminated Big West Conference and Orange County rival Cal State Fullerton, 5-4, in 13 innings before 16,451 people at Rosenblatt Stadium. Junior right fielder Bryan Petersen capped the five-hour, 40-minute game by lining a single to center that drove in Cody Cipriano from third with the winning run. It was the Anteaters' first extra-inning game since they were eliminated from the 2006 Malibu Regional in a 5-4 loss to Missouri in 14 innings.
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By: | August 27, 2005
Daniel Vargas, 18, a Burbank resident, received the Best All Around New Talent award at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. Vargas recently graduated from the arts school after attending for two years. He received this recognition for his dedicated and outstanding achievement in vocal music. He sings, composes music, plays various instruments and plans to pursue a career in music. Darrin Borders, a native of Burbank, received his master's degree in public administration with honors in June.
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March 14, 2005
UC Irvine Steve Schroer pitched seven strong innings to earn his second win in three days as the Anteaters topped host USC, 8-2, Sunday in the finale of the Public Storage/USC baseball classic. Schroer, who pitched three innings to get the win Friday over Texas Tech, improved to 3-2 by holding the Trojans at bay. He was named Most Valuable Pitcher in the tournament after allowing just two earned runs and nine hits in 10 tournament innings. Sophomore Blair Erickson worked the final two innings for his fourth save.
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March 27, 2002
TUCSON, Ariz - UC Irvine freshman Walailak Satarak erased a one-shot deficit after Saturday's opening round to claim medalist honors at the Mountain View Collegiate tournament, completed Sunday at Mountain View Golf Course. Satarak, who shot par 72 Saturday, carded another 72 Sunday to overcome Marie Louise Juul from Long Beach State. Juul was one shot up on Walailak to open the day, but shot 3-over-par 75. It is the second career tournament win for Satarak, who was also the top individual at the Heather Farr CU Memorial Tournament last October in Colorado.
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April 11, 2001
Ronald D. Krater has been named director of planning at the Newport Beach-based JBZ Architecture + Planning, an architectural and planning firm. Krater is an Aliso Viejo resident and a graduate of Arizona State University. . . . Twin Paradox, a Lake Forest-based manufacturer of connectivity solutions for PC and mobile computer users, recently announced that Stephanie Wens has joined the company as corporate communications manager. Wens is a Newport Beach resident.
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February 10, 2003
WOMEN'S WATER POLO: UC Irvine won two games Sunday and wound up 10th at the UC San Diego Arena Invitational. The Anteaters defeated Cal Baptist, 8-4, and also earned a 10-3 triumph over Arizona State. Erica Horman scored a team-high four goals against ASU and joined UCI teammates Melissa Fernandez and Rebecca Wedemeyer with two goals apiece against Cal Baptist. The two wins upped the Anteaters' record to 4-2. Sunceray Chamblee had six saves for UCI against Cal Baptist.
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By Barry Faulkner | June 21, 2007
OMAHA, Neb. — Matt Morris was the Forrest Gump of the UC Irvine Baseball team this postseason, which ended with a 7-1 loss to Oregon State Wednesday at Rosenblatt Stadium. While Bryan Petersen (two) and Ollie Linton (one) have had game-winning hits to help the Anteaters produce their final three victories, and Taylor Holiday and Cody Cipriano had been slugging home runs and collecting media attention, Morris, a senior left fielder, was sparkling on the periphery. In Tuesday's come-from-behind, 8-7 win over Arizona State, Morris doubled in two runs to tie the score, 7-7, in the eighth inning.
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By Barry Faulkner | June 20, 2007
OMAHA, Neb. — The UC Irvine baseball players who continually talk about how they have each other's backs, put another storied program behind them Tuesday with yet another dramatic postseason victory before 29,034 at the College World Series. The No. 4-ranked Anteaters (47-16-1), rallied from a four-run deficit to tie the score in the eighth inning, then eliminated No. 3-ranked Arizona State in the 10th when sophomore center fielder Ollie Linton pulled a two-two pitch through the right side of a drawn-in infield to drive in Matt Morris from third with one out. That capped the Anteaters' third straight can-you-believe-it victory.
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