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December 3, 2005
SAN LUIS OBISPO -- Orange Coast College's women's basketball team beat Citrus College, 53-41, in the semifinals of the Conoco Phillips Invitational at Cuesta College on Friday. It was the seventh consecutive victory for the Pirates (8-1) since losing to Compton, 70-62, in the first round of the Mount SAC Tipoff Tournament. Sophomore forwards Jillian Ricks and Madison Parks each had a game-high 10 points for Orange Coast. Freshman forward Kristen Cabral came off the bench to score seven points, while freshman guard Laurie Denning had six points.
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November 19, 2012
The Orange Coast College women's volleyball team will play host to Citrus College in the first round of the California Community College Athletic Assn.  Southern California Regional playoffs at 7 p.m. Tuesday. OCC (18-2), the No. 4 seed, has lost two of its last four, while Citrus College (14-8) ended the reguar season on a three-match wining streak.  OCC, which finished second in the Orange Empire Conference, is led by sophomore outside hitter Karlee Riggs. Riggs, the OEC Player of the Year, leads the state in kills per game (5.28)
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November 29, 2008
MEN’S WATER POLO UC Irvine 13, Cal 12 (OT) MALIBU — Sophomore Brandon Johnson scored on a penalty shot in sudden-death overtime for the difference in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament consolation semifinal Saturday at Pepperdine. Johnson led UCI (11-14) with four goals and his twin brother Matt Johnson made nine saves. UCI plays UC Santa Barbara for fifth place today at 11:30 a.m.   WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Orange Coast 85, San Bernardino Valley 79 (3 OT)
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November 23, 2005
GLENDORA -- Laurie Denning and Madison Parks formed an odd couple, each scoring 15 points as Orange Coast College rolled to a 72-45 nonconference women's basketball victory over Citrus College on Tuesday night. Parks -- a 6-foot-3 forward -- nearly had a double-double in the first half, with 10 points and nine rebounds, and finished with 12 rebounds to go with her 15 points. Denning -- a 5-4 guard -- added six rebounds and four assists to go with her scoring, connecting on two of three three-pointers.
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October 1, 1999
Newport Harbor vs. Glendora Site: Citrus College, 7:30 p.m. Bottom line: It's been nearly four years since the Tars (2-0-1) lost to anyone but a Sea View League team and they have yet to play a complete game this fall. Glendora (2-1) was humbled by Harbor last year, 33-0. Estancia vs. Anaheim Site: Orange Coast College, 7 p.m. Bottom line: The Eagles (3-0) cracked the CIF Division IX poll at No. 9 and are looking to move up at the expense of a team on a 24-game losing streak.
SPORTS
April 13, 2010
Vince O’Boyle, head coach of the UC Irvine track and field and cross country teams, will be inducted into the Mt. San Antonio College Relays Hall of Fame tonight. O’Boyle will be inducted along with two-time Olympic medalist John Godina (throws) and Toby Stevenson, the 2004 Olympic silver medalist in the pole vault. The induction ceremony will take place at the 52nd annual Mt. SAC Relays Banquet at the Pacific Palms Conference Resort in the City of Industry beginning at 6. O’Boyle, a Newport Beach resident, is in his 28th season at UCI and has been named the Big West Conference Coach of the Year 20 times in his career (cross country and track)
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December 2, 2002
Orange Coast College freshman guard Jason Garey sank nine three-pointers and scored a game-high 28 points to lead the Pirates to a 96-79 men's basketball win over Los Angeles Trade Tech in the consolation championship game of the Citrus Tournament Sunday at Citrus College. Brian Williams (18 points), Stephon Seales (16) and Dimitrius Alexander (15) also chipped in for the Pirates (4-3). CITRUS TOURNAMENT Consolation championship OCC 96, LA Trade Tech 79 Trade Tech -- Davis 7, Edwards 4, Johnson 15, Derricks 8, Treadwell 22, Williams 13, Burleson 6, Dorsey 4. 3-pt.
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August 7, 2013
They might have to call the Under Armour Southwest Championships the "Blue Wave Invitational" after the Irvine, Newport/Corona del Mar-based club baseball team captured the title Sunday at the prestigious showcase tournament for high school and incoming college players for the second time in the past three years. Having won the title in 2011 and finishing second in 2012, Blue Wave posted a perfect 8-0 record in capturing the seventh annual Under Armour 2013 Southwest Championship held Wednesday through Sunday (July 31-Aug.
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By Barry Faulkner | September 2, 2007
GLENDORA — Sometimes, before a football team discovers what it can do, it needs to learn what it can not. And there will be much futility to ponder for Orange Coast College after its 27-10 loss to host Citrus College in the nonconference season opener Saturday night. The Pirates, coming off a 7-4 season in which they opened 5-0 on their way to the program’s second straight bowl appearance, made myriad mistakes to allow the Owls to capitalize for a comfortable conquest.
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August 7, 2013
They might have to call the Under Armour Southwest Championships the "Blue Wave Invitational" after the Irvine, Newport/Corona del Mar-based club baseball team captured the title Sunday at the prestigious showcase tournament for high school and incoming college players for the second time in the past three years. Having won the title in 2011 and finishing second in 2012, Blue Wave posted a perfect 8-0 record in capturing the seventh annual Under Armour 2013 Southwest Championship held Wednesday through Sunday (July 31-Aug.
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SPORTS
November 19, 2012
The Orange Coast College women's volleyball team will play host to Citrus College in the first round of the California Community College Athletic Assn.  Southern California Regional playoffs at 7 p.m. Tuesday. OCC (18-2), the No. 4 seed, has lost two of its last four, while Citrus College (14-8) ended the reguar season on a three-match wining streak.  OCC, which finished second in the Orange Empire Conference, is led by sophomore outside hitter Karlee Riggs. Riggs, the OEC Player of the Year, leads the state in kills per game (5.28)
SPORTS
April 13, 2010
Vince O’Boyle, head coach of the UC Irvine track and field and cross country teams, will be inducted into the Mt. San Antonio College Relays Hall of Fame tonight. O’Boyle will be inducted along with two-time Olympic medalist John Godina (throws) and Toby Stevenson, the 2004 Olympic silver medalist in the pole vault. The induction ceremony will take place at the 52nd annual Mt. SAC Relays Banquet at the Pacific Palms Conference Resort in the City of Industry beginning at 6. O’Boyle, a Newport Beach resident, is in his 28th season at UCI and has been named the Big West Conference Coach of the Year 20 times in his career (cross country and track)
SPORTS
November 29, 2008
MEN’S WATER POLO UC Irvine 13, Cal 12 (OT) MALIBU — Sophomore Brandon Johnson scored on a penalty shot in sudden-death overtime for the difference in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament consolation semifinal Saturday at Pepperdine. Johnson led UCI (11-14) with four goals and his twin brother Matt Johnson made nine saves. UCI plays UC Santa Barbara for fifth place today at 11:30 a.m.   WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Orange Coast 85, San Bernardino Valley 79 (3 OT)
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By Barry Faulkner | September 2, 2007
GLENDORA — Sometimes, before a football team discovers what it can do, it needs to learn what it can not. And there will be much futility to ponder for Orange Coast College after its 27-10 loss to host Citrus College in the nonconference season opener Saturday night. The Pirates, coming off a 7-4 season in which they opened 5-0 on their way to the program’s second straight bowl appearance, made myriad mistakes to allow the Owls to capitalize for a comfortable conquest.
SPORTS
December 3, 2005
SAN LUIS OBISPO -- Orange Coast College's women's basketball team beat Citrus College, 53-41, in the semifinals of the Conoco Phillips Invitational at Cuesta College on Friday. It was the seventh consecutive victory for the Pirates (8-1) since losing to Compton, 70-62, in the first round of the Mount SAC Tipoff Tournament. Sophomore forwards Jillian Ricks and Madison Parks each had a game-high 10 points for Orange Coast. Freshman forward Kristen Cabral came off the bench to score seven points, while freshman guard Laurie Denning had six points.
SPORTS
November 23, 2005
GLENDORA -- Laurie Denning and Madison Parks formed an odd couple, each scoring 15 points as Orange Coast College rolled to a 72-45 nonconference women's basketball victory over Citrus College on Tuesday night. Parks -- a 6-foot-3 forward -- nearly had a double-double in the first half, with 10 points and nine rebounds, and finished with 12 rebounds to go with her 15 points. Denning -- a 5-4 guard -- added six rebounds and four assists to go with her scoring, connecting on two of three three-pointers.
NEWS
December 2, 2002
Orange Coast College freshman guard Jason Garey sank nine three-pointers and scored a game-high 28 points to lead the Pirates to a 96-79 men's basketball win over Los Angeles Trade Tech in the consolation championship game of the Citrus Tournament Sunday at Citrus College. Brian Williams (18 points), Stephon Seales (16) and Dimitrius Alexander (15) also chipped in for the Pirates (4-3). CITRUS TOURNAMENT Consolation championship OCC 96, LA Trade Tech 79 Trade Tech -- Davis 7, Edwards 4, Johnson 15, Derricks 8, Treadwell 22, Williams 13, Burleson 6, Dorsey 4. 3-pt.
NEWS
October 1, 1999
Newport Harbor vs. Glendora Site: Citrus College, 7:30 p.m. Bottom line: It's been nearly four years since the Tars (2-0-1) lost to anyone but a Sea View League team and they have yet to play a complete game this fall. Glendora (2-1) was humbled by Harbor last year, 33-0. Estancia vs. Anaheim Site: Orange Coast College, 7 p.m. Bottom line: The Eagles (3-0) cracked the CIF Division IX poll at No. 9 and are looking to move up at the expense of a team on a 24-game losing streak.
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