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March 11, 2005
Barry Faulkner Tears flowed over what had just ended, but talk of an optimistic future for the UC Irvine women's basketball program began just moments after a 63-50 Big West tournament quarterfinal loss to Idaho Thursday at the Anaheim Convention Center. And reasons for such optimism exist both on the court and off. On the court, the No. 7-seeded Anteaters (8-21), who won four of their last six, displayed the kind of determination that had typified their late-season run. They methodically rallied to within 49-44 with 7:01 left after Idaho (18-10)
NEWS
January 12, 2002
After earning one of its biggest wins of the season, the UC Irvine men's basketball team continues a two-game road trip to face Idaho tonight at 7:05 p.m. in a Big West Conference match-up. The Anteaters (11-4, 4-0) remained the only undefeated team in conference after wiping out Utah State, 67-66, Thursday night in Logan, Utah to snap the Aggies' 31-game winning streak at home. Green scored 31 points to lead the charge and takes a team-high 23.1 points per game average into the contest with Idaho (4-10, 1-4)
NEWS
February 14, 2003
BREN EVENTS CENTER -- UC Irvine's women's basketball team rallied from a 31-30 halftime deficit to record a 72-59 Big West Conference victory over visiting Idaho Thursday night. Lisa Faulkner was credited with a school record 16 assists. The Anteaters, 14-8, 7-4 in the Big West, had five players in double figures, led by Christina Callaway's 17 points. Lauren Yadon (14), Kristen Green (13), Wendy Gabbe (12) and Courtney Ferguson (12) completed the depth-laden attack.
SPORTS
August 28, 2010
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Nike Cougar Invitational UC Irvine swept two matches Saturday, topping Idaho, 25-10, 25-18, 25-23, then besting Weber State, 25-14, 25-18, 25-23, in the two-day, four-team event at Washington State. Senior Larissa Nordyke had 10 kills and 10 digs against Idaho, while senior Kari Pestolesi had 10 kills and 16 digs against Weber State. Sophomore Kristin Winkler led the Anteaters (2-1) with 15 digs against Idaho and also led UCI with 12 digs against Weber State.
NEWS
January 19, 2003
UC Irvine's women's basketball team took it on the chin Saturday night as host Idaho claimed a 74-68 Big West Conference decision behind Taylor Benson's 19 points, including 4 for 5 from three-point land. The Anteaters received standout performances from Christina Calloway, who had 20 points and 11 rebounds, and Kristen Green, who scored 18 points, one point off her career best. Also, Lisa Faulkner stepped up with 11 assists. Faulkner and Wendy Gabbe were both in double figures with 10 points apiece.
NEWS
June 23, 2008
Jean Oakley Woodward passed away on May 18, 2008 at the age of 88 in Eagle, Idaho. Born September 1, 1919 in Los Angeles, and graduated from U. C. Berkeley in 1941, her lifelong passions were tennis, gardening, bridge, traveling and her family and friends. She lived in Newport Beach for 43 years before moving to Idaho in 2003. She is survived by children Chris Woodward and wife Sue of Oakland, CA, and grandsons Alex, Jamie and Drew; Judi Archbold and husband Scott of Eagle, ID, and grandsons David, Rob and Bryan; and Rick Woodward and wife Margot of Orinda, CA, and granddaughters Katie and Brooke.
SPORTS
July 17, 2010
John Caine, a former UC Irvine athletic director, passed away last July 9 in Idaho at age 85. Caine served as UCI's A.D. from 1983-89 before becoming special assistant to the chancellor for athletic policy and planning. He retired in 1990. During Caine's tenure, the Bren Events Center was constructed, opening Jan. 8, 1987. He also added intercollegiate status for the men's and women's soccer, and men's volleyball programs. He and his wife, Marilyn, resided in Elkhorn, Idaho, for the past 18 years.
NEWS
February 27, 2004
Barry Faulkner In the face of mounting losses and diminishing hopes for a season that began with great promise, the UC Irvine men's basketball team found enough big baskets to secure a rather significant victory Thursday night. Having lost eight of their last nine, their second-leading scorer -- sophomore guard Mike Efevberha, suspended Wednesday for violating team rules -- and no less than a 20-point lead against visiting Idaho, the Anteaters earned a 65-63 win on a buzzer-beating, 16-foot jumper by sophomore point guard Jeff Gloger.
NEWS
June 20, 2012
LEE, William Shields 9/20/1915 - 6/30/2012 Our father passed away peacefully recently following a brief illness. He was born on September 20, 1915 to Judge William Erwin Lee and Madeline Shields Lee. He was raised initially in Moscow, Idaho but later moved to Washington, DC when his father was appointed to the Interstate Commerce Commission. He returned to the Northwest later where he graduated from the University of Idaho in 1937 and graduated with honors from Harvard Law School in 1940.
NEWS
January 8, 2003
There is a rumble in the distance coming from the north. The rumble, the University of the Pacific men's basketball team, is becoming louder. The Tigers are gaining momentum and confidence. Pacific (7-4, 2-0 in the Big West), which was picked to finish fifth in the Big West Conference in the preseason, has moved up as the front-runner of the league after its 66-54 defeat over Utah State, and because of the Tigers' current six-game winning streak. However, Pacific will have to display the same success on the road to truly emerge as the conference favorite.
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By Colin McCarthy | August 24, 2013
Re. "Commentary: I see issues with CMPD hiring," (Aug. 16): I was surprised to read former Costa Mesa police lieutenant and Idaho resident Allen Huggins' recent piece about city politics in the Daily Pilot. Usually, when a former police officer chimes in from 1,300 miles away to sling mud at his former employer, there is more to the story. In this case, there is. Mr. Huggins takes issue with the fact that a majority of Costa Mesa's City Council is working to overhaul outrageous and unsustainable salary and benefits packages that are slowly bankrupting cities like Costa Mesa.
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NEWS
June 20, 2012
LEE, William Shields 9/20/1915 - 6/30/2012 Our father passed away peacefully recently following a brief illness. He was born on September 20, 1915 to Judge William Erwin Lee and Madeline Shields Lee. He was raised initially in Moscow, Idaho but later moved to Washington, DC when his father was appointed to the Interstate Commerce Commission. He returned to the Northwest later where he graduated from the University of Idaho in 1937 and graduated with honors from Harvard Law School in 1940.
SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | February 3, 2012
There were so many stories to discover at the NFL regional combine in Costa Mesa last week. Two stuck out for me: the speedy running back who wants to fulfill his potential; the crafty wide receiver who doesn't want the league to forget about him. Princeton McCarty, a running back out of Idaho, has always wowed people with his great speed. Saturday wasn't anything different. His time in the 40-yard dash — 4.35 seconds — was the fastest of the day at the combine. But something went wrong at the end of the run. McCarty pulled his left hamstring.
SPORTS
August 28, 2010
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Nike Cougar Invitational UC Irvine swept two matches Saturday, topping Idaho, 25-10, 25-18, 25-23, then besting Weber State, 25-14, 25-18, 25-23, in the two-day, four-team event at Washington State. Senior Larissa Nordyke had 10 kills and 10 digs against Idaho, while senior Kari Pestolesi had 10 kills and 16 digs against Weber State. Sophomore Kristin Winkler led the Anteaters (2-1) with 15 digs against Idaho and also led UCI with 12 digs against Weber State.
SPORTS
July 17, 2010
John Caine, a former UC Irvine athletic director, passed away last July 9 in Idaho at age 85. Caine served as UCI's A.D. from 1983-89 before becoming special assistant to the chancellor for athletic policy and planning. He retired in 1990. During Caine's tenure, the Bren Events Center was constructed, opening Jan. 8, 1987. He also added intercollegiate status for the men's and women's soccer, and men's volleyball programs. He and his wife, Marilyn, resided in Elkhorn, Idaho, for the past 18 years.
LOCAL
By Joseph Serna | January 7, 2010
A fifth UC Irvine employee discovered a letter with white powder Wednesday, breaking the pattern of female staff being targeted. The latest letter went to a male associate professor of arts, culture and technology, campus officials said. The previous four letters — two found both Monday and Tuesday — contained the message “Black Death” on a piece of paper along with an unidentified white powder inside the envelope, said university spokeswoman Cathy Lawhon.
NEWS
August 13, 2009
BY BARRY FAULKNER The UC Irvine men’s basketball program has added 35 years of coaching experience to its bench in the person of newly hired assistant Doug Oliver. Oliver, 57, the lead assistant at Stanford for two seasons under former Cardinal head man Trent Johnson, is also a former head coach at Idaho State. Oliver replaces Tod Murphy, UCI’s No. 2 all-time scorer who left after six seasons on Coach Pat Douglass’ staff to become head coach at Gordon College, a Division III school in Massachusetts.
NEWS
June 23, 2008
Jean Oakley Woodward passed away on May 18, 2008 at the age of 88 in Eagle, Idaho. Born September 1, 1919 in Los Angeles, and graduated from U. C. Berkeley in 1941, her lifelong passions were tennis, gardening, bridge, traveling and her family and friends. She lived in Newport Beach for 43 years before moving to Idaho in 2003. She is survived by children Chris Woodward and wife Sue of Oakland, CA, and grandsons Alex, Jamie and Drew; Judi Archbold and husband Scott of Eagle, ID, and grandsons David, Rob and Bryan; and Rick Woodward and wife Margot of Orinda, CA, and granddaughters Katie and Brooke.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | June 19, 2008
Paul Salata is 81, yet he still knows how to have fun. Salata sat down with the Daily Pilot and talked about his favorite week of the year. Irrelevant Week in Newport Beach. The founder of the event honoring the last player chosen in the NFL Draft is ready to make David Vobora, a linebacker from the University of Idaho, feel like the No. 1 pick and not No. 252. The party kicks off at 5 p.m. Monday, when Mr. Irrelevant XXXIII will be showered with gifts and have a press conference at the arrival party at Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort.
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