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August 5, 2007
DAY ONE Championship flight Mesa Linda Course Par 70 Scott Travers, 67 68 Michael Aubry; Paul DeForest; Evan Derian; Jim Jones; Robert Mink Jr.; Sean Shahi 69 Jason Bittick; Mike Carpenter; Juan Hernandez; Doug Martinez; Mackeever Tedford 70 Atul Anand; Mel Collins Jr.; Chris Hirahatake; Andy Horner; Andy Komor; Joseph Lopez; Jeremy May; Justin Morehead; Roman Quijano; Christopher Rendler;...
NEWS
December 9, 2000
HUNTINGTON BEACH - In a battle between teams coached by Orange Coast College men's soccer assistant coaches, host Huntington Beach earned a 6-0 nonleague boys soccer win over Corona del Mar Friday. Huntington, coached by Kevin Smith, built a 5-0 halftime lead, giving Smith bragging rights over his OCC colleague, Pat Callaghan. Danny Marshall had the best scoring chance for CdM (0-3-0), with a header off a corner kick and Geoff Collier had seven saves for the Sea Kings.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 16, 2007
EDITOR'S NOTE: Daily Pilot staffer Sue Thoensen went to Edwards Metro Pointe 12 to get moviegoers' opinions of the romantic comedy "Catch and Release," starring Jennifer Garner, Juliette Lewis, Kevin Smith and Timothy Olyphant. When her fiance dies shortly before their wedding date, Gray Wheeler (Jennifer Garner) is left to cope with her loss as she discovers that she didn't know her future husband as well as she thought she did. Wheeler moves in with his two best friends, Sam and Dennis, (Kevin Smith and Sam Jaeger)
NEWS
August 21, 2002
Steve Virgen COSTA MESA -- In the fall of 2001, the Orange Coast College men's soccer team found out that it can't sneak up on anyone. And, as the Pirates enter the 2002 season, they are aware they have built a solid reputation that must live up to. That reputation has been the reason OCC has had high expectations for its men's soccer team the past two years. This season, the Pirates feature balance and depth. They don't expect to have scoring problems as they did last year, and they have just as strong of a defense.
NEWS
August 2, 2001
COSTA MESA - Kevin Smith, an Orange Coast College assistant men's soccer coach, will replace Brandee Craig as the women's team assistant, Pirate head coach Barbara Bond said. Craig is leaving OCC to take the head coaching job at Saddleback College, which is fielding its inaugural women's soccer team this fall. She had been Bond's assistant coach since 1993 and played under Bond at Coast in 1987 and 1988. Smith, in addition to serving as the assistant coach with the women's team this fall, will continue his duties as the top assistant for OCC's men's team.
NEWS
February 5, 2004
Jenny Marder He was triumphant, steps away from beating his own record. But Sunday's Pacific Shoreline Marathon was one Anthony Porras would never quite finish. The 45-year-old runner fell to his knees moments from the end of the 13.1-mile Pacific Shoreline half-marathon as he was racing his girlfriend, Lisa Beck, to the finish line. "He loved life, and I really feel he lived it to the fullest," said Beck, his girlfriend of five years. He died at his happiest, at the beach, in motion, she said.
NEWS
July 14, 2003
UC Irvine's Marine Cano, the university's Director of Soccer and its women's soccer coach, is holding two clinics for goalkeepers and field players beginning Wednesday. Boys ages 9 to 15 can now join Cano for his multi-session, weekly goalkeeping clinics held Wednesdays from 5:30 to 7:15 p.m. on the athletic field behind Crawford Hall at UCI. Cano is a former member of the U.S. national team as a goalkeeper. The clinic is open to all aspiring goalkeepers, regardless of ability or experience level.
NEWS
August 25, 2001
Steve Virgen The Orange Coast College men's soccer team's story of success started two years ago when the Pirates finished the 1999 season with a 3-14-4 record. Yes, that's right, they had to hit near rock bottom in order to fight back. OCC Coach Laird Hayes saw a need for a change, especially within his coaching staff. Before last season, Hayes basically promoted assistant Kevin Smith and gave him more control of the team. Hayes credits most, if not all, of last year's success to Smith.
SPORTS
August 6, 2007
2007 Costa Mesa City Championship CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT Par 70 Mesa Linda-Loma Linda 1. Chris Hirahatake 2. Will Tipton, 66-73-139 T3. Evan Derian, 68-72-140; T3. Adam Sandahl, 70-70-140; T5. Dante Hernandez, 71-70-141; T5. Joseph Lopez, 70-71-141; T7 . Justin Gray, 71-71-142; T7. Roman Quijano, 70-72-142; T7. Sean Shahi, 68-74-142; T10. Jason Bittick, 69-74-143; T10. Mike Carpenter, 69-74-143;...
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By Barry Faulkner | November 30, 2013
ORANGE - Internet directions to the Santiago Canyon Community College campus end with a left turn on Trails End. Recent history would suggest that Orange Coast College women's soccer coach Kevin Smith considers the command more foreshadowing than coincidence. For the third straight season, OCC was eliminated from the Southern California Regional playoffs by the host Hawks, who have a history of mastery over the Pirates that spans well beyond the scope of Smith's memory. This time, No. 2-seeded Santiago Canyon (20-1-2)
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By Barry Faulkner | November 30, 2013
ORANGE - Internet directions to the Santiago Canyon Community College campus end with a left turn on Trails End. Recent history would suggest that Orange Coast College women's soccer coach Kevin Smith considers the command more foreshadowing than coincidence. For the third straight season, OCC was eliminated from the Southern California Regional playoffs by the host Hawks, who have a history of mastery over the Pirates that spans well beyond the scope of Smith's memory. This time, No. 2-seeded Santiago Canyon (20-1-2)
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By Barry Faulkner | September 10, 2013
COSTA MESA - Unlike what happened five days hence, Orange Coast College men's soccer coach Kevin Smith said he believed, on the field at least Tuesday night, his team got what it deserved. Days after a blanket probation was announced for violating off-season practice restrictions on Friday, for which fall sports teams including men's soccer had to give up one schedule contest as a penalty, the Pirates rallied to earn a 1-1 tie against a strong Long Beach visiting side. "I don't feel like we did anything wrong," Smith said of the imposed probation for all OCC sports, which is being appealed to the California Community College Athletic Assn.
SPORTS
August 6, 2007
2007 Costa Mesa City Championship CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT Par 70 Mesa Linda-Loma Linda 1. Chris Hirahatake 2. Will Tipton, 66-73-139 T3. Evan Derian, 68-72-140; T3. Adam Sandahl, 70-70-140; T5. Dante Hernandez, 71-70-141; T5. Joseph Lopez, 70-71-141; T7 . Justin Gray, 71-71-142; T7. Roman Quijano, 70-72-142; T7. Sean Shahi, 68-74-142; T10. Jason Bittick, 69-74-143; T10. Mike Carpenter, 69-74-143;...
SPORTS
August 5, 2007
DAY ONE Championship flight Mesa Linda Course Par 70 Scott Travers, 67 68 Michael Aubry; Paul DeForest; Evan Derian; Jim Jones; Robert Mink Jr.; Sean Shahi 69 Jason Bittick; Mike Carpenter; Juan Hernandez; Doug Martinez; Mackeever Tedford 70 Atul Anand; Mel Collins Jr.; Chris Hirahatake; Andy Horner; Andy Komor; Joseph Lopez; Jeremy May; Justin Morehead; Roman Quijano; Christopher Rendler;...
ENTERTAINMENT
February 16, 2007
EDITOR'S NOTE: Daily Pilot staffer Sue Thoensen went to Edwards Metro Pointe 12 to get moviegoers' opinions of the romantic comedy "Catch and Release," starring Jennifer Garner, Juliette Lewis, Kevin Smith and Timothy Olyphant. When her fiance dies shortly before their wedding date, Gray Wheeler (Jennifer Garner) is left to cope with her loss as she discovers that she didn't know her future husband as well as she thought she did. Wheeler moves in with his two best friends, Sam and Dennis, (Kevin Smith and Sam Jaeger)
NEWS
February 5, 2004
Jenny Marder He was triumphant, steps away from beating his own record. But Sunday's Pacific Shoreline Marathon was one Anthony Porras would never quite finish. The 45-year-old runner fell to his knees moments from the end of the 13.1-mile Pacific Shoreline half-marathon as he was racing his girlfriend, Lisa Beck, to the finish line. "He loved life, and I really feel he lived it to the fullest," said Beck, his girlfriend of five years. He died at his happiest, at the beach, in motion, she said.
NEWS
July 14, 2003
UC Irvine's Marine Cano, the university's Director of Soccer and its women's soccer coach, is holding two clinics for goalkeepers and field players beginning Wednesday. Boys ages 9 to 15 can now join Cano for his multi-session, weekly goalkeeping clinics held Wednesdays from 5:30 to 7:15 p.m. on the athletic field behind Crawford Hall at UCI. Cano is a former member of the U.S. national team as a goalkeeper. The clinic is open to all aspiring goalkeepers, regardless of ability or experience level.
NEWS
August 21, 2002
Steve Virgen COSTA MESA -- In the fall of 2001, the Orange Coast College men's soccer team found out that it can't sneak up on anyone. And, as the Pirates enter the 2002 season, they are aware they have built a solid reputation that must live up to. That reputation has been the reason OCC has had high expectations for its men's soccer team the past two years. This season, the Pirates feature balance and depth. They don't expect to have scoring problems as they did last year, and they have just as strong of a defense.
NEWS
August 25, 2001
Steve Virgen The Orange Coast College men's soccer team's story of success started two years ago when the Pirates finished the 1999 season with a 3-14-4 record. Yes, that's right, they had to hit near rock bottom in order to fight back. OCC Coach Laird Hayes saw a need for a change, especially within his coaching staff. Before last season, Hayes basically promoted assistant Kevin Smith and gave him more control of the team. Hayes credits most, if not all, of last year's success to Smith.
NEWS
August 2, 2001
COSTA MESA - Kevin Smith, an Orange Coast College assistant men's soccer coach, will replace Brandee Craig as the women's team assistant, Pirate head coach Barbara Bond said. Craig is leaving OCC to take the head coaching job at Saddleback College, which is fielding its inaugural women's soccer team this fall. She had been Bond's assistant coach since 1993 and played under Bond at Coast in 1987 and 1988. Smith, in addition to serving as the assistant coach with the women's team this fall, will continue his duties as the top assistant for OCC's men's team.
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