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May 21, 2002
SANTA MONICA - It hasn't really mattered who has gone out on the court for Coach Tim Mang's Sea Kings in two CIF Southern Section playoff matches this season, the result has been the same. The Corona del Mar High boys tennis team (22-2) has won both of its CIF Division V matches by a 16-2 count, and looks to continue the winning streak today when the top-seeded Sea Kings travel to Santa Monica to face Crossroads in the quarterfinals. "It's obviously our toughest match so far in CIF, but I feel pretty good," Mang said.
NEWS
May 22, 2000
COSTA MESA - Corona del Mar High doubles partners Michael Bean and Peter Kulmaticki won three matches Saturday at the Costa Mesa Tennis Center to advance to Friday's CIF Southern Section Round of 16. CdM sophomore Cameron Ball, however, the No. 1 seed in singles, was forced to default due to joint pain, according to Sea Kings Coach Tim Mang. "I didn't know Cameron was hurt, until he showed up (Saturday) morning," Mang said of the Pacific Coast League singles champion, who is now questionable for the Division I team playoffs, which continue with Tuesday's quarterfinals against visiting Dana Hills.
NEWS
May 22, 2002
SANTA MONICA - Another CIF Southern Section Division V boys tennis playoff match, another Corona del Mar High 16-2 victory. The Sea Kings turned way host Crossroads, 16-2, Tuesday, this time advancing to Thursday's semifinals against Brentwood at CdM at 3:15 p.m. Top-seeded and defending champion CdM (23-2) defeated Sage Hill, 16-2, in the first round, then knocked off host St. Margaret's, 16-2, in the second round. But, Sea Kings Coach Tim Mang doesn't expect yet another 16-2 victory Thursday.
NEWS
May 26, 2001
HUNTINGTON BEACH - While Corona del Mar High junior Cameron Ball played through some adversity and lost, the Sea King duo of Brian Morton and Garrett Snyder practically coasted in Friday's quarterfilnals in the CIF individual tournament at SeaCliff Country Club. Morton and Snyder, the senior/sophomore tandem, will face Damien's Emil and Tom Novack in a doubles semifinal today, also at SeaCliff, at 10:30 a.m. Ball, who has a 40-4 record in singles played in dual team matches this season, lost to Crespi's Steven Amritraj, 2-6, 4-6, as Ball battled a surprise attack from the outset.
NEWS
February 26, 2000
Richard Dunn CORONA DEL MAR - As defending CIF Southern Section Division I boys tennis champions, Corona del Mar High's Sea Kings realize everyone will be aiming at them this season. And it won't just be the teams in their new Pacific Coast League, or other top contenders in CIF Division I, pointing rackets at them. This year, with the launching of the CdMHS-Pavilions National High School All-American Team Invitational, hosted by CdM March 16-18, some of the best programs in the nation will put a target on the back of the Sea Kings.
NEWS
April 29, 2003
The Corona del Mar High boys tennis team, unmatched as the 2003 campaign moves forward, gobbled up another opponent Monday as the host Sea Kings defeated Laguna Beach, 18-0, in a Pacific Coast League make-up match. Coach Tim Mang's Sea Kings, ranked No. 1 in Orange County and CIF Southern Section Division I, improved to 16-0, 4-0 in league. Laguna Beach fell to 1-3 in league. "I plan on being in the (CIF) Finals," Mang said. "We've beaten everybody [in our division]
NEWS
May 27, 2003
The top-seeded Corona del Mar High boys tennis team puts its unbeaten record on the line today when it plays host to Foothill in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs at 2 p.m. Coach Tim Mang's Sea Kings (21-0) have rolled through the first two rounds of the playoffs, topping South Torrance, 15-3, then handling Santa Margarita, 14-4. The Pacific Coast League champions are aiming for the program's third section championship in five seasons, the 10th in its proud history.
NEWS
April 24, 2001
IRVINE - In a showdown for the Pacific Coast League boys tennis championship, it came down to counting games Monday as undefeated Corona del Mar High edged host University after a 9-9 standoff in sets. Coach Tim Mang's Sea Kings, ranked No. 1 in Orange County, beat the Trojans in games, 79-73, to remain perfect in PCL play (9-0), while improving to 17-0. Uni fell to 13-5, 7-2. When the Sea Kings defeated the Trojans earlier this season in the first round, 12-6, Uni was playing without its top two players, Henry Mak and Aaron Yovan.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | May 2, 2007
CORONA DEL MAR — The mood was different, even if the score was the same. The Corona del Mar High boys' tennis team lost to University, 12-6, for the second time in a week at CdM on Tuesday. For the Trojans, the win means an outright Pacific Coast League team title, while CdM finishes in second place. But Sea Kings Coach Tim Mang wasn't too upset. He encouraged his players throughout the match, like No. 3 singles player Ryan Peyton. The freshman didn't win a set, but took three games in his first match, against Uni No. 3 John Huang.
NEWS
June 19, 2001
Richard Dunn On the international challenger circuit, former Corona del Mar High tennis standout Taylor Dent captured the $50,000 men's grass-court event in Surbiton, Great Britain, after defeating South African Neville Godwin, 4-6, 7-6 (3), 6-2. For Dent, who won the Powder Byrne Trophy, it was his first challenger-level title on the Association of Tennis Professionals Tour. The victory last week also gives Dent continued success on grass. Last year, after winning three qualifying matches at Wimbledon, Dent took the opening set in his first round match against Andre Agassi, before retiring in the fourth set with an injured right knee.
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By Matt Szabo | June 6, 2008
Corona del Mar High didn’t need to look too far for its next boys’ tennis coach. As it turns out, he was a regular on the Sea Kings’ tennis courts anyway. Brian Ricker, who has been CdM girls’ tennis coach since 2004, has also been hired to coach the boys’ team, Corona del Mar Athletic Director Paul Orris said Friday. Ricker replaces Tim Mang, who had been boys’ coach since 1993 before retiring this spring. Ricker, a 47-year-old walk-on coach, will now coach both boys’ and girls’ tennis at CdM. “I’ve been very impressed with his demeanor, how he communicates with his girls and the parents,” Orris said.
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FEATURES
By Matt Szabo | May 15, 2008
Corona del Mar High boys’ tennis coach Tim Mang, who announced his retirement from coaching last week, has coached at CdM since 1993. In that time, the Sea Kings won three CIF Southern Section division titles, and were also three-time winners of the National High School All-American tournament that Mang created. The Daily Pilot asked Mang about some of his favorite memories. Question: What are some of the biggest changes that have happened in high school tennis since you’ve been coaching?
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By Matt Szabo | May 9, 2008
Corona del Mar High boys’ tennis coach Tim Mang announced Thursday that he will be stepping down at the end of the season. Mang, a 66-year-old walk-on coach, has been coaching the Sea Kings boys since 1993. He also coached the CdM girls’ tennis team from 1995 through 1998. “It’s time [to retire],” said Mang, a Newport Beach resident. “I’m getting old. You just know sometimes. And the foundation will keep me busy.” Mang said he plans to remain executive director of the National High School Tennis All-American Foundation, and continue to organize the National High School Tennis All-American tournament that he started nine years ago. Corona del Mar Athletic Director Paul Orris had no comment on Mang stepping down, saying he wanted to wait until the end of the season to address the matter.
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By Matt Szabo | March 30, 2008
CORONA DEL MAR — The sport was tennis, not cross country, but Corona del Mar High Coach Tim Mang was all about endurance Saturday at CdM. The Sea King boys were finishing up the ninth annual National High School Tennis All-American Tournament. Mang said several of his players said they were tired, and they didn’t want to play after Friday’s quarterfinal loss to Santa Barbara. Corona del Mar is young this year, and the prospect of playing several more nationally ranked players probably wasn’t appealing to those players.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | May 2, 2007
CORONA DEL MAR — The mood was different, even if the score was the same. The Corona del Mar High boys' tennis team lost to University, 12-6, for the second time in a week at CdM on Tuesday. For the Trojans, the win means an outright Pacific Coast League team title, while CdM finishes in second place. But Sea Kings Coach Tim Mang wasn't too upset. He encouraged his players throughout the match, like No. 3 singles player Ryan Peyton. The freshman didn't win a set, but took three games in his first match, against Uni No. 3 John Huang.
SPORTS
By Dave Thorpe | June 1, 2006
All you have to do is look at the numbers and it makes sense. An overall high school coaching record of 647-146. A grand total of 21 league titles. Four CIF Southern Section championships. Three National High School Tennis All-American Tennis Invitational titles. Tuesday, Corona del Mar High boys' tennis Coach Tim Mang learned he had been named the National High School Coach of the Year by the National High School Coaches Assn. "I walked into the office at school and someone said there's a big box here for you. It's a giant, antique bronze thing that weighs about 10 pounds," Mang said.
NEWS
July 22, 2005
Chris Yemma Observing as a spectator Thursday at the 16th annual War by the Shore junior tennis tournament, Corona del Mar High boys tennis coach Tim Mang caught a glimpse of the future. The future will come as early as next spring. Fifteen-year-old Corona del Mar resident Parker Rhodes, the seventh seed, defeated second-seeded Michael Ramsey of Los Alamitos, 6-4, 6-0, in a boys 16s singles semifinal Thursday at Balboa Bay Club Racquet Club.
NEWS
May 26, 2004
Steve Virgen If ever the Corona del Mar High boys tennis team loses, it is usually an upset and it usually causes the Sea Kings to analyze what went wrong. Visiting Loyola of Los Angeles shocked Corona del Mar, the CIF Southern Section Division I defending champion, with an 11-7 victory in the CIF Division I quarterfinals Tuesday. The top-seeded Sea Kings lost seven doubles sets, including four tightly contested ones, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 and 7-5. Sea King Coach Tim Mang said Corona del Mar (20-2)
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