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SPORTS
September 3, 2006
SCORE BY QUARTERS       Santa Barbara 0 7 0 0 - 7 Orange Coast 9 16 7 7 - 39 FIRST QUARTER OCC -- Barnett 93 kickoff return (kick missed), 14:44. OCC -- Jaramillo 22 FG, 2:07. SECOND QUARTER OCC -- Perkins tackled runner in end zone, 12:01.
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NEWS
June 29, 2005
Bryce Alderton The continued success of a perennial cross country powerhouse coupled with a tennis program that recaptured past glory highlighted Orange Coast College women's athletic achievements of 2004-05. The cross country team won its fourth straight state title -- 12th in program history -- in November at Fresno's Woodward Park course, keyed by sophomore Ludi Valdez. Valdez claimed her second straight state individual title after completing the 3.1-mile course in 18 minutes, nine seconds.
NEWS
January 29, 2000
HUNTINGTON BEACH - Karyn Fierst had 15 points, while Erin Tomlinson added 10 points, 10 rebounds and five steals to lead the visiting Orange Coast College women's basketball team to a 60-46 win over rival Golden West. OCC (23-2, 7-1 in conference) led 27-26 in the second half, before going on a 27-11 run to take control. ORANGE EMPIRE CONFERENCE Orange Coast 60, Golden West 46 Orange Coast - Fierst 15, Steward 12, Tomlinson 10, Middlebrooke 10, Wilde 7, Lewis 6. 3 pt. goals - Fierst 2, Steward 1, Wilde 1. Fouled out - None.
SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | October 28, 2006
Kasey Peters doesn't care what people think. He has no interest about what's on the surface. Some might have thought Peters looked like a quitter, transferring from Saddleback College to Santa Ana after breaking his forearm, with Neck Nelson taking over as quarterback for the Gauchos. Peters doesn't pay much attention to those thoughts, but the Newport Harbor High product wants to set the record straight. As trite as it may sound, Peters said Saddleback wasn't the right fit. He's found everything he's wanted with the Dons.
LOCAL
May 26, 2009
Submitted by Allison Olmstead Newport Beach, CA -- Orange Coast magazine was awarded Most Improved Publication/Consumer by the Western Publishing Association’s 2009 Maggie Awards, the most prestigious publishing event in the West. Emmis Communications bought Orange Coast in 2007 and the magazine’s new look and direction were unveiled in July 2008.  “As one of the WPA's more prestigious awards, this means a lot to our staff and the company,” says Orange Coast Editor-in-Chief Martin J. Smith.
NEWS
By Hannah Fry | February 14, 2014
After years of cost cutting and stagnant hiring, the Coast Community College District will hire 15 full-time faculty members in the next school year. Board trustees have discussed increasing full-time faculty since September, when they tasked Chancellor Andrew Jones with developing a hiring plan. The district organized a "consultation council" consisting of faculty members, union and student representatives, and classified staff to assist with the development of the plan. District officials and board trustees met Wednesday night for a study session to discuss the council's findings.
NEWS
October 26, 2002
GOLDEN WEST VS. ORANGE COAST 1966 Orange Coast 14, Golden West 13 1967 Orange Coast 10, Golden West 7 1968 Golden West, 34, Orange Coast 20 1969 Orange Coast 30, Golden West 20 1970 Golden West 13, Orange Coast 0 1971 Orange Coast 21, Golden West 21 1972 Orange Coast 10, Golden West 6 1973 Golden West 28, Orange Coast 27 1974 Golden West 23, Orange Coast 20 1975 Orange Coast...
SPORTS
November 11, 2006
ORANGE COAST VS. GOLDEN WEST 1966 -- Orange Coast 14, Golden West 13 1967 -- Orange Coast 10, Golden West 7 1968 -- Golden West, 34, Orange Coast 20 1969 -- Orange Coast 30, Golden West 20 1970 -- Golden West 13, Orange Coast 0 1971 -- Orange Coast 21, Golden West 21 1972 -- Orange Coast 10, Golden West 6 1973 -- Golden West 28, Orange Coast 27 1974 -- Golden West 23, Orange Coast 20 1975 --...
NEWS
By Hannah Fry | April 15, 2014
Representatives from the body that oversees accreditation for community colleges in California visited the Coast Community College District's three campuses last week to track the district's progress. Every six years, the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) evaluates colleges' compliance with regulations that govern what they must do to be accredited, which is somewhat of a stamp of educational quality that allows students to transfer to four-year universities and affects the type of funding that colleges are eligible to receive.
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