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September 20, 2006
CORVALLIS, Ore. — UC Irvine sophomore Selanee Henderson finished second, two shots off the leader, to lead the Anteaters to a fifth-place team finish at the Oregon State Invitational at the Trysting Tree Golf Club Tuesday. Henderson shot 74-69-73 to finish at par 216. She was bested only by medalist Stephanie Sherlock of Denver (214). UCI junior Jane Chin shot par 72 on the final 18 to move up to 11th place (223). Freshman Patti Chawalitmetha (230) was 35th , while freshman Henna Cho (238)
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By Barry Faulkner | December 18, 2008
IRVINE — Like many others at this time of year, Molly Goodenbour is making a list. And, with the way things have gone, the UC Irvine women’s basketball coach has learned that every day she needs to check it twice, in order to gauge which of her players will or won’t be able to answer the bell. That list consisted of eight available athletes for the Anteaters’ nonconference home battle with Oregon State Thursday at the Bren Events Center. And UCI’s top player (junior Kelly Cochran)
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By Barry Faulkner | June 21, 2007
OMAHA, Neb. — For most of the 283 NCAA Division I college baseball teams, Rosenblatt Stadium, the site of the College World Series, is a mystical, magical place to be dreamed of and never realized. But the 2007 UC Irvine Anteaters, a program that did not exist when most of its stars were in high school six years ago, the sights, smells, sounds, and sweetness of Omaha in June will forever be viewed as reality. In a season of firsts, the group of brothers Coach Dave Serrano said made up this team, finally played their last game, losing to defending national champion Oregon State, 7-1, in front of 29,921.
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April 3, 2000
MISSION BAY - The Orange Coast College varsity crew won the petite (consolation) final and the Pirates' novice eight was fourth in it's division Sunday at the San Diego Crew Classic. The varsity eight, coached by Jim Jorgensen, completed the course in 6:10, one second better than Oregon State to finish seventh overall. The boat included Todd Seligman, Mike McGuinness, Jeff Larson, Junsik Hyun, Dan Toth, Aaron Clousing, Luke Wright, Tyson Hellmich and coxswain Sam Yost.
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November 11, 2000
Don Cantrell Two noteworthy football names out of the Harbor area from the early days, Harold Pangle and Bob Milum, always appear in the local conversations when Oregon State becomes a Rose Bowl possibility. And that's the picture at this hour. Coincidentally, the Pacific Coast Conference at this time finds Oregon State possibly facing the Oregon University Ducks for title showdown within the next two weeks. It is rare for Oregon teams to be battling it out for the coastal in the same season, but that is the picture.
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June 19, 2007
From Staff Reports OMAHA, Neb. — UC Irvine evaded elimination from the College World Series with a close 8-7 win over Arizona State Tuesday night. For the third time in four games, the win came down to the Anteaters’ last at-bat as they rallied through a four-run deficit in the eighth inning. Ollie Linton singled with the bases loaded in the 10th inning to advance the Anteaters to the third round of the CWS. They will play Oregon State Wednesday at 4 p.m. The game will be telecast on ESPN2.
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December 15, 2009
MEN’S BASKETBALL Seattle 82, UC Irvine 81 SEATTLE — Charles Garcia made two free throws with 15.6 seconds left to lift the hosts in the nonconference game Tuesday. UCI senior guard Michael Hunter had a career-high 23 points, the last two of which gave the visitors (5-4) a one-point lead with 36 seconds left. But Eric Wise was called for his fifth foul to put Garcia at the line. UCI committed a turnover on its final possession and saw its three-game winning streak end. Seattle improved to 6-5. Darren Moore had 12 points for UCI, for which Wise and Mike Wilder added 10 apiece.
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October 5, 2007
UC Irvine sophomore John Chin (golf) and junior Laura Olvera (cross country) have earned Big West Conference honors for their recent performances. Chin has been named the Big West Conference Athlete of the Month for men’s golf in September. Chin finished fourth of 50 golfers with a 54-hole total of 8-under par 208 (71-68-69) at the Oregon State Giustina Memorial Classic Sept. 17-18 at Trysting Tree Golf Club in Corvallis, Ore. Chin was Big West Freshman of the Year and an all-conference first team selection last season when he placed third at the Big West Championships.
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By Jessica Irizarry | June 23, 2008
NEWPORT BEACH — Roy Schuening was picked 94 players ahead of David Vobora in the NFL Draft. Schuening also played at a bigger college than Vobora. But none of that matters at Irrelevant Week, which kicked off Monday in Newport Beach, where Schuening played second fiddle to Mr. Irrelevant XXXIII. But Schuening doesn’t mind. As an offensive lineman, he usually let’s others take the spotlight anyway. “It’s been amazing because I get to go around and be in the background,” said Schuening, a right guard out of Oregon State and the 157th overall pick of the St. Louis Rams.
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By Matt Szabo | February 22, 2014
Miranda Stiver was more than a little bit intimidated when she entered the Corona del Mar High girls' soccer program as a sophomore. Stiver moved from Arcadia to Newport Beach in the fall of 2011 with her mother, step-dad and younger brother. The family wanted to be closer to the headquarters of PIMCO, the Newport Beach-based investment management firm for which Miranda's mother, Christina, works. The commute for Christina was indeed severely reduced. Miranda did not have so much trouble fitting in at CdM in the classroom, but on the soccer field she had doubts.
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By Annie Kim | May 30, 2013
Corona del Mar residents Jean and Jim Coon, both 90, will attempt to set a record this weekend as the oldest couple to finish the city's 32nd annual 5K. More than 2,000 runners are expected to participate in Saturday's Corona del Mar Scenic 5K but the couple, who have collectively participated in more than 50 5Ks since their early 70s, including almost every Corona del Mar Scenic 5K since 1996, aren't worried. FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that the 5K was on Sunday.
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By Barry Faulkner | June 6, 2012
Orange Coast College continued to dominate the list of locals chosen in the Major League First-Year Player Draft, as six players who competed for the Pirates, including four during the 2012 season, were among eight selected on the third and final day on Wednesday. Stefan Sabol, Boog Powell, Joel Licon and Chris Carlson were members of the 2012 OCC squad that reached the four-team state championship tournament taken in rounds 16 through 40. Former Pirates Ryan Dunn and Calvin Drummond were also selected, as was Mark Trentacosta, a junior on the 2012 UCI team, and UCI signee Andrew Potter.
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By Barry Faulkner | March 5, 2012
College basketball had been tough enough for Kassandra McCalister. Injuries, personal tragedy and a change of schools all contributed to four years and three collegiate seasons that were considerably less satisfying than her charmed high school career. Then, before her senior campaign with the UC Irvine women's team, things seemed to get progressively worse. Offseason turmoil saw two top players pared from the roster that already had a cavernous void left by the graduation of All-Big West Conference point guard Jade Smith-Williams.
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By Barry Faulkner | December 6, 2010
Molly Goodenbour is not good with giddy. And, frankly, despite a five-game winning streak and the UC Irvine women's basketball program's best start since 2002-03 in this, her third season as coach, it's a little soon to start planning any parades. But, more than the end, it's the means that have Anteaters' observers glowing about the team that continues to emerge from the former Stanford All-American's bench. And it was hard not to spot the beginnings of a gleam in Goodenbour's eyes after a 53-point second half propelled the 'Eaters to a 75-61 nonconference triumph over visiting Portland State Saturday afternoon at the Bren Events Center.
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By Lisa McLaughlin | July 2, 2010
I fondly recall my first college tour as a junior in high school. My mom and I flew up to Washington state to visit what I thought was my No. 1 choice at the time, the University of Washington. I left Seattle in tears, feeling overwhelmed by the simple walk across the vast campus. Thankfully, we included Oregon on this visit. I fell in love with Oregon State and the small town of Corvallis; the students were so friendly and down to Earth, not to mention the boy I was dating at the time lived about 30 minutes from there.
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By Steve Physioc | May 3, 2010
College football’s spring practice session ended this weekend with plenty of promise from the Pac-10. The NCAA’s “conference of champions” had a tough 2009, going only 2-5 in Bowl games. USC and UCLA provided the lone conference wins, with the Trojans beating Boston College in the Emerald Bowl and UCLA knocking off Temple in the Eagle Bank Bowl. The good news from Pac-10 camps is the improvement each team has made as they get ready for September. A total of 157 starters out of a possible 240 return.
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December 15, 2009
MEN’S BASKETBALL Seattle 82, UC Irvine 81 SEATTLE — Charles Garcia made two free throws with 15.6 seconds left to lift the hosts in the nonconference game Tuesday. UCI senior guard Michael Hunter had a career-high 23 points, the last two of which gave the visitors (5-4) a one-point lead with 36 seconds left. But Eric Wise was called for his fifth foul to put Garcia at the line. UCI committed a turnover on its final possession and saw its three-game winning streak end. Seattle improved to 6-5. Darren Moore had 12 points for UCI, for which Wise and Mike Wilder added 10 apiece.
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By Barry Faulkner | December 18, 2008
IRVINE — Like many others at this time of year, Molly Goodenbour is making a list. And, with the way things have gone, the UC Irvine women’s basketball coach has learned that every day she needs to check it twice, in order to gauge which of her players will or won’t be able to answer the bell. That list consisted of eight available athletes for the Anteaters’ nonconference home battle with Oregon State Thursday at the Bren Events Center. And UCI’s top player (junior Kelly Cochran)
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By Jessica Irizarry | June 23, 2008
NEWPORT BEACH — Roy Schuening was picked 94 players ahead of David Vobora in the NFL Draft. Schuening also played at a bigger college than Vobora. But none of that matters at Irrelevant Week, which kicked off Monday in Newport Beach, where Schuening played second fiddle to Mr. Irrelevant XXXIII. But Schuening doesn’t mind. As an offensive lineman, he usually let’s others take the spotlight anyway. “It’s been amazing because I get to go around and be in the background,” said Schuening, a right guard out of Oregon State and the 157th overall pick of the St. Louis Rams.
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