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October 14, 2001
Orange Coast College's undefeated women's water polo team continued their runaway ride through Southern California competition Saturday, smashing Saddleback in a semifinal, 12-3, then punishing Long Beach City College, 8-3, to lay claim to the Citrus College Tournament championship. Devon Wright scored three goals and Neisha Hoagland and Christine McDonald each scored twice to help the Pirates do away with Long Beach in the final. It was scoreless through the first quarter, but the Pirates broke it open with four unanswered goals in the second period.
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NEWS
February 11, 2009
Brett Sarsfield, a volunteer assistant the last two seasons at Loyola Marymount University, has been hired as an assistant coach for the UC Irvine women’s soccer program, Anteaters Coach Scott Juniper announced Wednesday. Sarsfield was an assistant men’s soccer and women’s water polo coach at Siena College in New York, before joining the LMU staff in 2007 as director of soccer operations. He also coached in the boys’ soccer program at South Torrance High, as well as in the girls’ soccer program at Bishop Montgomery High.
NEWS
October 6, 2002
Newport Harbor High's girls volleyball team, facing three nationally ranked teams in one day, lost in the championship semifinals Saturday and captured third place at the Nike Challenge in Chicago, hosted by Mother McCauley High. Coach Dan Glenn's Sailors (11-2) defeated Downers Grove South of Chicago in the quarterfinals, 9-15, 15-8, 15-13, behind senior middle blocker Kristin McClune (25 kills) and junior outside hitters Alyson Jennings (16 kills and two aces)
SPORTS
December 7, 2007
Sage Hill School senior boys’ water polo goalie Danny Harold was named Co-Most Valuable Player of the Orange Coast League for the recently completed season. Harold was joined on the first team by Lightning seniors Beau Caillouette and Jimmy Miller, as well as junior Tucker Pettis. Costa Mesa seniors Sam Edman and Skyler Twohig also made the first team, as did Estancia senior Jeff Crosson. Harold made 212 saves on the season to help Sage Hill (15-7, 4-2 in league)
SPORTS
October 16, 2006
LOS ANGELES — The UC Irvine men's water polo team lost to Pepperdine, 12-11, in double overtime, in the seventh-place game of the Southern California Tournament Sunday at USC. The Anteaters fell, 12-8, in the fifth-place semifinal to Pacific earlier Sunday. UCI, which received six combined goals from Colin Mello and five from Kyle Baxter, fell to 6-11. UCI plays host to Cal Saturday at noon. Southern California Tournament Seventh-place game Pepperdine 12, UC Irvine 11 Score by Periods       Pepperdine 2 2 2 3 1 2 — 12 UC Irvine 2 3 1 3 2 0 — 11 Pepperdine -- Corjon 4, MacDonell 3, Snulder 2, Lee 1, Willis 1, Whitlock 1. Saves -- Lee 7. UC Irvine -- Baxter 4, Bielskis 3, Mello 3, Clair-Williams 1. Saves -- Garcia 4. Fifth-place semifinal Pacific 12, UC Irvine 8 Score by Quarters       UC Irvine 4 1 3 0 — 12 Pacific 3 4 2 ...
LOCAL
By Roland E. Bye | May 25, 2009
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NEWS
April 26, 2010
After a 13-7 loss to UC Santa Barbara on April 3, the UC Irvine women’s water polo team was 9-13 and 0-2 in the Big West Conference. Few knew, however, the Anteaters were right where they wanted to be. Coach Dan Klatt’s team proved just that, however, winning six of its final seven games, including three over the weekend to repeat as Big West tournament champions. UCI, the No. 4 seed, knocked off top-seeded Pacific, 10-7, in Saturday’s semifinals, then topped No. 2-seeded Cal State Northridge, 12-11, in Sunday’s title game.
NEWS
October 14, 2000
Tony Altobelli Only a sophomore like two-meter player Artie Dorr could best describe the moments just prior to Corona del Mar's win over Newport Harbor, 12-11, in the finals of the S&R Sport Water Polo Cup championship final last Saturday at Heritage Park in Irvine. With only seconds remaining and Sailors' senior Caine Littrell was one-on-one with sophomore goalie Beau Stockstill. Stockstill slapped away Littrell's lob shot and the Sea Kings were victorious.
NEWS
September 26, 2002
The UC Irvine men's soccer team felt a different sort of regret after losing, 2-1, to visiting San Diego Wednesday night. Sure, the Anteaters had several chances to upset the No. 14 Toreros (8-1-0), who scored the game-winner with 13 minutes left. But the 'Eaters (4-3-1) were also thinking what if because they had so many players out with injuries. What if, as in what if Brad Aspey, Jesse Peron and Sebastian Galmarini had played? What if Anthony Vizcarra played at full strength?
NEWS
By BY BARRY FAULKNER | September 14, 2009
With a penchant for planning and redshirting talented, sometimes experienced players, UC Irvine men’s water polo coach Marc Hunt admittedly views the pool as a vast caldron of personnel stew. “You’ve got to have a five-year plan,” said Hunt, who picked up his philosophy from legendary predecessor Ted Newland. That long-range foresight crystallized more concisely after the 2007 team reached the final of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. And, decisions were made to endure a modest 2008 in hopes of building something special for this season.
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