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September 15, 2003
The UC Irvine senior forward Hayley McNallan scored in the opening minute of the second half to lead the Anteaters to a 1-0 women's soccer victory Sunday over Portland State in the Montana Diadora Cup in Missoula. McNallan has four goals this season, including two game-winners and is now tied for seventh on UCI's all-time goal list. Freshman goalkeeper Marissa Welliver earned her third shutout of the season while picking up two saves. UCI improved to 4-2-1 and Portland State fell to 1-4. The Anteaters host Boise State at 7:00 p.m. Friday.
SPORTS
March 30, 2007
CHISHOLM MOVES ON Torre Chisholm, the associate athletic director for development and marketing at UC Irvine since 2000, will leave the school to become athletic director at Portland State, Portland State announced Thursday. While at Irvine, Chisholm increased fundraising by 200% and sponsorships by 150%. He helped secure major gifts that led to the construction of a Sports Medicine Center and the newly opened Newkirk Pavilion at Anteater Ballpark, which includes a team clubhouse and coaches' offices.
SPORTS
August 27, 2006
HELENA, Mont. — Marissa Swift tallied seven saves as the Vanguard women's soccer team notched its second shutout in two days with a 1-0 win over Carroll College in the Carroll Classic on Saturday.   Junior Rachel Housepian scored the winning goal off an assist from Heather Hutton in overtime. With 10 seconds left in overtime, Hutton won a loose ball at midfield and slipped it to Housepian, who blasted an 18-yard shot inside the far post for the game-winning goal.
NEWS
April 21, 2001
Two Orange Coast College football players have committed to four-year universities, according to Coach Mike Taylor. Sophomore Anthony Knutson will attend Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., while Thomas Cornejo will continue his career at Chapman University. Knutson, a 6-foot-3, 286-pound offensive lineman, was a two-time All-Mission Conference selection for the Pirates. Cornejo, a 6-0, 240-pound defensive end, was injured most of his sophomore season, but impressed Chapman coaches enough in his limited playing time.
NEWS
June 21, 2001
COSTA MESA - Orange Coast College's Gerard Fane, who played tight end for the football team last fall, said he will continue his athletic and academic careers at Chapman University. The 6-foot-2, 215-pound Fane caught seven passes for 81 yards and a touchdown as a freshman in 1999 and he tallied 15 receptions for 189 yards this past season to help lead the Pirates to the Mission Conference Central Division co-championship. "I felt it was the best opportunity for me to get ahead in life," said Fane, who played at Mater Dei High.
NEWS
January 5, 2003
One word can describe the difference of this year's UC Irvine women's basketball team compared to last season's squad. Confidence. This year, Coach Mark Adams' Anteaters believe. Last year's 'Eaters had little, if any, confidence. They won their first game, but then lost eight straight, including three losses in overtime. Those close losses can do a lot of damage to a team, and it did. UCI suffered a 71-69 loss at Portland State last year. But this year, it's been a different story.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner, barry.faulkner@latimes.com | December 4, 2010
IRVINE — Halfway through its third game in six days, the UC Irvine women's basketball team appeared somewhat worse for the wear. But, just as third-year coach Molly Goodenbour's team has proved during a recent winning streak, the Anteaters seem to have amassed a roster good enough to wear opponents out. UCI did just that Saturday, answering its lowest-scoring half of the season with its best scoring output in any half this year to produce...
NEWS
May 12, 2001
COSTA MESA - Orange Coast College's Martin Janzon, a two-year starter at linebacker, will continue his playing days and education at the University of Southern California. "I'm very happy about this," said Janson. "I really wanted to stay in California." The 25-year-old said he would be vying with three or four others for duty at weakside linebacker on the Trojans' football roster. A 6-foot-3, 225-pounder from Norrkoping, Sweden, Janzon posted 139 tackles last year - the seventh-highest single-season total in school history - to help lead the Pirates to the Mission Conference Central Division championship.
NEWS
December 17, 2003
Newport Harbor High's girls basketball team made a 22-6 lead after one quarter stand up and rolled to a 52-40 victory over Northwood to begin pool play of the Valley Christian tournament in Cerritos. Senior Jillianne Whitfield led the Sailors (3-3) with 19 points to go with six rebounds and four assists while Victoria Swigart tallied 12 points and 11 rebounds. Kristi Eddington tallied nine points while Vanessa Miller (four), Kristi Koon (four), Allyson Stoltz (two)
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By Barry Faulkner, barry.faulkner@latimes.com | December 4, 2010
IRVINE — Halfway through its third game in six days, the UC Irvine women's basketball team appeared somewhat worse for the wear. But, just as third-year coach Molly Goodenbour's team has proved during a recent winning streak, the Anteaters seem to have amassed a roster good enough to wear opponents out. UCI did just that Saturday, answering its lowest-scoring half of the season with its best scoring output in any half this year to produce...
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SPORTS
March 30, 2007
CHISHOLM MOVES ON Torre Chisholm, the associate athletic director for development and marketing at UC Irvine since 2000, will leave the school to become athletic director at Portland State, Portland State announced Thursday. While at Irvine, Chisholm increased fundraising by 200% and sponsorships by 150%. He helped secure major gifts that led to the construction of a Sports Medicine Center and the newly opened Newkirk Pavilion at Anteater Ballpark, which includes a team clubhouse and coaches' offices.
SPORTS
August 27, 2006
HELENA, Mont. — Marissa Swift tallied seven saves as the Vanguard women's soccer team notched its second shutout in two days with a 1-0 win over Carroll College in the Carroll Classic on Saturday.   Junior Rachel Housepian scored the winning goal off an assist from Heather Hutton in overtime. With 10 seconds left in overtime, Hutton won a loose ball at midfield and slipped it to Housepian, who blasted an 18-yard shot inside the far post for the game-winning goal.
NEWS
January 11, 2005
BARRY FAULKNER The perspiration that soaked the shoulders of UC Irvine men's basketball coach Pat Douglass' blue dress shirt Saturday night was a fitting symbol of the inspiration that flowed from the Anteaters' players, coaches and fans in the near-upset of Big West Conference front-runner University of the Pacific at the Bren Events Center. Sometime down the line, perhaps as quickly as the next few weeks, Anteater enthusiasts may look back upon the disheartening loss to the Tigers as a foundation for season that figures to deliver more positives than the lackluster 2003-04 campaign.
NEWS
January 3, 2005
Chris Yemma There's something different about the UC Irvine men's basketball team this season. For starters, with six wins the team is already more than halfway to its win total last season, an 11-17 campaign. Secondly, there's a new addition to a changing team, who isn't afraid of change. Aaron Fitzgerald, a 6-foot-2 junior, is playing hoops for his fourth school in four years. If you count high school, it would be his fifth school in five years.
NEWS
December 17, 2003
Newport Harbor High's girls basketball team made a 22-6 lead after one quarter stand up and rolled to a 52-40 victory over Northwood to begin pool play of the Valley Christian tournament in Cerritos. Senior Jillianne Whitfield led the Sailors (3-3) with 19 points to go with six rebounds and four assists while Victoria Swigart tallied 12 points and 11 rebounds. Kristi Eddington tallied nine points while Vanessa Miller (four), Kristi Koon (four), Allyson Stoltz (two)
NEWS
September 15, 2003
The UC Irvine senior forward Hayley McNallan scored in the opening minute of the second half to lead the Anteaters to a 1-0 women's soccer victory Sunday over Portland State in the Montana Diadora Cup in Missoula. McNallan has four goals this season, including two game-winners and is now tied for seventh on UCI's all-time goal list. Freshman goalkeeper Marissa Welliver earned her third shutout of the season while picking up two saves. UCI improved to 4-2-1 and Portland State fell to 1-4. The Anteaters host Boise State at 7:00 p.m. Friday.
NEWS
January 5, 2003
One word can describe the difference of this year's UC Irvine women's basketball team compared to last season's squad. Confidence. This year, Coach Mark Adams' Anteaters believe. Last year's 'Eaters had little, if any, confidence. They won their first game, but then lost eight straight, including three losses in overtime. Those close losses can do a lot of damage to a team, and it did. UCI suffered a 71-69 loss at Portland State last year. But this year, it's been a different story.
NEWS
November 25, 2002
Barry Faulkner The Newport Harbor High football team has one less thing to be thankful for this Thanksgiving after a surprising first-round exit in the CIF Southern Section Division VI Playoffs. In a game that went down to the last dramatic play, a 57-yard desperation heave from quarterback Michael McDonald to Alex Orth to the Valencia High 20-yard line as time expired, the Sailors (7-4) came up short, 35-28. The loss eliminated the Sailors, who had not lost in the first round since 1993 and had gone to four section title games and two semifinals in their last six trips to the postseason.
NEWS
June 21, 2001
COSTA MESA - Orange Coast College's Gerard Fane, who played tight end for the football team last fall, said he will continue his athletic and academic careers at Chapman University. The 6-foot-2, 215-pound Fane caught seven passes for 81 yards and a touchdown as a freshman in 1999 and he tallied 15 receptions for 189 yards this past season to help lead the Pirates to the Mission Conference Central Division co-championship. "I felt it was the best opportunity for me to get ahead in life," said Fane, who played at Mater Dei High.
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