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November 23, 2004
The Orange Coast College women's volleyball team is the No. 8 seed and will play host to No. 9-seeded San Bernardino Valley, tonight at 7 in the first round of the Southern California regional playoffs. OCC (14-5) tied for second in the Orange Empire Conference while San Bernardino Valley (13-1) went 12-0 in the Foothill Conference. Two-time all-state performer Melissa Zapiain, OCC's career kills leader with 630, will lead the Pirates, who also feature sophomore outside hitter Donka Drozd.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | April 22, 2014
Kevin Emerson's first stint with the Orange Coast College football program was short and uneventful. But the former coach at Citrus and San Bernardino Valley community colleges, announced as the seventh coach in OCC's 66-year football history on Monday, is hoping for a much more meaningful association with the Pirates this time around. Emerson, chosen from more than 80 applicants, replaces Mike Taylor, who will be the Pirates' defensive coordinator after 15 seasons at the helm. Taylor was 62-91 to produce the worst winning percentage (.405)
SPORTS
December 29, 2010
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL San Bernardino Valley 62, Orange Coast 57 VENTURA — Samantha Hansen had 18 points and Helena Robel added 14 for the Pirates in the semifinals of the Ventura Tournament on Wednesday at Ventura College. Amanda Deal had 10 points for OCC (12-5), which saw San Bernardino Valley (13-1) score the final five points in the last 19 seconds. OCC plays either Southwestern or Ventura for third place today at 4 p.m.
SPORTS
September 11, 2012
MEN'S SOCCER Long Beach 3, Orange Coast 2 COSTA MESA — The host Pirates led, 2-0, and the Vikings were short-handed one player due to a red card ejection. But the visitors rallied with three second-half goals to earn the nonconference clash on Monday. Baji Chela scored twice in the first 20 minutes for the Pirates (0-2-1). Long Beach scored the game-winner in the 79th minute. OCC plays host to San Bernardino Valley on Wednesday.
SPORTS
September 12, 2012
WOMEN'S WATER POLO Orange Coast 27, Saddleback 8 COSTA MESA - Alyssa Thomas led the Pirates with seven goals in the Orange Empire Conference opener for both teams Wednesday. OCC used an 11-goal opening period to cruise to the victory. Sierra Driessen, Audrey Hung and Brianna Salas scored four goals each. Layla Jahanshai and Vivianne Mai each had three goals, while Kaitlyn Finney and Belen Cairo each contributed a goal each. OCC goalies Anna Venturini and Cailend Robbins combined for seven saves in the win. The Pirates return to the OCC pool Wednesday when they play host to Santa Ana College, beginning at 4:30 p.m. * MEN'S WATER POLO Orange Coast 17, Saddleback 4 COSTA MESA - Connor Moulton had three goals and an assist to lead the Pirates, while Randy Trimmer added two goals and three assists in the Orange Empire Conference opener for both teams Wednesday.
NEWS
March 14, 2002
SAN BERNARDINO - The Orange Coast College men's tennis team won five out of six singles matches to defeat nonleague host San Bernardino Valley College, 6-3, Wednesday. Pirates Zoran Korac, Allen Hoang, Chris Trepte, June Yanai, Chris Colero won their individual matches. Colero answered a 0-6 loss in the first game and won the next two, 7-6, 6-3. OCC improved to 5-1. NONCONFERENCE Orange Coast 6, San Bernardino Valley 3 Singles - Korac (OCC)
LOCAL
December 29, 2008
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL San Bernardino Valley 65, Orange Coast 40 VENTURA – Sophomore Simone Ibbotson scored 13 points to lead the Pirates in the first of two games at the four-team Ventura Crossover Monday. Freshman Jenna Lujan added 11 points for the Pirates (11-6).   Ventura Crossover San Bernardino Valley 65, Orange Coast 40 OCC – Ibbotson 13, Lujan 11, Cargill 6, Gomez 6, Harrell 3, Alfafara 1. 3-pt.
SPORTS
September 21, 2011
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Pasadena def. Orange Coast PASADENA - Karlee Riggs had 24 kills and Allison Lumsden had 49 assists for the No. 8-ranked Pirates, who fell, 25-20, 22-25, 15-25, 25-16, 15-9, to the No. 8-ranked hosts in a battle of undefeated teams Wednesday. Andi Frisina added 15 digs and Isabel Emrich had 15 kills for OCC (4-1). Pasadena is 6-0. * MEN'S SOCCER San Bernardino Valley 2, Orange Coast 0 SAN BERNARDINO - The hosts scored in the ninth minute and the 76th minute in the nonconference game Wednesday.
SPORTS
November 20, 2013
The Orange Coast College women's soccer team is the No. 11 seed and will open the 16-team Southern California Regional playoffs on the road against No. 6-seeded Ventura on Saturday at 7 p.m. Coach Kevin Smith's Pirates (12-4-4), the second-place team from the Orange Empire Conference, might have earned as high as the No. 9 seed, if not for having to drop a contest from their schedule due to sanctions against the entire athletic program for beginning fall workouts too early. The dropped contest, under bylaws specific to soccer, resulted in a worse power-point ranking, the criteria used to decide seeding.
FEATURES
January 2, 2009
Nick Akins, drafted in the 20th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball draft out of Riverside Community College, tops Vanguard University’s 13-player baseball recruiting class, announced by first-year coach Ralph Grajeda. Akins, for whom 30 of his 46 hits in 2008 were for extra bases, including 13 home runs, is among 10 community college transfers who will try to improve upon a 17-31 season last spring, after which Scott Mallernee resigned, having posted a 72-110 record in four seasons at the helm.
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SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | April 22, 2014
Kevin Emerson's first stint with the Orange Coast College football program was short and uneventful. But the former coach at Citrus and San Bernardino Valley community colleges, announced as the seventh coach in OCC's 66-year football history on Monday, is hoping for a much more meaningful association with the Pirates this time around. Emerson, chosen from more than 80 applicants, replaces Mike Taylor, who will be the Pirates' defensive coordinator after 15 seasons at the helm. Taylor was 62-91 to produce the worst winning percentage (.405)
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SPORTS
April 21, 2014
Kevin Emerson, who coached at San Bernardino Valley College the past five seasons, has taken over as Orange Coast's football head coach, the school announced Monday. Emerson takes over for Mike Taylor, who was 62-91 over the past 15 seasons. Taylor, who got OCC to three bowl games, will remain on the Pirates staff as the defensive coordinator. Emerson, who was 29-23 in five seasons with the Wolverines, will be officially introduced as coach during a meet-and-greet with the new coach Thursday at OCC's gym. "The past few days have been a little intense, to say the least," Emerson said in a release posted on the school's website.
SPORTS
November 20, 2013
The Orange Coast College women's soccer team is the No. 11 seed and will open the 16-team Southern California Regional playoffs on the road against No. 6-seeded Ventura on Saturday at 7 p.m. Coach Kevin Smith's Pirates (12-4-4), the second-place team from the Orange Empire Conference, might have earned as high as the No. 9 seed, if not for having to drop a contest from their schedule due to sanctions against the entire athletic program for beginning fall workouts too early. The dropped contest, under bylaws specific to soccer, resulted in a worse power-point ranking, the criteria used to decide seeding.
SPORTS
September 13, 2013
MEN'S SOCCER UC Irvine 1, Louisville 0 LOUISVILLE, Ky - Junior forward Trey Hayes scored an unassisted goal in the 69th minute to lead the visiting Anteaters to an upset of the No. 16-ranked Cardinals on Friday. Hayes had a team-best four shots as UCI posted a 14-4 advantage in that department. Michael Breslin made one save to preserve the shutout for UCI (3-1-1). Louisville is 2-2. UCI visits Indiana on Sunday. - William Carey 1, Vanguard 0 ORANGE BEACH, Ala. - The Lions surrendered the only goal in the 87th minute of the nonconference match on Friday.
SPORTS
September 12, 2012
WOMEN'S WATER POLO Orange Coast 27, Saddleback 8 COSTA MESA - Alyssa Thomas led the Pirates with seven goals in the Orange Empire Conference opener for both teams Wednesday. OCC used an 11-goal opening period to cruise to the victory. Sierra Driessen, Audrey Hung and Brianna Salas scored four goals each. Layla Jahanshai and Vivianne Mai each had three goals, while Kaitlyn Finney and Belen Cairo each contributed a goal each. OCC goalies Anna Venturini and Cailend Robbins combined for seven saves in the win. The Pirates return to the OCC pool Wednesday when they play host to Santa Ana College, beginning at 4:30 p.m. * MEN'S WATER POLO Orange Coast 17, Saddleback 4 COSTA MESA - Connor Moulton had three goals and an assist to lead the Pirates, while Randy Trimmer added two goals and three assists in the Orange Empire Conference opener for both teams Wednesday.
SPORTS
September 11, 2012
MEN'S SOCCER Long Beach 3, Orange Coast 2 COSTA MESA — The host Pirates led, 2-0, and the Vikings were short-handed one player due to a red card ejection. But the visitors rallied with three second-half goals to earn the nonconference clash on Monday. Baji Chela scored twice in the first 20 minutes for the Pirates (0-2-1). Long Beach scored the game-winner in the 79th minute. OCC plays host to San Bernardino Valley on Wednesday.
SPORTS
November 24, 2011
FRESNO - The Orange Coast College cross country programs capped off a solid season with a pair of top-five team finishes at the California Community College State Meet, held at Woodward Park Saturday. For the OCC women, the Pirates were topped only by state powerhouse Glendale and finished second overall with 115 points. The Vaqueros (30 points) used four top-10 performances to run away with the state title. Leading the OCC team was sophomore standout Analicia Silva, who used the near-perfect conditions to rip through the 5K course with a fourth-place time of 18 minutes, 21.68 seconds, just 22 seconds off of the championship pace, set by Glendale's Karen Rosas (17:59.61)
SPORTS
September 21, 2011
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Pasadena def. Orange Coast PASADENA - Karlee Riggs had 24 kills and Allison Lumsden had 49 assists for the No. 8-ranked Pirates, who fell, 25-20, 22-25, 15-25, 25-16, 15-9, to the No. 8-ranked hosts in a battle of undefeated teams Wednesday. Andi Frisina added 15 digs and Isabel Emrich had 15 kills for OCC (4-1). Pasadena is 6-0. * MEN'S SOCCER San Bernardino Valley 2, Orange Coast 0 SAN BERNARDINO - The hosts scored in the ninth minute and the 76th minute in the nonconference game Wednesday.
SPORTS
December 29, 2010
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL San Bernardino Valley 62, Orange Coast 57 VENTURA — Samantha Hansen had 18 points and Helena Robel added 14 for the Pirates in the semifinals of the Ventura Tournament on Wednesday at Ventura College. Amanda Deal had 10 points for OCC (12-5), which saw San Bernardino Valley (13-1) score the final five points in the last 19 seconds. OCC plays either Southwestern or Ventura for third place today at 4 p.m.
FEATURES
January 2, 2009
Nick Akins, drafted in the 20th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball draft out of Riverside Community College, tops Vanguard University’s 13-player baseball recruiting class, announced by first-year coach Ralph Grajeda. Akins, for whom 30 of his 46 hits in 2008 were for extra bases, including 13 home runs, is among 10 community college transfers who will try to improve upon a 17-31 season last spring, after which Scott Mallernee resigned, having posted a 72-110 record in four seasons at the helm.
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