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March 12, 2014
Newport Harbor High two-way standout Cory Stowell said he has committed to the San Diego State football program. "I chose [to go] there because I fell in love with the campus visiting my sophomore year," Stowell said. "The coaching staff is very sincere and straight forward on the day-to-day work spent on the field. My dream was to play D1 football and now I have the chance to do just that. " Stowell, a cornerback and wide receiver, led the Sailors (8-6, 3-2 in Sunset League)
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By Barry Faulkner | April 6, 2010
IRVINE — It appeared, for a time, that the UC Irvine baseball team had stumbled into position to edge San Diego State Tuesday night at Anteater Ballpark. But, ultimately, it was the UCI bullpen that stumbled in the ninth inning, allowing the Aztecs to rally for a 6-5 nonconference victory that snapped the No. 18-ranked Anteaters’ four-game winning streak. UCI scored the go-ahead run on a steal of home with two outs in the eighth to break a 4-4 tie. The play involved some deception.
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By Barry Faulkner | October 20, 2007
While soccer goalkeepers are evaluated foremost on the number of goals allowed, the most successful among them are often recognized for what they produce aloud. Indeed, when it comes to the last line of defense, many coaches agree that backing it up is often reliant upon the ability to talk a good game. So, in order to deflate opposing offenses, sophomore Jillian Foss first pumps up the volume for the Vanguard University women’s soccer team. In her first season with the Lions, the talkative San Diego State transfer has both taken charge of her defense, and taken exception to the notion of opposing goals.
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March 7, 2009
UC Irvine senior Ashling Taylor, a Newport Harbor High product, was named Big West Player of the Week in women’s water polo Thursday following her performances at San Diego State and UC San Diego. Taylor helped UCI (11-4) to upset No. 5 San Diego State and defeat No. 18 UC San Diego. She had six goals, six steals, three assists and three earned exclusions on the week. This is the first career honor for Taylor and is the second time a UCI player has earned Big West Player of the Week honors this season in the conference’s first year of sponsoring women’s water polo.
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By: | September 12, 2005
The UC Irvine women's soccer team fell to San Diego State, 2-0, Sunday afternoon in the UCI Nike/Holiday Inn invitational at Anteater Stadium. San Diego State (5-2), which won the tournament, outshot the Anteaters, 19-2, and forced four corner kicks as UCI fell to 1-4-1. Britney Webster and Kathleen Lemieux took the Anteaters only two shots, while 10 different Aztecs attempted shots on goal. Erika Sutton tallied both goals for SDSU, the first coming in the 56th minute off of an assist from Alicia Piz on a cross over the middle.
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April 17, 2014
UC Irvine baseball coach Mike Gillespie will be honored for his 1,000th career win Friday prior to the first pitch against San Diego State. Gillespie, in his 27th season of coaching at the Division I level, logged the milestone victory Feb. 23 against Long Beach State with a 7-2 decision. The American Baseball Coaches Assn. Hall of Fame skipper is one of 16 Division I coaches to have reached the milestone. He has 1,020 victories going into Thursday's game against San Diego State.
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September 2, 2008
UC Irvine women’s volleyball standouts Lauren Kellerman, Kari Pestolesi and Taryn Robertson all received all-tournament honors at the Aztec Invitational, completed Saturday at San Diego State. Kellerman, a senior outside hitter, had 25 kills in three matches, including 11 in the Anteaters’ lone loss to No. 22-ranked San Diego on Saturday. She also had nine of her 13 digs during the tournament against the Toreros. She also had four ace serves against San Diego. Pestolesi, a sophomore opposite, had 24 kills in the tournament, in which UCI swept San Diego State and Albany.
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February 28, 2008
BASEBALL Concordia 8, Vanguard 4 IRVINE — Junior first baseman Derek Craddock and sophomore center fielder Daniel Black each had a pair of hits for Vanguard in the Golden State Athletic Conference game Wednesday at Concordia. Black added a double for the Lions (6-9, 2-7 in conference), who fell behind, 4-0, after three innings. Concordia’s defending GSAC Pitcher of the Year, Enrique Lechuga, allowed two earned runs in five innings for the Eagles (4-5, 3-4)
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March 8, 2003
The UC Irvine baseball team snapped a four-game losing streak with a 10-5 nonconference victory over San Diego State Friday at Tony Gwynn Stadium. The Aztecs (6-13) opened the scoring with a run in the bottom of the first, but UCI (5-11) answered swiftly, bringing 10 batters to the plate in the top of the second and tagging starter Mike Moat for five runs on seven hits. San Diego State narrowed the game to 5-4, but UCI extended its lead with a run in the top of the fifth and two more runs in the seventh.
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April 17, 2014
UC Irvine baseball coach Mike Gillespie will be honored for his 1,000th career win Friday prior to the first pitch against San Diego State. Gillespie, in his 27th season of coaching at the Division I level, logged the milestone victory Feb. 23 against Long Beach State with a 7-2 decision. The American Baseball Coaches Assn. Hall of Fame skipper is one of 16 Division I coaches to have reached the milestone. He has 1,020 victories going into Thursday's game against San Diego State.
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March 12, 2014
Newport Harbor High two-way standout Cory Stowell said he has committed to the San Diego State football program. "I chose [to go] there because I fell in love with the campus visiting my sophomore year," Stowell said. "The coaching staff is very sincere and straight forward on the day-to-day work spent on the field. My dream was to play D1 football and now I have the chance to do just that. " Stowell, a cornerback and wide receiver, led the Sailors (8-6, 3-2 in Sunset League)
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September 19, 2013
Sage Hill (1-2) vs. Escondido Charter (1-1) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at Escondido Orange Glen High Key Lightning: Jr. QB-CB CJ McCord (376 yards, two TDs and one INT on 38 of 71 passing); Jr. RB-LB Beau Roth (152 yards and two TDs on 46 carries); Sr. FS-WR Sam Masarik (nine catches for 104 yards) Key White Tigers: Sr. QB-CB Kyler Chumbley; Sr. RB-DB Scott Dawson; Sr. OLB Michael Haworth Breakdown: Sage Hill faces a program that finished last season without a win just like the Lightning … Escondido Charter, a CIF San Diego Section Division 5 program, ended its losing ways with a 48-22 season-opening win against San Diego San Ysidro … Lightning beat Fairmont Prep, 38-7, in the second game of the season, stopping a 13-game skid … Sage Hill plays the first of two consecutive games against Escondido-based programs, the other is at home against Classical Academy … Game features two coaches who played for Mountain West Conference schools, Sage Hill's J.R. Tolver (San Diego State)
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By Barry Faulkner | April 23, 2013
SAN DIEGO — In his 26th season, having pulled the strings in more than 1,500 Division I college baseball games, UC Irvine Coach Mike Gillespie apparently knows when he has seen enough. Gillespie hit his breaking point for the second time in three games on Tuesday, when the Anteaters allowed eight runs in the sixth inning of a 18-2 nonconference loss at San Diego State. Gillespie was ejected during the Aztecs' big inning Tuesday, just as he was shown the gate during a nine-run fourth inning on Saturday in a 14-13 loss at the University of the Pacific.
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April 17, 2013
Corona del Mar High senior defensive end Tim Reinhardt has accepted a preferred walk-on spot with the San Diego State football program, said Bill, his father, in an email on Wednesday. "We believe this is the best fit for Tim," said Bill, adding that his son received preferred walk-on offers from Oregon, Utah, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and the University of San Diego. Reinhardt, a 6-foot-3, 225-pounder, earned All-CIF Southern Section Southern Division accolades for the second straight season.
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By Barry Faulkner | March 12, 2013
IRVINE — In his fourth year in the UC Irvine baseball program, Kyle Hooper knows that there are consequences to less-than-stellar pitching. Among them is a conversion, more of a monologue really, with Anteaters' veteran coach Mike Gillespie. Such was the case after Hooper's last outing on Thursday at BYU, in which he allowed two runs in one-third of an inning. Tacked on to his previous appearance on March 2 against Portland, Hooper had given up six runs on seven hits in his last six innings.
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By Bryce Alderton | July 21, 2012
NEWPORT BEACH - What little breathing room there was for competitors during the first 36 holes of the 113th Southern California Golf Assn. Amateur championship, Xander Schauffele bottled enough to sustain him all the way to the top of the leaderboard. Big Canyon Country Club rendered some sweaty, exhausted faces as the sun set Friday evening, with only six of 80-plus players finishing the first two rounds under par. Schauffele, who transferred to San Diego State from Long Beach, bolted to a four-under-68 on his first 18 and followed with a one-under 71 on the afternoon round to take a three-shot lead over 2011 California Amateur champion Bhavik Patel (71-71 - 142)
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By Barry Faulkner | April 18, 2012
IRVINE - Even though UC Irvine freshman designated hitter Connor Spencer continues to solidify his spot atop the team batting average leader board, it's still the seniors who move the productivity needle most often for the Anteaters. Spencer, who came in batting a team-best .367, had two singles and drove in three runs in a 10-5 nonconference baseball triumph over visiting San Diego State on Tuesday. But seniors Jordan Fox, Tommy Reyes and D.J. Crumlich combined for seven hits, four RBIs and six runs to help the Anteaters get back on track after having lost five of their previous six. Senior starting pitcher Crosby Slaught allowed one hit in three scoreless innings to record the victory.
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By Barry Faulkner | March 9, 2012
ANAHEIM - The Long Beach State men's basketball team played North Carolina in the Dean Dome and battled Kansas in Phog Allen Fieldhouse earlier this season. The 49ers also won at then-No, 9-ranked Pitt and lost hard-fought road contests to Louisville and San Diego State. But for a little more than 26 minutes in a Big West Conference Tournament semifinal against UC Irvine on Friday, no team had tested Coach Dan Monson's hardened veteran cast any more thoroughly than the Anteaters.
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