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February 23, 2004
Junior Brian Morton earned the decisive point with a victory at No. 3 singles as host UC Irvine defeated Santa Clara, 4-3, in a nonconference men's tennis match Sunday at Anteater Tennis Stadium. Morton, a Corona del Mar High product, topped Erich Chen, 5-7, 6-4, 6-3, to help the Anteaters improve to 4-3. Seniors Jon Endrikat and Zoran Korac also earned singles victories for UCI, which swept the doubles point by winning all three matches. Moton teamed with junior Ryusuke Kashiwabara for an 8-4 doubles victory, while Endrikat and senior Wkwesi Williams combined for an 8-6 doubles triumph.
NEWS
December 14, 2004
The UC Irvine men's basketball team returns to action after a 10-day layoff for finals when the Anteaters visit Santa Clara tonight at 7. UCI (2-2) brings an 11-game road losing streak into tonight's clash with the Broncos (6-3), who have wins over North Carolina and Stanford this season. Santa Clara, however, is coming off a surprising 98-89 loss at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, which recorded its first win in five games this season. The Anteaters have lost road games at USC and UCLA.
SPORTS
December 5, 2005
uc irvine women's hoopsSANTA CLARA -- The Santa Clara women's basketball team trounced visiting UC Irvine, 99-71, Sunday, dropping the Anteaters to 0-6. The 99 points were the most scored against a UCI team since UNLV defeated the 'Eaters, 100-71, on Feb. 5, 1993. Sophomore Stephanie Duda scored a season-high 15 points in 20 minutes and senior Kimberly Martin came off the bench to score a season-high 14, before fouling out in 14 minutes, to lead the Anteaters. Martin made 6 of 10 field-goal attempts and Duda was 5 of 10. But the rest of the 'Eaters were a combined 12 of 39 from the field, and UCI committed 30 turnovers.
SPORTS
December 3, 2011
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL UC Irvine 88, Santa Clara 82 IRVINE - The host Anteaters produced a 10-0 run in the final 2:54 and senior Kassandra McAllister had all 19 of her points in the second half in the nonconference game Saturday at the Bren Events Center. McAllister made four free throws in the final 39 seconds, was nine of 11 from the foul line and added nine assists. Jasmine Bernard (16 points), Jasmyne White (14) and Methlyn Onogomuho (12) also paced the UCI offense.
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By: | September 10, 2005
BELL-JEFF VS. SANTA CLARA WHEN: 7 p.m. today. WHERE: Memorial Field at Burroughs High. RECORDS: It is the season opener for both team. LAST YEAR: The Guards defeated the Saints, 32-6. OUTLOOK: Their first few games will likely determine how successful the season will be for the Guards (9-2 and Santa Fe League champions last season). With the loss of most of its offensive impact players, Bell-Jeff will have to rely on athletes who are untested at the varsity level.
NEWS
December 15, 2004
Barry Faulkner SANTA CLARA -- Things finally came together on the road for the UC Irvine men's basketball team, but not without everyone tugging on the edges. The Anteaters, who had lost 11 straight road games and gone nearly two calendar years without a nonconference road victory, knocked off host Santa Clara, 70-58, Tuesday night in front of 1,729 at the Leavy Center. "Overall, it was a great team victory," UCI Coach Pat Douglass said.
FEATURES
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | February 25, 2010
NEWPORT COAST — After 100 minutes of soccer, the Sage Hill School boys’ soccer team looked worn out at home Thursday. There was more on tap after a 1-1 tie with Santa Clara of Oxnard. Penalty kicks were going to decide which school advanced to the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Division VII playoffs for the first time in their respective histories. Sage Hill Coach Noureddine El Alam had four players on the bench, two of which were hurt. Two were available to possibly kick or play goalkeeper.
NEWS
By: Shel Segal | September 14, 2005
Optimism was everywhere when the Bellarmine-Jefferson High football team opened its season with a nonleague game with Santa Clara. The Guards were hoping to ride the success of a 2004 season in which they won their first Santa Fe League championship in 50 years. However, that optimism lasted until the first play of the contest Saturday at Memorial Field. Bell-Jeff wide receiver and defensive end Andrew Loera fumbled an unexpected short kick from Saint place-kicker Alvaro Marin on the game's opening kickoff, dampening the Guards' hopes and helping begin a disappointing night that led to a 21-6 loss.
NEWS
By: | September 1, 2005
Corona del Mar High product Taylor Dent advanced to the second round of the men's singles draw at the U.S. Open following a 6-3, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4 victory over Lars Burgsmuller of Germany Wednesday in Flushing Meadows, N.Y. Dent, seeded 25th, hit 44% of his first serves and tallied 18 aces in the victory. He will face Nicolas Almagro of Spain the second round Friday. Dent's best finish in seven U.S. Open's came in 2003 when he reached the fourth round.
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February 20, 2014
THERMAL — Senior midfielder Abarham Cortez scored in the 84th minute off a throw-in from Christian Monroy to lead the Estancia High boys' soccer team to a 1-0 win at Desert Mirage in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 5 playoffs. Thursday. Goalie Enrique Valle made five saves for the Eagles (14-5-5), who took 10 shots on goal. Estancia will play host to Granite Hills in the second round Tuesday. Eagles Coach Robert Castellano said he will try to schedule the game for 5 p.m., but will receive confirmation Friday.
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NEWS
February 19, 2014
WEDNESDAY Girls' Water Polo, Divison 1 Wild-card winner at Corona del Mar, first round, 5 p.m. Dos Pueblos at Newport Harbor, first round, 3 p.m. Boys' Basketball Division 3AA – Magnolia at Corona del Mar (No. 4 seed), first round, 7 p.m. – coverage Division 3A – Estancia at Indio, first round, 7 p.m. Division 4AA – Harvard Westlake at Costa Mesa, 7 p.m. – (photo) coverage Division 4A – Sage Hill at Crossroads, 7 p.m. Girls' Soccer Division 5 – Palm Desert at Sage Hill, wild card, 3 p.m. — THURSDAY Boys' Soccer Divison 1 – Newport Harbor at Santa Barbara, first round, 5 p.m. Division 3 – Wild-card winner at Corona del Mar, first round, 3 p.m. Division 5 – Estancia at Desert Mirage, first round, 3 p.m. Division 6 – Heritage Christian at Sage Hill, first round, 3 p.m. Girls' Basketball Division 3AA – Orange at Corona del Mar, first round, 7 p.m. Division 3A – Gladstone at Estancia, first round, 7 p.m. Division 4AA – Costa Mesa at Marlborough, first round, 7 p.m. Divison 5AA – Sage Hill at Santa Clara (No. 3 seed)
SPORTS
September 24, 2013
MEN'S WATER POLO NorCal Tournament PLEASANT HILL - UC Irvine lost to Loyola Marymount, 12-9, in the ninth-place game after topping UC Davis, 12-11, in overtime earlier Sunday at Diablo Valley College. Freshman Kyle Trush scored with 52 seconds left against UC Davis to force overtime and scored the game-winning goal with 1:01 left in overtime. Mitch Wise had five goals to lead UCI against UC Davis. Against LMU, Wise had five goals and Jared Osborn two as the Lions pulled away after the teams were tied, 6-6, at halftime.
SPORTS
November 9, 2012
WOMEN'S SOCCER Orange Coast 6, Irvine Valley 0 COSTA MESA - Sarah MacArthur scored four goals to lead the host Pirates in the Orange Empire Conference match that ended the regular season Friday. MacArthur now has 15 goals on the season, second only to teammate Sara Gomez among Pirates. With its sixth straight win, OCC improves to 17-3, 12-3 in conference. The Pirates have outscored opponents, 78-9, this season. OCC will await word on whether it receives a postseason berth.
SPORTS
December 3, 2011
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL UC Irvine 88, Santa Clara 82 IRVINE - The host Anteaters produced a 10-0 run in the final 2:54 and senior Kassandra McAllister had all 19 of her points in the second half in the nonconference game Saturday at the Bren Events Center. McAllister made four free throws in the final 39 seconds, was nine of 11 from the foul line and added nine assists. Jasmine Bernard (16 points), Jasmyne White (14) and Methlyn Onogomuho (12) also paced the UCI offense.
FEATURES
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | February 25, 2010
NEWPORT COAST — After 100 minutes of soccer, the Sage Hill School boys’ soccer team looked worn out at home Thursday. There was more on tap after a 1-1 tie with Santa Clara of Oxnard. Penalty kicks were going to decide which school advanced to the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Division VII playoffs for the first time in their respective histories. Sage Hill Coach Noureddine El Alam had four players on the bench, two of which were hurt. Two were available to possibly kick or play goalkeeper.
FEATURES
By Cesar Gonzalez | February 23, 2010
NEWPORT COAST — Sage Hill School junior midfielder Colton Gyulay says the Lightning need to close out games, especially in the CIF Southern Section Division VII playoffs. His goal in the 23rd minute helped that cause, as the Lightning beat Saddleback Valley Christian, 2-1 in the second round Tuesda. Gyulay’s goal gave Sage Hill (19-8-2) a 2-0 lead. “Scoring the goal provided some cushion and took some pressure off,” Gyulay said. Playing at home also helped the Lightning, which at one time thought it would be playing at SVC because of a ball violation.
NEWS
February 22, 2008
A Santa Clara University professor will visit UCI Feb. 27 to discuss water policy and its effect on Baja California and California borderlands. Professor Perlita Dicochea will look at The New River, which can bring pollutants to the borderland areas. Officials in California and the surrounding communities in Baja have differing opinions on water policy. Dicochea will use transnational bio-regionalism as a basis to move toward a framework for coordinating resources between those affected.
SPORTS
December 5, 2005
uc irvine women's hoopsSANTA CLARA -- The Santa Clara women's basketball team trounced visiting UC Irvine, 99-71, Sunday, dropping the Anteaters to 0-6. The 99 points were the most scored against a UCI team since UNLV defeated the 'Eaters, 100-71, on Feb. 5, 1993. Sophomore Stephanie Duda scored a season-high 15 points in 20 minutes and senior Kimberly Martin came off the bench to score a season-high 14, before fouling out in 14 minutes, to lead the Anteaters. Martin made 6 of 10 field-goal attempts and Duda was 5 of 10. But the rest of the 'Eaters were a combined 12 of 39 from the field, and UCI committed 30 turnovers.
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