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By Barry Faulkner, barry.faulkner@latimes.com | October 1, 2010
IRVINE — What could easily qualify as the best run in UC Irvine women's soccer history continued Friday night, thanks to a dramatic and fortuitous skip. Junior CoCo Goodson's slicing free kick from 28 yards out, averted a three-player defensive wall, then fooled Pacific goalkeeper Tashia Long with 1:40 left in the second overtime to give the Anteaters another sign that they are in the midst of a season that has, thus far, been special. Goodson's goal was the difference in a 1-0 Big West Conference-opening triumph.
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By Barry Faulkner | December 28, 2012
LA MIRADA - Illinois is of course known as the Land of Lincoln. But Olivet Nazarene, an NAIA Division II women's basketball program from Bourbannais, about 50 miles south of Chicago, would likely find three-point land a more appropriate moniker. The Tigers, who came in ranked No. 10 in their division, launched 68 of their 101 field-goal attempts from three-point range in an 89-77 loss to Vanguard on Friday in the opening round of the Biola Holiday Classic at Biola. Vanguard (8-0)
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February 22, 2003
Steve Virgen UC Irvine is riding a five-game winning streak and sits in a three-way tie for first place in the Big West Conference. Meanwhile, University of the Pacific is on a four-game losing streak and is in sixth in the Big West. In addition, the Tigers' men's basketball team is dealing with injuries to its two top players. All signs point to a UCI victory, right? Not necessarily. "You can't really forecast who's going to win," UCI Coach Pat Douglass said of the competition in the Big West this season.
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September 9, 2000
Tony Altobelli COSTA MESA - Finally, it's time for the hits, tackles, touchdowns and blood to count for something as the Orange Coast College football hosts Riverside for the 2000 season opener tonight at 7. "We're excited to get underway," Coach Mike Taylor said. "Me and the coaches have been looking at the tape and we appear faster than we were last year, which is a plus." The Pirates, 4-6 last year and 2-3 in the Mission Conference's Northern Division, are going to need every bit of speed to take on the Tigers, who walloped OCC, 48-15, last year.
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By Barry Faulkner | January 28, 2010
IRVINE — Its close proximity to the blue Pacific is a recruiting advantage for the UC Irvine men’s basketball program. But a more meaningful advantage was gained by the black-and-orange-clad University of the Pacific at the Bren Events Center Thursday night. The visiting Tigers’ physical defense came at the hosts in waves, helped frustrate the Anteaters, most notably their sophomore star Eric Wise, in Pacific’s 61-50 Big West Conference triumph in front of 995. UCI’s point total was its lowest since its 89-42 trouncing at Texas on Nov. 15, a span of 19 games.
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May 11, 2000
COSTA MESA - R.J. Duernberger pitched a complete-game two-hitter with 11 strikeouts to lead the Costa Mesa American Little League Majors Tigers over the National League Cardinals, 10-0, in interleague action Tuesday. Jamie Tinnion led the offense with three hits, including a home run, while Corey Hughes, Matt Doran and Durenberger had two hits each. In other Majors Division action: Tigers 21, White Sox 2 - Andrew Sanford had five hits, including a home run to lead the Tigers over the White Sox. Corey Hughes, Jamie Tinnion and Nick Peterson each chipped in with three hits, while Alex Morales had two hits.
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March 31, 2000
COSTA MESA - The Tigers used 12 hits and two home runs to knock off the White Sox, 11-1, in Costa Mesa American Little League action last weekend. Jamie Tinnion and Andrew Sanford each had a home run, while Matt Doran and R.J. Duernberger combined for five hits for the Tigers. Duernberger went the distance for the Tigers, striking out 10, while walking none. In other CMALL action: Yankees 16, Rangers 16 - Scotty Steffel and Nathan McFarland hit back-to-back home runs for the Rangers in their 16-16 tie with the Yankees.
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April 6, 2002
COSTA MESA - The Tigers used an eight-run fifth inning to break away from a 4-4 tie and defeated the Yankees, 12-4, in a recent Costa Mesa American Little League Majors Division game. Andrew Millian, the Tigers' pitcher, led the way with a solid performance that included five innings of strong effort. Then, Alex Moralez pitched a perfect sixth. Cody Spoulos helped out with his skills as the catcher. Millian also led the offensive attack, going 4 for 4 with two RBIs, while Jason Schroeder collected three hits and two RBIs and Adam Gardner added two hits and an RBI. Spoulos, Phillip Weber and Jake Johnston chipped in with a single and an RBI to contribute to the Tigers' victory.
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March 5, 2002
STOCKTON - Jonathan Endrikat and Sean O'Conner earned singles victories, but host University of the Pacific prevailed, 5-2, in a Big West Conference men's tennis match Sunday at UOP. UOP improved to 8-1. MEN'S TENNIS BIG WEST CONFERENCE Pacific 5, UC Irvine 2 Singles - Lamsden (UCI) lost to Haug, 0-6, 6-3, 6-2; Endrikat (UCI) def. Otte, 6-3, 6-4; O'Conner (UCI) def. Laciaix, 6-3, 6-2; Bjorkman (UCI) lost to Hassain, 7-6, 7-6; Haynes (UCI)
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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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May 22, 2013
The Newport-Mesa girls' U10 Yellow Tigers soccer team won the Spring AYSO Regions 57, 97 and 120 Tournament Championship on Sunday. The team, coached by Eric Rans and David Heaslip, had a solid season but due to some late-game losses came into the tournament championship as the No. 7 seed. On Saturday, the Newport-Mesa girls handily outscored two teams from Corona del Mar, 9-1, earning a spot in the semifinals on Sunday. In the semifinal game, despite falling behind early, 1-0, the Tigers roared back with three straights goals from forwards Fiona Batstone, Bridget Walton and Sofia Rans, eventually winning the game, 3-2. In the afternoon championship game, the Tigers again fell behind early but the bend-but-don't-break defensive team effort led by Sydney Anderson, Hannah Barrett, Mary Grace Anderson, Mary Kelly and twins Shea and Holly Heaslip, kept the Tigers in the game until the offense woke up in the final quarter.
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By Barry Faulkner | March 16, 2013
ANAHEIM - The UC Irvine men's basketball team played its way to the verge of history Saturday night, before succumbing to Pacific, 64-55, in the final conference game for the Tigers' retiring coach. But UCI's first 20-win season in 10 years isn't over yet, as the Anteaters (20-15) will compete in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. UCI will be on the road in its first postseason competition since the NIT in 2002. UCI Coach Russell Turner said his team will play either Tuesday or Wednesday against an opponent to be determined.
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By Barry Faulkner | December 28, 2012
LA MIRADA - Illinois is of course known as the Land of Lincoln. But Olivet Nazarene, an NAIA Division II women's basketball program from Bourbannais, about 50 miles south of Chicago, would likely find three-point land a more appropriate moniker. The Tigers, who came in ranked No. 10 in their division, launched 68 of their 101 field-goal attempts from three-point range in an 89-77 loss to Vanguard on Friday in the opening round of the Biola Holiday Classic at Biola. Vanguard (8-0)
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December 18, 2012
Newport Harbor High senior Curtis Fink has committed to play for Princeton University, he announced in an email Tuesday. Fink led Newport Harbor with 56 goals and 50 steals to go with 22 assists. He helped Newport Harbor (21-7, 5-0 in league) win its third straight Sunset League title and advance to the CIF Southern Section Division 1 quarterfinals. Newport Harbor also won the S&R Sport Cup, defeating league rival Los Alamitos in the championship match. Fink earned his second straight first-team all-league selection in senior season.
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August 27, 2012
IRVINE — The UC Irvine women's soccer team earned its first win of the season Sunday, upsetting No. 21-ranked Auburn, 1-0, to improve to 1-3. Junior Mady Solow converted an assist from junior Natalia Ledezma in the 79th minute for the only tally in a defensive-dominated affair in which Auburn (2-2) managed no shots on goal. The Tigers equaled UCI's five shots, as UCI sophomore goalie Jennifer Randazzo earned her first shutout of the season. Ledezma found Solow open just outside the box and Solow hit a shot that glanced off the crossbar and into the cage for her first goal as an Anteater.
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May 4, 2012
A 2,000-square-foot Corona del Mar condo owned by Tiger Woods went on the market April 23. It's currently listed for $2.495 million by Surterre Properties. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo at 2616 Ocean Blvd. overlooks the Newport Harbor jetty. The property was in the news in late 2009 as a footnote in the golfer's extramarital scandal. According to reports at the time, Woods bought the condo in 2004 for $3 million. The listing was reported Friday by TMZ. - Jon Cassidy Twitter: @TheDailyPilot
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April 2, 2012
IRVINE — UC Irvine sophomore Phil Ferragamo threw seven scoreless innings and Jimmy Litchfield finished off the Anteaters' third shutout of the season Sunday as the 'Eaters won, 6-0, to complete the Big West Conference-opening baseball series sweep at Anteater Ballpark. Ferragamo, making just his second start of the season, allowed five hits while walking one and striking out three to improve to 3-2. Litchfield surrendered just one hit and struck out four to notch his first save of the season.
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By Patrice Apodaca | February 24, 2012
Is anyone else getting tired of being told that American parents are doing it all wrong? Last year it was Tiger Mom, and her somewhat enlightening but highly insulting opinions about lax, indulgent Western parents. Now we're treated to the newest sensation, French-style parenting. According to author Pamela Druckerman, Gallic parents — read: moms — could school us cloddish Yankees on getting our kids to sleep soundly and refrain from food-throwing tantrums, all while managing to stay sexy, fit and très chic.
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By Barry Faulkner | January 5, 2012
IRVINE - The 21 points were easily a career high for UC Irvine junior Anete Klintsone. The six ice bags she wrapped around various parts of her legs after the Anteaters' 77-75 overtime win over Big West Conference women's basketball visitor Pacific on Thursday night figure to also be her personal best. For the first time since Dec. 11, UCI's best was good enough to win, as the hosts (5-10, 1-2 in conference) snapped a five-game losing streak and also ended a three-game winning streak for the Tigers (7-6, 1-1)
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