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October 8, 2001
ANTEATER STADIUM - UC Irvine had no trouble Sunday, easily defeating Utah State in Big West women's soccer play. The outcome marked the largest margin of victory for the Anteaters, in addition to scoring the most goals in a game, since the end of the 1993 season when they defeated Chapman by the same score. Hayley McNallan once again got on the scoreboard first, a 23rd minute goal by way of Robyn Piotrowski's indirect kick. Caroline Kabe rounded out the first-half scoring in the 39th minute when Gina Hintz set her up from the right corner, the first of her three assists.
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NEWS
August 19, 1999
Deck Former CdM football standout returns home from Salt Lake City and will play at community college this fall. By Barry Faulkner CORONA DEL MAR - Former Corona del Mar High middle linebacker Mark Hatfield, who accepted a football scholarship from the University of Utah, returned home from Salt Lake City last week and is making plans to play at a community college as a freshman this fall. "I just didn't really like the atmosphere," said the 6-foot-2, 230-pounder, who noted football had nothing to do with his decision to leave Utah after five days.
NEWS
From the Los Angeles Times | April 13, 2013
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert and Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell were in California this week on a whirlwind tour to woo Golden State businesses to expand or relocate to their states. At the Westin South Coast Plaza hotel in Costa Mesa on Thursday, both state leaders took a breather to talk to The Times about why they were chatting with companies in Costa Mesa, Palo Alto and San Francisco. The governors, who cooked up this joint tour after discussing their mutual interest in job creation, took a much more amicable tack than Texas Gov. Rick Perry . Perry's swing through California in February was punctuated by radio ads that declared, "Building a business in California is next to impossible.
SPORTS
December 12, 2012
When it comes to college football, it's safe to say Andrew Albers has come full circle. Albers, a 6-foot-8, 295-pound standout offensive lineman for Costa Mesa High and Orange Coast College, has accepted a scholarship to play at the University of Utah, where he initially committed out of Costa Mesa. Albers' father, Frank, announced on Facebook Tuesday night: "So very happy and proud to report that my son Andrew Albers has accepted a scholarship and has committed to play football for the University of Utah Utes.
SPORTS
July 3, 2007
There will be some familiar mascots coming to Orange County to mix it up with Peter the Anteater during the upcoming UC Irvine men's basketball season. Non-conference games against former Big West Conference counterparts the Nevada Wolf Pack and the Utah State Aggies highlight the Anteaters' schedule that was released on Monday. Coach Pat Douglass' Anteaters open with an exhibition game against Cal Baptist Nov. 6 and the regular-season opener versus Loyola Marymount Nov. 9. Both of those contests are scheduled to be played at Crawford Court due to floor and seating renovations at the Bren Center.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | February 26, 2007
IRVINE — Senior closer Blair Erickson is providing more than All-American quality at the back end of the bullpen for this year's UC Irvine baseball team. So while Erickson's 46th career save capped an 11-7 nonconference win Sunday over visiting Utah and allowed him to tie the Big West Conference career saves record, Erickson was more eager to goad than gloat. "It's just another save," said the 6-foot-1, 225-pound right-hander, who had 17 saves as a freshman, 10 as a sophomore, 13 last season and now six in 2007.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | July 18, 2008
NEWPORT BEACH — Parker Rhodes was back at it Friday at the 19th annual Balboa Bay Club Junior Tennis Tournament. He came in the early afternoon to watch his friend and fellow Corona del Mar resident, Chris Damion, play in the boys’ 18 singles final in the tournament also known as the “War by the Shore.” Damion fell to Sanghoon Song of Korea, 6-4, 7-5. “That’s all right, Chris,” Rhodes playfully told his friend after the match. “That’s all right.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | November 18, 2007
IRVINE — Saturday night was about reopenings for the UC Irvine men’s basketball team, which broke the seal on the moderately renovated Bren Events Center. But, just as the Anteaters did when they opened the Bren for the first time — posting a 22-point victory over visiting Utah State on Jan. 8, 1987 — the hosts opened up a can of whoop- ... well, one might just say the visiting Aggies were out of it late in the opening half. UCI finished with a 70-51 triumph Saturday, using a 14-0 run that swelled to 23-2 late in the first half to overwhelm its former Big West Conference rival.
NEWS
By Sarah Peters | April 17, 2012
All is fair in cake and war. Costa Mesa native and Estancia High School alumna Megan Faulkner Brown had a winning strategy when she battled on the popular reality TV show"Cupcake Wars. " The Utah resident's dark chocolate, brie, nut, cranberry and red wine cupcakes knocked out the competition in the April 8 episode of the Food Network show. "It turned out as this great combination of sweet and bitter," Brown said. For the episode, she was challenged to create a recipe using ingredients that a rock star might have in his dressing room.
SPORTS
September 12, 2013
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL BYU def. UC Irvine PROVO, Utah - The visiting Anteaters were held to a season-worst .152 team hitting percentage in a 25-16, 25-18, 25-20 nonconference loss on Thursday. Arielle Manz and Marisa Bubica had five block assists apiece to help UCI (5-2) post a 9-5 advantage in team blocks. Aly Squires and Cassidy Pickrell had nine kills apiece for UCI, while Shelley Anderson had 24 assists and two aces. BYU is 6-3. UCI plays Utah at the Utah Valley tournament on Friday.
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