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California State University, Fresno

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  • Football feeding frenzy: Tailgate like a pro

    Football feeding frenzy: Tailgate like a pro
    Ahhh, football season. It signals the return of cookouts, especially tailgating parties. But cooking at the stadium poses certain challenges. Take the tailgates at California State University, Fresno: Football fans must set up equipment, cook and serve...
  • Holdup sets the scene for tragedy

    Holdup sets the scene for tragedy
    First of two parts After midnight on a cool September morning three years ago, Khristina Henry and her boyfriend stepped out of the El Dorado Bowling Alley near LAX. Nearby, a group of about 20 young men stared hard as the pair of 17-year-olds walked...
  • Oregon power forward Josh Crittle commits to UCF

    The Knights have added one more big man to their roster. Oregon power forward Josh Crittle told the Orlando Sentinel he is transferring to UCF. Crittle, who is 6-foot-8 and played at Chicago's Hales Franciscan High before joining the Ducks, made an...
  • Bergman ready for one last run

    GLENDALE — As a freshman at UC Irvine in 2007, Christian Bergman was thrown onto the biggest stage as a spot starter in the NCAA Division I College World Series. Since then, a standout tenure with the Anteaters has seemingly flown by for the St....
  • College Baseball: Revenge on Anteaters' minds

    There was a time when seeing its school logo on an ESPN telecast of the NCAA Regional pairings would spur a robust roar of excitement from UC Irvine baseball players. And while the postseason routine has lost a bit of its novelty for the Anteaters, who...
  • Rousey all done at CSUN

    Rousey all done at CSUN
    GLENDALE — Steve Rousey sensed uncertainty when he went in for his end-of-the-season evaluation. Having coached the Cal State University Northridge baseball team to its first winning season since he took over the program in 2002, Rousey's...
  • Soliday brings recruits aboard

     Soliday brings recruits aboard
    Rhett Soliday travels about an eighth of a mile to his office every day. But having now settled into his seat as the Vanguard University men's basketball coach, the former UC Irvine and Concordia University assistant has learned the Lions' program has...
  • The Ugly Side of Senior Year

    The Ugly Side of Senior Year
    What does it mean to be a senior? Most will point out the beauty of it: being top dog on campus, having off-campus lunches, getting the best parking spots. But senior year also has an ugly side. For many students, it's freak-out-about-college time....
  • Being Heritage boys basketball coach a new challenge for Michael Gardner

    Being Heritage boys basketball coach a new challenge for Michael Gardner
    Watching him lead practice, it looks familiar. Michael Gardner teaches, he raises his voice every now and then to emphasize a point and he makes sure everyone understands the details. In that sense, nothing has changed. The only thing that has changed,...
  • Briefs: 'Eaters land Woods

    Collin Woods, the Arizona 5A-II Division Player of the Year last season who is ranked No. 48 among high school point guards by ESPN.Com, picked UC Irvine in the November signing period for men's basketball. The 6-foot-2 Woods averaged 17.5 points, 3.9...
  • Colleges: UCI exceeds expectations

    Colleges: UCI exceeds expectations
    One week from its Big West Conference opener, the UC Irvine men's basketball team shares the conference lead in victories with Pacific. With a 6-5 record heading into Thursday's nonconference clash at UCLA, most would say the Anteaters, under first-year...