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California State University, Fresno

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  • Jungmann's Arm, Moldenhauer's Bat Tie CWS At 1-1

    Jungmann's Arm, Moldenhauer's Bat Tie CWS At 1-1
    One night after his shortest outing of the season, Taylor Jungmann turned in his longest and best. Now Texas and LSU have a showdown for the national title. The Longhorns' freshman All-American limited LSU to five hits in his first complete game, and...
  • Colorado State making a home out of Central Florida's recruiting hotbed

    Colorado State making a home out of Central Florida's recruiting hotbed
    Colorado State is a long way from Osceola County. So when former Kissimmee standout Gerard Thomas arrived at Fort Collins, there was a natural period of transition. "My first few workouts, I was throwing up all over the place," Thomas said. That would be...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Orlandinis both doing share for volleyball squads

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Jenna Orlandini (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 2009) Washington redshirt freshman libero/defensive specialist: Getting her first taste of NCAA Division I volleyball,...
  • Hartford Colonials Player Bios

    Capsules courtesy of the Hartford Colonials; players In alphabetical order: CHRIS BAKER, Defensive Lineman Height: 6-2; Weight: 329; DOB: Oct. 8, 1987 College: Hampton; How Acquired: Free Agent 2010 PRO CAREER: Hole-plugging defensive lineman joins...
  • College Roundup

    WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Pasadena def. Orange Coast COSTA MESA — Maddie Baird had 10 kills to lead the Pirates, the top-ranked team in the state, who lost the nonconference match Friday. The Lancers, ranked No. 5, won, 25-17, 27-25, 25-22. Aimee...
  • Bakkila motors Harbor's fast start

    Blake Bakkila just got her driver's license after turning 16 last month. It makes sense, then, that she revels in her role as the sparkplug for the Newport Harbor High girls' tennis team. Bakkila, a junior, has perhaps the most prominent spot on the...
  • 'Eaters' Taylor honored

    UC Irvine senior forward Tanya Taylor shared Player of the Week honors in Big West Conference women's soccer. Taylor had a goal and two assists in a pair of 2-0 road victories against San Francisco (Sunday) and Fresno State (Friday). Her goal against...
  • OCC honors five

    Brent Mayne, who played 15 Major League Baseball seasons for seven teams, headlines five individuals who will be inducted into the Orange Coast College Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday. The 2010 class also includes former coaches Mike Mayne, Tandy...