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  • USC, UCLA athletes keeping eye on Northwestern unionization case

    USC, UCLA athletes keeping eye on Northwestern unionization case
    Don't look for the union label around USC's or UCLA's football practice facilities any time soon. Football players at both schools are aware that Northwestern players might unionize. But when asked about the issue recently during spring practice,...
  • College update: Former Spartans standouts doing well on diamond

    College update: Former Spartans standouts doing well on diamond
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Catherine Horner (La Cañada High, 2012) University of Tulsa sophomore: A two-time CIF Southern Section champion with the Spartans, Horner is now a steady contributor to a torrid...
  • Di Giulio brothers like Ojai

    OJAI — The Di Giulio family of Newport Beach did a lot of winning Friday at the 114th annual Ojai Tennis Tournament. Austin Di Giulio is an eighth grader. Joseph is a freshman at UCLA. But "The Ojai" is varied enough that both had their time to...
  • Di Giulio a champion

    Di Giulio a champion
    OJAI — Austin Di Giulio waited and waited Saturday afternoon. Then, he waited some more. The 14-year-old from Newport Beach was scheduled to play in the Ojai Tennis Tournament boys' 14s championship match at noon at Libbey Park. That became 2 p.m....
  • UCLA basketball: Jordan Adams changes mind, declares for NBA draft

    UCLA basketball: Jordan Adams changes mind, declares for NBA draft
    UCLA guard Jordan Adams reversed himself and has declared for the NBA draft, according to a person familiar with the situation but not authorized to speak on the matter. The turn of events means the Bruins have lost their two best players to the NBA....
  • UCLA Coach Steve Alford wants NBA to alter one-and-done draft rule

    UCLA Coach Steve Alford has a beef with the NBA draft when it comes to college players. Three Bruins players have declared early for the NBA draft in the last two weeks (guards Jordan Adams, Kyle Anderson and Zach LaVine), leaving Alford’s team...
  • College Baseball: 'Eaters remain on roll

    LOS ANGELES — In the four-month marathon that is the college baseball regular season, there are stretches that can shape a team's psyche, for good or bad. UC Irvine continued one such good stretch on Tuesday by extending its winning streak to four...
  • College Update: Arboleda helps Bruins to seventh at Pac-12 Finals

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Anton Arboleda (La Cañada High, 2010) UCLA golf senior: The Bruins took seventh at the Pacific-12 championships at the Gallery Golf Club in Marana, Ariz. on Sunday afternoon....
  • UCLA football: Bruins still a work in progress, Coach Jim Mora said

    UCLA football: Bruins still a work in progress, Coach Jim Mora said
    UCLA just completed its third spring camp under Coach Jim Mora, who said Thursday that he hoped things were just getting started. Asked on the Pac-12 conference call if the program was where he wanted it, Mora responded, "I hope I never feel like that....
  • Pac-12 shut out of football playoff in early ESPN projections

    Pac-12 shut out of football playoff in early ESPN projections
    Pacific 12 Conference football fans eagerly anticipating the new four-team playoff in college football may want to take a knee: an early ESPN look at next year's preseason top 25 has already excluded the league from the mix. Oh, well, you can't say...
  • UCLA guard Xavier Su'a-Filo looms as an X-factor in NFL draft

    In football, the offensive line is a team within a team, a group of five players who work as one. Groupthink is good. If a player is singled out, it's typically because he's done something wrong — he has held, given up a sack, committed a personal...