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  • OC Blues sign Ryan Felix

    OC Blues sign Ryan Felix
    Orange County Blues FC has signed defender Ryan Felix for the remainder of the 2015 USL season. Felix made his debut in the Blues' 5-0 loss at Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC Wednesday night. Felix, 22, is originally from Corona, Calif. After several...
  • Baseball: More Pirates drafted

    Former Orange Coast College baseball players Kyle Dowdy and Zach Nehrir were also selected in last week's Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. Kyle Dowdy, a right-handed pitcher who last played for OCC in 2013, was taken in the 12th round (No....
  • Ex-Buc Hill drafted by Rockies

    Ex-Buc Hill drafted by Rockies
    Former Orange Coast College pitcher David Hill was selected by the Colorado Rockies in the fourth round (107th overall) of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft on Tuesday. Hill, a major contributor during the Pirates' run to state and...
  • College Update: Olmedo-Barrera, Cal State Fullerton baseball headed to Super Regional

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. David Olmedo-Barrera (St. Francis High, 2012) Cal State Fullerton baseball junior: A stellar season for Olmedo-Barrera and the Titans will continue Saturday, when Fullerton opens up...
  • UCLA is top-seeded team in NCAA baseball tournament for first time

    UCLA is top-seeded team in NCAA baseball tournament for first time
    UCLA went from national champions in 2013 to oblivion in 2014. The Bruins are positioned well to climb back into prominence as the No. 1 overall seeded team in the NCAA baseball tournament. The Bruins didn’t have to wait long to find out their...
  • UCLA walk-off win against Gonzaga keeps weekend series mark perfect

    UCLA walk-off win against Gonzaga keeps weekend series mark perfect
    Ty Moore roped a high fastball past a diving first baseman and down the right-field line, enabling Brett Stephens to score the game-winning run from second base to give UCLA a 6-5 walk-off win. The Bruins (33-11) came streaming out of the Jackie...
  • Tennessee rallies from 17 down

    SPOKANE, Wash. — Cierra Burdick scored 22 points, including four late free throws for the winning points, as Tennessee beat Gonzaga 73-69 in overtime on Saturday to advance to the Spokane Regional final of the NCAA Tournament. Burdick added 15...
  • March Madness: It'll be a big blue heaven for Kentucky at the end

    March Madness: It'll be a big blue heaven for Kentucky at the end
    It took UC Irvine 38 years to qualify for the NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament, but now that the Anteaters are in, can they win a game? It's a tall order, but Irvine just might be in the zone. So predicts national college basketball writer...
  • March Madness memories flood Orlando Magic players this time of year

    March Madness memories flood Orlando Magic players this time of year
    Kyle O'Quinn will never forget his one shining moment in the NCAA Tournament. On March 16, 2012, exactly three years ago Monday, O'Quinn and his Norfolk State Spartans teammates completed one of the biggest upsets in the history of March Madness. They...
  • Building the NCAA tournament bracket: A look inside the process

    Building the NCAA tournament bracket: A look inside the process
    INDIANAPOLIS — At NCAA headquarters, the basketball enthusiasts view Selection Sunday as Christmas morning. This mock selection exercise would be akin to Thanksgiving. "So let's eat," says David Worlock, the NCAA point man for this event....
  • Southland schools might not make NCAA men's basketball tournament

    Southland schools might not make NCAA men's basketball tournament
    In early October, coaches from each major college basketball program in Southern California gathered at the Los Angeles Athletic Club for an annual preseason luncheon. Each gave a short speech. There were jokes, mainly about golfing and drinking or...