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  • College Baseball: 'Eaters fall to Toreros

    IRVINE — It was a loss about which UC Irvine baseball coach Mike Gillespie wanted to be anything but trivial. But nothing less than a bit of baseball lore that unfolded at Anteater Ballpark on Wednesday may have upstaged the consequences of the...
  • Grace Zamudio adds to honor roll with Loyola Marymount

    Grace Zamudio adds to honor roll with Loyola Marymount
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Grace Zamudio (Glendale Community College, 2013) Loyola Marymount cross-country junior: After an All-American season as a sophomore at Glendale Community College, accolades are...
  • Gonzaga Coach Mark Few visits former players at Lakers' practice

    Gonzaga Coach Mark Few visits former players at Lakers' practice
    Gonzaga Coach Mark Few made a visit to the Lakers' practice facility in El Segundo on Thursday. Earlier in the day, Few was at the Time Warner Cable SportsNet studios for the West Coast Conference Men's Basketball Tip-Off. The Lakers have two former...
  • COLLEGE UPDATE: Former Glendale Community College standout Alex Sarkissian concludes excellent season for Pepperdine tennis

    COLLEGE UPDATE: Former Glendale Community College standout Alex Sarkissian concludes excellent season for Pepperdine tennis
    The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Alex Sarkissian (Glendale Community College, 2011) Pepperdine University tennis junior: After a wildly successful and undefeated sophomore season for Glendale Community College in 2011,...
  • College athlete violates NCAA rules by washing her car on campus

    College athlete violates NCAA rules by washing her car on campus
    Portland University basketball Coach Eric Reveno couldn't believe it when he heard it at West Coast Conference meetings Wednesday: A women's golfer for a WCC school was hit with an NCAA violation for washing her car on campus. Just heard about two...
  • Crescenta Valley baseball's Ted Boeke heading to Loyola Marymount

    Crescenta Valley baseball's Ted Boeke heading to Loyola Marymount
    Ted Boeke's heroics on a spring night against archrival Arcadia High have seemingly already grown into a bit of local legend. Following Boeke's two-out, seventh-inning three-run home run that propelled Crescenta Valley to a 5-4 win over Arcadia on May...
  • Orioles 2012 draft class retrospective: Where are they now?

    Orioles 2012 draft class retrospective: Where are they now?
    With the 2013 first-year player draft beginning tonight in Secaucus, N.J., it’s worth taking a peek back at where some of the Orioles’ notable picks from last season ended up — from the majors to the minors and some who opted to attend...
  • Lonnie Kauppila has productive baseball season for Stanford

    Keeping tabs on local athletes playing in college. Lonnie Kauppila (Burbank High, 2010) junior, infielder, Stanford University: The former Bulldogs standout was successful on the field, as well as in the classroom this season. Along with his...
  • Buckley all business for UCI

    Buckley all business for UCI
    Camille Buckley is not a business major at UC Irvine. She just plays one on the basketball court. The Anteaters' senior post is as effusive and effervescent off the court as your average stand-up comedienne. But when it comes time to lace up the hi-...
  • College Update: Glendale High alumnus Davis and BYU left hungry

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Michael Davis (Glendale High, 2013) Brigham Young University football freshman: A successful season that included eight victories and a bowl appearance did not end well for Davis and...
  • Faulkner: UCI opens title quest

    Polls are tools some college basketball coaches use for whatever task they deem most important at the time. A favorable ranking can boost confidence, yet prompt a warning against complacency, while a snub can add to the motivational fire for any program....