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  • Riley should bounce back from injury

    Dietrich Riley (St. Francis High, 2010) sophomore, UCLA football: As his Bruins were putting the finishing touches on a bounce back win over Cal at the Rose Bowl on Saturday, Riley suffered a scare, as he was carted off the field with a neck injury. But,...
  • 'Eaters ousted on PKs

    IRVINE — Twice the UC Irvine women's soccer team erased one-goal deficits, including a goal with 1:27 left in regulation in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against visiting San Diego. But trying to expunge the painful details that...
  • 'Eaters garner a bye

    There was no suspense, only anticipation for the UC Irvine men's soccer team, which by virtue of its Big West Conference Tournament final victory Saturday night had assured itself a bid in the NCAA Tournament, for which pairings were announced Monday....
  • Volatile landscape not done shifting

    A college football fan recently rescued after two years on a deserted island — play along here — was asked to make this year's conference picks. He liked Nebraska in the Big 12, Boise State to win the Western Athletic and BYU and Utah to...
  • Falcon earns WCC honor

    The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Kevin Orozco (Crescenta Valley High, 2008) senior, University of San Francisco men's soccer: After doing whatever was asked of him for the Dons defense, Orozco was rewarded with a...
  • Briefs: 'Eaters' Goodson touted for '11 run

    UC Irvine senior women's soccer defender CoCo Goodson has been named preseason All-American by Soccer America and is also on the watch list for the Hermann Trophy, which goes to the nation's top player. Goodson, named first-team All-American last...
  • Virginia has only itself to blame for not making NCAA field

    Virginia has only itself to blame for not making NCAA field
    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Middle Tennessee State has one top-100 victory. Virginia boasts eight. The Blue Raiders defeated two teams that made the NCAA tournament. The Cavaliers bested four. Yet when the NCAA unveiled its 68-team bracket Sunday, Middle...
  • Who Ya Got? (For March Madness, Stupid, What Else?)

    Who Ya Got? (For March Madness, Stupid, What Else?)
    As anyone who even remotely follows college basketball understands, no one knows anything about what will happen in this year’s NCAA tournament. Total crapshoot even for a tournament that’s intended to be a crapshoot. Last year’s...
  • Chapjian picks up regional honors

    Chapjian picks up regional honors
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Sako Chapjian (Hoover High, 2008) junior infielder/designated hitter, Cal State Dominguez Hills baseball: Chapjian and Dominguez Hills encountered a difficult season, going 14-34 and...
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  • Women's Basketball: Transfer keys Vanguard victory

    COSTA MESA — In a truly convincing bit of coincidence Thursday night, Vanguard University junior transfer Nicole Ballestero proved that San Diego's loss was, well, a loss for San Diego. Ballestero, who played the last two seasons at the...