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  • UCI alumni trio sign on pro teams

    UC Irvine men's soccer has some valuable alumni, as Joel Bagby, Amani Walker and Kyle Schmid have signed professional contracts this month. Bagby has signed with Capital City Football Club of Ottawa, a professional club in the Canadian Soccer League....
  • Fielder earns award at Drake

    Bits and pieces from the local sports scene. Fielder awarded for her leadership: Drake University junior women's soccer player Melanie Fielder — a Burbank High graduate — has been named one of the top juniors at the college as part of the...
  • ACC's 2010 bowl season produces mixed results as conference strives for credibility

    ACC's 2010 bowl season produces mixed results as conference strives for credibility
    The good and bad — yin and yang, if you prefer — of college football's just-completed postseason. As viewed through predominantly ACC-colored bifocals. Good: Auburn defensive tackle Nick Fairley and running back Michael Dyer were electric...
  • Briefly In Sports

    Garrity heading to Sac State All-CIF basketball player Dylan Garrity of Edison singed a letter of intent Friday with NCAA Division 1 school Sacramento State. The 6-foot senior guard averaged 21 points per game during his senior year and earned co-MVP of...
  • Top-ranked CNU baseball team poised for run at national championship

    Top-ranked CNU baseball team poised for run at national championship
    Their best player hits ninth, their ace had elbow surgery and their hair dye came from Harris Teeter. Say hello to the Christopher Newport Captains, the nation's top-ranked Division III baseball team. "We don't think we can ever lose," left fielder...
  • Yoder's rise no mistake

    Yoder's rise no mistake
    Until the end of his career at San Clemente High, few would have contested that Cory Yoder was destined to play at USC. And, so it is that five years later, the 6-foot-3 redshirt senior will play the biggest match of his final collegiate campaign at...
  • Sportsman of the Year a good sport

    There were many stories to tell about the man of the hour, Rick Neuheisel, Tuesday night. Certainly there was plenty of material for roasting, a requirement for the Orange County Youth Sports Foundation Sportsman of the Year. Chris Roberts, the voice of...
  • 'Eaters aim for upset

    It's as much a clash of styles as collegiate men's volleyball powers when UC Irvine squares off against USC. The latest meeting, a semifinal in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Galen Center, pits the No. 1-...
  • No rest for weary Virginia Tech after loss to UNC

    No rest for weary Virginia Tech after loss to UNC
    Virginia Tech's basketball team returned to campus about 3 a.m., Friday. Behind the Hokies was Thursday's wrenching loss at North Carolina. Ahead was Saturday's home date with Wake Forest. The good news: Class is not in session. Hello, sack time. Plus,...
  • Duke goes small to defeat Virginia

    If Duke's basketball team regains its swagger after stumbling at Florida State last week, Virginia will deserve an assist. The Cavaliers led the Blue Devils early in the second half Saturday when center Assane Sene committed his fourth foul, forcing...
  • Briefs: Musselman commits to UCLA

    Corona del Mar High junior girls' water polo goalie Alex Musselman has verbally committed to UCLA, she confirmed Wednesday night. Musselman was the Newport-Mesa Dream Team Player of the Year this past winter for the Sea Kings. The two-year varsity...