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NCAA Tournaments

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  • Spotlight On Karl Hobbs

    Hobbs, who played under Dom Perno in 1980-84, is still fifth on the UConn all-time assists list with 534, trailing only Doron Sheffer (559), Kevin Ollie (619), Tate George (677) and Taliek Brown (722). He had four 10-plus assists games as a senior in...
  • A Look At The Pittsburgh Panthers

    Next meeting: The Panthers and Huskies will meet in Connecticut this season. Pittsburgh has not defeated UConn since Feb. 24, 1993. The Huskies beat the Panthers 98-56 last season in Pittsburgh. Last season: The Panthers (16-15, 5-11 Big East) had a...
  • Four play-in games for new 68-team NCAA Tournament

    Four play-in games for new 68-team NCAA Tournament
    The Division I Men‟s Basketball Committee today announced plans for the 2011 NCAA "First Four" to showcase the expanded field for the NCAA Division I Men‟s Basketball Championship. The 2011 championship will tip off with four first-round...
  • Briefs: Lofgren helps U.S. win gold

    Esther Lofgren, a Newport Harbor High product, was part of the U.S. women's eight's exciting victory to win to win gold at the Rowing World Cup in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday. The U.S. women's were one of three American teams to win a medal and the only...
  • Big West byes eliminated

    Big West byes eliminated
    UC Irvine men's basketball coach Russ Turner said recently that he had yet to exhale with any form of relaxation since being hired in early April. And regardless of how well the Anteaters do in Turner's first season, they will not have any chance to...
  • Anteaters aiming still higher

    Anteaters aiming still higher
    Though George Kuntz and his wife Susan have two kids, the UC Irvine men's soccer program has also, for the last 15 years, been the veteran coach's baby. Having made back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances the last two seasons, Kuntz's Anteaters seem to...
  • 'Eaters back up hype

    The UC Irvine men's soccer team is already making its way up the national rankings, improving eight spots to No. 12 in this week's College Soccer News poll. That Anteaters take a 3-0 record into the San Diego State tournament that begins Friday and...
  • Toreros handle 'Eaters

    IRVINE — Swimming against the current of a seriously upgraded schedule, the UC Irvine women's volleyball team continued to sink beneath the surface Tuesday night. But second-year coach Paula Weishoff said she hopes playing better competition...
  • Keeping 'Eaters unstained

    Keeping 'Eaters unstained
    The soccer term for shutouts is clean sheets and the UC Irvine men's team has been determined detergent this season. The Anteaters (5-0), ranked No. 8 by College Soccer News, have matched the best start in program history by setting a school record with...
  • UCI women make history

    UCI women make history
    Danielle de Seriere can't stop smiling. The senior goalkeeper is one of many reasons the UC Irvine women's soccer team is off to an 8-1-2 start and has earned the program's first national ranking. And de Seriere said Monday during taping for the year'...
  • Austin Rivers recruiting: Winter Park's Austin Rivers picks Duke

    Austin Rivers recruiting: Winter Park's Austin Rivers picks Duke
    Winter Park basketball star Austin Rivers has canceled his other recruiting visits and orally committed to defending national champion Duke. "It was a decision I came to (Wednesday night)," Rivers said. "I went with my heart. I really love Duke. I really...