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  • UCI's dream ends

    IRVINE — In a flash, as explosive and sudden as a comet, the best season in UC Irvine women's soccer history ended Saturday night. More accurately, it crashed to the ground in a crumpled heap of disappointed players. But soon after visiting...
  • A Look At The Texas Longhorns

    Next meeting: Sometime in January, Austin, Texas Last season: Texas was 24-10, losing to Wake Forest in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Longhorns started 17-0 and were ranked No. 1 in the nation in mid-January. A loss to Kansas State preceded...
  • A Look At The Villanova Wildcats

    Next meeting: At least one game at UConn, or a home-and-home two game series if the Big East schedule calls for it. Last season: Two days after an embarrassing performance (a 60-48 loss) against Cincinnati in Jim Calhoun's return from medical leave,...
  • Feb. 29, 1996: Ray Allen Scores Career-High 39

    The UConn seniors knew they were saying goodbye to Gampel Pavilion Wednesday night. Ray Allen can't be as certain about his future. So to be safe, Allen left UConn fans with an indelible memory. If the junior swingman from Dalzell, S.C., doesn't return...
  • Area duo keys USC

    Corona del Mar High product Tumua Anae and Newport Harbor alumna Kally Lucas each had key roles Sunday as the USC women's water polo team won the NCAA title, defeating Stanford, 10-9, in the final at San Diego State. Anae had eight saves for the...
  • Ferri gets Ivy honor

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Jessica Ferri (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 2009) Harvard University softball, freshman: Ferri was named Ivy League honorable mention on Friday after helping the...
  • Dec. 23, 2005: Rashad Anderson Scores Career-High 33

    He shot three-pointers from all angles, never missing. He shot on the run, spotting up, stepping back. He smiled and pointed to the crowd. He smiled and yelled in the direction of courtside reporters. He smiled, it seemed, all afternoon. Rashad Anderson'...
  • A Look At The Baylor Bears

    An occasional look at UConn's opponents for the 2010-11 season. This week: Baylor Next meeting: Very early in the 2009-10 season, most likely the second game, and probably at the XL Center, although those details will not be announced until September....
  • Spotlight On Brittany Hunter

    Spotlight On Brittany Hunter
    A high school All-American and Parade National Player of the Year in 2003, Hunter originally chose Duke but transferred to UConn after her freshman season, which was complicated by a knee injury sustained Nov. 23, 2003 against Purdue. The injury would...
  • Bergman at scoreless best

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Christian Bergman (St. Francis High, 2006) UC Irvine baseball: With the Anteaters pushing toward the postseason, Bergman is rounding into top form. He displayed it...
  • A Look At The Syracuse Orange

    Next meeting: At least one game at UConn, or a home-and-home two-game series if the Big East schedule calls for it. Last season: UConn was being blown out of the Carrier Dome before roaring back from a 16-point deficit. Jerome Dyson tied it at 65 with...