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  • Briefs: UCI 8th nationally

    UC Irvine finished eighth in the 2012-13 Division I-AAA Athletic Directors Assn. All-Sports rankings of the 95 Division I schools that do not sponsor football. UCI was once again the top Big West Conference school in the DI-AAA ADA standings. The...
  • Shields sensational

    Shields sensational
    Tom Shields went into the record books last week at the U.S. Open Swimming Championships. On Wednesday in the Netherlands, he did it again. The Edison High graduate (2009) set a new U.S. Open meet record with a personal-best time of 51.65 seconds to...
  • Briefs: Newland adds another honor

    Legendary UC Irvine coach Ted Newland will be inducted into the USA Water Polo Hall of Fame April 5 at the Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center in Irvine. Newland, in his 39 years as UCI's men's water polo coach (1966-2004), amassed 714 victories and led the...
  • Notebook: Twin Elite Eights Another Chance To Be Noticed

    — There is only one athletic director in Division I with both basketball teams in the Elite Eight, and he arrived at Pinnacle Bank Arena about three hours before UConn's regional semifinal against BYU on Saturday. To say Warde Manuel is happy about...
  • USC's Cassie Harberts happy to have an extended career

    USC's Cassie Harberts happy to have an extended career
    Cassie Harberts played last summer on a USA women's basketball team that won a World University Games gold medal in Russia. The USC forward had plenty in common with her teammates — except one thing: She was the lone player with no NCAA tournament...
  • Game-Changer: Ankle Injury's Lingering Effects Offered Chance To Mature As A Player

    Game-Changer: Ankle Injury's Lingering Effects Offered Chance To Mature As A Player
    Coming off an All-America sophomore year, Bria Hartley was primed to take another step forward last season. “Coming into training camp last September, I'd never seen anyone more ready than she looked,” UConn coach Geno Auriemma said. And...
  • A Look At The Teams In The Conference

    A Look At The Teams In The Conference
    Capsule looks at the women's basketball teams in the Big East Conference. Teams are listed in predicted order of finish: Big East Women's Capsules By John Altavilla|jaltavilla@courant.com |Note: Listed in predicted order of finish Notre Dame Last...
  • PASSINGS: Pietro Mennea

    Pietro Mennea, 60, an Olympic sprint champion from Italy who held the world record in the 200 meters for 17 years, died Thursday at a hospital in Rome, the Italian Olympic Committee said. The cause was not disclosed. On Sept. 12, 1979, Mennea, competing...
  • The 40-year-old swimmer

    The 40-year-old swimmer
    It's sure to be a swim down memory lane for Steve West. The Huntington Beach resident is headed for Omaha this weekend for the 2012U.S. Olympic TeamTrials in men's swimming. West is no stranger to competing for a spot on an U.S. Olympic team; he'll be...
  • Hicks, Williams, A-10 commissioner McGlade among those honored as ACC Women's Basketball Legends

    The Atlantic Coast Conference announced its eighth class of ACC Women's Basketball Legends on Thursday, including former Virginia center Siedah Williams, former Virginia Tech guard Sarah Hicks, and former Georgia Tech coach Bernadette McGlade, who is...