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  • Thornton, Smith named to U.S. Olympic men's volleyball team roster

    Thornton, Smith named to U.S. Olympic men's volleyball team roster
    Brian Thornton and David Smith, both former UC Irvine standouts, have been named to the U.S. Olympic men's volleyball team, pending approval from the U.S. Olympic Committee. Upon approval, Thornton and Smith along with the rest of the nominated team...
  • Steinberg: Several lessons to be learned from Penn State scandal

    Former FBI director Louis Freeh concluded one of the most horrifying investigations in the history of collegiate sports this week. In the wake of years of sexual abuse of young men by assistant coach Jerry Sandusky of Penn State, often in the shower room...
  • OCC men's volleyball trounces Palomar

    COSTA MESA — It may be a little too late in the season to save Coach Travis Turner's ravaged voice, but the Orange Coast College men's volleyball team required little instruction in a dominating Pacific Coast Conference sweep of visiting Palomar...
  • Mead ready for Boston Marathon

    Mead ready for Boston Marathon
    Melissa Mead says she likes to run. She especially enjoys longer distances. She thrives on long courses. It's as if she finds extra energy when the ground converts from pavement to grass, to dirt, to hills toward the finish line. She's also no...
  • Steinberg: Taking on the NFL Draft

    The most anxiety-fueled, suspenseful, nerve-wracking, emotional and ultimately explosively joyful day of the year is coming this week for anyone who represents prospects for this year's National Football League Draft. The long "second season" of All-...
  • UCI professor receives $4.7M for malaria research

    IRVINE — Close to half of the world's population risks contracting malaria on a daily basis. Although Africa ranks among the most dangerous regions for the illness, Southeast Asia has some of the strongest strains of malaria, which are growing...