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  • Girls' Water Polo: Musselman leaves CdM to pursue Olympic dream

    Girls' Water Polo: Musselman leaves CdM to pursue Olympic dream
    Rising water polo star Maddie Musselman has de-enrolled from Corona del Mar High so she can train full-time with the U.S. senior national team, she said Friday. Musselman, who just finished her junior season with the CdM girls' water polo team, has...
  • Boys' Volleyball: The real Sea Kings stand up

    Boys' Volleyball: The real Sea Kings stand up
    LAGUNA BEACH — The Corona del Mar High boys' volleyball season is a month old. It took that long for the Sea Kings to unveil their entire team. For the first month, CdM practiced and played without four standout players. Three of those played...
  • Faulkner: UCI storms into tourney

    A big part of the college experience is doing things you have never done before. The UC Irvine men's basketball team capturing the school's first Big West Conference Tournament championship Saturday, and with it the program's inaugural berth into the...
  • Men's Basketball: 'Eaters pull away, top Titans

    Men's Basketball: 'Eaters pull away, top Titans
    UC Irvine Coach Russell Turner has long said that his goal is for his team to be playing its best basketball at this time of year. Injuries made that a virtual impossibility in a 68-62 Big West Conference men's home win over Cal State Fullerton on...
  • Virgen: Anteaters happy to take on Louisville

    Together they sat and watched a projection screen, with anticipation. The UC Irvine Anteaters began to get excited when they saw Louisville (24-8) flash up as the No. 4 seed in the East Region during the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Selection Show...
  • Men's Basketball: UCI aims to fill Dance card

    ANAHEIM — UC Irvine is celebrating its 50th year of existence and there are few traditions that have stood the test of five decades. But the inability of the Anteaters' men's basketball team to make the NCAA Division I tournament is still one of...
  • Men's Basketball: 'Eaters advance yet again

    Men's Basketball: 'Eaters advance yet again
    ANAHEIM — Thursday night's Big West Conference men's basketball tournament quarterfinal between No. 3-seeded UC Irvine and No. 6-seeded UC Riverside was all about culture change. And the Petri dish for the Anteaters' 63-54 victory at Honda...
  • Men's Basketball: Davis much more than Roman numerals for 'Eaters

    Men's Basketball: Davis much more than Roman numerals for 'Eaters
    He is, by birth, Will Davis II. And the UC Irvine senior has fashioned a memorable four-year men's basketball career by putting the team first. A 6-foot-8, 210-pound forward, Davis has the unique ability to both stand out and blend in. Either way, there...
  • Briefs: UCI's Ndiaye nominated for Good Works Team

    UC Irvine sophomore men's basketball player Mamadou Ndiaye has been nominated for the 2015 National Assn. of Basketball Coaches Good Works Team. The Good Works Team recognizes a select group of student-athletes who stand out for their charitable...
  • College Basketball: UCI's Martin sinks 49ers

    Sometimes college basketball's best Cinderella stories happen before March. Take UC Irvine sophomore Jaron Martin for example. The former walk-on, who at 5-foot-10, 160 pounds has never made any opponent nervous, made the game-winning basket with 1....
  • Men's Basketball: 'Eaters falter at UCR

    RIVERSIDE — UC Irvine athletics recently signed another shoe deal with Adidas. But the company that provides protective medical boots might be generating nearly as much exposure when it comes to outfitting the Anteaters' men's basketball team....
  • College Roundup: OCC baseball edges Long Beach

    BASEBALL Orange Coast 6, Long Beach 5 LONG BEACH — Sophomore right fielder Tommy Bell went four for five and drove in two runs to help the visiting Pirates prevail in the nonconference game Tuesday. Stefan Panayiotou and Jack Kruger both had...