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  • College Baseball: Serrano set to return to face UCI

    The Anteaters' schedule includes three home dates with Tennessee, led by former skipper. The UC Irvine baseball team will open its 2015 home schedule against Tennessee, which is coached by former Anteaters head man Dave Serrano. The three-game...
  • Football: Newport Harbor QB Cole Norris commits to Northern Arizona

    Football: Newport Harbor QB Cole Norris commits to Northern Arizona
    Cole Norris, who can become Newport Harbor High's career passing yards leader this year as a senior, has committed to the Northern Arizona University football program, said Sailors Coach Jeff Brinkley on Wednesday. Norris is coming off an impressive...
  • Softball: McKeown commits to Ole Miss

    Softball: McKeown commits to Ole Miss
    Corona del Mar High incoming senior Sydney McKeown knows the value of hard work. Unlike many local high school players, she has competed tirelessly on the softball diamond for both the Sea Kings and her travel-ball team, Firecrackers-Blanco Gold. In...
  • Women's Soccer Preview: UCI's schedule front-loaded

    A UC Irvine women's soccer program coming off a pair of disappointing finishes the last two seasons, is facing an imposing start in 2014. Coach Scott Juniper's Anteaters, who were eliminated in the semifinals of the Big West Conference Tournament and...
  • Briefs: Local trio part of U.S. women's water polo gold medal team

    Former Newport Harbor High standout Kaleigh Gilchrist, Newport Beach resident Danielle Warde and Corona del Mar incoming junior Maddie Musselman were part of the U.S. women's water polo team winning the gold medal at a second straight FINA World Cup on...
  • Men's Soccer: 'Eaters display strength

    Though a virulent fungus has taken over much of the UC Irvine soccer field, the Anteaters' men's program's 2014 season appeared to have taken root in impressive fashion on Monday night. The No. 16-ranked hosts handled No. 7-ranked Cal in a season-opening...
  • Men's soccer preview: Volk era begins at UCI

    Though for the first time in 20 seasons there is a new man at the helm, the UC Irvine men's soccer team is, to a large degree, picking up where it left off last season. Chris Volk, a 17-year assistant coach under George Kuntz, who left for Cal State...
  • Briefs: Gilchrist helps Team USA top Singapore

    Newport Harbor High and USC alumna Kaleigh Gilchrist scored four goals as the United States women's national water polo team blasted Singapore, 24-0, on Friday in the quarterfinals of the FINA World Cup in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia. Gilchrist was second in...
  • Briefs: UCI thrower lauded

    UC Irvine standout thrower Itos Aikhionbare has been named 2013-14 All-Academic recognition by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Assn. Aikhionbare, a biological sciences major entering her senior year at UCI, finished 14th in the shot...
  • Virgen: Steinberg definitely ready for radio

    Virgen: Steinberg definitely ready for radio
    At 65, and having experienced some of the highest of highs and the depths of rock bottom, Leigh Steinberg paused before answering a non-sports question while he sat at his desk near a window that overlooks Lido Isle. He took time out to talk to me...
  • Briefs: Former 'Eaters Smith, Clark compete in USA Volleyball Cup

    UC Irvine men's volleyball alumni David Smith and Carson Clark are on the U.S. men's national team roster for the first match of the USA Volleyball Cup, which is coming to UC Irvine's Bren Events Center on Aug. 16. The match at UCI, which will begin at 6...
  • Steinberg: A new era erupts in college sports

    That cracking sound you hear is the destruction of NCAA's control over collegiate athletics as we have known it. The centralized power of this body to dictate rules and standards to universities is being eroded rapidly. U.S. District Judge, Claudia...