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  • Community College Baseball Preview: OCC restocked, ready

    Community College Baseball Preview: OCC restocked, ready
    Orange Coast College baseball coach John Altobelli said the pitching plan in 2015 is to utilize a slew of arms. And, if the Pirates are to make a run at their second straight state title, Altobelli's well-rested right arm will also figure prominently in...
  • Boys' Basketball: Youngest Ctvrtlik a key player for CdM

    Boys' Basketball: Youngest Ctvrtlik a key player for CdM
    Matt Ctvrtlik is the third teenage son in his family to attend Corona del Mar High. Just like the other two, Josef and Erik, Matt took up two sports at CdM, volleyball and basketball. The father of the three boys is Bob Ctvrtlik, one of the most...
  • Men's Basketball: 'Eaters throttle CSUN

    NORTHRIDGE — Both coaching staffs wore shiny new white tennis shoes to promote cancer awareness Thursday night. But the kick the UC Irvine men's basketball team gave Big West Conference host Cal State Northridge was anything but cushioned. The...
  • Commentary: Al Irwin coached us in the pool and in life

  • CdM keeps trend intact

    Whenever the Corona del Mar High boys' basketball team plays Woodbridge, the game always seems to be tight and physical. The team standing at the end tends to be the one not named the Warriors. The Sea Kings have had the Warriors' number since...
  • Men's Basketball: Anteaters roll at home

    Men's Basketball: Anteaters roll at home
    The biggest player wasn't even on the court to alter shots for the UC Irvine men's basketball team, yet UC Riverside played as if Mamadou Ndiaye, a 7-foot-6, 300-pounder, patrolled the paint for the first six minutes. Ndiaye, who didn't get the start,...
  • Men's Volleyball: 'Eaters' expectations remain high

    The 2014 UC Irvine men's volleyball team saw its season end in disappointment at Stanford University. If the Anteaters can play their last match at Maples Pavilion this year, there won't be much to be disappointed about. Third-year coach David Kniffin's...
  • Men's Basketball: 'Eaters aim to dance

    Men's Basketball: 'Eaters aim to dance
    Russell Turner believes the question stands no more. Providing an unprecedented answer, however, is the daily intention that fuels his ample competitive nature. Turner's UC Irvine men's basketball team enters the program's 50th season Friday, hoping...
  • College Roundup: UCI advances to Big West Conference tourney title match

    MEN'S SOCCER UC Irvine 3, UC Santa Barbara 2 SANTA BARBARA — Dennis Martinez scored the game-winner in the 81st minute to help the Anteaters earn the Big West Conference semifinals Wednesday. UCI (14-5-2) will play host to Cal State Fullerton...
  • College Roundup: Vanguard falls to Westmont

    WOMEN'S SOCCER Westmont 2, Vanguard 1 SANTA BARBARA — The No. 10-ranked Lions were denied in the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament title game on Friday. Liliana Ruiz scored in the 76th minute for the Lions (16-3-1), who were outshot,...
  • Men's Basketball: 'Eaters stifle Panthers

    There are new baskets at UC Irvine's Bren Events Center this season and the Anteaters' men's basketball team has already become very protective. UCI held visiting Chapman to 24% shooting from the field (12 for 50) to cruise to an 87-36 season-opening...
  • Men's Soccer: Titans, Kuntz prevail

    The UC Irvine men's soccer team's Big West Conference Tournament magic might have had more to do with its former coach than the Anteaters thought. Cal State Fullerton, guided for the first time by George Kuntz, who spent 19 seasons at the UCI helm and...