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  • College Roundup: Davis leads UCI to win at Cal Poly

    MEN'S BASKETBALL UC Irvine 63, Cal Poly 56 SAN LUIS OBISPO — Senior forward Will Davis II scored a season-high 24 points and added nine rebounds for the Anteaters in a Big West Conference game Thursday night. Davis was 12 of 15 from the field...
  • Briefs: UCI men's soccer trio honored

    UC Irvine senior Cameron Iwasa has been named first-team All-Far-West Region by the National Soccer Coaches Assn. of America. Sophomore Michael Sperber represented UCI on the second team, while Anteaters junior Lalo Calzada was a third-team honoree....
  • UCI Baseball Preview: 'Eaters set for opener

    UCI Baseball Preview: 'Eaters set for opener
    In the aftermath of a College World Series appearance that many considered unfathomable at both the beginning and end of the 2014 regular season, UC Irvine baseball coach Mike Gillespie said Wednesday that he was unwilling, just yet, to suspend any...
  • Football: It's official, Meyer leaves CdM to coach Servite

    Football: It's official, Meyer leaves CdM to coach Servite
    The route Scott Meyer took after he left Corona del Mar High on Friday turned out to be unlike the one he has driven on the last four years. When it's time for him to go home from coaching football at CdM, Meyer takes the 405 Freeway and heads north for...
  • Faulkner: A troubled weekend for 'Eaters

    Faulkner: A troubled weekend for 'Eaters
    Some retroactive headlines for the weekend that was: 1) Russell Turner blows a gasket. 2) Sam Moore blows the save ... again. 3) Wind at Fresno State's Pete Beiden Field apparently blows out. Turner's UC Irvine men's basketball team's bid to...
  • High Schools: Ciarelli, Glenn, a terrific tandem at Newport Harbor

    There probably isn't a high school boys' volleyball team in the country that can say it has two coaches on its staff part of the 500-win club. Newport Harbor High will be able to stake a claim to that this spring. Rocky Ciarelli, who won more than 500...
  • Men's Soccer: 'Eaters defeat Aggies

    Nine different men's soccer players have contributed to UC Irvine's balanced scoring attack this season. But, on balance, there are two Anteaters whose increasing point totals are earning them clear consideration as a prolific pair. Lalo Calzada, a...
  • Football: Norris thrives in spotlight for Sailors

    Football: Norris thrives in spotlight for Sailors
    By one football season, Jeff Brinkley missed coaching Shane Foley at Newport Harbor High. Brinkley took over the reins of the Sailors in 1986. The season before, Foley capped a magical career throwing the ball. Twenty-nine years ago, Brinkley said...
  • College Roundup: UCI's Thompson wins Vanguard Invitational

    MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY Vanguard Invitational UC Irvine sophomore Isaiah Thompson captured the individual title Saturday morning at Fairview Park in Costa Mesa. Thompson, last season's Big West Conference Freshman of the Year, won the 8,000-meter race with...
  • Briefs: UCI's Breslin singled out

    UC Irvine junior Michael Breslin has been named Big West Conference Defensive Player of the Week in men's soccer. The goalkeeper posted two shutouts as the No. 5-ranked Anteaters (10-1-2, 3-1-2 in conference) topped UC Davis and Sacramento State last...
  • Girls' Basketball: Bruening stays busy

    Natalia Bruening always seems to be on the court. You will find her playing volleyball or basketball. The two sports consume Bruening's life. She plays both sports at Corona del Mar High, girls' volleyball in the fall and girls' basketball in the winter....
  • Men's Basketball: 'Eaters sustain first home loss

    Men's Basketball: 'Eaters sustain first home loss
    UC Irvine wasn't good from distance and it wasn't good enough inside in a 70-62 nonconference men's basketball loss to visiting UT Arlington on Saturday. And, now at 4-4 following their first home defeat of the season and only their sixth setback in...