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  • Gillespie signs four-year extension as UCI's baseball coach

    Gillespie signs four-year extension as UCI's baseball coach
    Mike Gillespie, who led UC Irvine to a surprising run to the College World Series, has signed a four-year contract extension as UC Irvine's baseball coach, keeping the 74-year-old in charge of the Anteaters through the 2018 campaign, the school officially announced on Wednesday.
  • UCI men's soccer adds seven

    The UC Irvine men's soccer program has signed seven recruits for the 2014 season. Eddie Molina, a transfer from Foothill Community College by way of Menlo Atherton High, scored 13 goals last season at Foothill, after earning CIF Central Coast Section...

    USA Women's Volleyball: Davis grinding to the end

    USA Women's Volleyball: Davis grinding to the end
    Nicole Davis crouches, digs in, lunges and dives. She scurries about and mops the floor with her own perspiration. She grinds. For 18 years of high-level volleyball, including starting for two USA national teams that won Olympic silver medals and...

    Q&A: Coach Kiraly has the answer

    Q&A: Coach Kiraly has the answer
    If the all-sports pantheon were ever gathered and roll call ensued, volleyball legend Karch Kiraly's name would surely soon be called, perhaps immediately alphabetically following: "Wayne Gretzky?" "Here." Now 53, the San Clemente resident, three-...

    Girls' Soccer: SoCal Blues' Fab Five

    Girls' Soccer: SoCal Blues' Fab Five
    It has been about three years now since Newport Beach residents Greg and Matt Baker started coaching five talented local girls' soccer players at Harbor Day School. At the time, the girls were just 9 years old, but the talent was obvious to the Baker...