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  • 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...
  • Water Polo: Gilchrist headed to Russia

    Newport Harbor High product Kaleigh Gilchrist has been selected to the U.S. women's senior national water polo team roster for the upcoming FINA World Cup. Gilchrist is one of 13 players who will compete for Team USA at the event, set for Tuesday through...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Baseball: UCI duo Moore, Morales All-Americans

    UC Irvine junior pitcher Sam Moore was named first-team All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers' Assn, while Anteaters' senior ace Andrew Morales was granted third-team recognition on Wednesday. Morales, a Collegiate Baseball first-...
  • College Baseball: Improbable Anteaters advance to NCAA Super Regional

    College Baseball: Improbable Anteaters advance to NCAA Super Regional
    Corvallis, Ore. — UC Irvine won the Corvallis Regional with a 4-2 victory over the No.1 national seed Oregon State Monday, advancing to the NCAA Super Regional. The Anteaters will travel to Oklahoma State, making their fourth Super Regional...
  • Carnett: With grandkids came a love of soccer

    I came to The Beautiful Game — futbol — rather late in life. I'm referencing, of course, the sport that most Americans know as soccer. Let me warn you. This sort of life-altering process — falling in love with soccer — begins...
  • 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...
  • College Baseball: UCI two wins from Omaha

    UC Irvine first baseman Connor Spencer said some might have interpreted Coach Mike Gillepsie's preseason address to his players as lowering the bar. Instead, it lowered the boom. "Skip told us we were going to go 5-55," recalled Spencer, who is among...
  • Ctvrtlik highlights awards banquet

    At 50, Bob Ctvrtlik, a Newport Beach resident, passes on advice, not volleyballs anymore. Ctvrtlik, one of the most decorated U.S. volleyball players, was the guest speaker at the 53rd annual Athletic Awards banquet at the Radisson Hotel in Newport Beach...
  • Boys' Tennis: Stalder making moves for Sailors

    Boys' Tennis: Stalder making moves for Sailors
    Reese Stalder earns respect on the tennis court, not only for his big serve and great hands but also for the way that he plays the game. Stalder is not one of those players who calls every close ball "out." But if his opponent is doing so, he also is...