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  • Women's Basketball Preview: Lions primed for title run

    Women's Basketball Preview: Lions primed for title run
    When it comes to women's basketball on the NAIA Division I level, what happens in Southern California seldom stays there, but rather eventually winds up having a major impact on the national tournament in Frankfort, Ky. With this in mind, Vanguard...
  • Women's Soccer: 'Eaters ousted in semis

    FULLERTON — The end for the UC Irvine women's soccer team came without precedent, and left little room for explanation. And, after No. 3-seeded UC Riverside scored in the 107th minute to end the two-overtime Big West Conference Tournament...
  • Men's Soccer: UCI claims Big West South crown

    Men's Soccer: UCI claims Big West South crown
    By winning its fourth Big West Conference regular-season title in six years, the UC Irvine men's soccer team officially rendered the 2012 season the anomaly Coach George Kuntz believed it to be all along. Championship play, including three conference...
  • UCI's Thompson named Big West Conference Freshman of the Year

    UC Irvine's Isaiah Thompson has been named Big West Conference Freshman of the Year in men's cross country. Thompson was UCI's top runner and the first freshman finisher at the Big West Championship Nov. 2, finishing 13th by completing the 8,000-meter...
  • Faulkner: Pirates' soccer in a fix

    The Orange Coast College men's soccer team can do itself a big favor by winning its Orange Empire Conference and regular-season finale at Norco on Friday. The Pirates, just like the OCC women's team, has been put in a bit of a pickle due to a unique...
  • College Roundup: Anteaters advance to Big West title game

    MEN'S SOCCER UC Irvine 2, UC Davis 0 Seniors Enrique Cardenas and Christopher Santana scored goals for the host Anteaters in the semifinals of the Big West Conference Tournament. The Anteaters (13-4-2), champions of the Big West South Division, will...
  • Sherburne playing with a purpose for CdM

    Sherburne playing with a purpose for CdM
    Matt Sherburne grew up playing basketball and baseball, but his father Rick always wanted him to try water polo. Rick was certainly successful in the water. He played water polo for Sunny Hills High and UCLA in the 1970s. While in Westwood, he was...
  • Men's Soccer: 'Eaters collect crown

    It's not as if they take success for granted, but the players and coaches for the UC Irvine men's soccer team have come to expect nothing less than championships. Just more than one week after claiming their fourth Big West Conference regular-season...
  • Men's Basketball: UCI cleans up on Pacifica

    When the opponent represents something called the United States Collegiate Athletic Assn., the matter of competitive superiority is hardly debatable for any NCAA Division I men's basketball program. But UC Irvine Coach Russ Turner was content that his...
  • UCI, No. 12 seed, earns NCAA second-round berth

    UCI, No. 12 seed, earns NCAA second-round berth
    The UC Irvine men's soccer team has earned a first-round bye and will play host to an NCAA Championship second-round match Sunday afternoon at Anteater Stadium. Coach George Kuntz's Anteaters (14-4-3) are the national No. 12 seed and will take on the...
  • Briefs: Trio competes in Canada

    The United States women's senior national water polo team, featuring Newport Harbor High alumna Kaleigh Gilchrist, Corona del Mar sophomore Maddie Musselman and UC Irvine redshirt junior Danielle Warde, is 1-2 after its first three matches at the Canada...
  • Faulkner: High drama of late

    While covering sports in Newport-Mesa is usually always engaging, some stretches are more memorable than others. I had one dramatic seven-day run recently that will stick with me for a while. It began on Nov. 23, when the Vanguard University women's...