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UC Irvine Anteaters

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  • Davis signs with Greek pro team

    Will Davis II, who helped lead UC Irvine to the program's first NCAA Division I Tournament appearance last season, has signed a contract with the Kolossos Rodou professional team in Greece. Kolossos, located in Rhodes, Greece, competes in the first-...
  • Briefs: Blues sign Estrada

    The Orange County Blues FC signed forward David Estrada, a former Major League Soccer player with the Seattle Sounders and D.C United. Estrada started 17 of the 18 matches he played with the Sacramento Republic FC this season, recording three goals and...
  • Another tie for UCI

    IRVINE — On Friday, the UC Irvine women's soccer team played host to one team it finished behind last season, costing the Anteaters a spot in the Big West Conference Tournament for the first time in six years. The top four teams qualify for the...
  • College Roundup

    WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Vanguard def. Providence Christian The host Lions opened their season with a 25-14, 25-10, 25-7 thumping in a nonconference match Tuesday. Taylor Jackson led the Lions with seven kills, while Sarah McKinney had four kills and seven...
  • Briefs: Newport Beach resident wins cycling race

    Newport Beach resident David Stanton, a member of a four-man cycling team, won the Race Across America, known as the "World's Toughest Bicycle Race," in the 50-59 age category. Stanton and his team finished third overall in the 34th edition of the Race...
  • UCI battles Boise State on Thanksgiving

    UC Irvine's men's basketball team will face Boise State in the opening game of the DIRECTV Wooden Legacy, according to the bracket released by ESPN on Thursday. The Anteaters, who like the Broncos made the NCAA Tournament last season, will meet Nov. 26...
  • UCI women's soccer seeks to rebound

    UCI women's soccer seeks to rebound
    When the most disappointing of his eight seasons as the UC Irvine women's soccer coach didn't sit well, Scott Juniper decided that none of his returning players would sit, period. So, at the earliest possible opportunity, the Anteaters began working...
  • UCI in top five for All-Sports standings

    UC Irvine finished fourth in the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Assn. All-Sports standings for 2014-15. The Anteaters finished 81st overall in the Learfield Sports Directors' Cup standings among the 289 NCAA Division I schools that scored postseason...
  • Barry named water polo coach at Concordia

    Barry named water polo coach at Concordia
    Dreason Barry, a former UC Irvine standout and Anteaters assistant, has been named the head coach of the Concordia men's and women's water polo programs, the university announced Wednesday. Barry becomes the third head coach in men's program history and...
  • Briefs: Ex-'Eater Chin wins

    UC Irvine alum John Chin won the Reno Open last month to earn an exemption into the PGA Tour's Barracuda Championship in August. Chin, a three-time Big West Conference Player of the Year and a 2010 All-American, won the Reno Open with a score of plus--...
  • College Baseball: UCI's Hiura Freshman All-American

    College Baseball: UCI's Hiura Freshman All-American
    UC Irvine outfielder Keston Hiura has been named Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball. Hiura was the Big West Conference Freshman of the Year among position players after leading the conference with a UCI-freshman-record 52 runs batted in. He...
  • College Volleyball: Hernandez back at UCI

    Former UC Irvine women's volleyball assistant coach Sabrina Hernandez had been hired by first-year coach Ashlie Hain to take the same position for the 2015 seasons. Hernandez spent nine years as a UCI assistant from 2003-2011. During that time, Hernandez...