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  • 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...
  • 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--...
  • UCI's Sicard advances to NCAA Championships

    UCI's Sicard advances to NCAA Championships
    MEN'S TRACK & FIELD NCAA West Region preliminaries AUSTIN, Texas — UC Irvine sophomore Lloyd Sicard earned a berth in the NCAA Championships by winning his heat and posted the second-best time among 12 qualifiers in the 110-meter high hurdles on...
  • College Roundup: UCI baseball claims third in Big West

    BASEBALL UC Irvine 5, Cal State Northridge 1 NORTHRIDGE — Senior Evan Manarino posted his second career complete game and junior first baseman Mitchell Holland capped a sparkling Big West Conference series by going four for five with two runs...
  • College Baseball: Vanguard wins World Series opener

    LEWISTON, Idaho — Senior pitcher Sean Isaac threw a complete-game four-hitter to lead Vanguard University to a 3-1 baseball win over Lindsey Wilson of Kentucky in the opener of the NAIA World Series at Lewis-Clark State College on Friday. Junior...
  • Briefs: UCI quartet adds All-American honors

    UC Irvine seniors Michael Brinkley and Zack La Cavera were named first-team All-American by Volleyball magazine, which made Anteaters Tamir Hershko and Jason Agopian second-team honorees. Brinkley, unanimously named the top libero in the nation this year...
  • College Baseball: UCI takes first game at CSUN

    BASEBALL UC Irvine 7, Cal State Northridge 3 NORTHRIDGE — Mitchell Holland hit two home runs and drove in three runs for the Anteaters in the Big West Conference game Thursday at Matador Field. The win snapped a five-game losing streak for UCI...
  • Women's Volleyball: UCI hires Hain to lead program

    Ashlie Hain, starting setter on UC Irvine's 2003 and 2004 NCAA Tournament teams, has been named the women's volleyball program's head coach, Athletic Director Mike Izzi announced. "We are excited to have Ashlie return to her alma mater," Izzi said in a...
  • College Baseball: Bruins handle 'Eaters

    The discouraging trends continue for the UC Irvine baseball team, which will enter its final Big West Conference series on Thursday looking for a foothold. After a 13-3 nonconference drubbing by No. 2-ranked UCLA in their final home game of the season...
  • College Roundup: UCI baseball edged by UCSB

    BASEBALL UC Santa Barbara 3, UC Irvine 2 (11 innings) SANTA BARBARA — The visiting Anteaters, who fell out of a first-place tie on Friday, dropped to third in the Big West Conference on Saturday, despite posting a 15-8 advantage in hits. UCI (31-...
  • College Baseball: 'Eaters, Surrey falter

    SANTA BARBARA — While one Anteater came away from Friday's 10-5 loss at UC Santa Barbara with a storybook tale for frequent retelling, a series of misfortune and opportunistic hitting by the Gauchos combined to all but expunge what might have fueled...