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  • Men's Soccer: OCC's Brown, Mooney repeat honors in conference

    Orange Coast College sophomores Nathan Brown and Blake Mooney are repeat first-team honorees to highlight four Pirates named All-Orange Empire Conference in men's soccer. Brown, the Orange Empire Co-MVP as a freshman goalkeeper in 2013, had five shutouts...
  • College Roundup: OCC women's volleyball edges Santa Barbara

    WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Orange Coast def. Santa Barbara The Pirates scored a 17-25, 17-25, 25-23, 25-19, 15-12 win in the first round of the SoCal Regional Playoffs Tuesday. No statistics were provided. OCC advances to Saturday's second round. —...
  • Girls' Soccer: CdM, Estancia impress in scrimmage

    A soccer team is only as good as its defense, and the defense of the Corona del Mar High girls' soccer team might appear to be in flux as the season begins. But sophomore goalkeeper Ally Lozano did a lot to quiet those concerns Tuesday night, as the Sea...
  • Men's Soccer: Sperber stirs it up for UCI

    Men's Soccer: Sperber stirs it up for UCI
    Michael Sperber assures you that his heart is in the right place. It's just that opponents, spectators and teammates alike most often see that heart manifested in a bone-crunching, cleat-first tackle, a not-so-subtle forearm, or a well-placed, ill-meaning...
  • College Roundup: Vanguard falls to Westmont

    WOMEN'S SOCCER Westmont 2, Vanguard 1 SANTA BARBARA — The No. 10-ranked Lions were denied in the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament title game on Friday. Liliana Ruiz scored in the 76th minute for the Lions (16-3-1), who were outshot,...
  • Men's Soccer: Three 'Eaters lauded

    Junior midfielder Lalo Calzada and sophomore defender Michael Sperber have been named first-team All-Big West Conference in men's soccer to highlight three Anteaters recognized by coaches. Calzada, a transfer from Cal State Bakersfield, has seven...
  • Women's Soccer: UCI's McGrail, Privett stand out

    UC Irvine senior forward Laura McGrail, a repeat honoree, leads five Anteaters named All-Big West Conference in women's soccer. McGrail, who led the Anteaters (7-9-3. 3-4-1 in conference) with 10 goals and added three assists, was joined on the first...
  • Men's Soccer: Iwasa, UCI seek breakthrough

    Men's Soccer: Iwasa, UCI seek breakthrough
    With a rare combination of speed and power, Cameron Iwasa is the kind of soccer forward whom teammates play into space — lead him with passes so he can run onto the ball. In many ways, the UC Irvine senior co-captain's blend of talent and...
  • Men's Soccer: Iwasa produces for UCI

    No UC Irvine men's soccer player has seen more postseason action than Cameron Iwasa. And only once before had an Anteater produced a more glorious opening half of a postseason appearance than the senior forward executed Thursday night. Iwasa, a co-...
  • Faulkner: UCI men's basketball team embraces defense

    In his fifth season, UC Irvine men's basketball coach Russell Turner is as loud and animated as ever on the sideline. Competitive to his core, Turner imposes his will on a game as few can. In the first four years of his tenure, Turner worked to impose...
  • Men's Soccer: Vanguard captures GSAC title; advances to NAIA tourney

    For only the second time in Vanguard men's soccer history, the Lions are headed to the NAIA Tournament. But Coach Randy Dodge said this is the first time his players are worthy of the championship label that comes with winning the Golden State Athletic...
  • Boys' Water Polo: Corona del Mar edges Long Beach Wilson to reach CIF semifinals

    Boys' Water Polo: Corona del Mar edges Long Beach Wilson to reach CIF semifinals
    LONG BEACH — They say that duct tape can fix just about anything, but whoever came up with that saying probably didn't have the right ankle of Corona del Mar High senior Jack Trush in mind. Trush broke it four weeks ago while skateboarding. He has...