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  • Desert defeats Pirates

    PALM DESERT — Orange Coast College scored first, led deep into the third quarter, and outgained host College of the Desert, 345 yards to 284. But six turnovers and 24 straight COD points proved too much to overcome in the Roadrunners' 37-21 East...
  • Briefs

    UCI's Fontein lauded UC Irvine junior goalkeeper Andrew Fontain was named Big West Conference Defensive Player of the Week in men's soccer for the third time this season on Monday. Fontein allowed one goal in 200 minutes to lead UCI to a pair of wins...
  • College Roundup

    WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Westmont def. Vanguard COSTA MESA – Jamie Heenan finished with 22 kills for the Lions, but Westmont won, 25-23, 25-22, 22-25, 20-25, 15-9, in a Golden State Athletic Conference match Tuesday. Lisa Morgan recorded 15 kills...
  • Mailbag: Soccer does some magic in the Westside

    Sometimes it only takes a soccer ball to change a self-deluded kid into a dynamic and engaging person. A soccer game brings out that little light that is deeply embedded inside his or her heart. For many years, a soccer ball has not been running freely...
  • College Roundup: Lions move into semis

    COSTA MESA — Alejandro Lopez scored in the 85th minute as the Vanguard University men's soccer team defeated Concordia, 3-2, on Wednesday in the first round of the Golden State Athletic Conference postseason tournament. Lopez's goal came on an...
  • High School Roundup: Eagles beat Mesa

    GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Estancia def. Costa Mesa COSTA MESA — Outside hitter Lily McLendon finished with 15 kills to help the Eagles clinch the Orange Coast League's No. 3 berth into the CIF Southern Section Division I-A playoffs after a 25-17, 22-25,...
  • 'Eaters aiming higher

     'Eaters aiming higher
    College coaches often look to other campuses to find inspiration and role models when it comes to fashioning success. UC Irvine women's soccer coach Scott Juniper, however, merely peeks down the hall of the school's athletic offices. Juniper, in his...
  • Peirsol misses the cut

    This time, Aaron Peirsol doesn't get a second chance at defending a backstroke gold medal at the Pan Pacific Championships. The Newport Harbor High product on Friday could not depend on a U.S. teammate to reach the finals in his second backstroke event...
  • de Seriere comes in handy

    IRVINE — In its effort to get off on the right foot Friday night, the UC Irvine women's soccer team relied heavily on the timely contributions of a fist. Senior goalkeeper Danielle de Seriere supplied the necessary punch to propel the host...
  • Mansoor clarifies child soccer fee waiver

    COSTA MESA — Mayor Allan Mansoor last week refused to participate in a vote to waive fees for a program that allows children to play soccer on the city's Westside. His abstention from voting perplexed Councilwoman Katrina Foley and led to an...
  • Boyer in charge, aims to give back

    Boyer in charge, aims to give back
    Some of the best memories of Amanda Boyer's high school days come from being part of a team affectionately known as, "Chix with Stix." Boyer, formerly Amanda Wittman, was the goalie for some of Newport Harbor High's best field hockey teams. Now she'...
  • Anteaters tie Cal

    BERKELEY, Calif. — The UC Irvine women's soccer team twice erased one-goal deficits to earn a 2-2 nonconference tie at Cal Sunday. It was the first time in nine meetings with the Golden Bears that the Anteaters did not lose. Junior Coco Goodson, a...