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  • Daily Pilot Cup: Dahlke's goal propels MCS

    The game-winning goal scored by Mariners Christian School forward Rusty Dahlke also turned out to be a memorable parting shot in the boys third- and fourth-grade Gold Division soccer final against Pegasus School in the Daily Pilot Cup on Sunday at Jack...
  • Daily Pilot Cup: Mariners storms back

    Daily Pilot Cup: Mariners storms back
    Overcoming adversity is often essential for success at the Daily Pilot Cup youth soccer tournament. Just ask the kids on the Mariners Elementary boys' fifth- and sixth-grade Gold Division team. Mariners saw one of its top players, center midfielder...
  • Daily Pilot Cup: Klinsmann stars for MCS

    Daily Pilot Cup: Klinsmann stars for MCS
    With the World Cup less than two weeks away, many say that Coach Jurgan Klinsmann's United States side is in a "Group of Death" with Germany, Portugal and Ghana. Advancing past the group stage in Brazil appears to be a big challenge. What the...
  • Girls' Lacrosse: Mulvaney, CdM reach semis

    TUSTIN — Returning to the field where her last high school season ended, Corona del Mar High senior Kendall Mulvaney almost saw it happen again Thursday evening. Mulvaney was the goalie for the CdM girls' soccer team, which made a memorable run to...
  • Women's Soccer: de Seriere joins UCI staff

    Danielle de Seriere, a former standout goalkeeper for UC Irvine, has joined the Anteaters women's soccer program as an assistant coach. The Big West Conference Goalkeeper of the Year in 2010, de Seriere is UCI's career leader in with (43), shutouts (31)...
  • CdM's strong run ends

    CdM's strong run ends
    PARAMOUNT — A special guest hopped on the Corona del Mar High bus before the Sea Kings traveled to their next boys' soccer match on Tuesday. Jack McBean was a familiar face to those onboard. He used to ride with many of the same players to matches...
  • New pool almost reality

    New pool almost reality
    In 1993, "Jurassic Park" was a hit on the movie screens, President Bill Clinton was still in his first year in the White House and Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" was in heavy rotation. Justin Taylor has another memory from that time period....
  • Briefs: 'Eaters picked second

     Briefs: 'Eaters picked second
    The UC Irvine men's soccer team has been picked to finish second in the Big West Conference preseason coaches poll announced Wednesday. The Anteaters received 43 points, five behind defending regular-season conference champion UC Santa Barbara, which...
  • '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...