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  • Pac-12 Conference Decides Not To Expand

    Pac-12 Conference Decides Not To Expand
    The Pac-12 Conference decided late Tuesday not to expand, ending weeks of intense speculation about whether it would invite as many as four high-profile members of the Big 12 Conference and dramatically alter the landscape in college sports. The...
  • Dr. Phillips LB Phillip Amone commits during BYU trip

    Dr. Phillips LB Phillip Amone commits during BYU trip
    Phillip Amone was so excited about his trip this week toBrigham Young University that he almost sounded as if he could have committed before even stepping foot in Provo, Utah. But he waited. He even waited a day-and-a-half after arriving in Provo on...
  • Kauppila, Cardinal can't complete big comeback at Chapel Hill

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Lonnie Kauppila (Crescenta Valley High, 2008) Stanford baseball, freshman: After having their rally extinguished by the rain on Saturday, Kauppila and the Cardinal...
  • College Roundup: OCC overpowers Santa Ana

    WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Orange Coast 86, Santa Ana 47 COSTA MESA — Sami Little came off the bench for game-highs of 16 points and seven assists in the Orange Empire Conference romp Friday at OCC. Tessie Pikula scored 14 for OCC (19-6, 6-1 in...
  • College Roundup: UCI edged in double OT

    MEN'S BASKETBALL UC Davis 108, UC Irvine 107 (2OT) DAVIS — Junior Eric Wise scored a career-high 34 points and added 12 rebounds for the visiting Anteaters in the dramatic Big West Conference game Saturday. Wise left the game early in the...
  • Students camp out for tickets to SDSU-BYU rematch

    Students camp out for tickets to  SDSU-BYU rematch
    SAN DIEGO -- San Diego State University students began lining up Wednesday to get their hands on the 2,500 general admission student tickets available for Saturday's men's basketball showdown with Brigham Young University. The tickets won't be handed out...
  • SDSU releases BYU tickets earlier than expected

    SDSU releases BYU tickets earlier than expected
    SAN DIEGO -- San Diego State University students camping out for their chance to get tickets to the highly anticipated men's basketball rematch against BYU did not have to wait as long as originally planned Friday. Due to the expected cold rainstorm in...
  • BYU beats San Diego State again

    BYU beats San Diego State again
    San Diego State University's men's basketball team lost Saturday's showdown with Brigham Young University, 80-67. The team's only other loss this season was Jan. 26 to the seventh-ranked Cougars, 71-58, in Provo, Utah. Despite the loss, fans of the...
  • Nelson wins 3,000-meter race

    Keeping up with area athletes competing in college: Western Nelson (Burroughs High) freshman, Cal State San Marcos men's cross-country: The former Leader Male Athlete of the Year had a fine performance last weekend in the San Diego Collegiate Challenge,...
  • Gay's game-winner earns Aztecs a re-match with BYU

    Gay's game-winner earns Aztecs a re-match with BYU
    San Diego State gets another crack at BYU. The 7th-ranked Aztecs (31-2) earned a re-match with the only team to beat them in the regular season by defeating UNLV 74-72 in the Mountain West Conference Tournament semifinal at the Thomas and Mack Center....
  • Stanford upends 'Eaters

    IRVINE — Stanford University is known for its unofficial tree mascot. But it was host UC Irvine that went "tim-ber," after an opening-set collapse in a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation men's volleyball match Friday at Bren Events Center. The No....
  • UCI tops No. 1 USC in semis

    LOS ANGELES — UC Irvine men's volleyball coach John Speraw said USC had managed to win the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation regular-season title and the top national ranking without facing a most formidable opponent: pressure. But by rallying...