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  • College Roundup: UCI men's basketball controls Washington

    SEATTLE — Junior forward Will Davis scored 22 points and 7-foot-6 freshman center Mamadou Ndiaye set a UC Irvine single-game record with nine blocked shots as the Anteaters defeated Washington, 86-72, in a men's basketball nonconference game Seattle...
  • College Roundup: Anteaters advance to Big West title game

    MEN'S SOCCER UC Irvine 2, UC Davis 0 Seniors Enrique Cardenas and Christopher Santana scored goals for the host Anteaters in the semifinals of the Big West Conference Tournament. The Anteaters (13-4-2), champions of the Big West South Division, will...
  • Briefs: UCI 8th nationally

    UC Irvine finished eighth in the 2012-13 Division I-AAA Athletic Directors Assn. All-Sports rankings of the 95 Division I schools that do not sponsor football. UCI was once again the top Big West Conference school in the DI-AAA ADA standings. The...
  • Orloff hiring official

    UC Irvine baseball coach Mike Gillespie confirmed in a statement Thursday, more than a month after it was originally reported, that former star shortstop Ben Orloff had been added to the coaching staff. The statement did not address what role Orloff...
  • Orloff's return lauded

    Orloff's return lauded
    Former UC Irvine baseball coach Dave Serrano said the one move that proved most catalytic in the Anteaters' evolution as a national power occurred when then-freshman walk-on Ben Orloff was inserted into the lineup as the everyday shortstop in 2006....
  • Zakarian named UCI men's volleyball assistant coach

    Armen Zakarian has joined the UC Irvine men's volleyball staff as an assistant coach. "In Armen's words, he 'is coming to UC Irvine to build something.' That is a bold statement considering the recent competitive successes of the program," UCI head...
  • Locals turn in solid seasons on baseball diamond

    Locals turn in solid seasons on baseball diamond
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. John Salas (Crescenta Valley High, 2009) Cal State Northridge baseball junior: Salas enjoyed a breakout season for the Matadors, emerging from the bullpen to become a formidable...
  • Brooks helping alma mater

    Brooks helping alma mater
    NEWPORT COAST — Scott Brooks said he is hardly overwhelmed by fame. The former UC Irvine basketball star who earned more television air time than Arsenio Hall last summer by coaching the Oklahoma City Thunder to the NBA Finals, said he is recognized...
  • Briefs: Lemmerman, Israel win

    Corona del Mar High product Jake Lemmerman went hitless in four at-bats as the starting shortstop for Israel, which defeated South Africa, 7-3, in the opening game of a four-team World Baseball Classic qualifying tournament in Jupiter, Fla. on Wednesday....
  • Anteaters knock off UCSB

    IRVINE — Beating UC Santa Barbara for the first time in Coach Paula Weishoff's four-year tenure was no small feat for the UC Irvine women's volleyball team. The Anteaters shrugged off their propensity to shrink in the Big West Conference caldron...
  • Briefs: Pirates on rise

    The Orange Coast College football team (3-1), off to its best start since 2009, has jumped to the No. 8 ranking in Southern California, No. 17 in the state and No. 30 in one national poll. Coach Mike Taylor's Pirates upset Palomar, then ranked No. 5 in...
  • Olympics: Anae claims gold medal

    Olympics: Anae claims gold medal
    Tumua Anae had already achieved her dream. But Thursday, the Corona del Mar High product helped make history, as she and the U.S. women's water polo team defeated Spain, 8-5, at the London Olympic Games to claim the Americans' first Olympic gold medal...