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  • Gillespie to remain at UCI helm

    UC Irvine Athletic Director Mike Izzi said Thursday that he had reached an agreement that would bring Anteaters baseball coach Mike Gillespie back for multiple seasons. Gillespie, 74, guided UCI to a fifth-place finish at the College World Series after a...
  • Former USC star Matt Leinart lists Manhattan Beach house for sale

    Former USC star Matt Leinart lists Manhattan Beach house for sale
    Matt Leinart, the former Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback and Southern California football star, has called an audible on his Manhattan Beach home, listing the three-story residence for sale at $2.059 million. Nestled among a crowd of beach dwellings,...
  • Ten new coaches to watch this college football season

    Ten new coaches to watch this college football season
      While not one of the busiest offseason when it comes to the coaching carousel, there were a lot of interesting hires at high-profile jobs. Here are ten new coaches to keep an eye on this season: Dino Babers, Bowling Green The Buzz: Babers comes to...
  • Virgen: Keys remains positive

    Virgen: Keys remains positive
    So, what is your best day? With my daughter standing beside me at South Coast Plaza, I asked the man who has asked that question to many people, celebrities included. Mark Keys didn't hesitate to answer while he sat at a table just outside the USC...
  • 'Small ball' has big payoff for UC Irvine baseball and Mike Gillespie

    'Small ball' has big payoff for UC Irvine baseball and Mike Gillespie
    Arms folded, Mike Gillespie slowly circles the dirt-meets-grass perimeter of the infield at UC Irvine's baseball stadium, pausing every few feet to monitor an intrasquad scrimmage from a different angle, with a different gaze, in a different glint of...
  • Faulkner: Gillespie calling the shots

    The second leg of a thoroughly surprising three-pronged postseason run, left UC Irvine baseball coach Mike Gillespie with only a shallow whisper of a voice on Tuesday. But the American Baseball Coaches Assn. Hall of Famer, who earned his 1,000th career...
  • College Baseball: Former stars Bibona, Orloff aid UCI resurgence

    College Baseball: Former stars Bibona, Orloff aid UCI resurgence
    Those who can't do, teach. Whoever originated that axiom certainly did not account for UC Irvine baseball coaching staff, which is stacked with former All-Americans and led by a man whose highlights include winning an NCAA championship as a player...
  • Sideline chatter: These Sox have streaks

    The bipolar Boston Red Sox, in a single 22-game run, lost 10 straight, won seven straight and lost five straight. So when is Sybil Dorsett Bobblehead Night at Fenway again? HEADLINE At Fark.com: "N.Y. Knicks decide that Derek Fisher will be their...
  • Boys' Tennis: Newport Harbor's Stalder advances

    Reese Stalder waited, waited and then waited some more Thursday morning at Corona del Mar High. Stalder, who had a first-round bye, checked in at the CIF Southern Section Individuals boys' tennis regional at 10 a.m. The Newport Harbor High junior did...
  • Pete Carroll continues to defend USC as sanctions come to end

     Pete Carroll continues to defend USC as sanctions come to end
    Four months after winning the Super Bowl, Pete Carroll is already back in high-gear, post-NFL-draft mode, chasing another title. But he always makes time to defend USC. The Seattle Seahawks' rout of the Denver Broncos in February made Carroll only the...
  • For USC athletics, NCAA sanctions are ending, but effects remain

    For USC athletics, NCAA sanctions are ending, but effects remain
    USC, as of Tuesday, is officially free. Its NCAA probation period, the final vestige of penalties that were among the most severe in college sports history, will be complete. “It's been a long four years,” Athletic Director Pat Haden said....
  • Lawsuit could give college athletes cut of NCAA deals

    The NCAA and its member schools have preached a vision of amateurism whereby young men and women play for the love of the game, not money. That concept will be put on trial in an Oakland courtroom this week. A class-action antitrust suit led by former...