Cal State Dominguez Hills will unveil its men's basketball team tonight in a 7:30 exhibition game against a touring Australian team. Coach Dave Yanai, coming off a California Collegiate Athletic Assn. championship and NCAA playoff appearance, will have four new starters to go with returning center Anthony Blackmon. The young team has only two seniors and one, Roger Coleman, didn't play last season. Among the lettermen who will see considerable action are senior guard Barry Johnson, juni1869750375forward Mike Rudberg.
The Loyola Marymount University men's and women's basketball teams will preview their seasons with their annual Crimson-Gray intra-squad games today in Gersten Pavilion. The women's team will scrimmage at 5 p.m., followed by the men at 7:30. The Loyola men are led by West Coast Athletic Conference scoring champion Mike Yoest and leading rebounder Mark Armstrong, plus transfers Hank Gathers at forward and Corey Gaines at guard. Another noted transfer, guard Bo Kimble, is recovering from a knee injury. The Loyola women return five players including senior Amy Atkinson, the leading rebounder, and Michelle Bettencourt, the leading scorer.
At least one South Bay high school is assured of playing for the CIF 4-A girls tennis championship, since Rolling Hills plays top-seed Miraleste at 2 p.m. today in a semifinal at Miraleste. In another girls playoff semifinal tonight, Mira Costa will play host to Corona del Mar in a 5-A volleyball match at Redondo High at 7:30. Mira Costa, seeded third, is two-time defending CIF champion and has won four of the last five titles.