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Northridge Assistant Ahrens Is Dismissed

July 09, 1998|From Staff Reports

Daryl Ahrens of Cal State Northridge, who was selected women's assistant tennis coach of the year in the NCAA Division I West Region, has been released by the school, Athletic Director Paul Bubb said Wednesday.

Bubb said Ahrens' contract was not renewed because Ahrens was not making satisfactory progress toward a bachelor's degree.

Kelly Edwards, captain of the Northridge women's team and a former Grant High player, will not have her scholarship renewed.

Bubb said Coach Gary Victor felt she did not meet "the expectations of other team members."


J.T. Kohut of Simi Valley shot 77-78--155 and missed the cut in the Tournament of Champions at Coto de Caza Country Club.

Anne Lee of Northridge made the cut in the girls' division after shooting 78-77--155.

Kevin Coghlan of Notre Dame High signed with University of San Francisco.


Linebacker Marcel Desir of Valley College signed with Eastern Kentucky.


Jared Snyder, an assistant at Hart, was selected coach at Valencia.


Jeff Conwell of Granada Hills has been hired as coach at Crespi.


Regina Jacobs, a 1981 graduate of what is now Campbell Hall High, set a U.S. record of 14:52.48 in the women's 5,000 meters in the Maine Distance Festival at Bowdoin College on Saturday.

Junior Will Svitek of Newbury Park High won the intermediate boys' decathlon last week at the USA Track and Field Youth Championships in Spokane, Wash.

Steve Moss, 14, of Sherman Oaks won the 100-meter hurdles and was second in the high jump and pentathlon in the youth boys' division.

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