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November 08, 2000

* Pitcher Melissa Coogan of El Camino Real has made a commitment to play at Hawaii.

Coogan, who was 20-4 with a 0.37 earned run average and batted .424 with 35 runs batted in, also considered San Luis Obispo and Long Island.

* First baseman Jennifer Dilley of Newbury Park has committed to play at Western Michigan.


* Frank Robinson, a transfer from Littlerock, lost his appeal to gain varsity eligibility at Chatsworth. He can play only on junior varsity this season.

* Crespi will open its basketball practice Friday with midnight madness festivities that include the Laker Girls and a $100 half-court shot competition.

Activities begin at 10 p.m.


* The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Pacific Bell and UCLA are sponsoring a kick, pass and punt competition for boys and girls 7-15 on Saturday from 10 a.m.-noon at Northridge Park.

Finalists will compete before the USC-UCLA game Nov. 18 at the Rose Bowl. Former UCLA players will provide skills training and tips. The event is free.


* Susie Maxwell Berning, three-time U.S. Women's Open champion, will teach at a two-day school for women on Saturday and Sunday at Moorpark College.

Cost is $250 per player. Information: (805) 577-9043 or (805) 378-1574.


* Rob Bernardi, a 1977 graduate of Monroe High, has been named athletic director at Nicholls State in Thibodeaux, La.

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