April 18, 1996 |
San Marino's Andrew Park is a favorite to win the Southern Section singles tennis title next month. The sophomore, ranked No. 2 in the nation in the 16-and-under age group, is undefeated this season despite playing on a tender ankle. With a course load full of honors classes, Park maintains a busy tournament schedule.
October 24, 2001 |
Pepperdine senior Al Garland, ranked fourth in Intercollegiate Tennis Assn. preseason rankings after a semifinal showing at last season's NCAA championships, is the top-seeded player in the Omni Hotels ITA Southern California Men's Tennis Championships today through Sunday at Pepperdine. UCLA's Jean-Julien Rojer is seeded second in a 64-player singles draw, with defending tournament champion Andrew Park of USC seeded third.
May 23, 1996 |
Three former finalists have made it to the City Section quarterfinals. As expected, Robert Williams, the 1994 champion and one of two Dorsey players to make the quarterfinals, defeated Sergei Kordonsky of Palisades in straight sets. The other Dorsey player to advance was freshman LaGeorge Mauldin, the only unseeded player to reach the quarterfinals. He defeated Golan Sassoon of Woodland Hills Taft. Top-seeded Noah Newman from Marshall defeated Venice's Arman Dayutyan to advance. . . .
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July 15, 1999 |
Andrew Park, a member of the Garden Grove Community Foundation board of directors, has submitted his letter of resignation. Park said he has to leave the board for personal reasons. The Community Foundation raises money for the Renaissance Garden Grove festival. Park was the owner of Garden Grove-based Techmedia Computer Systems, which, in the wake of a court order to pay nearly $100 million to creditors, closed its doors last week.
February 23, 1999
Taylor Dent of Newport Beach and USC's Andrew Park lost their first-round tennis matches Monday at the ATP Tour Challenger event at Nellie Gail Ranch in Laguna Hills. Dinu Pescariu of Romania defeated Dent, 6-4, 7-6. Alex Clatrava of Spain defeated Park, 2-6, 6-3, 6-3. Fourth-seeded Fernando Meligeni of Brazil, the only seeded player in action Monday, beat Heman Gumy of Argentina, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4. Today's singles matches begin at 10 a.m.
September 16, 1997 |
Servite's Ryan Moore, the 1997 Times Orange County boys' tennis player of the year, has given an oral commitment to attend USC next fall. Moore, who won the Southern Section boys' individual singles tournament this year, also considered UCLA, California, Washington and UC Irvine. "I didn't even take any trips," Moore said Monday. "I knew what I wanted. I liked the outlook of the team and the coach [Laguna Beach resident Dick Leach]. I spent some time with Coach Leach over the summer.