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April 30, 1988 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, Times Staff Writer
Ashley Selman, a senior at Foothill High School, is not the best-known track and field athlete in Orange County. Her top marks in the shotput, long jump and hurdles, though well above average, do not threaten county records. So why, then, has USC offered her a full scholarship? And how has her name come to be a common one in Track & Field News? The answer is simple if you understand that Selman's best event, the one that ranks her No.
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June 19, 1992 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Like most college students, Oregon javelin thrower Ashley Selman has divided the rent with a variety of roommates: high jumpers and heptathletes, golf team members and football players . . . but few who fully understood her event. Now, Selman has found somebody who gets the point--javelin thrower Paula Berry. When Selman, who transferred to Oregon after three years at USC, won the NCAA javelin title in 1990, it was Oregon's Berry who finished second.
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May 12, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ever since she found a javelin under the Christmas tree six years ago, Ashley Selman has been working toward throwing the spear farther than anyone else. But though she dreamed of being among the best female javelin throwers in the nation, Selman never thought her dream would come true. It has. The USC sophomore currently ranks third in the event among Americans--second among collegians--with her throw of 184 feet 10 inches.
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May 14, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ever since she found a javelin under the Christmas tree six years ago, Ashley Selman has been working toward throwing the spear farther than anyone else. But though she dreamed of being among the best female javelin throwers in the nation, Selman never thought her dream would come true. It has. The USC sophomore currently ranks third in the event among Americans--second among collegians--with her throw of 184 feet 10 inches.
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June 19, 1992 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Like most college students, Oregon javelin thrower Ashley Selman has divided the rent with a variety of roommates: high jumpers and heptathletes, golf team members and football players . . . but few who fully understood her event. Now, Selman has found somebody who gets the point--javelin thrower Paula Berry. When Selman, who transferred to Oregon after three years at USC, won the NCAA javelin title in 1990, it was Oregon's Berry who finished second.
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May 14, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ever since she found a javelin under the Christmas tree six years ago, Ashley Selman has been working toward throwing the spear farther than anyone else. But though she dreamed of being among the best female javelin throwers in the nation, Selman never thought her dream would come true. It has. The USC sophomore currently ranks third in the event among Americans--second among collegians--with her throw of 184 feet 10 inches.
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March 18, 1987
Sue Davis, who averaged 15 points and 8 rebounds a game, was voted the most valuable player in the Century League by the league's girls' basketball coaches. Foothill's Sheila Adams was voted coach of the year.
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March 2, 1991
Cal State Northridge will have a full complement on hand for the first time this season when the Matadors play host to USC, Stanford and UC Irvine in a quadrangular track and field meet today. The meet will start at noon with the hammer throw, pole vault and women's long jump.. The USC women, led by defending NCAA javelin champion Ashley Selman, are a heavy favorite, but the men's meet is expected to be closer.
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February 21, 1988 | AL PRESTON
Stefanie Pemper scored 6 of her 12 points in the fourth quarter to lead Huntington Beach High School to a 44-34 victory over Foothill in a Southern Section 4-A girls' first-round basketball game Saturday night at Foothill. Pemper's efforts helped Huntington Beach (16-8) outscore the Knights, 17-7, in the fourth quarter to break a 27-27 tie after three quarters. Huntington Beach will play Morningside in a second-round game Wednesday night.
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April 19, 1988
Robin Seabrook of La Habra High School and Tricia Stringam of Mission Viejo head the selections for the Orange County All-Star girls' basketball game June 25 at UC Irvine's Bren Center. Seabrook, a 5-foot 11-inch forward who averaged 21.9 points a game and was named the Freeway League's most valuable player, leads the North team. Stringam, a 5-10 guard-forward who averaged 17.9 points a game, leads the South. Vernie Ford of Fullerton will coach the North. Greg Yeck of El Toro is the South coach.
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May 12, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ever since she found a javelin under the Christmas tree six years ago, Ashley Selman has been working toward throwing the spear farther than anyone else. But though she dreamed of being among the best female javelin throwers in the nation, Selman never thought her dream would come true. It has. The USC sophomore currently ranks third in the event among Americans--second among collegians--with her throw of 184 feet 10 inches.
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April 30, 1988 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, Times Staff Writer
Ashley Selman, a senior at Foothill High School, is not the best-known track and field athlete in Orange County. Her top marks in the shotput, long jump and hurdles, though well above average, do not threaten county records. So why, then, has USC offered her a full scholarship? And how has her name come to be a common one in Track & Field News? The answer is simple if you understand that Selman's best event, the one that ranks her No.
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December 10, 1987
Karin Davidson scored a game-winning layup with 20 seconds remaining to boost Esperanza High School over Foothill, 43-42, in a second-round game of the Brea-Olinda girls' basketball tournament at Brea-Olinda High School Wednesday. Davidson also led the Aztecs (3-1) in points (19) and rebounds (12). The Knights (2-2) were led by Tanya Foxe (14 points) and Ashley Selman (11 points, 6 steals, 6 assists). Esperanza will play Brea-Olinda in a semifinal game Friday at 6 p.m.
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June 9, 1990 | MAL FLORENCE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ernie Bullard has been removed as the USC men's track coach, and the men's and women's programs will be reorganized under a single coaching staff, it was announced Friday by Athletic Director Mike McGee. The consolidated coaching staff will consist of a head coach, two full-time assistants, a part-time assistant and a volunteer assistant. McGee said that the operating budget and number of scholarships will not be affected.
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