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SPORTS
May 28, 1986 | DAVE DISTEL
Long after 25,762 thumbs had been thrust jubilantly at the shaking, shivering Sports Arena rafters, Brian Quinn was still in uniform. Long after goalkeeper Jim Gorsek successfully had stalked owner Bob Bell and sprayed him with champagne, Brian Quinn was still in uniform. Long after Minnesota's Tino Lettieri had covered his head with a towel to maybe muffle the din of yet another San Diego Socker celebration, Brian Quinn was still in uniform.
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SPORTS
February 22, 1985
San Diego Sockers midfielder Branko Segota will play in the Major Indoor Soccer League All-Star game after all. Segota had been left off the original team, but was picked Thursday to replace teammate Brian Quinn. Quinn (15 goals and 15 assists) hyperextended his right knee in Wednesday night's 7-5 win over the Las Vegas Americans, and will be unable to play in Sunday's All-Star game at the Richfield Coliseum outside Cleveland.
SPORTS
February 24, 1991
I read the South Bay sports page (Friday morning) and was pleased with your continuing coverage of Loyola Marymount athletics. However, the note about Tricia Gibson and Lynn Flanagan is incorrect. I would like to set the record straight. (Women's basketball Coach) Todd Corman asked me to be present at a ceremony honoring these two fine athletes. . . . The women's fans and parents were present at the women's game. We honored Tricia and Lynn in a very nice ceremony before their game and presented them with . . . elaborate gifts.
SPORTS
October 22, 1991 | JOHN GEIS
U.S. national team midfielder Brian Quinn will practice with the Sockers today during the team's morning workout at Folsom's, according to his agent, Brian Halliday. Quinn has not signed a contract with the Sockers, though Halliday said something could be worked out in time for Quinn to play in the Sockers' home opener Saturday against the St. Louis Storm. The Sockers open the season Thursday in Dallas and Halliday said, "Brian has missed the Dallas game.
SPORTS
January 8, 1991 | BILL DWYRE
Although there remains no official word on whether Loyola Marymount's basketball program will become the object of an NCAA investigation, Brian Quinn, the Lions' athletic director, and Mike Gilleran, commissioner of the West Coast Conference, will meet informally this week with a top NCAA enforcement official. "Brian and I will sit down with David Berst and share some ideas," Gilleran said Monday. "They know what's going on. It hasn't exactly been low profile.
SPORTS
December 22, 2001
Brian Quinn, former athletic director at Loyola Marymount, on Friday was appointed athletic director at Cal State Fullerton, effective Jan. 14. Quinn replaces John Easterbrook, who announced his retirement in July. "Brian has certain aspects about him that we were seeking," Cal State Fullerton President Milton A. Gordon said in a news release.
SPORTS
October 1, 1991 | JOHN GEIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While Oscar Ancira, Sockers managing general partner, leaves for Argentina today to chase suspended star Diego Maradona, Brian Quinn will remain here wondering why Ancira isn't chasing the player who has anchored the Sockers' midfield for the past eight years. Quinn, the Sockers' fourth all-time assist leader with 187, in August accepted a contract with the U.S. national team and quickly announced an end to his indoor soccer career.
SPORTS
April 20, 1991 | JOHN GEIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Sockers suddenly have one fewer foreign player in their lineup. The team on Friday replaced their lone native of Northern Ireland, Brian Quinn, with a U.S. citizen. Premature senility on Coach Ron Newman's part? Did the coach crack under the pressure of facing the St. Louis Storm in Game 2 of the MSL Western Division finals at 7:35 tonight at the Sports Arena? Hardly. The new U.S. citizen is . . . Brian Quinn. Quinn and his wife, Sharon, were sworn in Friday as U.S.
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