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May 29, 1994 | GREG SANDOVAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Basketball player Felice Logan, expected to be the subject of an NCAA investigation at Cal State San Bernardino, said that school athletic officials knew of her possible ineligibility before the first of the year and still allowed her to play. Logan, a sophomore, averaged 10 points a game for the San Bernardino women's basketball team that lost to North Dakota State in the NCAA Division II championship game last March.
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November 13, 2007 | Diane Pucin
Acting as if they belonged, the Coyotes of NCAA Division II Cal State San Bernardino won their first game at Pauley Pavilion, upsetting 2007 NCAA tournament team Weber State, 71-59, Monday night in the first round of the O'Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic. The victory earned the Coyotes a date on national television tonight against No. 2-ranked UCLA, which defeated Youngstown State, 83-52. Six Coyotes are from the Inland Empire.
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June 18, 2005 | Stephanie Ramos, Times Staff Writer
Joriz de Guzman has sat behind the wheel of a car only a few times. He is, after all, 15 years old. He'll wait until November for a learner's permit and even longer for his driver's license. This Sunday, he'll reach a different milestone: a diploma from Cal State San Bernardino. Understandably, the Grand Terrace resident is psyched: "It's pretty big.... The last time I was in a graduation was in kindergarten."
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May 30, 1989 | Mitch Polin
It has not taken Cal State San Bernardino long to emerge as one of the Southland's best National Collegiate Athletic Assn. Division III athletic programs. After only their fifth year of competing in intercollegiate sports, the Coyotes already have an impressive record. The school's 15 men's and women's athletic teams combined for a winning percentage of 55% this year and 74% last year. Among the best programs this year were the men's basketball and golf teams, both which advanced to the Division III playoffs.
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June 7, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A mature mountain lion has been spotted roaming the grounds of Cal State San Bernardino, and authorities are urging students and others to be cautious. There are two weeks left in the university's spring quarter. The cougar was seen on West Northpark Boulevard, and authorities found tracks near a deer carcass they left in nearby Devil's Canyon in an attempt to verify the sightings. "The word needs to be out there," said Lt. Brian Bodily of the campus police department.
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September 19, 1989 | Mitch Polin
Ralph Perez is the first to admit that he may be a little over-qualified to coach the women's soccer team at Cal State San Bernardino. After all, there are not many National Collegiate Athletic Assn. Division III coaches whose credentials include head coaching stints with Division I men's teams at Cal State Fullerton, Santa Clara and Nevada Las Vegas. For that matter, Perez is the only Division III coach who is also an assistant national coach for the U.S. World Cup team.
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November 29, 1990 | MARTIN BECK
After Friday's game with Cal State San Bernardino, the Chapman College women's basketball team will have played half of its six games against the Coyotes. The Panthers (4-1) will face San Bernardino for the third time in seven days in the first round of the Cal State Hayward tournament. Chapman won the first meeting last Friday at the Hutton Center, 81-62, but lost, 80-68, the next day. "Not a good scheduling move on my part, but I'm learning," Chapman Coach Lindsay Strothers said.
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February 17, 1990 | MITCH POLIN
Compared to the rest of the teams in the California Collegiate Athletic Assn., the record of the Cal State Los Angeles men's basketball team this season may not seem impressive. With three games remaining in the conference season, the Golden Eagles are in a three-way tie for third place at 6-5 in the eight-team conference and are barely above the .500 mark overall at 13-11.
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April 23, 2004 | Sandra Murillo, Times Staff Writer
From Ernest Hemingway to Sylvia Plath and Virginia Wolff, the literary world has long had its share of tortured, depressed souls. But poets, says one San Bernardino psychology professor, die younger than playwrights and nonfiction writers. The study, conducted by James Kaufman of the Learning Institute at Cal State San Bernardino, looked at 1,987 dead writers from the U.S., China, Eastern Europe and Turkey from the 4th century to the present day.
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June 7, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A mature mountain lion has been spotted roaming the grounds of Cal State San Bernardino, and authorities are urging students and others to be cautious. There are two weeks left in the university's spring quarter. The cougar was seen on West Northpark Boulevard, and authorities found tracks near a deer carcass they left in nearby Devil's Canyon in an attempt to verify the sightings. "The word needs to be out there," said Lt. Brian Bodily of the campus police department.
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April 23, 2004 | Sandra Murillo, Times Staff Writer
From Ernest Hemingway to Sylvia Plath and Virginia Wolff, the literary world has long had its share of tortured, depressed souls. But poets, says one San Bernardino psychology professor, die younger than playwrights and nonfiction writers. The study, conducted by James Kaufman of the Learning Institute at Cal State San Bernardino, looked at 1,987 dead writers from the U.S., China, Eastern Europe and Turkey from the 4th century to the present day.
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May 10, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
Cal State San Bernardino officials said Wednesday they will receive $1 million for a second building at a satellite campus in Palm Desert. The gift, from the H.N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation, was announced at a ceremony marking construction of the campus' first building, also paid for by the foundation. Students will begin attending class in the first building in January, said spokesman Joe Gutierrez.
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September 18, 1996 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Anthony Evans, who during his 14 years as president of Cal State San Bernardino oversaw rapid expansion of the campus while deflecting criticism that he was insensitive to the faculty, announced his retirement Tuesday, effective next summer. Evans, who turns 60 next week, told a faculty meeting that he wanted to move to northern San Diego County so his wife, who suffers from poor health, would benefit from cleaner air.
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September 4, 1996 | ARA NAJARIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cal State San Bernardino's women's basketball team must forfeit 29 victories from the 1993-94 season because it played an ineligible player. San Bernardino was using the ineligible player when it reached the NCAA Division II final. A story in The Times prompted an NCAA investigation. Since the infraction was nearly two years ago, the penalty has virtually no effect on the school. The ineligible player, coach and athletic director at the time have left the school.
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May 29, 1994 | GREG SANDOVAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Basketball player Felice Logan, expected to be the subject of an NCAA investigation at Cal State San Bernardino, said that school athletic officials knew of her possible ineligibility before the first of the year and still allowed her to play. Logan, a sophomore, averaged 10 points a game for the San Bernardino women's basketball team that lost to North Dakota State in the NCAA Division II championship game last March.
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September 4, 1996 | ARA NAJARIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cal State San Bernardino's women's basketball team must forfeit 29 victories from the 1993-94 season because it played an ineligible player. San Bernardino was using the ineligible player when it reached the NCAA Division II final. A story in The Times prompted an NCAA investigation. Since the infraction was nearly two years ago, the penalty has virtually no effect on the school. The ineligible player, coach and athletic director at the time have left the school.
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April 12, 1991 | MITCH POLIN
In his ninth season as an NCAA Division III baseball coach, Chuck Deagle of Cal State San Bernardino is rapidly approaching an important milestone. Deagle, 48, needs three wins to reach 200. He entered the week with a 197-98-2 record and could attain that goal when the Coyotes visit Southern Utah State for a three-game series today and Saturday at Cedar City, Utah. Deagle entered the season 15th among active Division III coaches with a .
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May 18, 1994 | GREG SANDOVAL and ARA NAJARIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The Cal State San Bernardino women's basketball team, which finished second in the nation, might have used an ineligible player during the season, a Times investigation has shown. The use of an ineligible player could cause the school to be penalized by the NCAA. Felice Logan, 26, a sophomore center, played professionally in Spain in 1991, which would make her ineligible to compete in any NCAA sport.
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September 11, 1991 | MITCH POLIN
It is a year of transition for Cal State San Bernardino's athletic programs. After competing as an NCAA Division III independent, the Coyotes have stepped up to Division II and the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. and are expected to face difficulties in most sports. But an exception is men's soccer, where the Coyotes are making the transition at an opportune time.
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