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January 3, 1996 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the bright side for the Cal State Northridge basketball team, at least not many people were there to see what the Matadors did on Tuesday night. "This is embarrassing," point guard Trenton Cross said after Northridge lost, 63-59, to Colorado School of Mines. "They came to our house, a Division II school, and beat us." With the Fiesta Bowl being played at the same time and with Northridge classes out of session, only 139 fans were at the game.
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January 3, 1996 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the bright side for the Cal State Northridge basketball team, at least not many people were there to see what the Matadors did on Tuesday night. "This is embarrassing," point guard Trenton Cross said after Northridge lost, 63-59, to Colorado School of Mines. "They came to our house, a Division II school, and beat us." With the Fiesta Bowl being played at the same time and with Northridge classes out of session, only 139 fans were at the game.
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April 29, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dan Lewis, who guided the Cal State Fullerton wrestling team to Division I prominence during his 10-year coaching tenure, will resign to become wrestling coach at the Colorado School of Mines, he said Tuesday. Lewis, who wrestled at Fountain Valley High School and Orange Coast College before winning two Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. championships as a Titan in 1975-76, will remain at Fullerton until his contract expires June 30.
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April 29, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dan Lewis, who guided the Cal State Fullerton wrestling team to Division I prominence during his 10-year coaching tenure, will resign to become wrestling coach at the Colorado School of Mines, he said Tuesday. Lewis, who wrestled at Fountain Valley High School and Orange Coast College before winning two Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. championships as a Titan in 1975-76, will remain at Fullerton until his contract expires June 30.
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April 10, 1986 | United Press International
An early morning fire Wednesday forced the evacuation of a Colorado School of Mines fraternity house, the seventh in a string of suspicious fraternity house fires in Colorado since last September. Fire officials said 40 people in the Sigma Phi Epsilon House were evacuated after flames engulfed two couches in the living room. One student was treated for smoke inhalation.
SPORTS
September 16, 1993
Cal State Fullerton made wrestling Coach Ardeshir Asgari's temporary assignment permanent Wednesday, removing the "interim" tag from his title. Asgari, who led Fullerton to a 6-4 dual-meet record and a 26th-place finish in the NCAA championships, has been involved with the Titan wrestling program for seven years as an athlete and coach. A two-time All-American, Asgari, 30, was named interim coach last season when Dan Lewis left for the Colorado School of Mines.
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December 31, 1987
Colorado School of the Mines defeated Southern California College, 90-76, in the consolation championship game of the Southern Utah State basketball tournament Wednesday at Cedar City, Utah. SCC (3-8) trailed, 47-28, at halftime. Guard Jim Mansfield led the Vanguards with 15 points. Center Mike Lightfoot scored 13 and guard Todd Dixon added 12 points.
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December 30, 1987
Greg Swofford made a 10-foot jump shot at the buzzer to give Adams State an 88-86 victory over Southern California College in the first round of the Southern Utah State men's basketball tournament Tuesday at Cedar City, Utah. Swofford led all scorers with 24 points. Todd Dixon scored 24 for the Vanguards (3-7). Jim Manfield added 14 for SCC, which plays Colorado School of the Mines in the consolation game today. Adams State led, 44-36, at halftime.
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October 26, 1993 | From Associated Press
Frank H. Dunkle, who headed the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service under President Ronald Reagan, is dead at age 69. Dunkle died of heart complications Saturday in Denver, the federal agency said Monday. Appointed in 1986, Dunkle was criticized by environmentalists for allegedly paying more attention to politics than to protecting natural resources.
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April 20, 1988 | From Staff, Wire Reports
Doug Maher, a former prep and college baseball star from El Toro, died Tuesday from injuries suffered in a car accident Sunday in Fort Collins, Colo. Maher, 22, a senior outfielder and designated hitter for the University of Wyoming baseball team this spring, had been in critical condition at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins since Sunday night. He suffered severe head and chest injuries and never regained consciousness, according to Kevin McKinney, Wyoming sports information director.
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January 3, 1996 | JEFF FLETCHER
On the bright side for the Cal State Northridge basketball team, at least not many people were there to see what the Matadors did Tuesday night. "This is embarrassing," point guard Trenton Cross said after Northridge lost, 63-59, before 139 in a nonconference game against the Colorado School of Mines. "They came to our house, a Division II school, and beat us."
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