February 16, 1985
Tim Surridge and Mark Lofink each scored 18 points Friday night to lead Christ College of Irvine to a 107-77 upset win over West Coast Christian of Fresno in a Western Christian Athletic Assn. game played at Orange Lutheran High School. The loss was West Coast Christian's first in conference after 11 consecutive wins. Christ College is 7-4 in conference.
October 30, 2012
Conference call, the sequel. Or the ongoing saga of the coin toss. … On Saturday, UCLA won the toss and believed it had deferred to the second half. Referees interpreted that as UCLA choosing to kick off, and Arizona State got the ball to start the game and to start the second half. On Monday, the Pac-12 said that a conference official met with Athletic Director Dan Guerrero at halftime and explained that the referees had acted properly. The official brought the same message to Mora postgame, according to a conference official.
February 8, 1998
I read with disbelief Christopher Reynolds' article, "San Francisco Low Season Is On, but Prices Are Up" (Nov. 9). How can an average room rate of $132.70 be low season anywhere? But this should not stop people from enjoying San Francisco. Last June, I stayed for five nights at the upscale Hotel Nikko at Union Square during a conference. While the conference paid for my room, I discovered I was on my own my final night. The desk clerk informed me that I could stay at the hotel for the "special conference rate" of $150.
May 16, 2011 |
Former UCLA assistant men's basketball coach Scott Duncan may have committed a secondary NCAA violation in December by making on-the-record comments to a reporter about a player the Bruins were recruiting. According to a Sports Illustrated article published this week, Duncan discussed with reporter Bruce Schoenfeld the prospect of landing Jordan Tebbutt, a 6-foot-5 junior swingman from Tualatin, Ore. "I can't do a lot with Jordan Tebbutt at this tournament — just make sure he sees me at the game, wave to his dad and mom, and that's it," Duncan told the reporter.
June 21, 2001 |
The World Bank said it will hold a development conference over the Internet to avoid a threatened disruption of a meeting by anti-globalization protesters. The annual conference had been scheduled to take place in Barcelona, Spain, June 25-27. Protesters from Spain and France had planned a parallel meeting, including a mock trial of the World Bank.