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SPORTS
June 30, 1990
Jason Perkins of USC, a former standout at Corona del Mar High School, has been named to Volleyball Monthly magazine's all-freshman team. Perkins, a 6-foot-4 middle blocker, started on the Trojans' NCAA championship team last season. His USC teammate, Bryan Ivie, was named player of the year.
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SPORTS
September 5, 1986
Freshman outside hitter Sue Olszewski had seven kills and five aces Thursday to lead the UC Irvine women's volleyball team to a 15-12, 15-9, 15-2 victory over Temple University in a nonconference match played at Philadelphia. Dana Parker and Teresa Mergens each added six kills for the Anteaters (2-0).
NEWS
May 9, 1991
Yvonne Ulrich has been named winner of the Harvey Mudd College Aerojet Scholarship. Ulrich, a freshman, will receive a $5,000 scholarship from Aerojet Electronics Systems Division, a subsidiary of GenCorp Inc. She plans to major in biology.
NEWS
May 1, 1986
Jacqueline Carrasco, a freshman violin student, has won the first Nora Polsky Scholarship, a $3,500 award for her studies at UCLA, announced Robert H. Gray, dean of the College of Fine Arts. The scholarship allows her the exclusive use of an 18th-Century violin.
NEWS
November 28, 1985
Santa Monica College landed four players on the 1985 All-Western State Conference football team: freshman defensive lineman David Ryan and sophomore linebacker Ron Banks and two other sophomores, offensive lineman Richard Mace and wide receiver Eddie Fletcher. Three SMC freshmen were second-team selections: running back Ken Williams, linebacker Todd Deeds and defensive back Randy Johnson.
NEWS
September 17, 1987 | Associated Press
A 17-year-old freshman cadet has died of an apparent heart attack, academy officials said Wednesday. They said that Cadet Victor Nigro of Walnut Creek, Calif., collapsed Tuesday during an intramural tennis match at the academy.
SPORTS
November 11, 1989
Tailback Ike Lewis of Oklahoma and three other players were suspended for the rest of the football season for violating team rules, Coach Gary Gibbs said Friday. Also suspended were Fred McCline, a reserve defensive back; Reggie Finch, a redshirt running back, and Corey Mayfield, an injured linebacker.
SPORTS
October 20, 1987 | Mitch Polin
Coach Mike Kildal of The Master's College in Newhall is not going out of his way to be friendly when he speaks with his men's and women's cross-country teams on a first-name basis. For Kildal, it is more a matter of necessity. The coach has 14 runners on his men's and women's teams and 7 of them are related to at least one other of the teams' runners. Five of the seven compete on the women's team.
SPORTS
November 2, 1989 | ALAN DROOZ
Loyola Marymount's basketball team will provide a preview of the season in its annual Crimson-Gray public intrasquad game at 7:30 tonight in Gersten Pavilion. The Lions, known for explosive scoring, return much of their record-setting offense led by seniors Hank Gathers, Bo Kimble and Jeff Fryer, who combined for more than 100 points in a game last season. Other returning starters and lettermen include Per Stumer, Tom Peabody and Terrell Lowery.
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