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July 31, 1987 | ALAN DROOZ
Cal State Los Angeles, which was embroiled in a racial controversy last season when basketball Coach Jim Newman's contract was not renewed, has named Henry Dyer, former Ram running back, to succeed Newman. Dyer, basketball coach at Compton College the last three seasons, is black, as is Newman. When Newman, Cal State L.A.
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July 31, 1987 | ALAN DROOZ
Cal State Los Angeles, which was embroiled in a racial controversy last season when basketball Coach Jim Newman's contract was not renewed, has named Henry Dyer, former Ram running back, to succeed Newman. Dyer, basketball coach at Compton College the last three seasons, is black, as is Newman. When Newman, Cal State L.A.
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February 25, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Tony McGee, the leading scorer on the Cal State Los Angeles basketball team, was suspended for the remaining regular-season game after a locker-room argument with Coach Henry Dyer that followed the Golden Eagles' 96-88 victory over Pacific Christian on Tuesday.
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November 22, 1992 | CHARLES SMITH
For Cal State Los Angeles basketball Coach Henry Dyer, there is nothing like a little home cooking to start off a season. Cal State L.A. will play six of its first eight games at home to begin the upcoming basketball season. Dyer believes it is essential that his team take advantage of the home court from their first game, against East Texas State on Wednesday. "If we can get off to a good start, we'll be in the mix (of playoff teams) at the end of the season," Dyer said.
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February 25, 1993 | ARA NAJARIAN and LONNIE WHITE
Tony McGee, the leading scorer on the Cal State Los Angeles basketball team, was suspended Tuesday night after a locker-room argument with Coach Henry Dyer. McGee, a senior forward, will miss the final regular-season game at Cal Poly Pomona on Saturday and postseason games, if the team qualifies. Said Dyer: "I was a (little upset) at the way we played, and he didn't like that I used him as an example. He couldn't handle the criticism."
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April 18, 1991
University of San Diego's Creighton Aotani finished second to UC Irvine's William Wanagisawa Wednesday at the Point Loma Nazarene Invitational Golf Tournament. Aotani shot a one-under-par 142 at Rancho San Diego, three shots behind Wanagisawa. UC Irvine won the team title, beating Grand Canyon (Ariz.) by 21 strokes and USD by 24. UC San Diego finished fourth, PLNC ninth. BASEBALL Point Loma Nazarene lost to The Master's College, 8-4, in a nonconference game at PLNC.
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February 17, 1991 | THERESA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It seemed like old times from the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. days when Cal State Northridge and Cal State Los Angeles went down to the wire at Matador Gymnasium on Saturday night. It meant nothing to Cal State L.A. that Northridge stepped up to Division I after 28 years in the CCAA. And the Matadors certainly didn't play the part of an uppity host--they lost, 76-74.
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February 3, 1990 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three weeks ago, Cal State Los Angeles was a team that had lost 32 consecutive California Collegiate Athletic Assn. basketball games. On Friday afternoon, Cal State L.A. was a team that had lost 34 of its past 36 CCAA games. On Friday night at the Cal State Northridge gym, the Golden Eagles became a team that has won three of its past five. Led by LaVar Ball's 18-point, eight-rebound effort, Cal State L. A. snapped a six-game losing streak against CSUN, defeating the Matadors, 57-48.
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February 8, 1989 | MIKE HISERMAN, Times Staff Writer
Looking for a quiet place to study Tuesday night? The Cal State Northridge gym was the place to be. Sure, there was a basketball game going on, but that wasn't going to bother any of the 217 in attendance. Why, it was so quiet inside that Darren Matsubara, Northridge's point guard, claimed he heard echoes when he called out a play. "I didn't even have to yell," Matsubara said. "I'd just say, 'One' and everyone in the gym could hear me."
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January 14, 1989 | MIKE HISERMAN, Times Staff Writer
As if Cal State Northridge needed any help--and for a while, it appeared as if it would--Cal State Los Angeles benched its best player for disciplinary reasons Friday night. Rhodney Moore, the Golden Eagles' top scorer and rebounder, was suspended for a game by Coach Henry Dyer for missing a practice this week. What horrible timing. Cal State L. A. would normally need not one, but a couple of more Moores to be competitive in the California Collegiate Athletic Assn.
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January 7, 1993 | GARY KLEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Tony McGee is the tallest player on the Cal State Los Angeles basketball team, a distinction that means little when tracking his movement about the court. The 6-foot-8 McGee is as likely to be found playing the perimeter as the lane. The Golden Eagle offense is designed to free McGee from the confines of post play. "Tony plays on the wing," Cal State L.A. Coach Henry Dyer said. "That gives him the opportunity not to be stuck on the box." McGee is just happy that he is not stuck on the bench.
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