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November 13, 1992
Ivy Calvin and Shelly Swalec have been named Cal State Northridge's male and female athletes of the month for October. Calvin, a 6-foot-2, 220-pound junior outside linebacker, is the Matadors' leader on defense. He was named the Western Football Conference defensive player of the week after registering 11 tackles and blocking an extra-point attempt in CSUN's 42-18 win over Santa Clara on Oct. 17.
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August 2, 1995 | ETHAN SKOLNICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Not yet a month after thousands of football fans sprayed unbridled affection on Ivy Calvin, two mechanical fans blows hot air throughout his apartment. The warm air brushes against a Northridge helmet, a signed football and a hat on his head that bears his identity: "IVY." Calvin, 23, slides his fingers over the cap's bill: "I wear it so no one forgets who I am." Until July 4, anonymity was hardly a concern of the self-assured former Cal State Northridge linebacker.
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SPORTS
August 2, 1995 | ETHAN SKOLNICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Not yet a month after thousands of football fans sprayed unbridled affection on Ivy Calvin, two mechanical fans blows hot air throughout his apartment. The warm air brushes against a Northridge helmet, a signed football and a hat on his head that bears his identity: "IVY." Calvin, 23, slides his fingers over the cap's bill: "I wear it so no one forgets who I am." Until July 4, anonymity was hardly a concern of the self-assured former Cal State Northridge linebacker.
SPORTS
November 13, 1992
Ivy Calvin and Shelly Swalec have been named Cal State Northridge's male and female athletes of the month for October. Calvin, a 6-foot-2, 220-pound junior outside linebacker, is the Matadors' leader on defense. He was named the Western Football Conference defensive player of the week after registering 11 tackles and blocking an extra-point attempt in CSUN's 42-18 win over Santa Clara on Oct. 17.
SPORTS
October 21, 1989
Burroughs (Ridgecrest) 26, Saugus 14--Burroughs intercepted two of junior Jeff Hickman's passes and outgained the Centurions, 277 yards to 200, to post its first win of the season. Saugus (4-3, 1-1) trailed, 14-0, at halftime but pulled to within 14-8 on a nine-yard pass from Hickman to John Lopata late in the third quarter. A four-yard touchdown run by Ivy Calvin and a 40-yard pass from Pat Gilbreath to Joe Pepper iced the game for Burroughs (1-7, 1-1).
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October 17, 1993 | MIKE HISERMAN
Aaron Garcia, Cal State Sacramento's senior quarterback, completed 27 of 49 passes for 344 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Hornets over Cal State Northridge, 31-30, before a crowd of 3,512 Saturday night at Northridge's North Campus Stadium. Trailing most the game, Garcia rallied Sacramento late in the fourth quarter, just as he did last season. Only this time the Hornets made it all the way back.
SPORTS
January 24, 1992
Cree Morris, the 6-foot-7 San Diego State quarterback who had been considering a transfer to Cal State Northridge, announced that he has chosen to enroll at St. Mary's. While the Matadors lost on one front Wednesday, they gained on another Thursday, signing Ivy Calvin, an inside linebacker from Bakersfield College. Morris, who started the first four games last season for the Aztecs, had narrowed his choices to Northridge, St. Mary's and UC Davis.
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August 21, 1993 | THERESA SMITH MUNOZ
Bob Burt wore the smile of the Cheshire cat on Friday afternoon. Not only is Robert Trice, his top returning offensive player, expected in camp today, three of his best defensive players are academically eligible. Burt, the Cal State Northridge football coach, spoke with Trice Friday morning and was assured that Trice's transportation problems have been resolved. The senior tailback, who gained 478 yards in 106 carries last season, is traveling from North Carolina.
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April 23, 1996
Cal State Fullerton remained No. 1 in Baseball America's poll, but fell to second in Collegiate Baseball's rankings after losing two of three games to San Jose State last weekend. The losses dropped the Titans (38-6) into a tie for first place in the Big West Conference race with Long Beach State, each with 11-4 records. The teams open a three-game series Friday at Blair Field. Wichita State (32-6) was ranked No. 1 by Collegiate Baseball and sixth by Baseball America.
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