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April 27, 1993 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You know you have attended one too many colleges when your softball glove starts to earn frequent-flier miles. Pitcher Jackie Volkert has switched schools so often she sometimes mistakes her passport for her transcripts. The 1989 Dana Hills graduate, who has attended four colleges in as many years, could chart her own educational road map. What began at Cal State Hayward stopped briefly at U.S.
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April 27, 1993 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You know you have attended one too many colleges when your softball glove starts to earn frequent-flier miles. Pitcher Jackie Volkert has switched schools so often she sometimes mistakes her passport for her transcripts. The 1989 Dana Hills graduate, who has attended four colleges in as many years, could chart her own educational road map. What began at Cal State Hayward stopped briefly at U.S.
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SPORTS
June 22, 1989
All-South Coast League First team: Maria Rodriguez and Jennifer Smith, Capistrano Valley; Jackie Volkert, Dana Hills; Paige Lauby and Karie Yoshioka, El Toro; Jennifer Brundage and Erica Koch, Irvine; Erin Fitzgerald and Renee Pina, Mission Viejo; Tara Roush and Wendy Stewart, San Clemente. Second team: Teresa Doesburg and Tobi Roquemore, Capistrano Valley; Lange Deffenbaugh and Jennifer Koenig, Dana Hills; Carie Yauney, El Toro; Carrie Caudill and Sam Lutsch, Irvine; Amy Bond, Tamar deFries and Debbie Lobato, Mission Viejo; Wendy Moon, San Clemente.
SPORTS
April 4, 1992
Cal Lutheran's offensive assault on the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference continued Friday with a barrage that included 13 extra-base hits. The Kingsmen launched five home runs--including Darrell McMillin's 15th--in a 16-4 SCIAC victory over host Pomona-Pitzer. Joe Cascione was three for four and hit his first homer for the Kingsmen (24-1, 10-0 in conference play). Eric Johnson, Jay Lucas and Jim Fifer (grand slam) also homered.
SPORTS
April 23, 1992
One day after the Cal State Northridge softball team dropped from ninth to 10th in the rankings, the Matadors racked up 29 hits and scored 27 runs in only eight innings to sweep visiting Santa Clara, 10-0 and 17-0, Wednesday in a nonconference doubleheader. Each game was called in the fifth inning because of the 10-run rule. Cami Allen (8-7), a senior right-hander, was perfect in the second game, retiring all 15 batters she faced.
SPORTS
April 9, 1992 | THERESA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A few weeks ago, Cal State Northridge had one of the deepest pitching staffs in Division I softball. Even without Heather Lindstrom, who quit the team about a week ago, the Matadors appeared to have enough pitching to make a run at an NCAA tournament berth. Certainly, ninth-ranked CSUN is still in the hunt, despite being swept Wednesday by No. 2 Arizona, the defending NCAA champion. But in losing, 6-1 and 2-1 (eight innings), at home, the Matadors appeared thin in the pitching department.
SPORTS
April 9, 1988
Tiffany Boyd had 27 strikeouts as Woodbridge High School swept a doubleheader, 3-2 and 1-0, from San Clemente in nonleague softball Friday at San Clemente. Boyd had 15 strikeouts in the first game as Woodbridge scored two runs in the second inning and one in the sixth to win. Boyd had 12 strikeouts in the second game. Michelle Shean had a pair of doubles, an RBI and scored a run for San Clemente (10-5) in the first game.
SPORTS
February 15, 1992
Junior left-hander Pat Norville pitched 6 2/3 innings of three-hit relief and Cal Lutheran scored five times in the sixth inning to defeat The Master's, 8-5, in a nonconference college baseball game at Cal Lutheran on Friday. Norville (1-0) relieved starter Steve Dempsey in the third inning and allowed just one run, on a solo homer by Joe Pence in the seventh. Norville struck out three and walked none.
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April 26, 1992 | PAIGE A. LEECH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In two weeks, Cal State Northridge softball Coach Gary Torgeson will learn whether the Matadors have earned their first berth in the NCAA Division I regional playoffs. But while Torgeson waits, wonders and theorizes about his team's chances, the Matadors are taking matters into their own hands in an attempt to convince the NCAA selection committee they belong.
SPORTS
March 27, 1992
Cal State Northridge took advantage of errors and timely hitting Thursday to win two games in its six-team, round-robin softball tournament. The Matadors (25-17-1) parlayed five hits, including a three-run double by left fielder Kim Oakes, and two errors into six runs in the third inning of a 7-0 win over Oregon State. The game was stopped after 4 1/2 innings because of a seven-run rule.
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