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August 8, 1991
The West L.A. Bruins, a Little League team primarily made up of Westside 11- and 12-year-olds, won the 80-team Stars of Tomorrow tournament at LaCrosse, Wis., last week. The Bruins won six games in three days, beating the Wauckesha Blazers, 4-0, for the championship. The team was coached by Ron Coleman. Team members were Ryan Coleman, Matthew Windisch, Danny Phillips, Brian Sterz, Royal McMakon, John Wilson, Ryan Schaffer, Peter Baldwin, Jeff Bruksch, Sean Ahkavi and Natti Heisler.
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SPORTS
February 11, 2000 | VINCE KOWALICK
Cal State Northridge is headed to the Big West Conference in 2001, a move applauded across campus. But before the Matadors depart, they'll play lame duck in the Big Sky Conference. "That's what scares me," Bobby Braswell, men's basketball coach, said with a laugh. Braswell and football Coach Jeff Kearin aren't counting on getting many breaks with the game officials. On the road in the Big Sky, the Matadors, in black uniforms, are not mistaken for the good guys.
SPORTS
March 21, 2000 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
NCAA officials will meet with Cal State Northridge administrators April 14 in Indianapolis to decide sanctions against the Northridge football program in the aftermath of an internal investigation that led to the firing last summer of Coach Ron Ponciano. The NCAA declined comment on the hearing but could impose stricter sanctions than the self-imposed penalties in the university's 130-page report released last July.
SPORTS
November 4, 2001 | ERIC STEPHENS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In what seemed like a festive going-away party for the Cal State Northridge football program, the struggling Matadors didn't spoil the occasion. In front of 5,286 at North Campus Stadium, Northridge rode five touchdown passes by Marcus Brady to a 49-36 victory over Cal State Sacramento on Saturday afternoon. It may have been the last home game for the Matadors (2-6), who await a decision later this month by university President Jolene Koester on the fate of the 40-year-old program.
SPORTS
August 12, 1999 | VINCE KOWALICK
Ron Ponciano broke a long list of NCAA rules as football coach at Cal State Northridge, including misappropriation of funds, overseeing a nonuniversity bank account and providing players with improper payments and meals, according to the findings of 2 1/2-month internal investigation, released Wednesday. The 130-page report also charged Ponciano with condoning on-campus alcohol and tobacco use by coaches and disregarding instructions from a campus compliance officer to stop team barbecues.
SPORTS
January 9, 1993 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Four more assistants have been added to the staff of USC Coach John Robinson, it was announced Friday. The latest hires: --Mike Nolan, son of former NFL coach Dick Nolan and an assistant to Dan Reeves of the Denver Broncos the last six seasons, will coach the linebackers and will be the Trojans' defensive coordinator. --Mike Barry, an assistant at Colorado the last six seasons and father of USC inside linebacker Joe Barry, will coach the offensive linemen.
SPORTS
November 1, 1998 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They worked on the play several times in practice last week and it paid off Saturday. Cal State Northridge pulled off a pooch kickoff late in the third quarter, after Marcus Brady combined with Anthony Ramos on a 23-yard pass play for the final score in the Matadors' 26-10 Big Sky Conference victory at Weber State. Manny Marquez kicked to the right sideline, where Gil Rodriguez snagged the free ball out of the air at the Weber State 37.
SPORTS
January 30, 1998 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ron Ponciano, defensive coordinator at San Jose State, is the leading candidate to become Cal State Northridge football coach, sources said Thursday. Paul Bubb, Northridge's athletic director, said he had not offered the job to any of the three finalists. He said the announcement could come this morning and the formal introduction early next week. "I'm still hopeful we can wrap up this thing [today]," Bubb said.
SPORTS
November 16, 1993 | EARL GUSTKEY
USC's Johnnie Morton, the Pacific 10 Conference's leading receiver, is still recovering from a flu-like illness that nearly kept him out of Saturday's 22-17 victory over Washington. Morton is expected to play Saturday against UCLA. "That was his best performance of the season," Coach John Robinson said Monday. "We left it up to him Saturday. I told him: 'If you feel bad, stay in bed at the hotel. It's your call.' He wanted to play. He was even worse Sunday, but he's better today (Monday)."
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