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May 6, 1993 | GARY KLEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jesse Ibarra helped his baseball team win a game last summer with what might turn out to be the three most profitable swings of his career. Ibarra, who grew up in El Monte, homered three times for the Santa Maria Indians during their first game of the National Baseball Congress World Series at Wichita, Kan., an annual national amateur tournament that draws throngs of professional scouts.
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SPORTS
July 29, 1996
Jesse Ibarra is fast becoming the JetHawks' nemesis. He drove in the winning run Sunday night, following similar heroics the evening before, as the San Jose Giants defeated the JetHawks, 1-0, before 1,507 at Municipal Stadium. The JetHawks (17-21), in last place in the California League's Southern Division, have lost four in a row and 14 of their past 18.
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SPORTS
July 29, 1996
Jesse Ibarra is fast becoming the JetHawks' nemesis. He drove in the winning run Sunday night, following similar heroics the evening before, as the San Jose Giants defeated the JetHawks, 1-0, before 1,507 at Municipal Stadium. The JetHawks (17-21), in last place in the California League's Southern Division, have lost four in a row and 14 of their past 18.
SPORTS
June 4, 1993 | CAP CAREY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Loyola Marymount sophomore Jesse Ibarra was selected by the Minnesota Twins in the fifth round of Thursday's major league baseball draft. Although he was a pitcher, designated hitter, third baseman and outfielder for Loyola, Ibarra was drafted as a right fielder. He was eligible to be drafted as a sophomore because he will turn 21 on July 12. The 6-foot-3, 185-pound Ibarra batted .299 with 17 home runs and 52 runs batted in last season and was 2-1 with four saves and a 3.
SPORTS
June 4, 1993 | CAP CAREY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Loyola Marymount sophomore Jesse Ibarra was selected by the Minnesota Twins in the fifth round of Thursday's major league baseball draft. Although he was a pitcher, designated hitter, third baseman and outfielder for Loyola, Ibarra was drafted as a right fielder. He was eligible to be drafted as a sophomore because he will turn 21 on July 12. The 6-foot-3, 185-pound Ibarra batted .299 with 17 home runs and 52 runs batted in last season and was 2-1 with four saves and a 3.
SPORTS
April 22, 1993
Jesse Ibarra and Collin Heinds hit home runs to lead the Loyola Marymount baseball team to a 7-4 victory over Christ College Irvine on Wednesday at Loyola. Ibarra's two-run homer was his 12th of the season. Heinds' solo homer was his second. John Straits (1-2) earned the victory and Gary Sussman (1-6) was the loser. The Lions (18-24) begin a three-game West Coast Conference series at Santa Clara on Friday.
SPORTS
January 31, 1993
The Loyola Marymount women's basketball team moved into first place in the West Coast Conference with a 72-61 victory over St. Mary's on Saturday night at Gersten Pavilion. Sheri Brown had a game-high 21 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Lions (13-5, 4-2 in WCC play). Loyola has won 11 of its past 14 games and is 10-0 at home. St. Mary's (9-9, 3-3) was led by Christina Marshall, who had 16 points. Loyola plays at San Diego on Thursday.
SPORTS
May 16, 1993
The Loyola Marymount baseball team split a doubleheader with West Coast Conference rival Pepperdine on Saturday, losing the first game, 14-3, but winning the nightcap, 9-6, at Westchester. The Lions' Mike Peters went five for nine, scored three runs and drove in two in the doubleheader. Jesse Ibarra hit his 17th homer. The Lions finished 23-33 and 14-16 in the WCC. Pepperdine, which has earned a berth to the NCAA playoffs, is 40-14 and 24-6. * The Southern California Tennis Assn.
SPORTS
April 27, 1989 | TIM DERMODY
With one eye on its closest competitor and the other on Bosco Tech, the El Segundo baseball team set about keeping pace in Camino Real League play Wednesday night at El Segundo. Before the game, the Eagles learned St. Bernard had won, meaning El Segundo must beat Bosco Tech to stay in a first-place tie with the Vikings. But they'd have to beat the team that had handed them their only league loss. Apparently that was all the impetus El Segundo (16-4 overall, 8-1 in league) needed as it posted a 13-2 victory over the Tigers, who fell to 10-7 and 6-3. The Eagles broke open a tie game in the third by sending 11 men to the plate, scoring seven runs on seven hits and giving Rick Clark (7-0)
SPORTS
March 30, 1994 | STEVE ELLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's been three years since Jody Robinson hung his shingle in the Cal State Northridge dugout and hung out signs in the third-base coaching box. Now the head coach at Loyola Marymount, it didn't take long for Robinson to realize that not much has changed in his old haunts. "The ball does carry well here," Robinson said with a grin. "It's a good offensive park."
SPORTS
May 6, 1993 | GARY KLEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jesse Ibarra helped his baseball team win a game last summer with what might turn out to be the three most profitable swings of his career. Ibarra homered three times for the Santa Maria Indians during their first game of the National Baseball Congress World Series at Wichita, Kan., an annual national amateur tournament that draws throngs of professional scouts. After the game, a scout from the Angels approached Ibarra, who had recently completed his freshman season at Loyola Marymount.
SPORTS
May 21, 1993
Ocean League champion Mira Costa High and Pioneer League champion North Torrance will play quarterfinal-round matches at 7:30 tonight in the Southern Section boys' volleyball playoffs. Second-seeded Mira Costa (20-0) travels to North Hollywood to play Harvard-Westlake in a Division I match. Outside hitter Matt Walker had 15 kills Tuesday to lead Mira Costa past Alemany, 15-8, 15-13, 15-8, in a second-round match in Mission Hills. The Mustangs have not lost a game in the playoffs.
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