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February 17, 1999 | PAIGE A. LEECH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Always the optimist, Coach Janet Sherman of the Cal State Northridge softball team would find the silver lining if the sky was falling. For Sherman, optimism this season rests with the eight new playerson the team. "I have such a pleasant problem; I don't know how I'm going to get all my freshmen in," said Sherman, who is starting her fifth season. Although the Matadors have six freshmen and two junior college transfers, they are not as inexperienced as last year, when they had 10 new players.
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February 17, 1999 | PAIGE A. LEECH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Always the optimist, Coach Janet Sherman of the Cal State Northridge softball team would find the silver lining if the sky was falling. For Sherman, optimism this season rests with the eight new playerson the team. "I have such a pleasant problem; I don't know how I'm going to get all my freshmen in," said Sherman, who is starting her fifth season. Although the Matadors have six freshmen and two junior college transfers, they are not as inexperienced as last year, when they had 10 new players.
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July 20, 1997 | PAIGE A. LEECH
Jessica Creith has come home. And Cal State Northridge is pretty darn happy about it. Creith, a right-hander who went to Indiana on a softball scholarship out of Granada Hills High last year, left the Hoosiers after one season and transferred to Northridge, the school she wanted to play for from the beginning. "[Northridge] was a school that I always wanted to go to, but at the last minute I decided to go away," Creith said.
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July 20, 1997 | PAIGE A. LEECH
Jessica Creith has come home. And Cal State Northridge is pretty darn happy about it. Creith, a right-hander who went to Indiana on a softball scholarship out of Granada Hills High last year, left the Hoosiers after one season and transferred to Northridge, the school she wanted to play for from the beginning. "[Northridge] was a school that I always wanted to go to, but at the last minute I decided to go away," Creith said.
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June 5, 1996
SOFTBALL Second Team *--* Player Position School Jessica Creith P Granada Hills Kim Diener P Alemany Vicki McKay P Paraclete Kristy Rebbeck P Reseda Jill Passafiume C Saugus Karina Avendano IF Sylmar Kellie Nordhagen IF Hart Rian Standley IF Verdugo Hills Andrea Wintermute IF Highland Kara Campbell OF La Canada Kelly Labor OF Crescenta Valley Becky Witt OF Louisville Jennifer Del Real U Kennedy *--*
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May 8, 1998
Elizabeth Sanches hit a two-run home run in the seventh inning Thursday and Cal State Northridge defeated UC Santa Barbara, 4-2, to clinch the Big West Conference softball championship. The second game of the scheduled season-ending doubleheader was not played because it had no bearing on the conference standings. Second baseman Augrista Belford also homered for the Matadors (37-17, 22-9 in conference play), who earned an automatic berth into next week's NCAA regionals.
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March 20, 2001 | PAIGE A. LEECH
Peter Ackermann's job as coach at Oaks Christian started like none other. His first order of business was to fill a schedule for a team which was embarking on its inaugural season. "I looked like a telemarketer," Ackermann said. "I opened up the directory of high schools and started with A. Avalon was a nice call, but [I] get seasick so we're going to pass on that this year."
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February 18, 1999 | PAIGE A. LEECH
Well, Summer Richardson, you're not in Boron anymore. UCLA made that clear Wednesday by scoring eight earned runs in the first inning against Richardson, a right-hander making her college debut for Cal State Northridge. The Bruins' 8-0 victory--called after 4 1/2 innings because of the mercy rule--completed a nonconference doubleheader sweep in Westwood for third-ranked UCLA, which dismissed the Matadors, 6-0, in the opener.
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May 19, 1998
Dennis Shearer, assistant girls' basketball coach at Louisville High, returned home Thursday, less than a month after undergoing a bone-marrow transplant that doctors said he had only a one in three chance of surviving. Shearer, 51, was diagnosed with leukemia more than a year ago. He has made steady progress since his transplant April 21 at UCLA Medical Center. "So far, so good," said Shearer's wife, Louisville Coach Paula Getty-Shearer.
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August 27, 1992
Cal State Northridge has been picked to finish last in the Western Football Conference coaches' poll. Portland State has been tabbed to win the conference title and is the top-rated NCAA Division II team in the nation, according to several publications. Cal State Sacramento finished second in the voting, followed by Southern Utah, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and Northridge. Cal Lutheran opens football practice today with its largest group of new players in Coach Joe Harper's three seasons.
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