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June 9, 1986 | JIM McCURDIE, Times Staff Writer
One of the nice things about reaching the plateau of success is looking back at the arduous climb it took to get there. Cal State Fullerton softball Coach Judi Garman has spent the past few days reviewing the climb. The Titans finally returned from Omaha with a National Collegiate Athletic Assn. softball championship this May. Four previous trips to the College World Series had produced two second-place and two third-place finishes.
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April 20, 2000 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Christy Robitaille's freshman season as a pitcher for the Cal State Fullerton softball team fell below her expectations. "I felt like I was a different person than the one they recruited," Robitaille said. "I didn't show what I was capable of." Robitaille went 86-16 in four seasons at Woodbridge High, but she finished 10-10 with a 2.99 earned-run average in her first season with the Titans. This season, Robitaille is 10-5 with a 1.92 ERA in a team-high 27 appearances.
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June 10, 1999 | LON EUBANKS
Cal State Fullerton softball Coach Judi Garman said Wednesday she is planning to turn over her on-field coaching duties to assistant Michelle Gromacki next season and focus on the administration of the program. "I'm looking to retire sometime next year, and this will move us more in that direction," Garman said. Garman said she plans to retain her title as head coach until she retires. "I probably won't decide when that will be until sometime this fall," Garman said.
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June 10, 1999 | LON EUBANKS
Cal State Fullerton softball Coach Judi Garman said Wednesday she is planning to turn over her on-field coaching duties to assistant Michelle Gromacki next season and focus on the administration of the program. "I'm looking to retire sometime next year, and this will move us more in that direction," Garman said. Garman said she plans to retain her title as head coach until she retires. "I probably won't decide when that will be until sometime this fall," Garman said.
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June 10, 1995
It was a joy to read the article about Cal State Fullerton's baseball coach, Augie Garrido. Augie is one of the outstanding collegiate baseball coaches in the country, and we are proud he is a Titan. However, I believe it was quite unfair to say that he brings "honors to a college unused to athletic excellence." The athletic department has an outstanding national record. We have had six national NCAA championships, six NCAA runners-up, three NCAA third-place teams and four NCAA semifinalists.
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May 23, 1987 | ROBYN NORWOOD, Times Staff Writer
It was a few games early, but Cal State Fullerton and Texas A&M, the teams that played in last year's softball College World Series final, met in a second-round game of the College World Series Friday night. Fullerton won the last College World Series meeting--and the national championship on a one-hitter by Connie Clark. This one was not so easily decided. Top-ranked Fullerton and No.
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March 8, 1996 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cal State Fullerton softball Coach Judi Garman has her milestone 1,000th victory, and she's eager to keep adding to the total. "I still love softball," she said. "It wears you down a little doing it 24 hours a day, the way I do sometimes, but the older you get the more you like to win." The Titans gave Garman her 789th Division I victory at Fullerton Thursday night to go with 211 she won in eight seasons as a community college coach at Golden West. That total ranks No.
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May 16, 1985 | GUY GRUPPIE, Times Staff Writer
Softball pitcher Debbie Mygind of Cal State Fullerton won 21 games last year, but the satisfaction you would expect to accompany such success was strangely lacking. Was the right-handed pitcher from Auckland, New Zealand, homesick? A little. Was the smog of Southern California hard to get used to? Definitely. But what really bothered Mygind were some of her teammates. Last season, the Titans were a contentious team that always seemed to be fighting among themselves.
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April 20, 2000 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Christy Robitaille's freshman season as a pitcher for the Cal State Fullerton softball team fell below her expectations. "I felt like I was a different person than the one they recruited," Robitaille said. "I didn't show what I was capable of." Robitaille went 86-16 in four seasons at Woodbridge High, but she finished 10-10 with a 2.99 earned-run average in her first season with the Titans. This season, Robitaille is 10-5 with a 1.92 ERA in a team-high 27 appearances.
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April 19, 1989 | Robyn Norwood
Judi Garman stands on the field and surveys her fourth-ranked Cal State Fullerton softball team, which is 37-9 and in first place in the Big West Conference with a 21-5 record. Darned if she can figure out why. The team's earned-run average is 0.82, which sounds all right. "For softball," Garman says, "that's a bit high." The team's batting average is .275--nothing amazing. And when a friend stopped by to watch practice and asked how many of the players in the infield were back from last year, Garman took a look and answered, "Two"--first baseman Missy Coombes and shortstop Jill Matyuch.
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March 8, 1996 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cal State Fullerton softball Coach Judi Garman has her milestone 1,000th victory, and she's eager to keep adding to the total. "I still love softball," she said. "It wears you down a little doing it 24 hours a day, the way I do sometimes, but the older you get the more you like to win." The Titans gave Garman her 789th Division I victory at Fullerton Thursday night to go with 211 she won in eight seasons as a community college coach at Golden West. That total ranks No.
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June 10, 1995
It was a joy to read the article about Cal State Fullerton's baseball coach, Augie Garrido. Augie is one of the outstanding collegiate baseball coaches in the country, and we are proud he is a Titan. However, I believe it was quite unfair to say that he brings "honors to a college unused to athletic excellence." The athletic department has an outstanding national record. We have had six national NCAA championships, six NCAA runners-up, three NCAA third-place teams and four NCAA semifinalists.
SPORTS
April 19, 1989 | Robyn Norwood
Judi Garman stands on the field and surveys her fourth-ranked Cal State Fullerton softball team, which is 37-9 and in first place in the Big West Conference with a 21-5 record. Darned if she can figure out why. The team's earned-run average is 0.82, which sounds all right. "For softball," Garman says, "that's a bit high." The team's batting average is .275--nothing amazing. And when a friend stopped by to watch practice and asked how many of the players in the infield were back from last year, Garman took a look and answered, "Two"--first baseman Missy Coombes and shortstop Jill Matyuch.
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May 23, 1987 | ROBYN NORWOOD, Times Staff Writer
It was a few games early, but Cal State Fullerton and Texas A&M, the teams that played in last year's softball College World Series final, met in a second-round game of the College World Series Friday night. Fullerton won the last College World Series meeting--and the national championship on a one-hitter by Connie Clark. This one was not so easily decided. Top-ranked Fullerton and No.
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June 9, 1986 | JIM McCURDIE, Times Staff Writer
One of the nice things about reaching the plateau of success is looking back at the arduous climb it took to get there. Cal State Fullerton softball Coach Judi Garman has spent the past few days reviewing the climb. The Titans finally returned from Omaha with a National Collegiate Athletic Assn. softball championship this May. Four previous trips to the College World Series had produced two second-place and two third-place finishes.
SPORTS
May 16, 1985 | GUY GRUPPIE, Times Staff Writer
Softball pitcher Debbie Mygind of Cal State Fullerton won 21 games last year, but the satisfaction you would expect to accompany such success was strangely lacking. Was the right-handed pitcher from Auckland, New Zealand, homesick? A little. Was the smog of Southern California hard to get used to? Definitely. But what really bothered Mygind were some of her teammates. Last season, the Titans were a contentious team that always seemed to be fighting among themselves.
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May 22, 1992
Tami Fa'Agata, an outfielder from Palomar College, and Michele Shanks, a pitcher from Long Beach City College, have signed with Cal State Fullerton's softball team, Coach Judi Garman announced Thursday. Both players will be juniors. Fa'Agata was the Southern California junior college player of the year in 1991, hitting .394. Shanks was 7-3 this season, and was a first-team All-South Coast Conference selection.
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