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March 27, 1998 | MIKE BRESNAHAN and ERIC SONDHEIMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Cal State Northridge has completed an investigation into allegations that women's volleyball star Nancy Ma committed academic fraud by having schoolwork completed for her, a school spokesman said Thursday. Assistant athletic director Ryan Finney said that Judy Brame, associate athletic director, has submitted her findings to Athletic Director Paul Bubb. Finney said the report will be forwarded this morning to Ronald Kopita, vice president of student affairs.
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November 3, 1998 | STEVE HENSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cal State Northridge's internal investigation into the arrest of women's basketball coach Michael Abraham should conclude today and decisions on the fate of athletic department officials will soon follow, President Blenda J. Wilson said Monday. "This is not a long-term inquiry," Wilson said. "Under the circumstances, the way the university has been negatively portrayed by this makes it incumbent upon me to act decisively and quickly."
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November 3, 1998 | STEVE HENSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cal State Northridge's internal investigation into the arrest of women's basketball coach Michael Abraham should conclude today and decisions on the fate of athletic department officials will soon follow, President Blenda J. Wilson said Monday. "This is not a long-term inquiry," Wilson said. "Under the circumstances, the way the university has been negatively portrayed by this makes it incumbent upon me to act decisively and quickly."
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March 27, 1998 | MIKE BRESNAHAN and ERIC SONDHEIMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Cal State Northridge has completed an investigation into allegations that women's volleyball star Nancy Ma committed academic fraud by having schoolwork completed for her, a school spokesman said Thursday. Assistant athletic director Ryan Finney said that Judy Brame, associate athletic director, has submitted her findings to Athletic Director Paul Bubb. Finney said the report will be forwarded this morning to Ronald Kopita, vice president of student affairs.
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February 8, 1985 | DAVE CATER
For the Cal State Northridge women's basketball team, the season has come down to a battle of perseverance. Already eliminated from the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. playoffs with less than half of the schedule yet to be played, the Lady Matadors are clinging to pride as their common motivator. "I really don't know why they don't give up, but they don't," second-year Coach Leslie Milke said of her team after a practice earlier this week. "What keeps me going is them, the players.
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December 11, 1996 | MIKE BRESNAHAN
Cal State Northridge won its first Big Sky Conference women's volleyball title and the Matadors reached the NCAA tournament. Now they wait to see if the season will hold up. Associate athletic director Judy Brame said self-reporting paperwork will be submitted to the NCAA and the Big Sky Conference by the end of the week because of the team's connection with former assistant coach Tuong Nguyen.
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October 30, 1998 | STEVE HENSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Somber and subdued members of the Cal State Northridge women's basketball team did not practice Thursday, choosing instead to meet and further discuss the arrest of their coach. Michael Abraham, set to begin his fourth season at Northridge, was taken into custody by federal authorities Tuesday night and charged with conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine. He faces 10 years to life in prison if convicted.
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October 22, 1994 | STEVE ELLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A foursome of senior administrators at Cal State Northridge met informally Friday and agreed to immediately begin assembling a series of athletic funding scenarios to present to President Blenda J. Wilson sometime over the next few weeks. Ron Kopita, Northridge dean of students, said athletic department officials will spend the next few days poring over possible revenue sources after a key athletics fee referendum was narrowly defeated by student vote this week.
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May 6, 1992 | RON TWERSKY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Cal State Northridge refuses to pay former Matador women's basketball Coach Janet Martin four months' salary she claims is owed her by the university, Martin's representative from the California Faculty Assn. said Tuesday. In a written response to a contract grievance filed by Martin, Northridge on Monday declined to pay its former coach the disputed money because the school says there is no basis for the grievance, said Rick Nadeau, Martin's representative from the CFA.
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December 7, 1996
Cal State Northridge has not completed an internal investigation and therefore has not decided whether it will inform the NCAA and Big Sky Conference of possible rules infractions by the women's volleyball team. Northridge may have committed a violation because assistant coach Tuong Nguyen was also coaching at Van Nuys High. The NCAA does not allow coaches to work in the same sport at collegiate and high school levels.
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February 8, 1985 | DAVE CATER
For the Cal State Northridge women's basketball team, the season has come down to a battle of perseverance. Already eliminated from the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. playoffs with less than half of the schedule yet to be played, the Lady Matadors are clinging to pride as their common motivator. "I really don't know why they don't give up, but they don't," second-year Coach Leslie Milke said of her team after a practice earlier this week. "What keeps me going is them, the players.
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September 11, 1996 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Athletes at Cal State Northridge will no longer have to meet higher academic standards than the general student body to retain their eligibility. The athletic department's across-the-board 2.0 grade-point average requirement has been abolished by Ron Kopita, the vice president in charge of student affairs. Instead, eligibility will be determined on a sliding scale that combines university-wide minimum GPAs and those of the Big Sky Conference. The new minimum required GPA is 1.
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December 13, 1985 | JERRY CROWE, Times Staff Writer
Cal State Northridge is ranked No. 1, but second-ranked Portland State is favored to win the NCAA Division II women's volleyball championship this weekend at Portland State. The Vikings have not lost at home in more than two years, a streak of 30 victories that includes a 15-7, 15-8, 15-11 rout of Northridge in last year's NCAA final. So why is the Final Four being played at Portland State for the second straight year? M-o-n-e-y. Last year's final drew a sellout crowd of more than 2,400.
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